Tip of the Day
Though this is not a topic that any of us wants to think about, we're here to give a simple and short tip on pet burial. When a beloved cat, dog, or other companion animal passes away, we have to decide on what to do with their body. Some of us want our furry family member cremated, for example, while others want them buried. That said, if you wish to bury your cat, dog, or other pet after they pass, be sure you know your local area's laws on this practice. Some regions do indeed allow you to bury deceased pets in your yard, though with some stipulations, such as how deep in the ground they must be buried. Other areas don't legally allow for pet burial, or at least not anywhere except for dedicated pet cemeteries. This could all depend on what country you live in, specifically what state or other region you live in, or could even be dependent on your living community, such as if you live within a Homeowners Association (HOA). So, as much as we don't want to think about this topic, do have some idea as to how you will want your beloved furry family member taken care of after their passing, and be aware of any rules and regulations should you wish to bury them.