Animal cemetery: private or public?
In addition to the pain of losing your long-term companion, there is usually another important problem: the search for the final resting place. Proper burial is a worthy option here. However, burying your deceased four-legged friend in the forest or in a public place is punishable by law. Nothing speaks against a funeral in your own garden, as long as your property does not violate the nature conservation law. There are no restrictions on urn burials. However, if you do not have a garden, you can visit a public animal cemetery in many cities.
A resting place for the dog: dignified memories
There you look for a place for your loyal soul, which you can use as a contact point for future visits. Your best friend will find the last rest with a dignified burial. It is up to you how the ceremony will be held and how your dog will be buried. For a urn production, contact a special animal burial company. You can also get special coffins there. "But many also just wrap the animal in a linen cloth," reports Angelika Hoppmann, head of the animal cemetery in Dortmund. The burial then amounts to a normal burial. For both the coffin and the urn, a pit will be dug into which your pet will be placed. Everyone involved can finally say goodbye and let your partner rest on four paws in the dog heaven.0 comments Login to comment