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    Default Re: Daily poll: Taxidermy for your bulldog? Do you think it is appropriate to stuff your beloved bulldog after he/she goes to

    I couldn't do it. When baileys passed it broke my heart, I v never cried so much in my life. I have her ashes in a lovely box near where I sleep.
    For me it's a defo NO but I can see why folk would do it.


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    Default Re: Daily poll: Taxidermy for your bulldog? Do you think it is appropriate to stuff your beloved bulldog after he/she goes to

    I have issues with people doing things to dead bodies. Really. I don't even like funerals and the idea of preparing dead bodies (removing organs, filling the corpse with fluid, styling hair, dressing in clothing, etc) for viewings. Just....no. I don't want anyone messing with my body once I'm dead. It's morbid! I am certainly not going to be responsible for doing that to someone else's body.
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    I couldn't do it - it just wouldn't feel right seeing her without life in her eyes I would also like to think she was at rest,, if she was stuffed in my house I wouldn't be able to seek comfort in the fact she was at rest & then I'd feel guilty.
    but each to their own I can understand why people would do it tho..


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    Default Re: Daily poll: Taxidermy for your bulldog? Do you think it is appropriate to stuff your beloved bulldog after he/she goes to

    Bertha Bacon would just puke up the stuffing like everything else from eating/drinking too fast. Seriously, I think my fur kids should find peace when they pass.


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    Default Re: Daily poll: Taxidermy for your bulldog? Do you think it is appropriate to stuff your beloved bulldog after he/she goes to

    As much as I love my stinkers I couldn't bring myself to do that. When they are gone, I will have pictures and memories. I don't think I could stand a stuffed version of my fur babies. Feels a bit creepy.
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    Default Re: Daily poll: Taxidermy for your bulldog? Do you think it is appropriate to stuff your beloved bulldog after he/she goes to

    Quote Originally Posted by Petra View Post
    No, it would make me sad to see them without life in their eyes. I want to cremate them but my husband wants to bury them in our garden. I'm not feeling ok with that... what if we move? I want to be able to keep their remains close.
    Petra, I have the ashes of 3 dogs in my living room. I thought I would keep them forever, but I think we're going to bury them in the garden this summer, since they all loved being outside. Norton used to "help" in the yard by digging holes for me to plant things. It's taken me a long time to part with them, but I am OK with it now. I always buy an engraved river rock for the garden when one of them dies. I'd rather take those with me than the ashes. Besides, if I stuffed Mabel, I'd always think a wrinkle needed cleaning or her butt needed wiping. Old habits are hard to break.




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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisRN View Post
    Petra, I have the ashes of 3 dogs in my living room. I thought I would keep them forever, but I think we're going to bury them in the garden this summer, since they all loved being outside. Norton used to "help" in the yard by digging holes for me to plant things. It's taken me a long time to part with them, but I am OK with it now. I always buy an engraved river rock for the garden when one of them dies. I'd rather take those with me than the ashes. Besides, if I stuffed Mabel, I'd always think a wrinkle needed cleaning or her butt needed wiping. Old habits are hard to break.
    I wouldn't have a problem burying them if we lived in a place we wanted to stay at... I know I couldn't move knowing they are left behind and I know we will leave this place. I don't feel I need to keep the ashes forever... I would eventually want to scatter the ashes somewhere really nice and precious to me, somewhere I know I can visit if I want to. It's more for me than for them, I know they are not kept in a spot after they die but it's important to me to have a spot I can visit.
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