I have a 13 year old Shih-Tzu, i have had him before i even got married and had kids. I know he is getting up there in age, and soon his time will come. As hard as it is to think about it, and i know it will be so hard on my kids, i know we have to deal with it. I know we can't afford a cemetary. We don't own a house, to be able to bury him in our back yard. So, when the time comes, what will i do? Do i call / take him to a vet? Or an animal control center? Please help. I have never been through the loss of a pet before.
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I know how you feel I had a cat for 171/2 years and I lost her in 2002 I miss her so badly but I had to move on I then had two kids so I had to.
But as far as burying your pet it was hard for me to because the house we lived in then we were renting and had no choice but to bury her there. Now we live in a new location I tell my self when we die it is the spirit that counts not the flesh it will soon turn into the ground or ash if we decide to do that in the future so just make the best memories and go with it. Make your pet as happy as can be. Just take it day by day.
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