Having lost your beloved little Frenchie is more difficult than most expected to be. Your French Bulldog was also a faithful friend, and you have shared many precious memories over the years. They will always be a special part of your family.
Many dog owners in the past have preferred to bury their dogs in the yard or pet cemetery. That being said, because of our mobile lifestyle, dog cremation is commonplace.
On average, Americans move house about 11 times throughout the years. If you bury your beloved Frenchie in your garden, you’re going to be leaving them behind if you move to the next home. If you live in city areas, cremation is also a better choice.
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