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Q. She has a tumor, shes ok now but if it comes time what would it cost for euthanization and cremation 86 lb shepard, and where located

A. Costs for each will vary among different service providers depending on area of the country, specific location, and the particular way you decide to proceed. Many crematoria offer a private cremation, in which your dog is individually cared for and its ashes returned to you, as well as a group or communal cremation where dogs are done together and buried at a designated location. You do not get any ashes back with this type of cremation. It is best to call vets near you and inquire directly about their charges and associated crematorium costs.

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BETTE ISACOFF

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