:angryfire I know this isn't related to human nursing. But I had to share this and see if we can get some action.
Our local news in Naples, Florida ran an investigative report into Pet Cemetaries. What they found was horrid.
Jancy's Pet Cemetary is all over the country. They claim to treat animals with dignity and integrity. What our local news found was different. They found animals that were never even put under the ground at all. They had video clips of animals just scattered all over the dirt.
My dog Haus, a corgie, died one month ago due to pneumonia. My vet sent him to Jancy's to be burried. My vet told me this was a great place for him to be burried with other dogs. I called my vet this morning, and he has pulled his contract with Jancys. He had no clue what was going on.
So please, go to www.nbc-2.com
(my local news website) read the article and interview....and email them!! Let them know what you think!! Call your vets, let them see the site. We need to give our pets the burials they deserve!!
May 7, '04
My sister ran into the same problem on Long Island about 12 years agowith her dog. She had him cremated and his container of ashes must weigh over a pound. Her dog maybe weighed about 10 pounds when he was alive. Soemthing quite strange already. A huge scandal erupted about six months later when a woman wanted to have her dog's remains to take with her to California. She had a very large dog, and when they dug up the casket, their was a casket there a very small dog. A full examination was done of the facility by the state and the owners were placed in jail. Not sure if they are still in now................ :angryfire
Last edit by suzanne4 on May 7, '04