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You could be fined £5,000 for burying a pet in the garden if you don't follow rules

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the Mirror.You probably weren't aware, but the burying of animals is covered under The Animal By-Products Regulations and must meet the criteria covered in this legislation, otherwise owners could face a fine or even imprisonment.Here's what you need to know...Your pet must not be buried near a water sourceIt must be beneath 2ft of soil in heavier soils, and 3ft in lighter soilsYou must own, not rent, the land where it's buriedThe animal must not be hazardous to bury - this can be from treatment previous to their death, such as chemotherapyShould you bury your pet without following these rules, you can face a maximum fine of £5,000 (the statutory maximum fine in the UK), or three months’ imprisonment.If the animal can be safely buried at.

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