can a dog find his master in a family case of urns or?

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Question by kay kay: can a his in a family of urns or?
would he die trying to do that?

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Answer by leahhskyee
That’s kinda weird but Idont think so since they prob. Don’t have the same smell. Don’t get the extra info though..

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    • redd headd
    • April 1, 2012

    No the dog would not do neither. Because all things that would give the dog information as to the identity of the person is destroyed. There is just ash and some bones left.

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