Q&A: I had my dog creamated do have to store the ashes in a urn?

Question by earlsgirl0601: I had my dog creamated do have to store the ashes in a urn?

Im sorry I wasnt clear. Do I have to store them in a urn or will any type of container or box work?

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Answer by Jodester
Um… where do you want to store them? You could scatter them somewhere he liked to go…

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www.thewoodshop.tv plus.google.com www.facebook.com www.facebook.com Ayshen Black www.woodoomagic.com This weeks project, I turned a maple Urn for a friend who a pet. I used the easy wood tool to do some deep hollowing and it works great.

Official American Kennel Club Pet Cremation Urn

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  • 109 cubic-inch capacity suitable for all dog breeds
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The American Kennel Club urn is a lovely remembrance for your faithful friend. The urn features the look of burnished copper, bronze, and polished wood. The AKC logo is beautifully embossed on the of the urn. This is truly the finest canine urn available and a place of honor for a best friend.

Q&A: I had my dog creamated do have to store the ashes in a urn?

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Comments

    • haydenHD
    • August 11, 2012

    Thanks Leonard,

    • haydenHD
    • August 11, 2012

    Great stuff keep them coming.

    • haydenHD
    • August 11, 2012

    Don’t use the wax if you want to stain the piece afterwards.

    • MrLeonard55
    • August 11, 2012

    Hi, Can i get a copy of that chart?
    Leonard

    • BigDhookah
    • August 11, 2012

    Ok, I just didn’t want to mess anything up. Thanks for the info. And I just found a lathe in the back of my grandpa’s shed so I’m excited to start turning!

    • Kpfjaeger
    • August 11, 2012

    i’ve seen that you turn duck and goose calls…if you are a turkey hunter you could probably turn a slate or a crystal call too…your videos have inspired me to get my own lathe and am gonna pick it up sunday!

    • haydenHD
    • August 11, 2012

    that’s great, which lathe are you getting?

    • Kpfjaeger
    • August 11, 2012

    getting a jet 1220…i also am getting a nova g3 chuck…researched alot and decided that they would be the best for the money…i don’t mind manually switching the belt speeds even though i know that variable speed is alot more convenient…i am already WAY over budget if you talk to my cpa (aka my wife)…lol!…thanks for the videos…they are great!

    • zakokiller
    • August 11, 2012

    i have tried this once but when i got the wood on my hands it was so hot? dont you think its hot?

    i havd to use gloves!

    • MrBrendanCunningham
    • August 11, 2012

    You should make a tobacco pipe

    • findingusernamesux11
    • August 11, 2012

    Beautiful wood!!!

    • findingusernamesux11
    • August 11, 2012

    Probably because it was wet wood.

    • nicholls611
    • August 11, 2012

    Sorry the dog died but great video Carl. Thanks for mentioning Diameter too ?
    I just wish I could get wood as easily as you ?

    • pane36
    • August 11, 2012

    Achievement get! Getting Wood

    • woodjeff123
    • August 11, 2012

    as usual very nice when did you start turning

    • haydenHD
    • August 11, 2012

    About 19 years ago.

    • 012drago
    • August 11, 2012

    Nice work, & u made it look easy

    • Ludwig Nyman
    • August 11, 2012

    My grandpa’s actually was smaller than that, you seem to be a good friend though, and the urn really is beautiful. ?

    • haydenHD
    • August 11, 2012

    thank you,

    • Anna R
    • August 11, 2012

    No. You can store them in a shoe box if you wish

    • Ashley C
    • August 11, 2012

    You dont have to store them in an urn. You could scatter them or put them in whatever youd like or bury them. Its all up to you.

    • Kristen M
    • August 11, 2012

    You could. Personally, I’d put them somewhere important. Like, a lake if the dog liked to swim, or in the ground. You know. For sentimental purposes. But an urn is more traditional. Although I wouldn’t want the ashes of anyone in my house… That’s weird.

    • Bozema
    • August 11, 2012

    My dog’s ashes came back in a wooden box. We decided to bury the box.

    • Dan
    • August 11, 2012

    Well no you don’t have to store the ashes in the urn. when my dog died we scattered his ashes in the park he used to like.

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