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Not so much. That's how I wanna go. Burned in the country wilderness with my family partying around me. From the ash you came and to the ash you shall return.

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OMG that's terrible!! Id be balling my eyes out for weeks after something as scarring as that! I'm sorry OP, IM sure your grandpa didn't mean to do that to you.

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4| I wouldn't be surprised if the grandfather gutted the dog, from a practical stand point. Not saying I agree (I don't), but I can see that happening.... My condolences, OP.

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The fluids dripping and popping would be the big worry. And since cremation takes place at roughly 1700°F, a barbecue might take a day or so to complete. This is my job

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OP didn't ask the grandfather to cremate the dog- Just that they WANTED the dog cremated. I dunno how he thought this was a DIY project though- there's no way you could get a grill hot enough, and those are for COOKING meat. Not incinerating.

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