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Why an increasing number of Australians are digging up their dead pets

Tom Elliott
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Families moving house, messy divorces and those concerned about future property developments has lead to a spike in people getting pets they’ve buried in the backyard dug up.

Ashton Grave, who specialises in pet burials and exhumations at Strathmore Heights, told Tom Elliott it was a very “rewarding” job.

“I’d say 99.9 per cent of cases the ultimate result is to get the remains cremated by another party, rather than moved,” he said on 3AW Drive.

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