Well, bury him/her like a human. I suggest burying him/her in your backyard, so you can always remember him/her. 1. Make sure your dog is wrapped in a blanket, sheet, towel, etc. 2. Dig a hole in a spot you chose. 3. Bury the dog deep in the ground.
Seventh-Day Adventists bury their dead the same as Baptists. There is a funeral in which a pastor speaks, and afterwards, the corpse is put into a hole dug into the ground where the coffin can fit. There is no special ceremony or ritual.
Yes. The penguins use their wings and beaks to dig a hole big enough to fit the dead penguin into. When the job is finished, the penguins push the dead penguin into the hole. Then the male penguins gather around the hole and sing: "Freeze a jolly good fellow Freeze a jolly good fellow."