I'm referring to bones from animals you've eaten, not human remains!
In the spirit of composting to nourish our soils and to keep plant matter out of the landfills, does anyone bury the bone remains of their meals to mineralize soil and keep waste down? If you do, then what guidelines can you provide, e.g. how deep to bury them, and how to keep the bones away from my German Shepherd until they decompose. (She gets lots of raw bones but I don't want her to chew on brittle cooked bones that could break and become sharp. And, I don't want her chewing on those really hard weight bearing ruminant bones.)
With composting veggies and burying bones I imagine many of us could keep our trash "footprints" fairly small.