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CANINE CONNECTION: Losing a beloved animal can cause prolonged grief

CANINE CONNECTION: Losing a beloved animal can cause prolonged grief

I started off the reply to a reader’s email regarding the passing of her dog with “Sorry for your loss,” but could not get past those four words. I always found that sentiment empty. . . . Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.nsnews.com To some this is amazing, but for those of us who understand the bond of love and the value of our pet as a family member, then we can truly see the long lasting effects of losing them. We as a species are so callous to non sentient beings and look at individuals who see the true spirit

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The Challenge of Grieving for a Pet at Work

The Challenge of Grieving for a Pet at Work

Asking for bereavement leave after a pet dies can elicit eye-rolls at the office. Some employers quietly grant grieving pet owners time off, but many pet owners don’t ask for it. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.wsj.com These are real issues faced by real people.  The problem is these issues are not considered real by society.  Losing a pet devistates people and if time off is needed, then so be it.  Coping over an loss of a loved one is a horrible ordeal, whether fury or not. If you would like to learn more about pet loss grief counseling, then please

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Grief Healing: Pet Loss: When A Pet Goes Missing

Grief Healing: Pet Loss: When A Pet Goes Missing

    Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.griefhealingblog.com This is a horrifying nightmare for pet owners.  Most of us have experienced it. I have with my Siberian Huskies and it puts a pit in your stomach. The anticipatory grief, the imaginary scenarios all dance in our minds.  It can be sometimes an unresolved issue. I recall, one time we actually found a stray Siberian Husky and as Husky people took him in.  We put out ads, notified individuals in the community yet he was never picked up by  an owner.  I cannot imagine the pain of the owner, but the husky

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Beyond 9 Lives: Coping With a Pet’s Death | Reston Now

Beyond 9 Lives: Coping With a Pet’s Death | Reston Now

This is a sponsored post by Elizabeth Arguelles, veterinarian and owner of Just Cats Clinic at Lake Anne Plaza. One of the hardest things to accept as a pet Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.restonnow.com A short article over the pain of losing a cat.  One’s pet for many is all they have and a cat for many is a best friend.  This article looks over some emotions you may experience as well as some ways to better cope over the loss of your cat If you would like to learn more then consider becoming certified in pet loss grief counseling

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How to Prepare for Your Pet’s Death | The Rock River Times

How to Prepare for Your Pet’s Death | The Rock River Times

For many of us, the connection we share with companion animals extends beyond just friendly company; our pets are considered a part of the family. Sourced through Scoop.it from: rockrivertimes.com Preparing for the death of a pet can be painful.  When is the right time to put your pet down or how to prepare oneself.  This is a painful moment and something one must prepare for sometime in their life.  This article reviews this If you would like a pet loss grief counseling certification, then review #petlossgriefcounselingcertification

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Dealing with grief after the death of pets

Dealing with grief after the death of pets

It’s not just humans who experience grief after the loss of a pet. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.abc.net.au This is something we may not think about if you have ever owned multiple pets, you will notice the other pet grieve of pine in some fashion over the loss of a friend If you would like to learn more about pet loss grief counseling then please review the program #petlossgriefcounseling

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Dealing with the loss of a dog

Dealing with the loss of a dog

The relationship between man and dog has stood the test. But how do we deal with the loss of a dog? Source: cnnphilippines.com Pet Loss Grief Counseling is beneficial for many who lose a pet or especially a dog.  Dogs are family and companions to many and the loss stings as bad as if a relative died.  This is a real and sincere grief for many pet owners. If you would like to learn more than please review our grief counseling program #griefcounselingprogram

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Coping with the Loss of a Pet

Coping with the Loss of a Pet

Two weeks ago my husband was playing with our dog, Amos, when he felt a lump – a huge lump – on his side.  When I say huge, I mean a humongous golf-ball sized lump that came out of nowhere. Seriously, nowhere; a few days before there was nothing and then suddenly there’s this enormous lump.  … Source: www.whatsyourgrief.com A good article about considerations we need to take into play when grieving the loss of a pet.  The loss of a pet is a serious blow to people who have a strong connection with their pet.  Pets are family! If you

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Grief Healing: Pet Loss: Deciding on After-Death Care for A Cherished Pet

Grief Healing: Pet Loss: Deciding on After-Death Care for A Cherished Pet

  Source: www.griefhealingblog.com I highly recommend it.  Only wish we would have done it sooner for the older dogs of our past and not just the last two.  There is alot of solace having them with us in our home. If you would like to learn more about Pet Loss Grief Counseling, then please review the program and see if it matches your educational and professional needs #petlossgriefcounseling

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Ask Amy: The Loss of a Pet

  The family cat had to be put down, and it’s affecting the reader more than anyone else in the family. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: This is a short response to a woman who has lost her cat.  It is a simple response and advise column. The woman is concerned why she is still grieving.  The loss of a pet is something worthy of grief and the woman is encouraged not to hide her grief, or put away the things that remind her of her cat, but to memorialize them. Pet loss grief is a serious issue that