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Getting Assistance with Loss of a Pet

Getting Assistance with Loss of a Pet

 Getting Assistance for Pet Loss For some reason you just never thought the life of your pet would ever end. Now unfortunately your pet has died of old age and you are really having a difficult time handling it. Handling the loss of a beloved pet can indeed be difficult because you spent so much time with your pet and loved them so much. It can be difficult to talk with friends about this because sometimes they do not value the life of a pet as much as you may have. You may want to look into grief counseling for

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Helping People with Pet Loss Grief

Helping People with Pet Loss Grief

Working through Pet Loss Grief I had no idea you could go to school and get a certification for pet loss bereavement.I knew there were many people hurting about loosing there pet. I know when I lost my dog five months ago it hit me really hard. I loved my Bj like no other dog. He was 13 and he was my little baby. I still miss him now when I look at pictures of him. Thankfully I still have my cats and other dog Ike to help me get through this hard time. So I can easily see why people

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Pet Loss Grief: Consider a Pet Hospice

Pet Loss Grief: Consider a Pet Hospice

Pet loss grief can be overwhelming, especially in the last weeks of a dying pets life. It used to be the only choice you had was to euthanize your pet if it was terminally sick or injured. Now pet hospice provides another alternative. Pet hospice has slowly been gaining acceptance in recent years, even though it has been around for a couple of decades. Based on the successful model that has been used with humans, pet hospice allows for animals to die as comfortably and as painlessly as possible in the home. Hospice for pets can be a volunteer organization

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Dealing with the loss of your pet

Dealing with the loss of your pet

By: Joseph Edward Having a pet is amazing.  There is nothing like the feeling of knowing that even after a hard day’s work, you have a buddy to come home to.  You know that when you get home, someone is waiting for you to take away your stress and worries.  And in many cases, pets often take on a more humanized role.  They become more than just a pet, but a valued family member.  It is not surprising that when we lose our pet, it can still feel like the world has ended. Of course, going through the grieving processes

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Pet Loss Grief Recovery

Pet Loss Grief Recovery

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