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Knowing When One’s Pet is suffering

Knowing When One’s Pet is suffering

Is Your Pet Suffering? One of the most painful and grieving things is to see one’s pet suffer.  It is important as good pet owners to notice when our pet is suffering or in pain.  Below is an article with various tips about keeping a better eye on our pets and their physical well being. Arden Moore from Foxnews.com writes about a variety of important tips for our pet’s physical well being in her article,  ”When Your Pet’s in Pain”. You hear your cat’s cry of pain or see your aging dog limp to the food dish,  and your heart hurts. Witnessing pets in pain can leave

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Pet Grief Counseling on Run Away Pets

Pet Grief Counseling on Run Away Pets

Unresolved Grief and a Runaway Pet     Pet Grief Counseling :  The pain of not knowing is a grief that forbids closure.  It is experienced by parents who lose their children via kidnapping, or families who lose brothers on the battle field never to be found.  This ambigious or unresolved type of grief restricts closure because there is always the haunting question of ”what if”.  While the “what if” of reunion is always there, there is also the painful “what if” of what happened. This type of pain is also associated with a runaway pet and the anxiety it can cause an owner.  Jennifer Melvin, instructor for