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Pet Grief Counselor: Seeing That Grief Is Not Uniquely Human

Pet Grief Counselor: Seeing That Grief Is Not Uniquely Human

When animals die, their close relatives and friends may be plunged into mourning. Commentator Barbara J. King writes about animal grief in her new book, citing examples seen in animals large and small. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: An interesting insight into the world of animals and how they grieve.  It is foolish to believe only humans grieve.  Pet grief counseling not only helps the person understand the loss of a pet but also to help understand the nature of the pet and its own grief.  If you are interested in the Pet Grief Counselor program, please click here

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Pet Grief Counseling With “Putting a Pet Down”

Pet Grief Counseling With “Putting a Pet Down”

Pet Grief Counseling: Saying Goodbye to an Old Friend One of the hardest things to accept for a pet owner is when to say goodbye to an old friend who is suffering.  It saddens one to see a pet they raised become crippled and suffering in their old age.  As the pet grows older and gray hairs emerge, the anxiety arises that one is a day closer to “putting down” one’s pet.   Memories of the young pup or kitten that used to jump and down are far gone and replaced with the imagery of an old man who would rather sleep.  These signs help prepare us for the