About Dog Grief
The pain of losing someone dear is no less deep when that individual is an animal. Give yourself permission to grieve the loss. There's no single method or timeline for moving on, and the only rule is to steer clear of those people who are unable to understand. In the meantime, reach out to friends or family who can be supportive. You may want to consider organizing a memorial event for your dog, creating a scrapbook or piece of art, or perhaps even joining a pet loss support group. Some people find that the best medicine is adoption — providing a loving home for another dog in need.Dog Grief
April 11th, 2011
This article courtesy of petinsurance-101.com. Its a documented fact that pets experience grief when they lose a loved one. Many pet owners will corroborate this. Regardless of whether it is a cat losing a kitten or missing a deceased pet friend; the distress signs are there for all to see. Pets...
March 31st, 2011
by Tiffany Keeth, FIDOfriendly.com Is romantic love unique only to humans? It is widely agreed upon that love in humans is largely a derivative of chemical interactions, including but not limited to testosterone, dopamine, epinephrine and serotonin. Still, love cannot possibly be defined only by...
March 31st, 2010
Dealing with the loss of your faithful companion is hard. Learn the 5 stages of grief and where to turn for the support you need while dealing with the loss of your dog.
January 27th, 2010
The morning of January 20, 2010, rain pummeled the entire Bay Area. The commute to work proved little more than a drippy, sloppy race for shelter. I was standing in the lobby of...
October 7th, 2009
Q/A with Mike and Tricia Smith, hosts of Thursday Night Suppers. What is Thursday Night Suppers? After Molly died, Mike and I were devastated. We thought we'd never get through...
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