Perhaps instead of spending your remaining time with your canine companion in a state of grieving and sadness, you can make the rest of your pet’s life as comfortable and wonderful as possible. Here are some tips on how to make your dog’s last days the best that they possibly can be.
Caring people want to help friends through the grieving process when they lose a pet. You might be one of those people, and maybe you’re wondering what you can do for a friend or family member who feels helpless during this time.
Some companies are starting to allow time off for grieving pet owners. Counselors agree that this is beneficial to both companies and employees. Unfortunately, the idea of time off for pet bereavement is still novel and there aren’t many larger companies that are following suit.
The death of a pet is the first loss that many of us can remember. That’s why you so often see the online security question, “What was the name of your first pet?”
Even when a cherished, elderly dog is sick beyond cure and declining for weeks or months, the end always feels far too sudden and permanent. Show your sympathy and support with this thoughtful tribute…
It’s important to transition from the mentality of “they died” to “let me tell you how he really lived.” This is true of people and pets.
Serves as a reminder to all dog lovers that even though our best friends may not be with us forever, the love they share is worth any pain we get from losing them.
You have been given some devastating news that the end-of-life walk with your precious love is here. How are you going to walk through this? What next?
“When our 14-year-old Border Collie Natasha was put down after a long battle with chronic kidney failure, it was one of the most traumatic events I’d ever faced,” writer and dog mom Joanne Brokaw shared.
I’m not sure how to begin this article other than to admit that grief has played a significant role in shaping the last four years of my life.
This article courtesy of Michele C. Hollow, petnewsandviews.netEver notice how strangers become friends when we exchange tales about our cats, dogs, birds, horses, and other pets? And when a pet dies, we understand the grieving process that each of us goes through. It’s a sad time that is made just a bit easier when someone […]
This article courtesy of petinsurance-101.com.It’s 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 have a deep significance not just […]