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Euthanasia - Is Your Vet the Right Vet For You And Your Pet?

The research begins. You have decided that euthanasia is best for your pet. You don't want him to suffer any more so you set your own emotional needs aside and do what's best for your pet.

 Phyllise
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A Dog In Mourning

When Jake died, Couper became a dog in mourning. He took to his bed. While deeply mourning the loss myself, I was trying to help him cope with his loss. Knowing in advance what to expect, can enable you to help your surviving pet. It is okay for them to mourn. Know that it is...

 Phyllise
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Finding Grief Support on the Internet

After losing a pet, many people take great comfort in connecting with others who are going through the same experience. Often, in our own circle of friends, family and co-workers, we are unable to find the emotional support we need as we work our way through the grief of losing our pet

 Susan
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Euthanizing Your Pet - Home Vs Veterinarian's Office?

In many cases, we know the time is coming. It allows us the opportunity to make some decisions in advance. Should we have him euthanized at home or the vet's office? Should our other dog come with? Should we cremate him or bury him in the backyard?

 Rick
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Pet Loss - Facing the Holidays

The coming and going of seasonal holidays is a given. We no sooner close the door on one holiday when the next one is already on the porch ringing our doorbell. For those who have lost a beloved pet, these holidays can be the source of a rollercoaster of emotions

 Jodi
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Processing and Dealing With The Loss Of Your Pet

Losing your pet is very difficult. You may have prayed for him to get better, but God had other plans and this time He could not answer your prayers for your pet. You feel empty, sad and overwhelmed with grief. Your loss is profound. You may feel some guilt and anger. You know that you are in pain; both emotionally and physically

 Andrea
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