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Book Review-“I Will See You In Heaven” Friar Jack Wintz

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Book Review of "I Will See You In Heaven" by Friar Jack Wintz. This powerful little book was given to us at the death of our beloved pet. As an author of "I Miss You- Do Pets Go To Heaven"  I get asked frequently, by both children and adults, about where our beloved pets go when theyRead more …

Pet Loss Story By Elderly Man

Dear Judy, I am an elderly man and so loved my dog.  He was my constant companion and I really miss him.  Thank you for asking for stories.  I hope you will enjoy my story. Loss of my pet and best friend It has been a week now since I cremated my boy dog Tom.Read more …

Is It Time To Euthanize Our Pet? How Do I Tell The Family?

This answer was provided by Karen Tiede to a question of a young adult on Quara.  I found the answer so fullfilling that I asked permission to quote it here. This particular question and others are often asked of me on my radio show on the Human/Animal Connection. Please join us at www.blogtalkradio.com/auntieartichoke   First,Read more …

Poem About The Death of a Beloved Pet

This beautiful poem was shared by a friend on Facebook.com/lossofapet Enjoy and save to share with friends….. The Last Battle If it should be that I grow weak, And pain should keep me from my sleep, Then you must do what must be done, For this last battle cannot be won. You will be sad,Read more …

Looking For A New Pet? Adopt An Older Dog

Mar 11, 2015 | Posted by in New Pets | 0
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Pets and humans are living longer now days.  In the past fifty years the life span of a dog has nearly doubled.  By the time a dog and his family celebrate his first birthday, life expectancy will reach about 14 years, depending on the breed. Older dogs are the perfect choice for someone who neverRead more …