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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 …

Searching for the Perfect Words

Jan 2, 2011 | Posted by in Tips for Coping | 0

Are You Searching For The Perfect Words To Say To A Friend Or Loved One Whose Animal Is Dying? One of the toughest communications for some people is to how to offer sympathy.  That is why so many people say nothing at all.  It is not that they are uncaring, rather they care so much that theyRead more …

Stories Inside This eBook

Jan 2, 2011 | Posted by in Memorial Stories, Stories | 0

A Look Inside the Ebook… The stories and photos  compiled in this book are shared by pet lovers just like you. You will cry, laugh, and most importantly, understand when you read about: ·       Little Duck, an abandoned duckling rescued by Kendra Bonnett and her siblings was finally strong enough to return to freedom butRead more …

Ways to Begin Healing

Jan 2, 2011 | Posted by in Tips for Coping | 0

The Quickest And Least Painful Way To Begin Healing From the Loss of Your Pet There is never just “one way” to heal from a traumatic blow to your life, but here are some suggestions that have worked for me and others I have counseled in grief workshops… Don’t let others tell you how youRead more …


Jan 2, 2011 | Posted by in Stories | 0

My family has felt the depths of such a loss when we lost our family pet, a Cocker Spaniel named Taffy. Taffy was a fence-jumping, chicken chasing, stinky breathed, fur scratching,  devoted member of our family. He held a special place in our heart because he had saved our two-year-old son Andy’s life when heRead more …

4 Stages of Grief and Why They Are Important To Know

Jan 2, 2011 | Posted by in Tips for Coping | 0

4 Stages of Grief and Why They Are Important To Know If You Want to Ease The Pain You Feel With pet loss, the stages of grief and bereavement are the same as any other major loss.  In 1969, Elizabeth Kubler-Ross, a world renowned psychiatrist and authority on death, outlined the various stages which includeRead more …