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Emotional Value of Pets is Underestimated

By External Source / April 4, 2016

Having a pet can meet many human psycho-social needs and has been undervalued in the field of mental health, says the author of a comprehensive review of human-pet bonds published today in the journal Family Process. The research, by Dr. From a Walsh of the Center for Family Health at the University of Chicago, finds […]

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An Attorney Reflects on the Life and Death of His Labradors

By External Source / March 24, 2016

THE LEGACY OF BEEZER AND BOOMER: Lessons on Living and Dying “What a fabulous, heartfelt and enjoyable read (assuming you don’t mind some crying). Doug adeptly describes his transition from skillful attorney, who takes pride in controlling the world around him, to a soul-searching student who, under the tutelage of his beloved four-legged mentors, strives […]

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Pet Loss & Grief Support Program Offered by Animal Spirit Network

By External Source / March 20, 2016
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Animal Spirit Healing and Education Network is proud to welcome Teresa Wagner, instructor for ASN’s new Animal Loss & Grief Support Program. Instructor, Teresa Wagner – May 25, 2010 – Chicago, IL – Animal Spirit Healing and Education Network is proud to welcome Teresa Wagner, instructor for ASN’s new Animal Loss & Grief Support Program.  […]

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The Passing of My Dog Molly

By External Source / February 9, 2016
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By Janice Kennedy, Ottawa Citizen, June 4 2011 Every now and then, that tiny microcosm that is our personal space in this world stops dead in its tracks. And everything else -politics, world events, even rip-roaring Stanley Cup finals -fades for a bit. So it was for me this week in the loss of my […]

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