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Pet loss story – Goodbye Dear Jake

By External Source / April 3, 2016
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Tuesday, June 1, 2010 Pet Loss: Good-bye Dear Jake It is good to be back in Michigan!  In December Peter and I  loaded Jake, our 15 yr old Lab/Shepard mix, in  the car and drove to our new winter home: Tucson, AZ. We were concerned about Jake’s comfort and ability to make the trip, but he tolerated […]

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What NOT to Say to Someone Who is Grieving the Loss of a Pet

By External Source / March 15, 2016

Posted by Ingrid Amazon.com Widgets As a society, we are not equipped to handle grief and loss, and many people don’t know what to say to someone who is grieving. This can be compounded when the loss is that of a pet. Even people who are genuinely sorry and want to express their sympathy often […]

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A Tribute For Your Pet

By External Source / March 2, 2016

By NICK BARNETT  Most of us have lost at least one pet that we really loved. How do we handle it? And what about when it’s not us but a friend who’s the bereaved one – what do you do then? A friend of mine, Kathy, recently lost her Abyssinian kitten. I knew Kathy was fond of […]

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Animal Shelter Reach Out to Grieving Pet Owners

By External Source / February 24, 2016
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People who have recently lost a pet are finding comfort and understanding through support groups at animal shelters. When a pet dies, the Seattle Animal Shelter sends a bereavement card. The cards are the brainchild of shelter volunteer Connie Starr, who also helps lead the weekly pet bereavement group at the Seattle Animal Shelter. “It’s […]

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