A guide to help people whose pets are nearing the end of their lives to help them decide when to let them go.
You've just found out that your co-worker's pet has died and you want to offer them support. You know how painful pet loss can be. Here are some tips on how to help them cope with the death of their beloved companion and process the grief.
I have read countless articles in the last year about people's pets dying. It is something all pet lovers have to experience and is always a sad time. This article and the poems relate to how I cope.
Owners of dogs who are aging or affected by terminal cancer may wonder what to expect during the process and what signs indicate that a dog is dying. Recognizing these signs is helpful so that dog owners are prepared for euthanasia or hospice care with the help of a veterinarian.
These sympathy gifts for someone whose cat or dog has just passed away can bring hope and comfort to a friend or loved one coping with pet loss.
The death of a dog is a painful experience, regardless of your prior experience with grief. Whilst some people believe it's not ok to feel grief, this articles discusses why it's perfectly acceptable.
Anticipatory grief is the fear of losing a dog. It is often felt when a dog is diagnosed with a terminal condition such as cancer or with aging, geriatric dogs. Preliminarily grieving the loss of a dog doesn't have to be a negative experience, it can be turned into a proactive experience.
Children can be deeply affected by the death of a pet. Here are some tips on how to help them cope when an animal friend passes away.