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January Winter Memorial Crafts

The holidays and the winter season in general tend to bring a certain sense of peace and togetherness for many. Perhaps it is the time spent with family, the holiday gatherings and parties, or the comfort food that we share during the colder months. This cozy time of...

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Grief During the Holidays

For many people, the holidays are a time spent with our loved ones and a time of celebration and togetherness. When you have lost a family member, including a beloved pet, the holidays can magnify your sense of grief and loss as you realize that your loved one can no...

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Anticipatory Grief

When we learn that our beloved pet has a terminal illness, or we realize that they are struggling with the changes that old age brings, many of us feel a deep sense of loss or grief even though our pet is still with us. This experience of coping with loss before our...

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Including pets in a euthanasia visit

Owners of multiple pets know that these furry “siblings” share a special bond with one another. Whether the pets in your home romp around the backyard and snuggle up together on the couch or simply coexist and barely engage with one another, many pet parents want to...

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The decision to help your pet with euthanasia

The decision to help your pet with euthanasia is not easy and may be one of the hardest decisions you have had to make. So many factors play a role in whether or not euthanasia may be the best option for your pet, and if it is, one of the most significant...

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