Saying Goodbye to Your Pet

Saying Goodbye to Your Pet

Saying Goodbye to Your Pet

Simple text and blank spaces in which to add drawings teach children how to cope with the loss of a pet, including how to express their grief.

Saying Goodbye to Your Angel Animals

Saying Goodbye to Your Angel Animals

Saying Goodbye to Your Angel Animals

In this thoughtful book, Allen and Linda Anderson walk you through the numbing pain and dreadful sense of loss that arise when a beloved animal dies. They offer solace to help you deal with grief, remember and honor key moments in the animal’s life, find comfort through groups and with professionals, and get past the depression. They also include exercises, affirmations, and meditations to use through the various stages of grief. The Andersons’ caring, practical advice covers all aspects of pet loss, offering guidance on: helping children grieve, honoring your religious beliefs, grieving for runaway pets, helping others know what to say or do to console you, planning an appropriate memorial ceremony or tribute. The book also explores the concept of after-death experiences of departed companion animals and relates many beautiful stories, including the Rainbow Bridge story, that reinforce the love and sense of peace that come from honoring the place animals hold in our lives.

When You Have to Say Goodbye

When You Have to Say Goodbye

When You Have to Say Goodbye

Explains the feeling of loss when a beloved pet dies, and how to cope with it.

Saying Goodbye to Your Dear Dog

Saying Goodbye to Your Dear Dog

Saying Goodbye to Your Dear Dog

Deciding when to euthanize your Dear Dog is one of the most difficult decisions you will make. You want to make the most loving choice for your Dear Dog, but you have questions: Will I euthanize my dog too soon - or too late? How do I know if my dog is suffering? Do dogs really give a sign they're ready to go? This warmly illustrated guidebook includes: Stories from other Dog Parents to inspire and comfort you Ten questions to help you notice changes in your dog's wellbeing Guide sheets to find out if your dog is happy and healthy - or sad and suffering Questions to ask your vet about your dog's prognosis and treatment options A guided meditation to hear your intuition - valuable in this decision Additional resources online, such as videos and printer-friendly PDFs of the guide sheets Are you a new Dog Parent facing this difficult decision for the first time? Are you an experienced Dog Parent caring for your sick or aging dog? Or are you a Dog and Kid Parent wondering how to talk to your children about pet euthanasia? You are not alone. Dorothea Deley and all the Dog Parents who shared their stories are here to hold your hand.

Survive Saying Goodbye to Your Pet

Survive Saying Goodbye to Your Pet

Survive Saying Goodbye to Your Pet

Survive Saying Goodbye to Your Pet, written by a veteran veterinarian and Professional Animal Communicator, Cathy Seabrook, D.V.M., is dictated in its entirety by the Collective Consciousness of PETS. Herein you will find the delightful nature that is PET at its truest and finest grace, willing you, guiding you, absolving you and loving you through the most difficult time with them you will ever know. They have really never left you of course, simply left what you knew as them in physical form. For the first time, read a book about pet loss that does not break your heart in the reading of it! Prepare to add delight to departing in a way unimagined!

Saying Good Bye to the Pet You Love

Saying Good Bye to the Pet You Love

Saying Good Bye to the Pet You Love

Written by a psychologist who is a leader in pet bereavement, this practical and sympathetic guide validates the survivor's feelings of loss when a pet dies.

Dear Mom and Dad

Dear Mom and Dad

Dear Mom and Dad

Losing a pet will always be a part of owning them. With few exceptions we will outlive them. To many it is like losing a child. A very special dog inspired me to write this book. I hope his story and how my faith helped me deal with his passing will bring some measure of comfort to others.

Preparing for the Loss of Your Pet

Preparing for the Loss of Your Pet

Preparing for the Loss of Your Pet

Describes how to understand the stages of pet loss and cope with them, talk to and prepare children for the loss of a pet, and describes the different ways one can lose a pet

Dogs Leave Pawprints on Your Heart

Dogs Leave Pawprints on Your Heart

Dogs Leave Pawprints on Your Heart

Have You Lost Your Beloved Dog? Use this journal to release your feelings, record precious memories and celebrate the life of your pet. On the nights you feel the loneliest pull out this dog journal and let the tears flow. This dog memory book honors that special place your dog holds in your heart. You don't have to wait until your loved one passes on and start filling this out the day you get your pet. Use it as a journal, a dog memory keepsake and when the time comes a pet loss memory book. Works great for kids who are of writing age to cope with the loss of their dog. This journal is a caring sympathy gift for friends of family who have lost their beloved pets. 6 x 9 journal 100 blank and lined pages for you to write in, draw, sketch or add photos of your pooch and their shenanigans Pet Details Page with a place to add a picture "Some things will fill your heart without trying" quote page Coping with Losing a Pet - tips on grief journalling

My Best Friend

My Best Friend

My Best Friend

Have You Lost Your Beloved Dog? Use this journal to release your feelings, record precious memories and celebrate the life of your pet. On the nights you feel the loneliest pull out this dog journal and let the tears flow. This dog memory book honors that special place your dog holds in your heart. You don't have to wait until your loved one passes on and start filling this out the day you get your pet. Use it as a journal, a dog memory keepsake and when the time comes a pet loss memory book. Works great for kids who are of writing age to cope with the loss of their dog. This journal is a caring sympathy gift for friends of family who have lost their beloved pets. 6 x 9 journal 100 blank and lined pages for you to write in, draw, sketch or add photos of your pooch and their shenanigans Pet Details Page with a place to add a picture "Some things will fill your heart without trying" quote page Coping with Losing a Pet - tips on grief journalling