Pets are our family. They can be our best friend, our confidant and our constant companion. Sometimes we call ourselves pet parents. We care everyday for their every need, thus it’s easy to think of them as human children. When they are gone, it’s almost as devastating as losing a child. Not everyone can understand this. But those that have lost a beloved pet do. I do. That’s why I wrote this book.
If you read my blog then you know that I am retired and a stay at home Chihuahua mommy. There are many others that either have no children or their children are grown and living on their own with their own lives. That’s the way we want it, but that’s often why we get a dog or dogs. They don’t take the place of a child by any means, but they help fill the need that we all have to take care of others.
In this book we will look at some of the things that are involved in the loss of a pet and start to piece together a way that you can cope with this loss in your own way. We will explore how to recognize the different stages of grief, how to cope with them and ways that you can remember and honor your beloved pet in your own unique way. There is no need to rush, you can do this in your own time but this book will help you every step of the way.
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