How To Deal With The Death Of Your Dog

Dog grave (caption: How To Deal With Dog Death)

Your pets are a part of your family and losing them can be emotionally devastating. If you or someone you know recently lost a canine companion, we offer you our most sincere condolences. We’ve been there and understand the pain you’re feeling right now. Here are some strategies and insights to help you work through this difficult time…

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Laying Your Pet To Rest: Dog Cremation Or Burial?

Dog cremation ashes on mantel

After your pet passes on, taking care of their remains is the last thing you’ll want to think about. So it’s best to prepare yourself by knowing your options, and maybe even making your choice, beforehand. This article discusses the two main options for taking care of your pet’s remains: cremation and burial…

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Dog Euthanasia: When Is It Time To Say Goodbye?

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Euthanasia of a pet is one of the toughest things — if not the toughest thing — a pet owner may ever have to do. Yet this is a decision everyone must be prepared to make when they commit to taking on the responsibility of giving a pet a forever home. This article discusses the unfortunate process of dog euthanasia; when it’s the right time, and how to cope when your friend is gone…

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When It’s Time To Say Goodbye To Your Best Friend: Look For Signs

Kid Loves Old Lab

Unfortunately, it’s a common part of everyday vet practice that we need to say goodbye to our patients and friends. As difficult as it can be on me, the veterinary technicians and other staff in the hospital, it is always more difficult for that pet’s owner. Making the decision to humanely euthanize your pet can be hard. We all want to minimize or eliminate any pain or discomfort our pet may be experiencing, but when is it time to say goodbye?…

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