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Janet Tobiassen Crosby, DVM

Ways To Remember and Honor Your Pet's Life

By October 23, 2013

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Those difficult days and months working through grief after the loss of a pet can be lonely and sometimes even confusing. Everyone grieves in their own way and on their own timeframe; there is no right or wrong way to move through it. Although reaching out, to counseling professionals or pet loss hotlines, is recommended if grief is overwhelming or interfering with relationships, jobs, home life, etc.

In part 3 of the Hospice Help series, we look at what to do after saying goodbye to a pet - ideas for working through grief and ways to remember and celebrate your pet's life. As part of this discussion, I interview Adam Fried, who specializes in memorials and urns for pets.

Read: Ways to Remember and Honor Your Pet's Life
This article is Part 3 of The Hospice Help series

Hospice Help Series
Part 1: Knowing When It Is Time
Part 2: A Hospice Veterinarian's Perspective

Photo: erink_photography on Flickr


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