Category Archives: Pet Loss and Bereavement

A Place of Healing

By Michelle Mullins, CPDT-KA   Whether it is from sudden, traumatic illness/injury or from a slower, expected loss due to age, the loss of a pet is a terrible experience.  The grief over it is often overwhelming and can be … Continue reading

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The Keepsafe Collar

By Tenney Mudge, inventor of the Keepsafe Collar   I remember that night in the kitchen when I stroked Chinook’s thick white fluffy neck and his cosmic eyes looked back up at me.  Chinook was clown-like.  He was black and … Continue reading

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Surviving Pet Loss

 By Janet Velenovsky National Pet Memorial Day is the 2nd Sunday of each September. This year, that happens to fall on 9/11.  As we reflect on the 10th anniversary of 9/11, most of us are revisiting periods of loss and … Continue reading

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