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Pet Bereavement: How to cope when a pet dies (English Edition)
 
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Pet Bereavement: How to cope when a pet dies (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Dr. Gordon Roberts BVSc MRCVS , Amy Schofield

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The love and friendship of a pet is something that plays a very special part in our lives. Our pets love us unconditionally and, in return for our love and care, they provide us with loyalty, companionship, comfort and friendship. Pets are a part of our family, so when we lose a pet, it can be a devastating experience.

The bond between animals and humans is so strong that when our pet dies or is lost, we feel very intense emotions of grief. This is a natural reaction to losing something dear to you, but sometimes other people don’t understand how significant the loss of a pet is to the owner. It can be hard to find support when you are grieving for a pet, and this book has been written to provide you with both the emotional and practical support that you need at such a difficult time.

Losing a pet can lead to feelings of despair, loneliness, even guilt, especially if you have had to take the very difficult decision of having your pet put to sleep (euthanasia). The emotions associated with grief can be very difficult to come to terms with and, if you also have children, you will be helping them through a time that can be sad and confusing, as well as working through your own grief.

Life can seem very empty without your pet. Some people spend lots of time in the company of their pets, stroking them, talking to them, exercising and feeding them and simply being in their company. The loss of such a close and familiar companion means that your day-to-day life suddenly changes, and this readjustment naturally takes time. Lots of us love our pets so much they are real family members, not “just an animal”, so when we lose them, we grieve strongly.

People who have never owned a pet, or who have owned one but never formed a bond with them, can find it hard to understand the sadness and emptiness that you feel. “It was only a dog/cat/rabbit - get over it” they might think or say, as if the fact that your pet was not human means that you are not allowed to feel so dreadfully unhappy about their passing. You should never be embarrassed about grieving properly for your lost pet – your feelings are real and you need to experience them.

It may not feel like it right now, but you will one day be able to think of your pet without feeling this loss so deeply and painfully as with the loss of a close relative. It may not feel it at the time, but as time passes, although you will never forget them and what they meant to you, you will be able to remember the things they did and the memories you shared with a smile again.

“Your place I'll hold, you will be missed,
The fur I stroked, the nose I kissed.
And as you journey to your final rest,
Take with you this...I loved you best.” Jim Willis

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  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wish I had this book a few years ago 23 mai 2014
Par Judie Parker - Publié sur Amazon.com
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the worst one was a golden retriever I took him to the vets thinking his artrlhris
was getting worse.the Dr told me he had a incurable bone cancer in his left shoulder and had 6 weeks to live have went to Maine for a week so my daughter could say goodbye the day we got home he laid down and that night my husband took him to the vets he only made 5weeks he was 12years old knowing when was worse the second one was a very sweet cat .I only had him the last 2years of his life he got sick .tests and medicine didn't help he got worse so I knew it was time to say goodbye he spurred on the way to the vets.yes I cried and felt guilty he trusted me next was the other dog English Springer spaniel.his whole personally changed when Justin died we could leave him alone even Togo to the mailbox he missed his buddy I went through everything the book said it's been a few years now and it does get better I can the of the good Times and the love they gave.and we now have another dog and cat not to take their place but to share love with two more animals.
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