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According to Psychology Today, preplanning for the passing of a pet helps reduce stress and gives pet owners a chance to say goodbye and make choices that reflect their values. Dealing with the aftermath of a lost pet can be a very stressful experience for a pet owner. What can you do to help prepare for your pet's passing? How Will...

End-of-life care is not just for humans, and according to a Pet Loss Professionals Alliance survey, 99% of the 1.9 million pet funerals each year are cremation. While there are differences in the type of cremation service you can request, the main aspects are nearly the same. What Pets Can be Cremated? While dogs and cats are the most common pets that...

The loss of a pet is very difficult to deal with. They are extended members of our family and we often form strong emotional attachments to them. Here are five coping tips to help you deal with the loss of a pet. It Takes time First, give yourself time to acknowledge your feelings. It's okay to feel sad, angry, and even guilty....

Glenn Horwitz · Shared with Public Public Eulogy for Max - The story of Max Horwitz is of an exceptionally wonderful life. Max was born on February 10, 2007 to the breeder of Gentle Ben who was Max's father, Joanna Willard of Short Hill Labradors in Hillsboro Virginia. I've stayed in touch with Joanna, a special person and breeder. I remember when Max came...

Holiday-inspired pet memorials ensure that your pet is a part of your holidays. You can commemorate your beloved pet this holiday season with a wide range of holiday-inspired pet memorials. Just because your pet is gone does not mean it should be forgotten. Consider these ways to commemorate your beloved pet during the holidays and all year round. Tree Ornaments One of...

Losing a pet is heart-wrenching. Planning pet memorial services can help to give your pet the send-off that they deserve. Pet memorial services will help you to recognize the value that your pet brought to your life. Learn more about how these types of services can help you to grieve your pet properly. After-Life Care Your lost pet deserves the proper afterlife...

According to data compiled by Eterneva, 20% of American pet owners have lost a pet in the past three years. It's normal to feel sad following the loss of a pet. It's an extension of grieving the loss of a loved one, whether they had two legs or four. Although recovery might be challenging, there are services available to help...

According to a survey, 45% of pet owners reported that the death of their pet was unexpected. There are many factors to consider before adopting another pet after the loss of one. If you're unsure if you are ready to become a pet owner again here is some information to help you make a decision. 1. Take Time to Grieve First, allow...

Many people around the world own pets. More than 455 million cats and dogs are owned as pets worldwide, and most of them are treated as family members rather than pets. They are looked after, adored, and bring great joy to their human minders. Most animals living inside human homes are cats or dogs, but other species are also kept as...

Losing your pet can be one of the toughest things to deal with, and it may feel like you'll never be able to fill the hole that's left behind. Grieving your pet is healthy, and it's something you have to do so you can remember the good times without a pang of pain. If you're still grieving years after losing your...

In Memoriam Pet Services will be closed December 26th and January 2nd in observance of the holidays.

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