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Losing a cat, dog, or other pet can be very devastating and even damaging to a person's emotional health. As a result, coping with pet loss is an important step toward healing. Here's why it's important to mourn the loss of your pet. Pets Are Like Family According to IBISWorld, up to 67% of American homes have at least one pet, and...

If you've recently lost a pet and are still grieving, you're not alone. According to Forbes, an estimated 12% of respondents disclosed that they're still grieving over a pet lost in the past three years. While dogs and cats are two of the most common companion animals, horses and other large pets are also popular companions. Equine cremation is a...

Pet owners often have a difficult time dealing with the loss of their beloved pet. According to a survey conducted by Eterneva, 45% of responding pet owners disclosed that their pet's death was unexpected. If you're having difficulty handling the loss of your furry friend, it can be helpful to reach out to a counselor or therapist to help you...

Having a pet is like adding a bundle of joy and unconditional love to your life. Unfortunately, we typically outlive our pets. According to the Foresight Companies, seven years is the average lifespan for both dogs and cats. There's nothing like the heartbreak that comes with losing a companion, but for most people, the decision to get a new pet...

Caring for an aging pet is a difficult task. Because our companion animals are such a huge part of our lives, pet bereavement can be devastating for many people. According to Horsey Hooves, a horse enters its Senior stage between the ages of 15 and 18. This age span is only slightly longer than common household pets, so we're aware...

'Your cherished companion stands by your side, unwavering through the highs and lows of life. The pain of their departure can truly leave a lasting ache in your heart. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, around 12% of pet owners who lost their pets within the last three years state they are still intensely grieving. While you cannot get...

Losing a pet is challenging. But, when your pet passes away, you may be unsure what to do with their body. One of the decisions you face is deciding whether to cremate or bury your beloved pet. According to Farewell Pet, more than 90% of pets are cremated instead of buried. This is because there are a lot of benefits...

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