Helping Your Family Cope When a Pet Dies

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A pet is often a member of the family. In fact, surveys show some interesting facts about pet owners: 84 percent consider their animals family members; 99 percent talk to their pets, and 54 percent celebrate their pet’s birthday.

The term “man’s best friend” brings to mind unconditional love, constant companionship and acceptance. And why not? Your pet can take you for a walk, listen when you need someone to talk to or even guard your house. A pet can also lower your blood pressure, change your heart rate or alleviate feelings of chronic loneliness.

With your capacity to love your pet comes the necessity to grieve when that “best friend” dies. The death of a pet is, without a doubt, a traumatic experience. This brochure is intended to help you and your family acknowledge the need to grieve at this time and to do so in a healthy way.

Sold singly for $0.50 each or in packages of 100 for $40.00

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Description

Concise brochures written by Dr. Wolfelt and designed for economical mass distribution, the Helping Series offers assistance to the bereaved in coping with specific types of death and grief responses. In use by hundreds of hospices and funeral homes throughout North America.

Additional information

Weight2.25 lbs
Dimensions9 × 4 × 2 in
Quantity
  • 1

  • 100
Weight2.25 lbs
Dimensions9 × 4 × 2 in
Quantity
  • 1

  • 100

Author: Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D.

Product Type: Single-Title Brochure

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