If you are a family who loves animals and has them as pets, you are indeed blessed. Besides service seeing-eye dogs, dogs that detect seizures before they happen, and working dogs that serve our community, a family pet serves in a different way. Studies show that people who have pets have stronger heart, get sick less often than people who don't have them, and make fewer visits to the doctor. In addition, pet owners don't get depressed as often as others do. They bring families social support and pure joy. No wonder you considered your pet as part of the family. If your beloved pet has died, your entire family is probably grieving. Here are some things that might help you to get through this difficult time.
Address The Death - This is a time when tears are healthy and when children can express their feelings in different ways.
Have A Funeral - Part of closure is getting to say goodbye.
Best wishes as you say goodbye to your beloved pet.Share
17 June 2015
Following the death of my grandfather, I found myself in the awkward position of having to write the obituary. I wanted to capture the spirit of him and list everything he was proud of in his life, including his family and work accomplishments. However, at the same time, I knew that I had a limited amount of space to work with. After spending hours researching obituaries, I finally felt confident in my skills and proceeded to write my grandfather's. In my opinion, it was perfect. Writing an obituary while you are grieving your loss is challenging, but I hope that my website helps you write one for your loved one that helps capture who they were as a person.