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I believe that a pet is a part of your family and if you do lose them dealing with that loss can be very tough. My blog is about helping you through your own particular pet loss journey. Your loss is as unique as they were. Let me guide you through and help you celebrate the life they lived.

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Day 41 #SheCan365

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Day 41 #SheCan365

Day 41 #SheCan365 I’m the new Day 41 on the #SheCan365 website. This is a brilliant initiative set up by the wonderful Michelle Ewen. The project is telling the stories of 365 female entrepreneurs in a year, one a day hence the 365… About #SheCan365 SheCan365 launched on International Women’s Day 2019, and will interview […]

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Tess Daly and Minnie – Accidental Pet Death Bereavement

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Tess Daly and Minnie

Tess Daly and Minnie On Sunday Tess Daly spoke to newspapers about the death of her dog Minnie. According to several press reports she accidentally ran over her Maltese Shih Tzu in her car when returning to her home in Fulmer, Buckinghamshire. Builders, who were working in the house, left open a door and Minnie […]

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Dog Bereavement

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Dog Bereavement

Dog Bereavement Dog bereavement is real, it exists. When a family pet dies it is vital to remember that other family dogs will also be grieving. They will also be struggling to get used to the absence of their pal. And because they’re unable to vocalise that loss you must take care to check for […]

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5 ways to remember your cat

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5 ways to remember your cat

5 ways to remember your cat When a beloved pussy cat passes away it can be devastating for your and your family. The most important thing to remember is that it is okay to grieve. We have produced a pet bereavement guide that you might find helpful. And here are 5 ways to remember your […]

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What is the best urn for my dog’s ashes?

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Scatter Tubes for all dog breeds

What is the best urn for my dog’s ashes? What is the best urn for my dog’s ashes, people ask me this question almost every day and the answer is….it depends! I know that’s not the answer most people want to hear but when somebody asks me this question I like to find out a […]

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Robbie Williams and Giggs

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Robbie Williams and Giggs

Robbie Williams and Giggs. Robbie Williams and Giggs. Robbie Williams and his wife Ayda Field reported in The Sun that their beloved pet turtle Rooney is grieving after the sudden loss her sister Giggs. The pet loving family, who have three dogs and a cat, have called in an aquatic specialist who has diagnosed Rooney […]

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Paul O’Grady and Bullseye

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Paul O'Grady and Bullseye

Paul O’Grady and Bullseye Paul O’Grady has announced the loss of his beloved dog Bullseye. Speaking to his listeners of the Radio 2 show Paul O Grady on the Wireless he said that Bullseye had passed away. This is how it was quoted in The Sun: “Now I will tell you my lousy news,” he […]

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How to tell children the family pet has died.

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how to tell children the family pet has died

FIDO HAS GONE TO RAINBOW BRIDGE How to tell children the family pet has died. My Pets Ashes is launching an age-appropriate bereavement guide that sets out some ideas about how to tell children the family pet has died. Children deal with bereavement differently to adults, and it’s important to make sure you pitch the […]

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Disenfranchised Grief

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Disenfranchised Grief

Disenfranchised Grief Why grief is valid no matter the species. There are many types of grief. From exaggerated grief, complicated grief, masked grief, chronic grief and disenfranchised grief. It would be fair to say that losing a loved one in any circumstance, is devastating. The pain and heartbreak is unique to the individual. We mourn […]

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