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Pet Birthstones by Month – April

What is the pet birthstone for April? Pet Birthstones by Month – April. Diamond is the birthstone for all pets born in April. Diamonds are the hardest of all the gems, in fact of all natural minerals.  It’s name comes from the Greek ‘adamas’ which means invincible. Because it is such a hard material it […]

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Pet Grief and Nutrition

Pet Grief and Nutrition

Pet Loss and Eating well The relationship between pet grief and nutrition is often ignored as we tend to focus on the emotional impact of bereavement. But pet loss can affect our bodies just as much as our hearts. When we are grieving it is often difficult to remember to eat well. At times of […]

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Thank you 2021

Thank you 2021 and Goodbye

Thank you 2021 and Goodbye! I can’t say that I’m not pleased to see the back of 2021. When I wrote my round-up of the year last year I genuinely thought that all the covid stuff would be gone by now. And here we are 12 months later and we’re not clear of it…yet. This […]

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Last minute xmas gifts - paws

Last minute Christmas gifts

There’s still time for those last minute Christmas gifts. You can show them that you understand and that you haven’t forgotten that they might be struggling this year. If it’s the first year without their pet make sure you ask them how much they want to be involved in the festivities. Some people want to […]

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How to deal with Dog Loss

How to deal with Dog Loss

How to deal with Dog Loss How to deal with Dog Loss. How do I get over losing my dog? A lovely lady asked me this question last week, and people ask me this question a lot. In my head I think you can’t ‘get over’ losing your dog. Grief isn’t something that you can […]

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What is a Rainbow Bridge Ceremony?

What is a Rainbow Bridge Ceremony?

What is a Rainbow Bridge Ceremony? I am often asked by people what is a Rainbow Bridge Ceremony? Inspired by the Norse poem the Rainbow Bridge is a place where our pets go when they are no longer with us. I find it very comforting to think that there will be a time when I […]

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Pet Bereavement at Christmas

Pet Bereavement at Christmas

Pet Bereavement at Christmas Pet Bereavement at Christmas and Finding Ways to Cope: Christmas can be a very difficult time of year, this year more than any other. Our pets have been our sanity, our joy and our hope this year so you might feel the loss even more sharply. Christmas always brings back our […]

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Good Grief Food - Onion Pie Recipe for pet bereavement

Good Grief Food – Onion Pie

Good Grief Food – Onion Pie Good Grief Food. Recipes that will help to nourish your heart and your body if you are coping with the loss of your pet. Pet bereavement can have a very physical as well as mental impact on your health. Typical symptoms include loss of appetite and difficulty in breathing. […]

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Dog Poems

Dog Poems – memories of your beloved pooch

Dog Poems – celebrate and mourn the life of your beloved dog. Dog Poems. I am often asked ‘should I say some words when I’m burying, scattering, immersing my beloved dog’s ashes?’ The answer is firstly ‘it’s up to you’, but often we just need a little inspiration to think about a suitable way to […]

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Miley Cyrus and Bubba Sue

Miley Cyrus and Bubba Sue

Miley Cyrus and Bubba Sue Miley Cyrus told her loyal followers on Instagram that her pet pig Bubba Sue had passed away. Above a video of her with Bubba Sue who she affectionately called Pig Pig she wrote: “Very sad to say… my dear friend Pig Pig has passed away…. I will miss u always […]

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Sheridan Smith and Panny

Sheridan Smith and Panny

Sheridan Smith and Panny. Sheridan Smith and Panny. The actress Sheridan Smith posted on social media, she accused her boyfriends mother of possibly being involved in the death of her dog. She apologised the following day and removed the Instagram post. It’s not the first time that the actress has been in trouble on social […]

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Lacey Turner and Reg the French Bulldog

Lacey Turner and Reg the French Bulldog

Lacey Turner and Reggie the French Bulldog Lacey Turner and Reggie the French Bulldog. The actress who plays Stacey Fowler in the BBC Soap Opera EastEnders, has announced the death of her dog Reggie on Instagram. Tributes to Reggie She shared a series of pictures captioned with touching memories of the little guy, who loved […]

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Day 41 #SheCan365

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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Robbie Williams and Giggs

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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Feel-Good Chicken Soup

Feel-good Chicken Soup

Feel-good Chicken Soup This feel-good chicken soup recipe was given to me by my good friend Kate at @EastDevonEats, it’s adapted from a traditional Jewish Chicken Soup which they call ‘Jewish Penicillin’, the healing properties of which are totally amazing. I’ve made it a little easier by using shop bought chicken stock but you can […]

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Pet Bereavement Guide

Pet Bereavement Guide Pet Bereavement Guide. When you lose a pet the grief might be sudden and overwhelming. Or it might creep up slowly on you and then hit you with a hammer. Or it can slowly flow along for a year or just a couple of months. What I’m trying to say is that we […]

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