Death - and any form of loss - is an invitation to pause, reflect, process, integrate and, when the time is right, remerge with a truer version of ourself. And isn't that a happy ending in and of itself? Happy and sad are not mutually exclusive states, our capacity to feel is not a simple
Category: Animal hospice care
Animal hospice care is an unknown concept to most vets. If you are considering accompanying the dying process of your pet when they have reached the end of their life, discuss this option with your vet to find out where they stand and if they are interested in educating themselves on the topic to be
Grieving the death of a pet is just a real and deep as grieving the loss of a person. This article is about where I found warmth, comfort and peace after loosing a pet.
Our companion animals take such a special and unique place in our hearts, it's important to consider how we'd like to remember them once they are gone.
Dying is as much a part of living as being born. Most pets die by euthanasia. Is this because it's always the kindest way or is it just a lack of education that animal hospice care is available, doable and preserves the dignity of the animal? Here is some food for thought on the topic
A dog that is unable to get up anymore and walk can still have good quality of life. Helping such a dog to toilet is a problem to be overcome, here are some ideas.
Thoughts on and experiences with animal communication generally and at end of life in particular.
Loss of mobility doesn't need to be your dog's death sentence. With creativity and help from family, friends and the wider community when needed your dog can continue a life worth living.
What is animal hospice? What are normal symptoms of the dying process? Helping a dog to die on his own terms, in his own time.