taken from oswegonian.com Posted By: Natalie Brophy When family members die, we hold a funeral service for them as a way to pay tribute to and remember their lives. It is a custom that humans have practiced for thousands of years. So how come more people do not do the same when a furry four-legged member..
Taken from KCTV5.com For many people, pets are much more than a guard dog or a mouse catching cat. They are family. More and more, people are looking for a way to remember them in death akin to the way they would memorialize a human family member, and the metro-area has several options for..
Article from Funeral Business Advisor The growth in pet spending over the past ten years has been remarkable. Therefore, it was fitting the International Cemetery, Crematory and Funeral Association stepped up as an industry leader and established a section focused solely on pet death care services, ethics, and standards. Seven years ago, the Pet..
Who should be permitted to have Emotional Support Animals? Swim with dolphin programs losing popularity. Helping youth grieve the loss of pets. Backyard ingestion hazards for dogs and cats.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS The show begins with Dr. Jeffrey Younggren, Clinical and Forensic Psychologist at University of Missouri. Lori and Jeffrey discuss the current legal and regulatory status of service animals (usually dogs) and Emotional Support Animals (ESAs). There is a lot of misinformation and..
TAMPA, FL (October XX, 2016)—Pet memorial provider The Pet Loss Center, which opened its Tampa location in late August, will host an open house on October 28 and 29 with guided tours and opportunities to learn about the Center’s services. A sneak preview and free Compassion Fatigue seminar will be held for veterinary professionals on..
From Realtor.com By Clare Trapasso Cats, dogs, and even guinea pigs, goldfish, bats, and capybaras can be loving and loyal family members during their lives. So why must owners and their pets be separated in death? It turns out that they don’t have to be—depending on where they live. New York has become the latest among a..
TAMPA, FL (October 7, 2016) — Pet memorial provider The Pet Loss Center will provide free Hurricane Matthew pet relief services for veterinary clinics and families in the Tampa, Orlando, and southeastern areas of Florida through October 21. Anyone seeking free pet hurricane relief services, including assistance with animal rescue efforts, private cremations and grief support,..
Original published on TBO.com By Danielle Hauser Times Correspondent Published: August 19, 2016 Anyone who has lost a pet knows what a difficult time it can be. Now, there is a new facility that helps pet owners with every aspect of losing a pet. The Pet Loss Center is a 6,000-square-foot location in the Town..