Pet loss: a spiritual guide

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Llewellyn Publications, Jan 1, 1998 - Family & Relationships - 258 pages
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Here is the first book to explore the loss of a pet from a broad, spiritual perspective. It addresses the grieving process, the pros and cons of euthanasia, and the logistics of making final arrangements. Find out the psychological facts about the human-animal bond, and learn how to cope with the initial shock of your loss and the following anger, guilt and sadness. Various religious beliefs are presented, with a focus on pagan funeral rituals and meditations.

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User Review  - Alyssa - Goodreads

Some parts are sort of corny and too "New Agey" for me, but overall I did find this to be an invaluable resource when I lost some of my animal companions. It's hard to find books about grief and ... Read full review

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Contents

The Human Pet Bond
1
The Bereavement Process
19
Bereavement Children
65
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About the author (1998)

Harris is an experienced grief counselor for pet loss. She's held a seat on the Board of Directors for the Pet Adoption League and has worked for a pet cemetery.