Coping with Sorrow on the Loss of Your Pet

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Dog Ear Publishing, 2007 - Design - 157 pages
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A wonderful, helpful book filled with information and guidance. Treats this serious subject with sympathetic feelings. An excellent guide allowing us to understand that we are not alone with our grief. Anyone who has a pet should read it. -Dog Week Written with compassion and understanding; truly required reading for any pet owner. -Dog World Coping with Sorrow addresses every aspect of pet loss and grief. Written in a clear, friendly style. It takes a pet owner by the hand and walks him through the stages of bereavement, offering explanations and coping strategies at every step. -Canine Concepts A small gem of a book. Anderson's book fills the need for a comprehensive, yet easily read, publication on pet loss and owner bereavement. The message is one of love, common sense, and practical information. -The Delta Society This book has been needed for a long time-like forever! The wealth of information given by pet owners makes the book come alive. It's a lovely thing, beautifully and generously written from the bottom of a superb writer's heart. -Dog Writers Association of America It gets right to the heart of the issue of pet loss, right to where people are hurting. [Its] warm, down-to-earth language reaches out to a pet owner on the level of friend to friend. -Bloodlines

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User Review  - tungsten_peerts - LibraryThing

This is a worthy little book and probably worth seeking out for the chapter on euthanasia alone if you are facing such a decision. It is also a very good antidote for when you have feckless people ... Read full review

About the author (2007)

Anderson has written professionally for more than 20 years and is widely recognized as an authority on Internet issues for writers. She is associate editor to Inklings.

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