Grieving the Death of a Pet

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Augsburg Books, 2003 - Family & Relationships - 119 pages
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Because our relationships with our animal companions are unlike human relationships, the death of a pet is like no other loss that we will experience. In this book, Betty J. Carmack draws on the wisdom of Ecclesiastes, her own experience, and interviews with dozens of pet lovers to guide the reader through the initial loss of a pet to the dawning of new hope and reassurance.

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Not As Christian-Based As You're Led To Believe

User Review  - Dumpling - Christianbook.com

About two years ago, following the devistating loss of my beloved canine child, I selected this book souly based on its Christian-themed table of contents. After having read it though, I contacted ... Read full review

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User Review  - Joan Amato - Christianbook.com

I lost my husband in January and my daughter stood beside me and held me up during his funeral. Three months later, she lost her beloved Lakota, a beautiful lab/shepard mix whom she rescued. She had ... Read full review

Contents

A Time to Love
5
A Time to Get Ready 4
19
A Time to Let Go t
45
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About the author (2003)

Betty is a nurse who has worked as a pet loss couselor for twenty years.

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