Goodbye, dear friend: coming to terms with the death of a pet
In this much needed book, problem page columnist Virginia Ironside recounts some of the experiences of those of us (from ordinary people today to Freud and Sir Walter Scott) who have loved and lost a pet causing enormous distress to the grieving pet owners, Unsentimental, sympathetic, concise and to the point. Goodbye, Dear Friend is a must for every pet owner and will bring comfort and solace at a time when one feels most alone.
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Goodbye, Dear Friend: Coming to Terms with the Death of a Pet
Limited preview - 2014
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