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Perhaps some of these books might be helpful during your time of grieving for your beloved pet. Clicking on any of the book covers links you directly to that book on Amazon.com. Perhaps you can learn more about that particular book, check the availability, the current discount price, & even buy it on-line if you so desire.

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"What to Do When A Loved One Dies" is a no-nonsense yet compassionate journey through what, for most of us, will be a confusing and emotionally challenging time. I found every section of this book full of practical information that anyone would find extremely helpful when faced with the death, or impending death, of a loved one.

Dr. Shaw's considerable knowledge of the subject as well as her concern for the individual shines through on nearly every page of her book. With sections as diverse as "The Death of a Child," and "Grief," to "Preparing Children for the Death of A Loved One" or "The Death of a Pet" and even "What to Wear to an Interview" there is, bound within the pages of this work, something everyone will find useful.

 

 

Burial-Cremation Consumer Guide
A Self-Help Reference Guide for Learning How to Reduce the Cost of Dying

Be Your Own Undertaker
A. R. Bowman / Paperback / Published 1992

Burial-Cremation Consumer Guide
A Self-Help Reference Guide for Learning How to Reduce the Cost of Dying
Regina Lee / Paperback / Published 1993

Caring for Your Own Dead : Final Act of Love
Lisa Carlson / Paperback / Published 1998

Creating Your Own Funeral Or Memorial Service - A Workbook
Stephanie West Allen / Paperback / 1988

Dealing Creatively With Death : A Manual of Death Education and Simple Burial
Ernest Morgan, Jenifer Morgan (Editor) / Paperback / Published 1994

Death to Dust
The perfect book for simple explanations of a very disturbing subject.

Grave Exodus : Tending to Our Dead in the Twenty-First Century
Xavier A. Cronin / Hardcover / Published 1996

Profits of Death : An Insider Exposes the Death Care Industries
Darryl J. Roberts / Paperback / Published 1997

The Affordable Funeral : Going in Style, Not in Debt
Roe E. Markin / Paperback / Published 1996

The American Way of Death Revisited
Jessica Mitford / Hardcover / Published 1998

The American Way of Death
Jessica Mitford / Hardcover / Published 1993

The Death Care Industries in the United States
Ronald G. E. Smith / Hardcover / Published 1996

The Funeral Homes Industry
Marketdata Enterprises Inc / Pamphlet / Published 1997

The High Cost of Dying : A Guide to Funeral Planning
Gregory W. Young / Hardcover / Published 1994

The Undertaking : Life Studies from the Dismal Trade
Thomas Lynch / Paperback / Published 1997

What Happens When You Die : From Your Last Breath to the First Spadeful
Robert T. Hatch / Paperback / Published 1995

 

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  • Coping With Sorrow on the Loss of Your Pet
    By Moira K. Anderson

    A comprehensive, compassionate, and "user friendly" guide to every aspect of pet loss bereavement. In this book, you'll find out why it's normal and OK to grieve the loss of a pet--you're not crazy or alone! The types and stages of grief are discussed, and you'll also find some tested coping strategies (suggested by pet owners like you) to help you cope with the different aspects of grief.

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    My Personal Pet Remembrance Journal
    By Enid S. Traisman

    This remembrance journal is especially for you. It is a special place for you to share the feelings that have arisen since the death of your beloved pet. Here you can write down your thoughts and feelings that are ever-present and ever-changing. In your journal you can privately go over the details of your loss and it's effect on you.

    Your reaction to the death of your pet is as unique and individual as was your relationship. Your personal grief reaction is affected by your experience with previous losses, how closely bonded you were to your pet, cause of death, support system and your personal nature. My hope is that this guided journal will help you as you move along the challenging journey ahead of you. - Enid.


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    It's Okay To Cry
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    It's Okay To Cry contains the voices of 62 people whose pets have died. There are stories of people who have lost their dogs, cats, birds, rabbits, horses, and other animal companions. People from all walks of life come together to share their stories with you. There are stories from pet owners, veterinarians, animal trainers, zoo keepers, dog wardens, policemen, firemen, war veterans, children, celebrities and pet counselors. Reading their stories will help you realize that you are not alone. The stories will give you hope that you can heal the pain of loss. Each touching story will bring tears to your eyes and comfort to your heart.

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    In Remembrance of a Special Dog : A Collection of Inspirational Writings
    By Richard F.X. O'Connor


    This collection of prose and verse is meant to comfort those whose animal friend is waiting for them at "Rainbow Bridge."

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    Pet Loss : A Spiritual Guide
    by Eleanor L. Harris

    Sometimes as "pet owners" we don't realize how close we are to our animal companions until we lose them, and even then we're afraid or ashamed to openly mourn and memorialize them. In Pet Loss, Eleanor Harris offers valuable advice on handling this feeling of awkwardness. Rather than repressing the emotions that surround a pet's death, Harris encourages her readers to express the pain they feel and the love they remember.

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    The Other Side of Death
    By Jan Price


    In a thought-provoking narrative written in the tradition of Embraced by the Light, a noted spiritual researcher offers an unforgettable firsthand account of her journey beyond life. Jan Price shares this account of her near-death experience and the lessons it taught her--precious lessons of guilt and punishment, life and love, earth and eternity.

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    Cold Noses at the Pearly Gates
    Gary Kurz

    There are no words that can change the feeling of emptiness we feel with the loss of that special "friend" who shared our heart and life.
    Their unconditional love and devotion are missed as much as their splendid and unique personality. But we can replace the grief with joyful anticipation when we realize that there is hope and comfort to be found. The words of this book are offered to guide you to that place.
    You may begin this book a skeptic, but you will end it with a newfound hope and a lot to think about.

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    The Tenth Good Thing about Barney
    by Judith Viorst, Erik Blegvad (Illustrator)

    "In simple phrases narrated by a child whose cat, Barney, has just died, the author succinctly and honestly handles both the emotions stemming from the loss of a beloved pet and the questions about the finality of death which naturally arise in such a situation../ ../ An unusually good book that handles a difficult subject straightforwardly."--The Horn Book.

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    Angel Pawprints : Reflections on Loving and Losing a Canine Companion
    by Laurel E. Hunt (Editor)

    The loss of a cherished pet is a deeply painful experience. This unique approach to pet loss books presents a poignant collection of poetry and stories written as tributes to dogs and will tug at the heartstrings of dog lovers. It provides comfort and healing for anyone mourning the loss of a beloved dog. Including authors both famous and unknown from the 1800's to the present and compiled in one volume for the first time, these memorials form a heartwarming book for dog lovers, and a thoughtful gift of condolences. Beautifully illustrated with many vintage photographs of dogs.

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  • Pet Loss : A Thoughtful Guide for Adults & Children
    By Herbert A. Nieburg, Arlene Fischer, Martin Scot Kosins

    The death of a pet can cause enormous feelings of sorrow, guilt, and loneliness for children and adults alike. Unfortunately, these feelings are often ignored or downplayed, and pet owners find themselves unable to express real grief. This book encourages those who have suffered the loss of a pet to acknowledge such grief and tells them how to cope with the situation.

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    The Loss of a Pet
    By Wallace Sife


    This is the Maxwell award-winning best book of 1993, now revised and expanded, and in paperback. It is a self-help guide to understanding and better enduring the pet bereavement process. A special chapter on children and the death of their pets is particularly expansive and useful. This easy-to-read book covers all possible aspects in the grief and loss of a beloved pet. It is designed for the average person who is going through this special kind of anguish. It explains all the stages of bereavement, and how they affect us at this time.

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    Goodbye, Friend : Healing Wisdom for Anyone Who Has Ever Lost a Pet
    By Gary Kowalski

    This book covers subjects like talking to children about death, the healing power of nature and creating ceremonies to honor a dead pet. The author, who was facing the prospect of losing his own dog, Chinook, when he wrote this book, shares some beautiful reflections on birth and death and the continuum of life. His love for his own dog, his wisdom about animals, and his gentle, reflective spirit have combined to create a poignant and wonderful book.

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    In Remembrance of a Special Cat : A Collection of Inspirational Writings
    By Richard F.X. O'Connor


    The ideal gift for someone who has lost an animal friend. "Rainbow Bridge," inspired this collection, and is included in this small gift book to help anyone who has suffered the loss of a pet.

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    Cracker still lives here
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    This book covers many issues associated with the loss of a pet.

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    The Final Farewell; Preparing for and Mourning the Loss of Your Pet
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    The Final Farewell combines the expertise of a bereavement counselor with that of an expert in after-death pet care. It includes information about euthanasia and the grieving process, and explains in detail all the options available to people when their pets die. Unlike other books on pet loss, it is meant to be read in advance of a pet's death, when the reader is in a better position to make those kinds of decisions.

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    Dog Heaven
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    A comforting and smile-inducing poetic text speculates on the place where all good dogs go, describing Dog Heaven as a wonderful location filled with countless ham biscuits, good meals, lots of petting, and endless stretches of fields to run in.

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    Cat Heaven
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    Maya's First Rose : Diary of a Very Special Love
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    Maya's First Rose offers Kosin's deeply moving tribute to the dog he loves for 18 wonderful years. From the days of Maya's youth to the sad and courageous years of her decline, this exhilarating memoir captures the magical bond that can grow between humans and animals.

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    The death of an animal friend is often completely devastating. This book of poems shows how the author turned the pain of pet loss into a healing experience and is a memorial to a pet rabbit named Poochie, whose life and death changed the author forever. For those who have ever suffered the loss of a beloved pet, here is a book that will validate your own feelings of pain and sorrow, and recognizes your need to grieve.

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    Written by: Gina Dalpra-Berman, Illustrated by: Barbara Hoss-Schneider

    Gina Dalpra-Berman's vivid children's picturebook, Remembering Pets, is written specifically for young people who have lost a treasured animal companion. It is about remembering the joys shared with a favorite bird, dog, cat, turtle, or other creature that bestowed unconditional love upon its owner. Remembering Pets tells a young person that it is OK to grieve for the loss of a beloved animal, and to embrace the joys of a new pet. Highly recommended for any child who has outlived his or her cherished animal friend.

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