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National Grief Awareness Day: Grieving the loss of a pet

Pets are more than companions – they’re family. Pets provide us with unconditional love and support in a special and unique way. Grieving the passing of a pet can be confusing for a pet owner. Although pet lovers can relate to the heartbreak, grieving the loss of a pet can sometimes be a disenfranchised grief in today’s society. Comments like “it’s just a dog” or “just get another cat” can feel hurtful and isolating. We’re here to reaffirm that the grief you feel as the result of losing a pet is real – and deserves to be acknowledged.   We recognize National Grief Awareness Day on August 30. This day serves as a beneficial time to talk about the feeling of losing a pet and how processing our grief in meaningful ways can help us deal with overwhelming feelings. Below, we offer some meaningful tips to help you process the loss of your beloved pet.    Share your grief. When we’re overwhelmed with feelings of sadness, it can be easy to isolate ourselves. But, talking with others about our grief... Read More

National Immunization Awareness Month: Why it’s important to stay up on your shots!

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Meet our mutts!

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