You are probably going to want to grab some tissues before clicking through to read the full article. Carole Oser shares from what she has learned through experience about the need to allow the other fur-kids, the pack, to grieve the loss of one of their own. From “CARING FOR THE GRIEF CARRIED BY YOUR SURVIVING DOGS“:
“We have owned dogs for more than 46 years, and for 36 years we’ve had more than one at a time. Every dog owner knows the deep grief and mourning that takes place after a beloved pet passes away, a loss that often takes place when a tough decision is made for compassionate euthanasia. We now have considerably more understanding of the grief involved for the owners and the surviving dogs than we did 36 years ago when we lost our first baby.”
Carole eloquently writes about the positive and healthy difference it made to allow the entire family to be a part of one of the fur-kids transition over the rainbow bridge. CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE.