Helping Children through a Pet’s Euthanasia
One of the hardest challenges for parents is talking to their children about death. From the author, Dana Durrance, M.A.:
“I’ve written this booklet for you if you are supporting a child through pet loss. My goal is to give you the most helpful information so that you can support your child in the best way possible.”
Topics covered include:
- Children and Grief
- Supporting a child through euthanasia
- Describing euthanasia to a child
- Supporting a child after pet death
- and much more….
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What Customers Say
I just wanted to write a brief note to thank you and your staff. Today, Sunday September 7, 2003, I had to take my black lab named Jack into the State University Animal Hospital to be euthanized. He fought a very tough battle with lymphoma. I was blessed with Jack eight years ago and my life will never be the same without him. Jack and I went everywhere together. Today was the toughest thing that I have ever had to do in thirty-two years. I had to have my best friend put to sleep and to say good-bye to him. After everything was over with, the doctor took him out of the room for a few minutes to transfer him into a box so that I could take him home. The doctor brought Jack back out to me along with this wonderful surprise, a ClayPaws print from Jack. I can’t thank you and your staff enough for this. I will always cherish Jack’s paw print. Thank you.