Saying Good-Bye to Your Beloved Pet
From the author, Dana Durrance, M.A.:
“I’ve written this booklet especially for you to deal with the illness and impending death of your beloved companion animal. My goal is to help and support you as you move through this difficult time.”
Topics covered include:
- What next?
- Preparing for euthanasia
- If you love a horse, exotic pet, or farm animal
- and much more….
This is in PDF format, not hard copy format. You can choose to read this on your computer, or print a copy to read offline. (26 pages) There is no shipping charge as this will be a direct download to your computer. You will receive emailed download instructions following your purchase! Because this item is free of charge, you will not be required to enter any credit card information if ordering just this download. If you are ordering with other products, you will see this product as “$0.00” on your order form.
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