But my veterinarian advised me that my end-of-life scenario for my dog wasn’t realistic. In most cases, a natural death, she told me, means prolonged suffering that we don’t always see, because dogs and cats are far more stoic than humans when it comes to pain.
Courtesy of TheNewYorkTimes.com | By Danielle Ofri | Illustration by Yvetta Fedorova | Originally Published 10.28.2018 | Posted 11.30.2018 In a world that relentlessly enforces limits, the love of a pet is a refuge for unconstrained emotion, especially for a... Continue Reading →
Courtesy of TheGuardian.com | By Hannah Ellis Peterson | Originally Published 05.24.2018 | Posted 06.23.2018 Full funeral rites from the monks of Bangkok’s Wat Krathum Suea Pla temple used to be for humans only – until a new and lucrative... Continue Reading →
Story and Photo by Lisa C. Oliver | Posted 05.26.2018 Bella lost her brother Argyris on the night of April 28th, 2018. At eight years old, the Neapolitan mastiffs were littermates, adopted together at 7 weeks of age. Arygris was... Continue Reading →
Courtest of Vice.com | By Frank T. McAndrew | Originally Publishd 04.10.2018 | Posted 05.14.2018 "Many studies show our relationships with dogs can be even more satisfying than our human relationships." Recently, my wife and I went through one of... Continue Reading →
Courtesy of CesarsWay.com | Posted 05.11.2018 A heart-tugging image of a brown Labrador retriever named Hawkeye lying beside the American flag-draped casket of his human companion, Navy SEAL Jon Tumilson, went viral on the internet within hours. Pet lovers were... Continue Reading →
Courtesy of KnoxNews.com | By Amy McRary |Originally Published 04.15.2018 | Posted 05.04.2018 Why does the UT Veterinary Medical Center offer a pet loss support group? (Click below to find out) https://www.knoxnews.com/videos/life/2018/04/11/why-does-ut-veterinary-medical-center-offer-pet-loss-support-group/503010002/ Jennifer Burke grieved six months after Hippie Chick... Continue Reading →