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      When you lose a companion animal...Support Services

      Oringally posted by d2roberts 06-06-2005 10:13 AM

      On Saturday, through the Delta Program, I saw a wonderful speaker on the Human/Animal Bond Trust, and dealing with grief.

      She spoke of how to help your animals deal with grief, preparing, if possible. Why we (humans) suffer so much, and why we’re not allowed to grieve in our society. Steps in helping with the grieving process, etc.

      Here are some numbers you can call at anytime if you or someone you know needs help dealing with the recent death of their companion animal, whether it is a dog, cat, or any animal.

      Hotline Numbers:

      Staffed by the University of California-Davis veterinary students:
      Weekdays, 6:30 to 9:30 PM, PT
      916.752.4200

      Staffed by Ohio State university veterinary students and IAMS
      Monday, Wednesday, Friday
      6:30 to 9:30 PM, ET
      614.292.1823

      IAMS Pet Loss Support Resource Center
      888.332.7738

      The American Society for The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals
      24 hours Stephanie LaFarge, PH.D
      800.946.4646 pin #140-7211 and leave your number

      Websites:

      Human Animal Bond Trust:
      www.humananimalbondtrust.org
      School of Veterinary Medicine
      University of California
      http://www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/animal...tives/main.htm
      Pet Overpopulation:
      302 Found
      Scholarly Society for Human/Animal Bond:
      302 Found
      Animal Assisted Therapy:
      302 Found
      Dog and Cat Care Guidelines:
      http://www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/CCAB/dogcat.htm
      Argus Institute for Families and Veterinary Medicine
      http://www.argusinstitute.colostate.edu
      Humane Society of Boulder Valley
      http://www.boulderhumane.org

      Recommended Reading:

      For Children:

      When a Pet Dies
      Rogers, F., Putnam Publishing, 1988

      Dog Heaven
      Rylant, C., Scholastic, Inc., Blue Sky Press, 1995

      The Tenth Good Thing About Barney
      Viorst, J., Antheneum, 1972

      Charlotte's Web
      White, E., Harper and Row, 1952

      For Adults:
      Coping With Sorrow on the Loss of Your Pet
      Anderson, M., Peregrine Press, 1987

      The Grieving Child: A Parent's Guide
      Fitzgerald, H., Fireside, (1992)

      To Dance With the White Dog
      Kay, T., Washington Square Press, 1990

      Pet Loss and Human Bereavement
      Kay, W., et al, Iowa State University Press, 1984

      Animals as Teachers & Healers
      McElroy, S., NewSage Press, 1996

      A Final Act of Caring: Ending the Life of An Animal Friend
      Montgomery, M. and Montgomery, H., Montgomery Press, 1993

      Pet Loss: A Thoughtful Guide for Adults and Children
      Neiburg, H., et al, Harper and Row, 1982

      It's Okay to Cry: Warm, Compassionate Stories that Help You Find Hope and Healing After the Death of a Beloved Pet
      Quintana, M.L., Veleba, S.L., & King, H., K & K Communications, (1998)

      How Do You Tell the Children: A Step-by-Step Guide for Helping Children Two to Teen Cope When Someone Dies
      Schaffer, D. & Lyons, C., Newmarket Press, (1993)

      The Loss of a Pet: A Guide to Coping With the Grieving Process When a Pet Dies
      Sife, Wallace, MacMillan Pub. Howell Book House, (1998)

      My Personal Pet Remembrance Journal
      Traisman, E., Direct Book Services, (800) 776-2665, 1996

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