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Stories and Resources from Remember a Pet

A beloved pet makes a lasting impact, and the loss of a pet leaves a tremendous gap. Grieving or preparing to grieve the loss of a pet is an emotional process that takes time and healing. We want to help you find ways to celebrate the memory of your or your client’s pet and share inspiring stories about the impact Remember a Pet has on animals and families around the world.

Is There Such a Thing as Too Much Grief?

Is There Such a Thing as Too Much Grief?

Posted by Evelyn Pryor on

Every pet owner dreads the day that their beloved companion is no longer with them. And when you do experience that loss, there is an intense feeling of emptiness. Everyone experiences grief differently and there are healthy and unhealthy ways of dealing with grief. And while there's not necessar...

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What is Pet Hospice?

What is Pet Hospice?

Posted by Evelyn Pryor on

Pets age just like humans do--tragically, they age much faster. And coping with the impending loss of a beloved pet is one of the most difficult things any pet parent can face. Advances in veterinary care now make it possible to do more to save pets, and while you do need to consider how much you...

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Fourth of July with Dogs: How to Keep Pets Safe

Fourth of July with Dogs: How to Keep Pets Safe

Posted by Evelyn Pryor on

It's the season of picnics, barbeques, and, of course, fireworks. Unfortunately, it's also a time of extreme stress for man's best friend. Spending the Fourth of July with dogs can be just as much fun for your dog as it is for you if you take steps to keep your dog happy, healthy, and safe. Here'...

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The Top 3 Reasons to Work Out With Your Pet This Summer

The Top 3 Reasons to Work Out With Your Pet This Summer

Posted by Evelyn Pryor on

You need a workout. Your dog needs something better to do than eat your shoes. You love each other and depend on each other. It's a match made in heaven. There are tons of great reasons to work out with your pet this summer. Here are three of the biggest reasons (other than the undying love of yo...

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The Quick Guide to Traveling With Your Dog

The Quick Guide to Traveling With Your Dog

Posted by Evelyn Pryor on

When you thought about your next vacation, did you consider bringing your dog?  But part of being a responsible pet owner is knowing how to care for your dog in all situations. That includes travel. Here's what you need to know if you plan to bring your dog on the next family vacation.   Mode of ...

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3 Dog-Friendly Places to Visit in the U.S.

3 Dog-Friendly Places to Visit in the U.S.

Posted by Evelyn Pryor on

Why not take a vacation in some of the most dog-friendly places in the country? If you're hounding the Internet for ideas, here are three places that have happily gone to the dogs.   San Diego, California Chasing a Frisbee on a beach is paradise for many dogs, and you won't find a better location...

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Flea and Tick Prevention Tips for Dogs

Flea and Tick Prevention Tips for Dogs

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It's almost summer, which means it's time for BBQ and playing catch with your dog in the sunshine. Unfortunately, it's also time for your least favorite job: flea and tick prevention. These tiny parasites can cause serious health issues in your dog if left alone. Here's how to spot them and how t...

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3 Care Tips for Aging Pets

3 Care Tips for Aging Pets

Posted by Evelyn Pryor on

Caring for aging pets can be confusing, complicated, and often frustrating. But at the end of the day, your pet is part of your household, through thick and thin. You want to be there for them just like they were always there for you. Here are three things you need to know about caring for an agi...

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How You Can Help This Animal Disaster Preparedness Day

How You Can Help This Animal Disaster Preparedness Day

Posted by Evelyn Pryor on

The veterinary community is essential to ensure animal safety during a disaster. Many people think of their families but fail to consider the animals who rely on them. This is where a vet comes in. Your role goes deeper than veterinary care--it's your job to educate pet owners on what they need t...

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