Library of euthanase pet at home articles and fact sheet guides
These are documents that I am accumulating about euthanase pet at home and aftercare. Some are from sources in the USA, and so ignore telephone numbers that may appear on them
- Helping Children Cope with the death of their pet pdf file download
- Coping With Loss pdf file download
- Do animals grieve? pdf file download
- Euthanasia because of behavioural problems pdf file download
- 20 Things I wish someone had told me about grief pdf file download
- Grief, upset and bereavement pdf file download
- Sometimes, just having your pet’s collar or lead is enough to help you remember the good times.
- Or keeping their ashes near you, in a casket, picture frame or scattered on a favourite walk.
- There is a talented artist in Nottingham who paints beautiful watercolour portraits from a favourite photograph of your pet – search facebook for “paulcookart”
- Laura Gambino does some amazing portraits. I spotted her at the Bakewell Show this year.
- The Ralph Site have a great Artist called Mel Saalfield here and the money goes towards the site.
- A lock of hair. Ask me and I can collect this for you.
Consider how you want to keep it safe.
I do have some small boxes we can use until you decide.
“The Movement’s mission is to raise awareness of, and promote advances in end of life veterinary care and in home compassionate pet euthanasia”.
The Blue Cross Charity has a freephone number you can call. This is a popular initial support service.
Contact: 0800 096 6606
The Ralph Site A good UK based resource of easily understood info and opinion and discussion