The death of a much-loved pet is an emotionally stressful time when tensions often run high between family members and relationships are stressed. Feelings can be confusing and the sense of grief overwhelming. A clearer idea of events surrounding your pets passing can be a first step on the road to emotional recovery along with an understanding of the emotions you are feeling. Decisions to be made after the death of a pet and the handling of delicate situations can also be an additional stress factor. This article provides a comprehensive overview of common emotions you might be experiencing and why you may be feeling them. Methods of coping personally with your loss and how to help your family are discussed along with details of organisations you may contact for further advice. The content covered is an essential read for those struggling with the grieving process and aims to give tips and explanations that will help you and others around you.
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Bereavement – coping with the loss of a pet is an article written by Vital Pet Health’s veterinary qualified contributor Mark Stuart Jeffrey BVetMed MRCVS.
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