A few weeks ago, I asked my facebook friends a question about pet loss and grief. Interestingly enough, one of the most common responses had to do with knowing when it's time to euthanize a pet. And that led me to the idea that maybe I should curate some information that helps people on that topic. With this in-mind, I contacted my veterinary channel partners and asked [...]
There's no "do overs" when caring for your pet's remains. Unfortunately, many San Diego families have suffered the anguish that comes with choosing the wrong company. The effects of even the smallest error can be devastating and cannot be undone.
Whether you need immediate assistance because your horse has died unexpectedly, or want to plan for a euthanasia that may be close-at-hand, it’s important to choose a large animal removal service that meets your needs. In this post, I discuss equine aftercare options, taking a look at rendering, burial, and cremation.
In my work, I frequently come in contact with people who are suffering from the loss of a beloved equine companion. Looking through the comments on my facebook page, I see expressions of love, grief, kindness, and appreciation when these people write about the loss of their horse.
To many equestrians losing a horse is like losing a member of the family. Many horses are loyal friends and companions and offer their owners unconditional love and comfort that is almost impossible to get from a human being.