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March 22, 2005: 7:02 PM I just found out today that our little Georgia, the love of our life has lymphatic cancer. She’s a 4 year old English Bulldog, and just an amazing little soul. She is the sweetest, most … Continue reading
Over the years, I’ve had the privilege of meeting a lot of amazing people, many of whom have found creative ways to honor their beloved pets and to improve the lives of other animals in need. Sometimes the ideas start … Continue reading
When wrestling with end-of-life decisions for your pet, it’s important to recognize that there is never a perfect time to say goodbye to someone you love. However, by asking yourself a few key questions and then listening to your heart, hopefully you can find the clarity that you need to make the decision that is right for you and your beloved animal companion. Continue reading
Enter your dog or cat in the 2013 Save-An-Angel Calendar Contest. All proceeds benefit dogs with cancer to help them receive lifesaving medical treatments. Continue reading
So Easy to Love, So Hard to Lose is a very comprehensive, yet easy-to-absorb resource that I recommend for any pet parent who is facing an imminent loss of a beloved pet, to help them through the long journey of grief that often starts long before the animal passes. Continue reading
The field of animal hospice is one which continues to grow, as more and more pet parents have expectations that the range of medical and end-of-life care available for humans should also be extended to their animal loved ones as … Continue reading
According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, the ears are a mini-map of all of the acupuncture points in the entire body, which means that by massaging your dog’s ears, you can actually stimulate and invigorate all of the organs in the body, helping to improve their wellness and vitality. Continue reading