Memorializing Pets (part 2) : Remembering Your Canine Companion and Dog Memorial Ideas

5 x 7 Marble Plaque with Black Steel Stand
Remembering Your Canine Companion: Dog Memorial Ideas The loss of a dog can leave scars on the heart that can be difficult to heal. From the wet nose to the wagging tail, our dogs bring joy like no other thing on earth can. If you are dealing with the loss of your dog, consider memorializing them as a way of remembering your time together. Urns and Markers For dogs who have been cremated, a beautiful urn can be the perfect final resting place. There are so m.....

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Memorializing Pets (part 1)

Three Examples of Pet Memorials in Children’s Literature
“My Heart Will Always Wear the Pawprints Left By You”: Memorializing Pets To many people, pets are important members of the family. Like when any other family member has passed on, it is important to memorialize your companion. It reminds us of all of the precious moments that we had the honor to share with these four-legged friends and assures that they will never be forgotten. Pet memorials are not a modern concept. Current estimates place dog domestication back 15,.....

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Helping Children Cope with the Death of a Pet

8 x 12 x 2 Granite Marker
For most children, a beloved pet is their first best friend. Sadly, pets are often also a child’s first experience with loss. Because children do not have the same cognitive ability to deal with their emotions or understand their world at the level that adults do, it is up to the adults in their life to help them work through the very complicated process of understanding, grieving, and accepting death. The first step in this process is telling the child that their pet has died. Try t.....

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