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Resources for Those Grieving the Loss of a Pet

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It is becoming more and more socially acceptable not only to treat our pets as members of our families, but to also openly grieve when that fated day arrives and we lose a beloved pet. If we're lucky, we're surrounded by loved ones who are also pet lovers and understand the depth and pain of losing a pet.

As surprising as it may sound, studies show that people often have a more difficult time dealing with the loss of a pet, than with the loss of a human family member. This starts to make sense when you consider the degree of unconditional love that we receive from our pets, the fact that they are there to greet us at the end of every day, and that for many people, their pets are the primary companion in their lives. This is especially true in the elderly community.

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Do Pets Grieve?

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Dear Dr. Florez, I will give you a quick synopsis of my cats. They are moggies (cats) both aged 12-1/2 years. Gentle (a misnomer) has been with me since she was one month and Lotto since he was three months. He is very furry and overweight and she is short haired and small. When she was about two we discovered a fatty liver and she was put onto RD and I fed him too as he was already plump. They ate it for years but he did not lose weight!

After a few years they got a bit fed up so they went onto a food called Obesity. Not impressed so I put them onto Royal Canin indoor much to the disgust of my vet. Slight exaggeration. Any case she is small weighs about five kilo and acts like a six month old during her mad half hour.

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Tips for Buying a Pet-Friendly Home

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Your pet is as much a part of your family as you are, so it’s only natural that you should want to buy a home that has pet-friendly features.

If you’re a first-time home buyer, this could be the first time that you’ve taken your pet into consideration when choosing a place to live. Knowing what to look for can help you make a decision that will make you and your pet happy for years to come. 

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The Animal's Savior

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I looked at all the caged animals in the shelter...the cast-offs of human society.

I saw in their eyes love and hope, fear and dread, sadness and betrayal.

And I was angry.

"God," I said, "this is terrible! Why don't you do something?"

God was silent for a moment and then He spoke softly.

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Wondercide Natural Pest Control for Pets Appear on @SharkTankABC

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You’ve heard us talk about the all-natural pest control collection from Wondercide before and there’s a good reason why - they offer the only safe, effective way to naturally protect your home and pets with solutions for pest control! 

Choosing safe products for our pets and homes has never been more important. With mosquitoes bringing West Nile Virus in the west, and now the Zika virus waging war on our friends in the south (not to mention the millions of other parasites and diseases we have to worry about with Flea and Tick Season - especially when it comes to Lyme Disease).

It's very easy to go overboard on insect repellents to keep our kids and pets safe. But what we often wind up doing is dousing our loved ones with toxic chemicals (that can create many other problems) in an effort to protect them from a potential illness. 

Now, thanks to Wondercide, you can protect them safely and naturally. 

Wondercide offers many pest-fighting solutions and an entire line of holistic, easy to use pet care products. And, it’s proudly made in the U.S.A. Wondercide protects our homes, families, dogs and cats from fleas, ticks and household pests, using only non-toxic, food-grade ingredients. 

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