Pet loss and continuing bonds: An examination of grief reactions in adults and children
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Contributor(s):: Maxwell D. Rappoport
Exploring bereaved older adult pet owner's relationship and grief experiences following the death of a companion animal
Contributor(s):: Sabine B. J. Volkmann
Complicated grief therapy in pet loss: A clinical case study
Contributor(s):: Valerie Russell
Pet Bonding and Pet Bereavement Among Adults
Contributor(s):: Kelli Brosam
This study was designed to examine the relationship between the intensity of bonding and grief responses among adults following the death of their dogs or cats. Three hypotheses were considered: 1) The strength of the bond between an adult and a pet will predict the intensity of grief following...
For Death is But a Passing Phase of Life: Riding The Grief Waves Resulting From The Death of Pet and Human Loss Within a Culturally Fluid World
Contributor(s):: Yoshiko Nonaka
We, as living beings, all cross paths with death of others and of ourselves, as well as the grief that follows. However, people in many cultures and societies are often discouraged from talking about death and dying. Death and grief as a result of it happen in response to not only human loss, but...
Experiencing Pet Loss as a Child: A Parental Perspective
Contributor(s):: Sarah Jayne Parkin
Due to the positive contributions many companion animals make to the lives of others, it is common for individuals to build strong emotional attachments to their pets. Individuals who have strong relationships with their pets are likely to experience an equally strong grief reaction following...
Back Yard Memories
Contributor(s):: Lowell L. Getz
Memories of the pet dogs now buried in our back yard. Brief accounts dealing with what each of the six pet dogs meant to us.
Critical incidents in grieving the death of companion animals
Contributor(s):: David Allan Alexander
This study examined what bereaved pet owners found particularly helpful and particularly difficult in their grieving process. The Critical Incident Technique (CIT) was used. Eight bereaved pet owners identified 87 helping and 44 hindering categories that formed 12 helping and 7 hindering...
When euthanasia is an option : the experience of making end-of-life decisions for companion animals
Contributor(s):: Laurel Horn
It's only a dog! You should just get another cat. You waited too long to take him to the vet as it is. These are some of the common attitudes and reactions that pet owners must often contend with when their companion animals die. Though they may be trying to be understanding and supportive,...
On Lifetimes: Children's Experiences of Companion Animal Death
Contributor(s):: Joshua James Russell
The purpose of this interdisciplinary research project is to investigate children's lived experiences of companion animal death within the Greater Toronto Area. The central research questions are: "What does it mean for children to experience the death of a companion animal? What do...
Experiences of childless women with grief after losing a pet: A phenomenological study
Contributor(s):: Woolledge, Jeanie
Les determinants de l'intensite du deuil a la suite de la perte d'un animal de compagnie: Validation d'un instrument et etude de correlats
Contributor(s):: Lavergne, Annique G.
Factors associated with the human grief experience as a result of the death of a pet
Contributor(s):: Gosse, Gerald Howard
Pet Loss and Human Bereavement: A Phenomenological Study of Attachment and the Grieving Process
Contributor(s):: Michelle K Crossley
Through the analysis of a phenomenological research design, this study examined (a) the lived experiences of pet owners who have experienced the loss of a companion animal; (b) the similarities and differences of human animal attachment as described by a multicultural sample of grieving pet...
Grief resulting from euthanasia and natural death of companion animals
Contributor(s):: McCutcheon, Kelly Anne
Predictors of complicated and uncomplicated grief after the death of a companion animal
Contributor(s):: McCutcheon, Kelly A.
A qualitative/quantitative study of human bereavement responses to the death of an animal companion: Educational implications, resources, guidelines and strategies. (Volumes I-III)
Contributor(s):: McMahon, Sharon May (Girling)
Loss of a companion animal: A study of grief and disenfranchisement of bereaved pet owners
Contributor(s):: Minor, Donna Marie
Domestic pet loss and self reported depression
Contributor(s):: Nieburg, Herbert Alan
The perceptions of elderly persons separated from an animal companion prior to admission to a long term care facility
Contributor(s):: Niehm, Sandy