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The veterinarian's guide to pet loss: Preventing the preventable, preventing the inevitable, grieving without regrets

By Myrna Milani

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Abstract For veterinarians and other animal-caregivers as well as the animals' owners , the loss of a pet by any means can be even more painful in today's more complex and stressful world. Veterinarian Myrna Milani uses her 35+ years of experience in animal health, behavior, and the human-animal bond to help readers achieve 3 goals: Prevent the preventable causes of pet loss; prepare ourselves and others for losses that can't be prevented; and ensure that regrets don't hamper the healing process.
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Christopher C Charles

Purdue University

Date 2011
Pages 272
ISBN/ISSN 9780943290089
Publisher Fainshaw Press
Location of Publication Charlestown, New Hampshire
Language English
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  1. Death
  2. Grief
  3. Pet loss
  4. Pet ownership