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A Disenfranchised loss – companion animal death
Contributor(s):: Dawson, Susan Elisa
A Horse Named Lady
Contributor(s):: Bentsen, Erika
Adjustment to the Death of a Companion Animal
Contributor(s):: Gerwolls, Marilyn K., Labott, Susan M.
An Exploratory Study of Veterinary Professionals' Self-Reported Support of Bereaved Clients Before, During, and After Companion Animal Euthanasia in Southwestern Ontario, Canada
Contributor(s):: Matte, A. R., Khosa, D. K., Meehan, M. P., Coe, J. B., Niel, L.
Association between life events and change in depressive symptoms in Hong Kong Chinese elderly
Contributor(s):: Chan, Dicken, Kwok, Anthony, Leung, Jason, Yuen, Kay, Choy, Dicky, Leung, Ping Chung
Bereavement of older persons: Death of a pet
Contributor(s):: Shirley, V.A. , Mercier, J.
Bereavement-Loss of a Pet and Loss of a Human
Contributor(s):: Rajaram, Shireen S., Garrity, Thomas F., Stallones, Lorann, Marx, Martin B.
This study investigates the impact of the loss of a pet on the owner in comparison with the loss of a significant human, in a national probability sample of 1,232 noninstitutionalized U.S. residents 65 years and older. The difference was examined according to gender, race, and amount of available...
Best Damm Dog We Ever Had": Some Folkloristic And Anthropological Observations On San Francisco's Presidio Pet Cemetery
Contributor(s):: Meyer, Richard E., Gradwohl, David M.
Continuing bonds and psychosocial adjustment in pet loss
Contributor(s):: Packman, Wendy, Field, Nigel P., Carmack, Betty J., Ronen, Rama
This study investigated continuing bonds (CB) expressions among bereaved pet owners and the relationship between CB expressions and psychosocial adjustment. The sample included 33 participants who had lost a dog or cat within the past year. Participants who responded to a differentiated set of 12...
Dead Pets: Satire and Sentiment in British Elegies and Epitaphs for Animals
Contributor(s):: Tague, Ingrid H.
Extended suicide with a pet
Contributor(s):: Cooke, Brian K.
Contributor(s):: Grinnan, Edward
Fare thee well: how to help owners (and yourself) deal with the death of a beloved pet
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Contributor(s):: Al Bentz, C. Bach
Grieving pet death: Normative, gender, and attachment issues
Contributor(s):: Wrobel, Thomas A., Dye, Amanda L.
Grieving the Loss of a Pet Needs the Health System Recognition
Contributor(s):: Bidhu K. Mohanti
Globally there is increased presence of pets in the households. This non-human relationship, with its dimensions of physical and emotional bonds, can get severely jolted on the death of the companion animal. It sets a feeling, ‘our life is now left with a void and the house feels utterly...
Hoddit the Healer
Contributor(s):: Coleman, Caroline
Man's Best Friend: Property or Family Member - An Examination of the Legal Classification of Companion Animals and Its Impact on Damages Recoverable for Their Wrongful Death or Injury
Contributor(s):: William C. Root
In the United States, there is nearly one pet for every two Americans. Further, approximately 124 million dogs and cats live in American households. In one study, forty-five percent of dog owners reported that they take their pets on vacation. Another recent survey revealed that more than half of...
Offering hospice care for pets
Contributor(s):: Cooney, K.
Online survey as empathic bridging for the disenfranchised grief of pet loss
Contributor(s):: Packman, W., Carmack, B. J., Katz, R., Carlos, F., Field, N. P., Landers, C.
Owners' Perceptions of Their Animal's Behavioural Response to the Loss of an Animal Companion
Contributor(s):: Jessica K. Walker, Natalie K. Waran, Clive J.C. Phillips
The loss of a companion animal is recognised as being associated with experiences of grief by the owner, but it is unclear how other animals in the household may be affected by such a loss. Our aim was to investigate companion animals’ behavioural responses to the loss of a companion...