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  1. Issues of grief and bereavement related to the loss of a pet: Implications for the psychologist

    Contributor(s):: Fiske, Jan Elaine

  2. Life after dog: The experience of pet loss and bereavement and their implications for healthcare providers

    Contributor(s):: Bobier, Michelle Beth

  3. Owner grieving following companion animal death

    Contributor(s):: Adams, Cindy Lou

  4. Risk indicators for grief symptoms after the death of a pet: Does quality of attachment make a difference?

    Contributor(s):: Henry, Christine Marie

  5. The grieving process and the loss of a beloved pet: A study of clinical relevance

    Contributor(s):: Drake-Hurst, Elaine

  6. The meaning of stressful life experiences as described by nine to eleven year old children: a phenomenological study

    Contributor(s):: Jacobson, G. A.

  7. The social construction of bereavement: An application to pet loss

    Contributor(s):: Boyce, Patricia Simino

  8. Understanding death in cultural context: A study of Mexican children and their families

    Contributor(s):: Gutierrez, Isabel T.

  9. When the bond is broken : companion animal death and adult human grief

    Contributor(s):: Bloom, Mary M.

  10. The final farewell: preparing for and mourning the loss of your pet

    Contributor(s):: Tousley, Marty, Katherine, Heuerman

  11. When helping hurts : compassion fatigue and the veterinary care professional

    Contributor(s):: Ayl, Kathleen

  12. The loss and death of a pet

    Contributor(s):: McMahon, Sharon M.

  13. Companion Animal Loss in a Clinical Veterinary Practice Medical Setting

    Contributor(s):: Robin A. Lambert, Andrea Nesmith (adviser)

    Full article available for download on September 23rd, 2014. The majority of American households own a pet; however, despite the widespread popularity of companion animal ownership, modern society does not regard companion animal loss as “socially significant” loss, making this a form of...

  14. University of Missouri launches new program to combat the grief of pet loss

    Forum › general-discussion › new-initiatives--projects

    The University of Missouri has recently launched its new grief counseling program, Together in Grief, Easing Recovery (TIGER). The program, based out of the College of Veterinary Medicine, has been...

  15. All Dogs May Go to Heaven. These Days, Some Go to Hospice.

    Forum › general-discussion › the-human-animal-bond-in-the-media

    “More and more, cats and dogs get the human treatment. There are pet spas, pet therapists, pet clothes. And as it goes in life, so it now goes in the twilight. The latest phenomenon: pet...

  16. Punitive Damage Awards in Pet-Death Cases: How Do the Ratio Rules of State Farm v. Campbell Apply?

    Contributor(s):: William A. Reppy Jr.

    This Article considers due process limitations on an award of punitive damages against a defendant who has intentionally or recklessly killed the plaintiff's pet, resulting in a small award of economic damages based on the market value of the pet and no recovery for emotional damages suffered by...

  17. Pet Loss and the Elderly

    Contributor(s):: Daphne D’Gama

    Companion animals are known to provide numerous psychosocial benefits to their owners. It is due to these prominent and positive contributions that individuals develop a deep attachment with their pet. Consequently pet owners experience intense grief reactions following the death of a cherished...

  18. C.A.R.E Pet Loss Helpline

    The Companion Animal Related Emotions Pet Loss Helpline is a confidential telephone service offered through the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. People who are either grieving the loss of a companion animal or are anticipating a loss are encouraged to call. If you need a...

  19. The Human Animal Bond Trust (HABT): Denver Pet Loss Support Group

    The Human Animal Bond Trust (HABT) is a non-profit organization which exists to serve those who are anticipating, or have lost, an animal companion. That loss may be one of the most devastating and painful experiences you will ever face. Such a loss can be as traumatic as losing a family member...

  20. The Mystery of Animal Grief

    Forum › general-discussion › the-human-animal-bond-in-the-media

    The article presents information about animals experiencing grief when one of their own dies, displaying some of the same behaviors that humans do, including weight loss, lack of appetite, and...