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The Worst Things to Say to Pet Owners on the Death of their Pets

By Pets at Rest Team | Aug 28, 2020

Losing a pet is a tragic moment for anyone. People often love their pets as family members, and losing them feels like a similar loss. But there are often  individuals who can’t understand or value such a relationship. If you don’t want to be that person, read below for some of the worst things to … Continued

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Taking Care of Your Child after Your Pet’s Death

By Pets at Rest Team | Aug 28, 2020

There are few things as painful as losing a pet you loved with all your heart. But things are especially hard for a child. Often, losing a pet is the first experience children have with the concept of death. It is crucial to tread carefully with your child after their pet has died. Discussed below … Continued

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Tips to Help Your Grieving Pet and Overcome Their Pain

By Pets at Rest Team | Aug 28, 2020

Scientists have confirmed what all pet owners know, animals grieve when they lose their fellow pets. Pet cremation is not only difficult for human beings but for animals as well. A study was carried out on 311 cats and dogs in Australia and New Zealand which concluded that animals also show modified behaviour upon the … Continued

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The Right Time to Euthanize Your Dog with Cancer

By Pets at Rest Team | Aug 28, 2020

When you become aware that your pet is suffering from cancer, it is only natural to be worried and scared about their well-being. This is one of the most painful moments for a pet owner. So when you discover your pet’s cancer, you must figure out what is the best course of action. While you … Continued

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Four Warning Signs that your Dog is Unwell

By Pets at Rest Team | Jul 1, 2020

The death of a pet can be one of the most painful experiences for an owner. Many owners breakdown during their pet funeral and require lots of time to cope with such tragic loss and to learn how to move on. The very thought of saying bye forever to your furry companion may bring tears … Continued

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Tips to Care for your Sick Dog

By Pets at Rest Team | Jul 1, 2020

Pets and their owners share a deep bond and over the years they become inseparable. It is a heart-wrenching moment to see your dog in an unhealthy state. Some owners fall into a deep sadness when their pets bid adieu to them. Many pet owners choose to get pet memorials built in their memory. It … Continued

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4 Common Myths about Pet Cremation

By Pets at Rest Team | May 19, 2020

Pets are an integral part of many families all across the globe. They provide you with unconditional love and care. There is a strong bond between pets and their owners; they are like family. So, when pets suffer, it causes enormous pain to their owners. And, the situation becomes unbearable when pets die and bid … Continued

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Things You Must Consider Before Euthanising Your Pet

By Pets at Rest Team | May 19, 2020

When your furry friend begins to give you indications of their end of life, it’s not going to be an easy time. Seeing your pet in pain is one of the most difficult things that you may ever experience. Many pet owners suffer with depression when their pets die. Cremation for dogs is the sad … Continued

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Things You Need to Know About Pet Cremation

By Pets at Rest Team | Apr 29, 2020

In the last few years, pet cremation has registered significant growth. This growth is due to the easy, efficient and cost-effective nature of pet cremation. Pets provide families with love and affection; for many people their pet is like another family member. Over the years of owning a pet, a powerful bond is established so … Continued

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