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When to Put Your Dog Down

By Pets at Rest Team | Oct 14, 2019

It can be one of the most difficult things to determine when to put your dog down as a dog owner. You build such a strong relationship with your furry friend that you can never think of yourself separating from him. But, as an owner, you have an obligation to always do the right thing … Continued

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Pet Memorial Ideas

By Pets at Rest Team | Oct 14, 2019

Many people prefer to create a memorial in the memory of their pet. It is their way of saying goodbye to their furry friend. Some people opt to create something beautiful and handmade while others choose to use a stone plaque or a casket. There are several ways to remember your four legged friend. It … Continued

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Burial vs. Cremation: Deciding What’s Right for You

By Pets at Rest Team | Aug 16, 2019

Death or loss of a pet is the worst situation that an owner faces. Further, the death of a pet leads into a painful decision, trying to decide between a burial pet or availing pet cremation services to pay the last tribute to your pet. The loss is difficult to deal with and can leave … Continued

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How to Support Children with Pet Loss Grief

By Pets at Rest Team | Aug 16, 2019

During the difficult time of losing a pet, the best thing for your child is sensitivity, support, and encouragement. It’s easy to be preoccupied, or unaware of your child’s emotions and not handle their emotions appropriately. Some parents try to shield their children from the pain of loss. However, it is best to be honest, … Continued

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The Stages of Grief after Losing a Pet

By Pets at Rest Team | Jul 11, 2019

Pets hold a special place in our lives and in our houses. They are no less than a family member. If you have ever had a pet, you understand how close to the heart, pets can be. The mere thought of losing a pet is disheartening. But, life is a cycle and sooner or later … Continued

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Pets Grieve Too

By Pets at Rest Team | Jul 11, 2019

When a pet passes, it can be heartbreaking, but not just for the owner. If you have more than one pet, the loss of one can really affect the other – especially if they are brother sister, lovers or close friends. Pets that live together, especially if it’s for most of their lives, become extremely … Continued

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5 Tips to Stop your Cat from Demand-Meowing

By Pets at Rest Team | Jul 2, 2019

There comes a point when you might realise your cat is meowing for a little more than just a chat… It’s hard to know though, what your cat is ever really meowing for. But you will definitely recognise when they are meowing for food.   Signs your Cat is Meowing for Food:  When they meow, … Continued

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5 Tips to Deal with Loss

By Pets at Rest Team | Jul 2, 2019

Losing a pet is just like bidding goodbye to your family member which fills your heart with sorrow and grief. If you are someone trying to deal with the heartbreak of losing a pet, here are a few tips that can help you deal with the loss. 1. Try to Switch Your Mind to Other … Continued

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Common Questions about Pets at Rest QLD Pet Cremation

By Pets at Rest Team | Jun 10, 2019

Pet Cremation certainly isn’t the most straight forward topic, especially if you have never had to experience pet cremation before. This article will be a Question and Answer type of piece, answering all of your questions regarding pet cremation. Is it a door to door service? Yes, we provide a door to door service whereby … Continued

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