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My Dog Is Dying, What Do I Do?: Emotions, Decisions, and Options for Healing (The Pet Bereavement Series Book 1) by Wendy Van de Poll is 126 pages to guide you through that horrible time in your life when you have to make important health decisions about your dog. Each chapter presents questions for contemplation at the end to help you through your thoughts, emotions, and decisions. Also included is the opportunity to journal about what you’re going through with the situation involving your dog in order to help you through this emotional situation. Chapters include getting the news about the pet’s illness, the grief and loss stages, caring for yourself, making tough decisions, and what to expect about the death of your dog.
Having lost three of my sweet kitties in the last five years, all at a ripe old age of 16, I enjoyed reading My Dog Is Dying, What Do I Do? by Wendy Van de Poll. People are devastated when their dogs pass away because they are part of the family and we mourn it just like the loss of any other family member. My Dog Is Dying, What Do I Do? serves, as the author puts it, as part of a “pet grief support kit,” to allow you to think through your decisions, make a plan, and handle the emotions surrounding the death of a pet. The death of a pet sucks, but My Dog Is Dying, What Do I Do?: Emotions, Decisions, and Options for Healing (The Pet Bereavement Series Book 1) can help ease the pain.