Archive for September, 2012

A New Life

A new life is what you will adapt too after the loss of a precious companion. The “new normal” is another way of expressing it as life moves on. There will be that unfamiliar silence never heard before. There will be that empty space you see. It will become normal over time.

As time passes by, the loss of your companion will become lighter, lessen and easier to accept, although it will never completely go away. It is something that will remain with you for the rest of your life. This is what life is all about as we live it in cycles. People, pets and things go and come. It is part of life. It is life and we are a part of it.


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Grief is something that noone ever wants to experience in their lifetime. Unfortunately it is part of life. Grief comes in different ways. We grieve from the loss of a human family member. We grieve from the loss of a pet. They are very similiar in fashion and meaning.

There is no quick way to overcome the time that it takes to go through the grieving period. There are 5 stages of grief that one will experience in recovering from loss.

They are the following:

These are the Elizabeth Kubler Ross stages of grief:

  • Denial: “This cannot happen to me!”
  • Anger: “Why did this happen to me? Who’s to blame for this?”
  • Bargaining: “Just let me live ’til my daughter’s wedding, and I’ll do anything”
  • Depression: “I am too sad to do anything”
  • Acceptance: “I’m at peace with what is coming”.

Take the time needed to work your way through these stages of grief. Everyone is different when something like this occurs. Only you know when you have worked through these and overcome the difficulty dealing with the loss.

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According to lifeinc.today.com which aired today September 14, 2012, $53 billion is being spent annually on our animal friends. According Bloomberg Businessweek, there are now about 700 pet “aftercare “facilities nationwide, which is up just about a decade ago. Pet parents have no problem on spending to let our companions know just how much you love them.

While most opt for cremation, this in turn offers them the ability to take the cremains with them if they decide to relocate. There are an endless options to choose from. Others may opt for burial in a pet cemetery, which requires purchasing a casket for burial. Either way you will be honoring your companion in a very special and dignified manner.

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Preparing is something that most pet owners overlook. Unaware that they can pre-arrange and pre-fund their pets’s services beforehand will eliminate the burden of having to make decisions under duress. Just like in the human funeral industry, this is something that should not be forgotten.

Setting up a trust is quite a simple task. We take care of everything. By allowing us to assist you with advanced planning, we can asure you that when the time comes, you will prepared.

Pet pre-need is growing by leaps and bounds nationwide. We encourage you to take the time and discuss your companions pre-need arrangements. At the time of death it can be very stressfull. To know that you have prepared everything ahead of time, will allow you to accept what has just happened in a peaceful and caring way.

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Choosing the right service to honor your companion is something most people are unsure of at the time of death. Having different options available makes it much easier and lessens the burden were faced with.

There are various ways to celebrate your companion’s life with dignity and respect. As a pet parent only you can make that choice. Sometimes others will try to advise you as to what you should do. Do not allow others to choose for you. You need to choose whats best for you as well as your  companion. The inspiration he provided during life is something that cannot be forgotten.

The choice is yours, so remember you only have one. Take the necessary time to allow yourself to make the correct one.

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