Pet loss books
- Coping with the Loss of Your Pet
Help your clients through a difficult time with this caring gesture of support.
- Final Act of Caring: Ending the Life of an Animal Friend
Encourage pet owners to review all the options when considering a planned passing for their pet.
- Forever in My Heart: Remembering a Pet’s Life
Acknowledge the human-animal bond and help your clients celebrate their pets’ lives with this journal.
- Good-Bye My Friend
This book is filled with personal stories to help your clients deal with the loss of a pet.
- I Remember: A Book About My Special Pet
Help families at your practice grieve with this pet loss scrapbook for children.
- A Gentle Goodbye (brochure)
Gently prepare your clients to say goodbye with this end-of-life care brochure. (Complies with the 2016 AAHA/IAAHPC End-of-Life Care Guidelines for Dogs and Cats.)
- Special Place for Charlee: A Child’s Companion through Pet Loss
Help kids with the loss of a pet with this book that explains grief in terms a child can understand.
- Connecting with Grieving Clients: Supportive Communication for Fourteen Common Situations
Guiding clients through their grief following the loss of a beloved pet is one of the toughest parts of your staff ’s job. Handled sensitively and compassionately, the situation can strengthen the bond with the client for years to come.
- Exam Room Communication for Veterinarians: The Science and Art of Conversing with Clients
Studies show that excellent exam room communication skills build rapport with clients, improve compliance, and reduce the risk of liability. This guide helps you improve communication by understanding the different ways you and your clients gather and process information in the exam room and use it to make decisions.
- When Helping Hurts: Compassion Fatigue in Veterinary Medicine
Compassion fatigue is especially prevalent in the field of veterinary medicine. This book provides all members of the team practical ways to help face the difficult emotions that arise when helping clients and their pets.