Pet Loss Resources

Pet Loss Resources

Coping With the Loss of a Pet: A Gentle Guide for All Who Love a Pet
By Christina M. Lemieux, PhD (Wallace R. Clark, 1988)

A Final Act of Caring: Ending the Life of an Animal Friend
By Mary and Herb Montgomery (Montgomery Press, 1993).

Good-Bye My Friend: Grieving the Loss of a Pet 
By Mary and Herb Montgomery (Montgomery Press, 1991).

The Human-Animal Bond and Grief
By Laurel Lagoni, MS, Carolyn Butler, MS, and Suzanne Hetts, PhD (saunders, 1994).

The Practical Guide to Client Grief: Support Techniques for 15 Common Situations
By Laurel Lagoni, MS (AAHA Press, 1997).

When Your Pet Dies: How to Cope with Feelings
By Jamie Quackenbush, MSW, and Denise Graveline (Pocket Books, 1985).

How to Survive the Loss of a Love
By Calgrave, Broomfield & McWilliams (Signet Books).

Why Me? Coping with Grief, Loss and Change
By Krauss and Goldfischer, (Bantam Books).

Beyond Grief: A Guide for Recovering From the Death of a Loved One
By Carol Staubacher, (New Harbinger Publications).

When Your Pet Dies: Dealing with Your Grief and Helping Children Cope
By Onlyu, (Berkley Press).

Books Especially for Children:

Cat Heaven 
By Cynthia Rylant (The Blue Sky Press, 1995).

Dog Heaven 
By Cynthia Rylant (The Blue Sky Press, 1997).

I'll Always Love You 
By Hans Wilhelm (Crown Publishers Inc., 1985).

A Special Place for Charlee 
By Debby Morehead (Partners in Publishing, LLC, 1996).

The Tenth Good Thing About Barney 
By Judith Viorst (Alladin Books, 1971).

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