Are We Taking Pet Loss LESS Serious Than We SHOULD?

Are We Taking Pet Loss LESS Serious Than We SHOULD? Experts Give Their Opinions

Many of our friends may have lost their pet once or twice, and we may have found ourselves in dilemma as to how to react to the news or give comfort to the owner’s loss.

– Have you ever wondered how serious we should take pet loss?
– Pet loss, according to experts, should be taken more seriously, whether it isou pet or our family’s or relative’s pet.
– Pets are usually part of a family, or sometimes they are even the only family a person has.

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We can sometimes get torn when deciding how to react when someone tells us that their pet died. Usually, we are not sure how to react because we do not really know how significant the loss was.

According to experts though, people should be more serious and more sympathetic when it comes to pet loss. More often than not, pets who die and whose death is “shared” by its owner, signifies an importance of the said pet in the life of the bereaved owner.

Experts claim that when beloved pets die, it can actually create great sadness and emptiness to its owner.

Read Guy Winch’s full article here –

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