My Dog Is Dying: What Do I Do? Emotions, Decisions, and Options for Healing

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Wendy Van de Poll
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Center for Pet Loss Grief

Compassionate Dog Care support is available for you. A pet loss book to get immediate support to heal your heart.

You just came home from the veterinarian's office, and it feels like a brick hit you right smack on the head. You heard that your dog has a life-threatening illness. She has one week or, at best, a few months to live. Your veterinarian tells you, "There is no cure!" My Dog Is Dying: What Do I Do?

You say to yourself, "What am I going to do with the loss of my heart is breaking?"

Rest assure there is help with this book. Consider it part of your support team. Your emotional emergency first-aid kit that will support you through the rollercoaster ride that you are about to take.

My Dog Is Dying: What Do I Do? is the first book in the best-selling and award-winning Pet Bereavement Series. It deals with many levels of grief and loss and how you can learn to never feel alone again with the pending loss of your dog.

If you are looking for a pet loss book to help you with your grief surrounding dog cancer or other life-threatening illness this book is designed to support you as a close friend. It will accompany you on the journey of pet loss grief and dog care with unconditional love.

When you buy and read this book then follow the actions steps at the end, you will experience compassion for your journey shared with your beloved companion in a special and soulful way.

Wendy Van de Poll is a pioneering leader in the field of pet loss grief support, the founder of the Center for Pet Loss Grief and an international bestselling author. She provides wisdom, joy, and compassion for grief relief in her practice. Wendy is a certified end-of-life and grief coach, pet funeral celebrant, a licensed massage therapist for humans, horses, and hounds, and a tested animal communicator. With a master's of science in wolf ecology, Wendy has run with wolves in Minnesota, coyotes in Massachusetts, and foxes in her backyard.