What Do I Do?
Have you received news that your dog is going to die or has limited time left with you and your family? Do you want to give loving support to your beloved companion through this special cycle of life?
If so, this is the book for you.
Coping with the loss of a dog is tough and no one should do it alone!
My Dog is Dying: What Do I Do? is your emotional emergency first-aid kit that will support you with pet loss grief and pet hospice decisions. It is your handbook and journal to always keep with you, packed with useful information. My Dog is Dying: What Do I Do? will support you as a close friend to accompany you on the journey of pet loss grief with unconditional love.
Included are self-help journaling questions to help you with your pet loss grief. At the end of each chapter, you will find three Contemplation Questions, designed to help you proceed even more deeply on your grief journey to become an active participant when coping with your dog’s illness.
When you read and follow the tips in this book, you will feel like you have acquired a new best friend that totally gets rough pet loss grief alone.
Remember, you will never have to feel alone with your pet loss grief again!
Having lost dogs to long illnesses and a sudden tragedy with a younger pet and make the agonizing decision of when is the right time to euthanize a pet, this book, and the author understands what I am going through.
Wendy wrote a book that changed the way I look at people who are having issues losing a pet. This is a very sensitive and helpful book for anyone going through or preparing to go through grief. It is gentle and caring. Thank you, Wendy!
In her book, [Wendy] gives people permission to grieve over their pets and deftly shows them how to have a plan in place for before, during and after death. Ms. Van de Poll clearly loves animals and helping people at this tender and difficult time.
Wendy Van de Poll is a pioneering leader in the field of pet loss grief support. Wendy is dedicated to providing a safe place for her clients to express their grief over the loss of their pets.
What makes Wendy successful with her clients is that she get’s grief! “Over the years I’ve dealt with my own grief and helping many families communicate and connect with their pets long after their loss. It’s what I’ve done since I was just 5 yrs old!”
She is compassionate and supportive to all who know her.