With Christmas only
weeks away why not make your Christmas shopping for out of town friends or
family easy ,and fun by shopping at an online pet store.
With a little bit of
planning you can save time and money by doing your Christmas shopping online.
You can find really unique products without having to go to the mall and fight
the crowds or even go to the post office.
Here is how you can
make Christmas shopping a breeze. First make a list of everyone you need to buy
for. On your list you will have those people who you will see on the holiday
and deliver your Christmas gift to and there are those you are going to have to
ship your gifts to who are out of town or even out of state. Once you get that
figured out the rest is pretty easy as all you need now is a computer with an
internet connection and the help of Bing or Google to take care of the rest.
I like to determine
the hobbies of people I am buying gifts for especially if they are pet lovers
that makes shopping very easy. You see I love animals and I find it fun and
exciting choosing gifts for my loved ones based on their loves and what better
way to show your love than by finding something unique for one of their pets. I
just go online and type in “online pet store” and at … Read More >>>
Grieving the loss of a
loved one can be very difficult because your pet was a constant presence in
your life and your home. Grieving is hard because you had a routine with your
pet: feedings, walks, sitting in the lap time, favourite treats, funny faces
and tricks. Pet loss is especially painful because your loss / bond is unique:
your pet loved you unconditionally, unreservedly and was always waiting at
home, excited and happy to see you.
This loss can hurt worse than losing
This wasn’t just a dog
or just a cat. Grieving a pet death is painful because they were part of your
How to Cope With Pet Loss:
– Acknowledge that
this is a huge, sad event. Don’t downplay it, or shrug it off. Grieving is a
process that can take months.
– Accept that you may
never totally get over your pet loss. You’ll always remember them. Having a
funeral helps the grieving process. Light candles and recite a Poem or Loving
– Give yourself
permission to grieve – it’s not “just a pet.” Coping involves the
whole grieving process.
– Experience and
express feelings of sadness, anger, or guilt. Grieving involves tears, anger,
and sometimes even fear.
– Talk to others who
can empathize – surround yourself with people who understand pet loss. Talk to
your friends and family about why you feel this way ( even if they already
know). Healthy grieving involves open communication.