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Here are some resources for those of us grieving the loss of our dog:

Coping With the Death of Your Dog: http://www.ygrr.org/doginfo/death-coping.html
http://www.animalcompanionsandtheirpeople.com/index.html
Children and Pet Loss: http://www.aplb.org/services/children.html
The Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement: http://www.aplb.org/aplb/welcome.html
When Your Dog Mourns the Loss of Another Dog: http://www.veterinarypartner.com/Content.plx?P=A&A=1400&S=1
Children’s Books
Blain, Marjorie, Jasper’s Day
Cochran, Bill The Forever Dog
Davis, Christine, For Every Dogan Angel
Hans, Wilhelm, I’ll Always LoveYou
Harris, Robie H., Goodbye,Mousie
Pomerance, Diane, When YourPet Dies
Pomerance, Diane, Animal Companions: Your Friends, Teachers& Guides
Rylant, Cynthia, Dog Heaven
Viorst, Judith, The Tenth GoodThing about Barney
Other Books
Bronson, Howard, Dog Gone
Lemieux, Christina M, Copingwith the Loss of a Pet: A GentleGuide for All Who Love a Pet
Nieburg, Herbert A. and Fischer,
Arlene, Pet Loss: A ThoughtfulGuide for Adults and Children
Sife, Wallace, The Loss of a Pet
Wagner, Teresa, Legacies ofLove: A Gentle Guide to Healingfrom the Loss of Your AnimalLoved One
 

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WOW, Thank you Ann for listing all these great resources!!!
Dean Koontz's book about his golden Trixie is also a great book about the wonderful life with a beautiful golden and how they dealt with her passing.
 

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Thank you so much for this! We lost our beloved Golden Rusty to cancer last month. He was only 10. My wife and are beside ourselves. It was truly heartbreaking.
 

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Thank you so much for this! We lost our beloved Golden Rusty to cancer last month. He was only 10. My wife and are beside ourselves. It was truly heartbreaking.
I am so sorry for your loss of Rusty. Most of us here understand that pain. They really take a piece of your heart when they go.
 
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