You are cordially invited to a phone event with me, tonight at 8 PM (Eastern). I will be talking with Margot Ahlquist, life coach for dog lovers, about how Corgi Nation copes with pet loss and grief. We grow stronger as a community when we reach out, connect and co-operate, in good times and bad. I’d sincerely love for YOU to listen in, participate in the Q&A (with me), and have a chance to win a Paws By Your Side kit, designed to help people deal with their grief around losing a pet.
Death of our beloved animals is tough subject, but we don’t have to tackle it alone. Honestly? I hate it as much as anybody. Maybe more! It scares me like you wouldn’t believe. But I have learned from all the survivorship in the Daily Corgi community, I have been inspired and grown from the sharing you do on the Daily Corgi facebook page and blog, the caring that matters SO much.
We don’t have to hide our grief away!
Whether your grief is fresh or lingering, there is hope and help. You aren’t alone, you don’t have to be. Reach out and reserve your spot now to participate in tonight’s call, by following this link:http://pawstotalk.com/cope-loss-special-event-dog-lovers/
See (hear) you there!
Most Corgially yours,
If you know who painted this beautiful image, drop me a line: email@example.com. I would love to give proper credit!
You are going to be wonderful.
Gine Oquendo says
I need this. I really miss my beloved Bambam. And sometimes he is in my dreams and I can’t move on until now. He died 3 weeks ago and the whole family is still grieving. He’d been hit by a car and I can’t accept that it happen to him. We’ve been for 18 years together of happiness and now crying and hugging his urn(jar). I decide to have a pet cremation so I can still be with him. For those interested in pet cremation, please refer to his link: https://thepetlosscenter.com/our-locations/seattle/