Use a when to put your dog down checklist to determine when it’s time to let your dog go. Consider mobility, pain level, and appetite.
Know the signs so you can prepare to euthanize your dog
Deciding it’s time to euthanize your dog is difficult. Work with your veterinarian to provide hospice care before making the final decision.
5 unique ways to remember your dogs after they die
To help you grieve, use the memorial ideas in this article to remember your dog and celebrate the life of your beloved pet.
Dog cloning: Should you copy your pup?
Dog cloning offers a genetic copy of his or her beloved four-legged friend. But before you make that decision, determine whether you need to clone your dog.
How to deal with grief after losing a pet
When a pet dies, it’s perfectly normal to feel grief. It’s OK to express your sadness, disappointment, or anger.
How to help your kids navigate the death of the family dog
When a family dog dies often is the first time a child experiences death or has to think about what death means.
Why pet portraits are the best way to remember your best pal
Pet portraits capture your pet’s personality and provide a perfect addition to a gallery wall or mantle display of family members.
Mourning the loss of your dog
Mourn your dog’s death: Battling the grief of your dog’s death can feel impossible to overcome. Mourn your loss and heal in the process.
How to cope with the loss of your beloved dog
The loss of your dog is heartbreaking. Take the time to honor your dog, grieve, and seek support as you cope with your loss.
6 ways to immortalize your pet
Immortalize your pet with something special like a portrait, a donation to an animal shelter, a tree planted in their honor, or a tattoo.