From Our Network of Animal Lovers
Expanding Our Hearts: Grief and Kindness within Veterinary Medicine
By Mollyrose Dumm, CAHP
Guest Blogger & Veterinary Client Liaison
I have spent 10 years in veterinary medicine, and 6+ years (professionally) in rescue and rehabilitation of both people and animals before that in a...
My Thoughts About Celebrations and Transitions
Definitions of “celebrate”:
- Show that a day or an event is...
Animal Hospice Care and Daily Life
Being offered a terminal diagnosis for our beloved animal (or human) can be a heart stopping moment, but as Emily Dickinson’s beautiful quote says – hope is always available to us.
Letting Go of Guilt in Animal Hospice Care:
Breaking the ties that bind us
By Michelle Nichols, MS, CAHP
Animal Hospice Group Co-founder & Instructor/Lecturer
Why is it so common to experience overwhelming guilt after the death of a beloved animal companion? While working with families,...
How I Hit Gold in Animal Hospice Education and Never Looked Back!
By Elizabeth Allen
Guest Blogger | The Caretakers Animal Care
You never know how your passion will lead you to your dream job. Callings are almost impossible to ignore. But suppose your passion has anything to do with...
Talking End-of-Life with My Young and Healthy Animal Companion, Mhyah
By Joanne Yeoh
Guest Blogger | Animal Communication Insights
Have you ever imagined having a heart-to-heart conversation about end-of-life care with your young and healthy pet?
Life and Soul Dog
An Animal Communicator, Anya Gore, and her Canine Companion share their Experiences and Wisdom to Help and Inspire You.
When our beloved dog Zoe was dying, having struggled for some years with Leishmaniasis, she planted a seed in my mind and heart.
This seed was to write a...
Let's Celebrate Life!
Funny just turned 16.5 years old on June 30th. Isn't it interesting how we celebrate “halves” when our companions near their departure time (as we all...
Saying Goodbye: How do you know when it’s time to put your pet to sleep?
An insightful guide from animal communicator, Joanne Yeoh, to help you talk to your animal companions about making this painful decision.
Of all the different professions I’ve held, I find my animal communication...
My Passion for Dogs Bloomed into a Family Story
Since it’s the first time you are reading something from me, I’ll start by introducing myself and our family.
The End, or Not the End
I lost my beautiful girl, my heart dog Zoe, in March of 2022. Or rather, I didn’t lose her, but our connection and relationship shifted to a new dimension. We adopted Zoe, a German...
Animal Hospice as a Journey: Reiki as part of the Interdisciplinary Team
By the Animal Hospice Group Team
Life is a journey of many parts – birth, infancy, childhood, those turbulent adolescent years, adulthood, middle age, and senior years. Our journeys begin and end in similar ways, with...