Books

Paw Prints in Heaven: The book was created to bring a comforting perspective for pet owners who are grieving the loss of their dog. This unique story is written by the dog from heaven. For children and teenagers:

Cat Heaven by Cynthia Rylant. Will appeal to children from preschool to grade two. The simple, colorful illustrations take the child on a journey to Dog Heaven or Cat Heaven, places of warmth and happiness. For children and teenagers:

Dog Heaven by Cynthia Rylant. Will appeal to children from preschool to grade two. The simple, colorful illustrations take the child on a journey to Dog Heaven or Cat Heaven, places of warmth and happiness.

Tear Soup by Pat Schweibert. Recommended for ages four to eight, but it has been a comfort to people of all ages.

For Every Dog an Angel by Christine Davis and For Every Cat an Angel by Christine Davis. Beautifully illustrated small short books tell the story of the Rainbow Bridge Appropriate for a wide range of ages

For Every Cat an Angel by Christine Davis. Beautifully illustrated small short books tell the story of the Rainbow Bridge Appropriate for a wide range of ages

Just This Side of Heaven by Timothy Glass. It is a journey that celebrates life through loss. Moreover, it seems to be one book that manages to touch people in a healing way not only after the loss of a pet but also the loss of a human loved one. For more general information on this book, visit my website: JustThisSideofHeaven.com.

Goodbye, Friend by Gary Kowalski. Advice to get through the loss of a pet. Included are ideas for rituals and ceremonies, spiritual guidance and readings for solace.

Saying Goodbye to the Pet You Love by Lorri A. Greene, Ph.D. Written by a psychologist who is a leader in the field of pet bereavement, offers strategies for working through the grieving process.

Grieving the Death of a Pet by Betty Carmack. Written by a nurse and professional pet-loss counselor, the book draws from her experience of counseling people who have lost a beloved pet.

Pet Loss: A Spiritual Guide by Julia Harris. Helps readers to understand the many emotional reactions to the loss of a pet; assist children in coping with and recovering from their loss; and learn how different spiritual belief systems recognize and counsel pet loss.

Cold Noses at the Pearly Gates by Gary Kurz. This book can help you cope with the loss of a pet and tries to answer questions about pet afterlife

Three Cats, Two Dogs: One Journey Through Multiple Pet Loss by David Congalton. The author talks about how he transformed his anguish over the loss of several pets into a commitment to abused and abandoned animals. Offers solace and practical suggestions for coping with grief.

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