End-of-life. None of us want to think about it until we are forced to. However, this is a natural and normal part of all our lives. Below are some resources to guide you through the process. Please also see our At-Home Euthanasia, Ceremony Ideas, Hospice Care and Quality of Life Assessment Tools pages for additional assistance.
"My Time To Be Strong For Him" - An Article by Maria Stoerrle - The Grey Muzzle Organization's Education & Outreach Chair, as featured in The Daily Journal.com
End-of-Life Decisions by Ardeth DeVries - The Grey Muzzle Organization's Advisory Board Member, courtesy of OldDog Haven
Article "Old Faithfuls" by Connie Schultz - Letting Go
Healing Conversations - What to say when you don't know what to say book - By Nance Guilmartin
Post a memorial of your dog with pictures on-line
Spirits In Transition Website
Bright Haven Resources
Senior Dog End of Life Articles
This family-friendly event will include a vendor fair, food, contests, and demonstrations. Enjoy a leisurely walk through the park while raising money for the Beaver County Humane Society.
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In the past 4 years, with your help, we have donated over $32,000 worth of orthopedic beds to more than 50 shelters around the country to help dogs like Booty (below) get off the concrete floors.