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Dusty


"After the traumatic death of my parents within a couple of years of each other,
life stopped, and while I went back to work after the funeral and continue to move forward as I was expected to, the truth was that it was anything but forward. 


I threw myself into my work, and hoped the long hours would help to get me back on track.

While I was very productive and efficient, I was still not moving forward when I got home after work - There, life was still at a standstill since their death.   

Then came Dusty, 
a little mixed breed dog that wasn't quite potty trained when we got him.  
I had heard of the healing power of pets, and while I love dogs and cats - I was too focused on the unimaginable loss  to even consider how they could be of help in my grief journey.  
I was wrong, 
totally wrong. 

 Within the first day of bringing  Dusty into our lives, my grief journey was never the same.

Grief is still there,

but there is something about Dusty that has forced me to focus and smile on the moment,

on now, and 
to start seeing the steps forward from here."  

Zuly


He went into shock after her traumatic death and developed PTSD that in turn accelerated his dementia. In only weeks after her death, he went from fully functional, driving, walking to wheelchair bound.  And while all this was happening, he had one constant companion that kept him alert, and brought back to reality every time - their loyal pet Zuly. 

​​EMOTIONAL SUPPORT PETS


If you are grieving the loss of your pet, we are very sorry for your loss, and under the Grief Support Directory section of this site, you will find a list of grief support resources for Pet Loss.

Our Pets are part of our families, and their loss is the loss of a member of our families.



This section focuses

on the 

 healing role that pets

have played on the grieving journeys of some of our site visitors, and 

their submitted stories are featured below;

along with links to some of the leading online pet adoption sites, and

animal shelters search engines.



Some of the leading online sites to search for the

adoption of pets and

local animal shelters include:


https://www.aspca.org/adopt-pet/adoptable-dogs-your-local-shelter - ASPCA’s Nationwide database of dogs looking for good homes. Search by zip code to meet available dogs in your area. 

https://www.allpaws.com/ - AllPaws lists more than 200,000 loveable pets in need of a forever home. To adopt a pet, start by searching by pet type, breed, & location, and then expand your search by distance, size, gender and more in order to find the right match for pet rescue and pet adoption. 

https://www.adoptapet.com/ - Adopt-a-Pet.com (formerly 1-800-Save-A-Pet.com) is North America's largest non-profit pet adoption website. We help over 13,600 animal shelters, humane societies, SPCAs, pet rescue groups, and pet adoption agencies advertise their homeless pets to millions of adopters a month, for free 

https://www.petfinder.com/animal-shelters-and-rescues/search/ Shelters & Rescue – Search for Animal Welfare Groups by Distance 

http://petango.com/About-Us - Partnered with over 1,800 animal welfare organizations across the U.S. and Canada, Petango.com is the first adoptable pet search site to exclusively offer real-time updates of adoptable pets in shelters. ​​



If your pet has helped you; your family or someone else during their grief journey,

we would appreciate it if you shared your story with others grieving 

 thru the online form below.   

All submitted stories may be edited due to space, and

they will be posted on this section of the My Grief Angels site, on the free Grief Support Network Mobile app and

may also be included in all future publications, books, and other multi-media work created or produced by My Grief Angels 



Sanchi


Her aggressive cancer and very painful hospice at home was a very difficult time for the whole family.  The pain of those memories still rises weekly, but they keep marching forward as a family because that's what their award winning teacher daughter, sister and aunt would have wanted from them, so they get thru it as a family. 


A few years after their loss, Sanchi came along, and life changed again.

Their grief and their memories will never go away,

but Sanchi brought their smiles back,

and day by day -

he is making sure that those smiles never go away .

Emotional Support Animals (ESA)

as defined in https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emotional_support_animal

"An emotional support animal (ESA) is a companion animal

that a medical professional has determined provides benefit for an individual with a disability.

This may include improving at least one symptom of the disability.

Emotional support animals, typically dogs, but sometimes cats or other animals,

may be used by people with a range of

physical,

psychiatric, or

intellectual disabilities"