16 03, 2017

Bragging Rights — My Eden Memorial Pet Care Crew

By | March 16th, 2017|Central Valley, Health and Wellbeing, Pet Care, Pet Loss and Grief, San Luis Obispo, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Eden Memorial Pet Care is in it's 14 years of business!  And it has taken me over a decade to build the A-Team, as I like to call them.  Daily people tell me how nice it is to visit our website and see our faces and read our stories.  I feel it is so important [...]

12 01, 2015

Peaceful Pet Passings — New In-Home Euthanasia Services for Your Pet

By | January 12th, 2015|Pet Loss and Grief, Pet Memorials, Uncategorized|0 Comments

We don't like to talk about it...we don't like to face it...Death. And it can be even more difficult to handle with our beloved pets. A new pet industry trend is In-Home Euthanasia Services for Pets. You have heard me talk about Pet Aftercare and pre-planning. Now you can add a peaceful passing at home [...]

15 10, 2012

Feeling Drepressed? Pets Can Help!!

By | October 15th, 2012|Health and Wellbeing, Pet Loss and Grief, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Depression can be a scary emotion.  We have all have felt at one time in our life.  But what about one, who feels depressed all the time?  Facing this emotion daily can be detrimental to relationships and feeling of self worth.  The important thing...find help!  Talk to your doctor and/or  psychiatrist and find the right [...]

1 06, 2012

Veterinary Showcase -Oak Park Veterinary Clinic, Grover Beach, CA

By | June 1st, 2012|Pet Care, Pet Loss and Grief, Uncategorized|1 Comment

"The best executive is the one who has the sense enough to pick good men to do what he wants done and self restraint enough to keep from meddling with them while they do it."  -Teddy Roosevelt This is the business advice that Dr. Cathi Smith of Oak Park Veterinary Clinic follows every day.  And [...]

25 04, 2012

Home Euthanasia – A Better Option?

By | April 25th, 2012|Pet Care, Pet Loss and Grief, Uncategorized|1 Comment

Let's face it-- Euthanasia is a difficult word to even say.  The emotions that are associated with that word make me form a lump in my throat as I type.  We have all been there.  Our elderly pet is starting to suffer and the question we keep asking our selves, "How do I when the [...]

27 05, 2010

What is Aftercare for my pet?

By | May 27th, 2010|Pet Loss and Grief, Pet Memorials|1 Comment

It seems like in this industry "aftercare" is the new buzz word.  It's a word we all know and usually think of when we have been faced with the illness or death of family member.  Maybe you are familiar with aftercare when your grandmother/grandfather or mother/father passed.  Maybe the burden was placed on you to [...]

31 08, 2006

Reading Helps Through the Grieving Process

By | August 31st, 2006|Pet Loss and Grief|0 Comments

Hello out there, My neighbor/friend, Sydney Metrick, recently sent me a press release promoting one of her recent works - Crossing the Bridge: Creating Ceremonies for Grieving and Healing From Life’s Losses. Sydney is also the co-author of The Art of Ritual: Creating and Performing Ceremonies for Growth and Change (with Renee Beck). She holds [...]

12 07, 2006

A Child Dealing with Pet Loss

By | July 12th, 2006|Pet Loss and Grief|0 Comments

Hello out there, I recently returned from the beautiful Canadian Rockies with my family and two and a half year old son. After seeing so much wildlife and enjoying the sites, we came home to our 7 year old lab, Aztec. We all missed him horribly...but it was Eli, my son, who missed him the [...]

13 04, 2006

Pet Loss, Pet Grief Article

By | April 13th, 2006|Pet Loss and Grief|2 Comments

Hello, Hard at work here. I just finished an article about how cope with your pet loss and pet grief. I hope you find it helpful. You can read it at: http://www.edenmemorialpetcare.com/death-of-a-pet-article.htm Christine