Coping with the heartbreak of pet loss
Hi! I’m Val Heart, The Real Dr Doolittle. My guest is Gina Triay, nominated as one of the top 5 Pet Sitters for 3 years running from Pet Sitters International! She is a gold member of the Animal Talk Coaching Club and recently lost her sweet beagle dog Snoopy.
During the process of dying and reconnecting in the Afterlife, she experienced an extraordinary communication and understanding of death, dying, and transitions.
Today, we want to talk about that so others will know what she discovered too, to help them when they lose a pet.
Watch and learn from her insights into death, dying and the cycle of life. Perhaps we can all learn about death so it doesn’t have to feel so terrible when your beloved best friend, your pet, crosses over to the other side.
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If you know anyone who is grieving over the loss of a pet or is dreading a coming loss, please, please share this with them.
Brenda Marie says
It’s not easy losing a fur baby. I lost my Leelee back in March. It was like losing a child. Only thing that really helped was getting another dog.
Val Heart says
Brenda, I’m so sorry you lost LeeLee. It is like losing a child, animals get so close to our hearts. Getting another dog does help if it’s the right dog. Also communicating with LeeLee will help a lot, so your unanswered questions can be laid to rest and you can both find peace and closure. Let me know if you want to do that. Sending comfort and love, Val