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March 17, 2010


Very informative and much needed. I think its just wonderful that Midland Hospice participates in the Pet Peace of Mind program. Thank you for posting and the embedded links were very helpful.

Thanks, Ann. This program should be a real benefit to pet lovers once it gets up and running. And it will surely be a rewarding experience for the volunteers, too.

Thanks for the post about Pet Peace of Mind. Banfield Charitable Trust appreciates the kind words and all the help HospiceMidland gives to your local community.

Keep up the good work, Banfield Charitable Trust.

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Dogs always honest to their owner,when their owners die,they will die later,because it feels that he is service for his ower,if she dies,they will feel that their parents are not here,and they will die.

But sometimes the pet owner may be too sick to care for the animal. And there's the added pressure of not knowing what will happen to the pet when the owner dies.

hi george,
i think if i'm that dying person (God forbid!), i will leave my dog to my relatives or if i'm the last of my kin then i will have to leave my precious pet to my closest friend. i'd definitely choose one who is capable of taking care of my precious pet.

Its a good and informative topic discuss.. I have planned to leave my pet to my relatives, I think its a best idea to do.. Keep on sharing more interesting articles.. Well done!!!

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