In This Issue
HOWND set to launch new Yup You Stink! Emergency Dog Wipes
Pets at Home hits back at 'misleading' Watchdog claims
All pet retailers are open to scrutiny following Watchdog programme, says PIF
Webbox company eyes fast growth after successful year
Pet chicken owner calls 'fowl' over garden centre dismissal
Pooch & Mutt founder swims, bikes and runs the ‘health’ talk
Friday is national Bring Your Dog To Work Day
Dog ban lifted in Manchester market as pet store gets set to move in
Meet the chubby cats and dumpy dogs battling for Pet Slimmer of the Year
Couple stole £400k from pet supermarket customers
CCTV helps to stop drug problem outside Cambridge pet store
Two new appointments at Grove Pet Foods
Ancol develops its range of dog training products
Pets Corner offer customers advice on how to cope with the loss of a pet
Webbs Garden centre to hold Love Your Pet Day
RVC Welsh Regional Veterinary Centre’s Dr Neil Paton elected as new BVA Welsh Branch President
Canadians warned not to flush 'invasive' goldfish down the loo
Doing the double three years running
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Pets Corner offer customers advice on how to cope with the loss of a pet

Pets Corner has come up with a list of ways to help owners cope with the loss of a pet, reassuring them that instore staff are always on hand to give support.

Lucy Ross, Head of Training at Pets Corner, says: “When a pet dies, it’s important to acknowledge the relationship you had with your pet and what their loss means to you. 

"Grieving for our pets allows us to heal and move on. There are many ways that you can honour you pet’s memory which can provide some comfort:”

Create a memory book – making a special book of photos, funny anecdotes and maybe scrapbooking a favourite collar or name badge will give you something you can remember them by visually.

Make a living memory – planting a tree or shrub in your garden creates a living memorial, especially if the chosen place holds special meaning: perhaps your dog always buried their bones there, or your cat enjoyed the early morning sun in that spot. There are many pet gravestones on the market that would be lovely placed in a special spot.

Help others in need – donating to an animal charity on behalf of your pet can bring comfort. This could be in the form of a monetary donation or items such as food, bedding, toys or even volunteering some of your own time will bring a positive feeling.

The staff at Pets Corner are always on hand to give advice and help.

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