Aladdin wants to take you on a magic carpet ride to a whole new world of belly rubs and kisses! He is far more than a street rat and will win the heart of the princess (and everyone else in the house) if he's only given the chance! He and his four sisters (all appropriately named after Disney princesses) are available for adoption through BBAR and are all wonderful with children, other dogs, and cats. They are approx 18 weeks old and are fully vetted and ready to move into the palace! For more info you can pm us here or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Aladdin will be on the local west TN news as the adoptable pet of the week on Wednesday February 26th so check him out at 12:00pm on ABC and 12:30pm on CBS!!!
A PET IS A FAMILY MEMBER TOO
A pet is often a member of the family. In fact, surveys show some interesting facts about pet owners: 84 percent consider their animals family members; 99 percent talk to their pets and 54 % celebrate their pets birthday.
The term “man’s best friend” brings to mind unconditional love, constant companionship and acceptance.
With your capacity to love your pet comes the necessity to grieve when that “best friend” dies. The death of a pet is a traumatic experience. There is a need to grieve at this time and to do so in a healthy way.
A PET’S DEATH IS SIGNIFICANT
No, it’s not “just a dog”. It is a family member, and the death is a significant loss. Unfortunately, society often denies you the need to grieve, and, as a result, your grief may be hidden, buried, or ignored. Your family needs to grieve the death of your pet by expressing your feelings, no matter how painful, outside of yourselves.
MEMORIES ARE THE BEST LEGACIES
Lovers of animals.
The website guy for BBAR and full-time District Executive with Boy Scouts of America.