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Goodbye, Dear Friend

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Explains how to cope with the death or loss of a beloved pet and argues that pet owners should not be embarassed by their feelings of grief.
Paperback, 192 pages
Published August 1st 1997 by Robson Books (first published October 1996)
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Found on pages 173-174: The "Man from Northamptonshire's" words are the reason I remember this book. Reading this specific passage helped me deal with the grief I felt from the death of our dear friend "Buster". Now our family shares our hearts and home with "Chance" and "Charley" who were rescued from shelters not long after I read this book...and this passage.
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