PetPerennials.com understands that pets are family. Losing a beloved pet is heartbreaking. We will be sharing articles each month on grief and the impact it has on our daily life following a pet's passing. Our first article is from PsychologyToday.com by Adam Clark. We want you to understand that what you're feeling is indeed "real" and "normal" and we want you to take time (no matter how long it takes) to grieve. Our love of our own fur-babies and the grief we experienced following their loss was the inspiration behind Pet Perennials. We so understand. Just know when you are feeling overwhelmed and missing your beloved pet that you are not alone. Reach out to a friend, join a pet loss group on Facebook, call and talk to your doctor; just remember your grief is real so don't let anyone tell you it isn't. If you've found an article or have a site you think would help others please let us know by emailing Lori@cherishedones.net
PetPerennials.com feels it is important to continue to provide articles containing topics of interest to our fur families. Making certain all pets are provided safety, shelter, a loving home and will be remembered with love forever remains a priority to us. Over the coming months we will be looking to you for input on topics you'd like more information on. Let us know by emailing Lori@cherishedones.net - or posting ideas directly to our Pet Perennials Facebook page! We look forward to hearing from you!
My name is Remy Bibaud. I am the Co-founder and CEO of Pet Perennials. I will be launching a new blog series for Pet Perennials called “Pet Inspirations”. The series will introduce new or interesting business owners from around the globe that have been inspired by a pet to start a business or have dedicated their professional careers to helping our furry, feathered, or scaly companions. I figured I should kick off the series by telling Pet Perennials story.