Defining Quality of Life
How can you determine whether a pet is still experiencing a good quality of life

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The Grieving Process
Anyone who considers a pet a beloved friend, companion, or family member knows...
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Helping Children Cope
The death of a family pet is often the first death experienced by a child.
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Happy Endings is proud to honor and memorialize some of the wonderful pets that have recently passed away.

Please contact us if you would like us to post photos and a brief message in memory of your pet.

*Photos can be sent to: info@HappyEndingsEuthanasia.com
*Submit photos in JPG format, no more than 12, low-res format if possible (640 x 480).
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In Memory of Hank
January 21, 2007 – December 31, 2013

Hank came into our lives when we adopted him from an animal rescue in Tucson.  He and our Shepherd mix Bindy, both 2 years old at the time got along and bonded instantly.  From the day he came home and for the next 5 years they were inseparable.  Hank was a dog that had suffered abuse, abandonment, neglect and we would also be his fifth home.  After a year of working with him to trust again he became the most forgiving, loyal and protective dog.  He was goofy, easy going, loved his life and loved Bindy.  They never went anywhere without each other.  A trip to the vet for one dog became a trip to the vet for both.  If one was on the table afraid, the other had front paws on the table to show they were there.  Hank touched many people and taught us that sometimes we all need second, third , fourth and fifth chances.  We will always love and miss you Hank.  You were such a good boy.
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