Anyone who has ever dealt with a dying pet understands.  Which is why The Argus Institute  created a special Pet Hospice program, helping people deal with saying goodbye in a special way.  

The institute, associated with Colorado State University’s James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital, is named after Greek hero Odysseus’ loyal dog, and was founded in 1984 on the notion that humans, just as they mourn relatives, mourn their pets.

In a Denver Post article, Gail Bishop, the Argus Institute’s clinical coordinator explains:    

“Losing an animal that loves and adores us and can’t wait to see us when we come through the door – we all had that love and acceptance when we were born, and we spend the rest of our lives trying to get that back. An animal brings extraordinary value to our lives.”

READ THE FULL DENVER POST ARTICLE NOW. 

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