I am often asked for my advice and for resources . . . everything from artists/photographers to capture lasting memories . . . to nutrition . . . to end of life services. Here is a start. I will keep adding to these resources and if you have some requests please let me know.
If you have further requests or questions please contact Jean at email@example.com
These artists have done some incredible work for me.Mary Sue KruegerWater Colorwww.marysuekrueger.comJoan DelaneyOil Pastelwww.pinkypawsportraits.comJessica Marianiellowww.straydogarts.com
- Pet Photographers
Jean Stelten-Beuningwww.topdogcountryclub.comJim Bendawww.bendaphotography.comPatrick Nauwww.patricknau.comMichael Andersonadesignerportraits.com/pet-photography/
Nature’s Variety Rawwww.naturesvariety.com/InstinctRawStella & Chewy’s Rawhttp://www.stellaandchewys.comOrijenwww.orijen.ca/orijen/about/Zignaturezignature.comLiquid Health K9 Glucosaminewww.liquidhealthpets.comGrizzly Salmon Oilwww.grizzlypetproducts.comK9 Immunitywww.alohamedicinals.com/pet.htm
- End of life care
There is nothing more difficult than saying goodbye to the furry love of your life. These resources can make it a little easier.Blue Skies Pet EuthanasiaGentle and compassionate euthanasia of your pet companion in the comfort of your home651.332.4763www.blueskiespet.comMinnesota Pets – Dr. Rebecca McComasEuthanasia in the comfort and privacy of your home.651.354.9423www.minnesotapets.netSolace Veterinary Hospice – Dr. Karen RandallIn home hospice and euthanasia services952.920.9200www.solaceveterinaryhospice.comPet Cremation Services of MNPrivate/Individual Pet Cremation952.925.1234www.petcremationofMN.com
- What happens to your pet when you die?
Many dogs end up in shelters when owners pass away or move to assisted living. Most times, no one planned ahead for the dog in the event of these unhappy circumstances. Planning ahead with a Pet Trust can help ensure the safety and security of your dog.
Top Dog Foundation has great information about Pet Trusts and how to get started!