AVON LAKE, Ohio — Shedding a pet is difficult for anybody, particularly those that are used to having a tail wagging at dwelling every day.
Ashley Pease-Mitchell, a seventh-grade English and Language Arts trainer in Avon Lake, wrote a guide to assist those that misplaced an animal grieve.
“Tails from Heaven” stemmed from when Mitchell and her household misplaced their beloved Golden Retriever, Money. After his passing final 12 months, she explains it was tough to navigate life with out their four-legged pal.
“We had been all misplaced for some time after his passing, attempting to navigate life with this big vacancy that was in our dwelling and inside us after 13 years,” Mitchell mentioned.
Not solely did it damage her, however she wanted to remain robust for her youngsters Scotty and Scarlett, so she took to writing.
“Every part damage, however I wanted to determine easy methods to keep it up for the sake of my children,” mentioned Mitchell. “I wanted to persuade myself Money was in a greater place as a result of it was the one technique to tolerate his absence.”
The Westlake native is donating earnings from the guide to the Golden Retrievers in Want Rescue Group.
“I needed to assist anybody who has misplaced a canine really feel hope for the way forward for their pups and themselves… I imagine this guide will assist adults and children heal after dropping a canine.”
You should purchase the guide here.
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