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How We Ensure You and Those You Love
Will Never Have to Walk the Journey Alone

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The grief journey lasts a lifetime and begins with the first loss we experience. When most think of grief they think of what they will endure when their loved one is no longer alive. 


Rarely do we even consider the grief journey someone who has been diagnosed with a life-limiting illness is traveling. Another day provides support to everyone affected by that life limiting illness from the moment that their world has been turned upside down.

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The Bello Project journeys with the pet along the path of their loved one’s life-limiting illness to maintain the unshakeable bond between pet and pet-owner until death occurs. Why is this important? 


If the pet can see the changes in their owner they will be more accepting of the death. Keeping this companionship together maintains a source of unconditional love they both need.

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Pet Lovers Death Cafe

For many people, pets are considered as an integral part of their family, and their relationship with their pet is different than with their human family. An HHA Death Café for Pet Lovers builds on the international social movement of Death Cafes.


Originated in the UK in 2010, the goal of a Death Café is to encourage conversation about the one reality we all share but a topic few wish to talk about.

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How many hats would you need to wear if you were caring for a friend of family member walking the journey of a life-threatening illness?  Statistics tell us that for every person living with a life-threatening illness, there are at least five other people intimately affected.


The oxygen mask theory reminds us that we cannot take care of others unless we find some time to take care of ourselves. Whether it is help in the home, help dealing with an endless schedule of medical appointments or help by always be "up" "positive" "motivated"; caring for others is exhausting! Home Hospice Association is there.