Parliament Issue 17 • Pet Deathcare

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Parliament Issue 17 • Pet Deathcare

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The seventeenth issue of Parliament is our Pet Issue. If you are involved with the pet deathcare profession in some way, this issue will certainly be of interest and of use to you. This issue has got something to offer pet owners as well as anyone just interested in pet deathcare, too.

In this issue of Parliament, you’ll find these articles:

• Letter From the Publisher
• The Evolving Pet Deathcare Profession: 3 Things To Do and 3 Things Not To Do
• 5 Must Know Tips When Planning For Your Pets by Peggy Hoyt
• Pets are People and Much, Much More by Coleen Ellis
• Case Analysis | The Emotional Side—I Mean Money Side—Of Pets
• About Parliament

Guest Authors

In this issue we welcome Peggy Hoyt and Coleen Ellis. Both are recognized pet deathcare experts and published authors.

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ABOUT PARLIAMENT

The owl has long been associated with wisdom, longevity and truth. They’ve appeared for centuries in old texts (and sometimes new texts) related to death and to justice.

That said, Lemasters is a blend of two things: deathcare and law.

The owl has been a part of our company symbolism since our founding (the three colored circles in the logo for Lemasters are inspired by the shape of an owl’s eye).

And the name of this publication? A Parliament is what you call a group of owls.