Parliament Issue 29 • Pets In Deathcare

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Parliament Issue 29 • Pets In Deathcare

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Pets are just property - right?  In the current world we live pets may have been seen as just property, but the times are changing! Society keeps treating pets more and more as part of the family - so what are the potential benefits and risks?  Can we just ignore the changes or do we as a profession need to be doing more?  In this issue you will read how things are changing and what you may want to consider!  

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Letter from the Publisher
  • The World Of Pets In Deathcare Is Changing
  • So You Want a Grief Therapy Dog In Your Funeral Home or Cemetery? Here are a Few Hows and Whys by Roberta Knauf
  • "That Dog Attacked Me - I Had to Shoot!" | A Case Analysis on a Historic Pet Case
  • Being the Change In a Static Industry by Coleen Ellis
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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.