Angel Pets Expo 2019

June 8th, 2019 Downtown Asheville

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And a great time was had by all!!

Hundreds of people from all over the region came to see and network with over 40 Vendors related to supportive pet care products and services, nutritional pet supplements,  canine rehab specialists, pet trainers, senior pet needs, end-of-life care, caregiver support, artists, memorabilia, pet supplies, artists, veterinarians, healers,  animal acupuncturists and chiropractors, pet groomers, memorial sanctuary, animal communicators and more!

Angel Pets Vendors

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See pictures and review:

Check out Angel Pets Expo 2019 Post 

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Angel Pets Expo 2020 Date TBA

Check back soon!!!

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Angel Pets Facebook page coming soon!!

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Join ‘Angel Pets Social’ Meetup

July 11th, 2019 ~ 6:30p 

Tupelo Honey South

Visit Bright Star Studio meetup group to RSVP or with me directly!!!

Join ‘Angel Pets Social’ on meetup

Angel Pets Vendors, Supporters and all pet lovers welcome!

This is a pet-lovers social and follow up from the magical Angel Pets Expo and Angel Pets Conference. Expo vendors, Expo attendees, conference attendees, Angel Pets Supporters and all pet lovers welcome to join for socializing, talking and networking about all things pets! The goal of the Angel Pets Expo was to bring people together with resources and services which help the care and honoring of our pets, and ourselves as pet parents. The pioneering, Angel Pets conference covered many topics on senior pet care needs, end-of-life care, caregiver support and grief healing. This meetup is to continue the pet-loving community building and support, to learn, chat and to have fun!

Bright Star Contact info

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Asheville Angel Pets Conference

Senior Pet Needs, End-of-Life Care & Grief Support

Angel Pets Conference Review Post

I’ve added a post: Angel Pets Conference 2019 Review. Please check out the photos. The post is also open for comments! Please check it out!

https://angelpetsconference.com/2019/06/13/angel-pets-conference-2019-review/

I formulated the Angel Pets Opening into a Blog post:

Angel Pets Opening: Eye-rolling, Yoga and Love

https://angelpetsconference.com/2019/06/13/angel-pets-opening-eye-rolling-yoga-and-love/

People from all over the region attended this pioneering, unique and much needed conference covering many topics on Senior pet needs, End-of-life care and grief support to help us become more knowledgeable and comfortable with this difficult, but inevitable time in our pets’ lives.

VIDEO (YouTube): https://youtu.be/qZbdnPpQnTo

The goal is to help us become more knowledgeable and comfortable in caring for our pets (and ourselves) during this difficult, but inevitable time in our pets’ lives.

Angel Pets Conference 2019 Post

“We all want to lovingly care for our pets during this critical time, but we do not always know how.”

 

 

 

 

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Angel Pets Conference 2019 Speakers

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Mattie Senior

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Please take time to thanks our

GOLD SPONSORS

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2 thoughts on “About

    Dr. Ann Weber said:
    February 4, 2014 at 10:58 pm

    My interest in dealing with “pet bereavement” led me decades ago to to study it in my discipline, social psychology. I’m interested in identifying new resources to help people to face pet loss (including disappearance as well as loss, death of animals where you volunteer as well as end of life for your own pets). I’m also a committed pet guardian/owner for many years, a real gusher of tears, and am always open to new ways to face death, prepare for grieving, and commemorate animal companions past. Looking forward to it!

    Jeffrey said:
    April 18, 2014 at 1:29 am

    We lost our pet 3 years ago after 14 years. There is not a day that goes by where our family doesn’t think about what is missing in our lives. Losing a pet is losing a dear member.

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