By Rachel Pratt
The death of a pet, especially a first pet, can be more traumatic for a child than it is for an adult.
Often the child has grown up with the pet and considers it to be as much a member of the family as the people in their family.
Or if it is an early childhood service pet, a child may have grown very fond of it and rely on it being at the service.
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