MU offers grief counseling to pet owners
Friday, November 22, 2013
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- Grieving pet owners can now receive counseling through a new University of Missouri program.
Clients of the university's Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital can get free counseling through the program, which is called Together in Grief, Easing Recovery, or TIGER after the school mascot.
The program builds on work by the MU Research Center for Human-Animal Interaction.
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