Christmas Pet Photo Contest Winners

1st Place Christmas Pet Contest Winner Today we are proud to announce the winners of our Christmas Pet Photo Contest. As always, we are dedicated to providing our furry friends a pet protection supplemental benefit with every owner’s preneed insurance policy.

In this Facebook contest, pet parents submitted their favorite photos of a best-dressed or best-decorated pet in a Christmas theme.
Click below to find out who won!

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7 Things You Can Do to Heal After Pet Loss (Part 2)

7 Things You Can Do to Heal After Pet LossThe healings begins after losing a pet.

What happens when our beloved pet dies? Are our friends, family and co-workers equally as accepting? And for that matter, are we accepting of our own grief – or do we simply try to function “on top” of the feelings?

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7 Things You Can Do to Heal After Pet Loss (Part 1)

7 Things You Can Do to Heal After Pet Loss (Part 1)Loss, and the resulting heartache,
is a part of life.

And usually we’re faced with doing the best we can to manage the sorrow left behind, and carry on with our day-to-day responsibilities. Yet, at such a time, we are hampered by unrecognized, unacknowledged, and untended symptoms of grief.

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‘Tis the season to enter the “Christmas Pet Photo Contest”

PRESS RELEASE November 28, 2012
Security National Life cares about your whole family – including pets

SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH – Security National Life launches Christmas Pet Photo Contest because for many of us, pets are also part of the family. Security National Life aims to celebrate our furry friends and inform owners that with every preneed insurance policy, they provide a pet protection supplemental benefit.

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Keeping Memories Alive

Keeping Memories AliveMany physical items hold our memories and we treasure them not for themselves, but for what they inspire us to remember.

Much the way photos moves us, sometimes to tears, often to hysterical laughing, those clothes, that hair! These keepsakes can be anything from cards, photos, a ratty chewed up slipper a beloved pet commandeered.

Today, I came across a card from my mother. It was the last card she ever gave me and there it was – her signature, once bold, in perfect cursive, now faint and slightly shaky as the ravages of ALS sets in, “To My Sweetheart” on the envelope.

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Paw Prints on Our Hearts

Paw Prints on Our Hearts If you haven’t seen Hachi a Dog's Tale, you have to run out and rent it this weekend. It is the story of a dog's unrelenting love and devotion to his deceased owner.

From time to time we hear this story in real life… pets loving their owners enough to withstand death, time, and distance. But what about man’s devotion to their pets?

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Family and Pet Protection

Currently all of our preneed plans have a no-cost “Child-Grandchild-Great Grandchild” supplement to help cover the loss of a child, and because these days some pets are like children – that same supplement will also help cover that loss as well.

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