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The One Last Network podcast is dedicated to the connecting pet guardians with the support and services they may need as their companion animals age, grow ill and ultimately leave our physical world.

We are professional pet photographers who identified this need after serving so many clients who come to us for end of life pet photography, which we often call Memory, Rainbow or Legacy sessions. Come back here each Saturday for a new episode or subscribe on your favorite podcast listener.

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Breaking the silence of pet loss grief with Beth Bigler

Beth Bigler of Honoring Our Animals dispenses with the idea that we must feel shame for pet loss grief and seeking professional help for it.

The transformative power of therapy animals with Mary Margaret Callahan

Mary Margaret Callahan of Pet Partners dives deep into how therapy animals bring comfort to a variety of environments.

The Enneagram and pet loss grief with Wendy van de Poll

Wendy Van de Poll is a certified Enneagram professional, applying it to her coaching for pet loss grief.

Expert tips on dog fitness with Brittni Haywood

Brittni Heywood of Potential Unleashed in Kuna, Idaho, is on a mission to ensure dogs are fit and healthy.

An escape from vet tech to pet photographer

Tracy Munson was a vet tech in Toronto, Ontario, but she had to make a run for it for her own wellbeing.

Plasma takes pet supplements to another level

Tim Mitchum of WinProPet fills us in a new ingredient in pet supplements: spray-dried plasma.

The Art of Shifting Gears

Host Angela Schneider is taking the podcast in a different direction, since the topic of pet loss grief can be so overwhelming.

The Art of Diagnosing Doggy Dementia

Jessey Scheip of MIndful Mentor Behavior Consulting in Fairfax, Virginia, fills us in cognitive canine disorder, or doggy dementia.

The Art of Ministering Comfort

Scott Campbell is the veterinary chaplain at Washington State University in Pullman, Washington. He joins us to talk about how he supports the clinic at WSU.
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