Available now in Kindle format! Print books will be available by April 15th.


A candid, practical and surprisingly humorous book by animal intuitive and healer Alexa Linton designed to help you navigate your pet’s final transition as gracefully as humanly possible. Kindle version available here now.



Losing a beloved pet sucks.

But, what if it could suck less? What if, instead of draining your joy and energy and causing you to feel like a ship without an anchor, the final transition of your animal could feel different, easier, maybe even sacred?

Yes, reading this book is going to require tissues and some courage, but it will leave you with the tools, the skill and the presence to navigate your pet’s final transition as gracefully as humanly possible.

Whether you just welcomed your first puppy or horse into your family, are currently navigating the often confusing, sad and frustrating waters of the final chapters of your pet’s life, or are grieving the loss of a beloved furry family member, you have come to the right place.

Death is actually easier when we are given the space to understand and feel.

We are not taught how to navigate this inevitable transition, how to process the seemingly unending feeling of loss we feel, or hold space for our animals during their final moments. This guide is a chance to develop the skills you need to be the best steward of your animals, to build the tools to stay healthy and present, to shift the blocks that keep you from moving forward, and to truly understand the sacred process that is death and dying.

In my book, Death Sucks, I share techniques to strengthen your intuition and connect with your animal around their unique timing and experience, powerful tools to help you be as present and peaceful as possible for your animal in their time of transition, body work and energy work techniques to ease discomfort for your animal, build connection and increase vibrancy and longevity, rites of passage and simple practical rituals to cultivate lasting peace for you and your animals, ideas to honour your unique animal and the joy they brought to your life, and much more.

Would you like a copy of Death Sucks for yourself or for a friend, colleague or family member moving through this challenging transition with one of their animals? The Kindle version is available now at this link and the print version will be available for purchase on by April 15th.



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