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Miles is the Grief Speaks's Mascot and also acts like a therapy dog. He brings a lot of joy to many through his presence with grievers as well as through his photos and now through his YouTube videos. Please check out the videos that he and his brothers star in to help educate children, teens and adults about grief, loss and coping. If you like them you can subscribe to Griefspeaker on YouTube to see new videos. Simply click: www.youtube.com/Griefspeaker

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Miles, Cody and Stanley
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Our wonderful dogs
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"Hey check us out on YouTube!"

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
We are blessed to have 3 wonderful dogs to share our home with. One of them is named Miles. Miles has become a much beloved dog in our family, neighborhood, on Facebook and more recently on YouTube. Miles loves to be filmed. Please enjoy the clips below of Miles as I talk about grief, loss and ways to cope. Some videos are just of Miles and a couple also have his dog brothers too.
 
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If you like the videos please "subscribe" to my YouTube channel: Griefspeaker and when new ones come out they will be sent to you
 
 

Miles Learns About Grief

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