The Death of Your Beloved Pet
Healing the hurt – grief after pet loss.
Maybe you didn’t expect to hurt this much, even though you loved your pet with all your heart. Or, maybe you’re worried that you haven’t grieved enough.
Topics covered include:
- Nobody told me it would be this hard
- Normal feelings of grief
- Guilt strategies
- Memorializing a pet
- and much more….
Written by Dana Durrance, M.A.
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What Customers Say
I’m just writing to say thank you. Today, May 28th, 2019, my beloved dutch bun, Greg, passed after 11 wonderful years together. It was heartbreaking and traumatic for me, especially thinking that I wouldn’t have a part of him to hold onto. The vet clinic offered me a cremation option to have his ashes, to my surprise. They took it up a notch when the told me about the clay imprint. I didn’t even hesitate to say yes and I’m glad I did. I took it home, and both me and my boyfriend put our thumbprints on the unbaked clay and now I have a forever memory of my precious bunny.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart.