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PET LOSS

Bereavement resources to help you and your family cope during this distressful time. You will tools, books, and other resources to help with the pain and grief following the loss of a beloved pet.

We understand that grieving pet owners experience both physical and emotional trauma as they adapt to the upheaval in their lives brought about by the loss of a pet. Children can be especially upset over the death of their pet.

WestVet Pet Loss Information

Pet Loss Support Page. List of hotlines, groups, and counselors by state.

Association of Pet Loss and Bereavement. This site offers chat rooms, links, pet memorial pages, a grief hotline number, pet grief counselors, and support group information for both the United States and Ontario. In addition, information for equine loss and resources for children are offered.

Forever Pets. Provides specialized and customized urns, paw prints, and plaques. Also offers a list of pet loss books, links that include lost and missing pets, online pet memorials, information on pet portraits, pet loss counselors, animal rescues and shelters, helpful articles on grief, custom designed sympathy cards, and pet owner support groups.

Our Pals. A wonderful resource for pet grief support that includes poems, stories, and tips on how to prepare for pet loss. Memorial merchandise is also available.

Lightning Strike Pet-Loss Support. The site’s name originates from the hope that this page will provide lightning-fast help for pet owners grieving from loss. The site features blogs and book listings from others who have experienced pet loss.

Pet Loss Hotlines

Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine: 1-866-266-8635  or 1-509-335-5704

Tufts University Pet Loss Support: 508-839-7966

Treasure Valley Pet Loss Counselor

Christine Drouillard, Licensed Clinical Social Worker
910 Main St., Ste 231, Boise, ID 83702
(208) 283-8362

WestVet Blog

Dr. Desiree FitzGerald, Emergency Veterinarian, completed training in pet loss and worked as a pet loss counselor for several years. She offered some thoughts on grief in two blogs:

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