Two Hearts Pet Loss Center

“In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert’s, there are few.”

I’m honored you’re here to join me in this space of pet loss and grief. Throughout my journey as founder of Pet Angel Memorial Center and co-founder of The Pet Loss Center, the learning has been overwhelming and continues every day. Hearing every day what loving pet parents need in the death of their beloved fur-friend, as well as what veterinary professionals are desiring in walking with pet parents in a pet’s end-of-life journey.

Let’s do this together. Let’s support each other, and let’s come together to heal and honor those special pets who have been a part of our world. Their life, and their death, will rock our wold. Let’s get through this together.

I’m here for you..
 

A Companion For Your Journey

Memorial Wall

Whether a tribute, a farewell letter, a final goodbye or shared memories among friends and family, our Pet Memorial section is dedicated to those that have given us their unconditional love and devotion. We invite you to visit this section, and pay tribute to your beloved companion(s). We thank you for sharing their story with us.

Simon

Not a day goes by that I do not think about you and miss you. You rescued me not too long after Sammy’s passing. You made me find my smile again and I hoped to love you for many years to come. We didn’t get to have years….we had a… Read more “Simon”

Susan Wujastyk
Jan 1, 2018-Jan 15, 2019

Mowgli

Michelle C.
10/25/2019

Mocha

This is the post I never wanted to have to write… but that we all know is inevitable.
Today I am thankful for 12 yrs. spent with my Mo – and only wishing it could have been more 💜
Our vacation was not what I anticipated. A mere… Read more “Mocha”

Janice
Sept. 4, 2006 - Sept. 23, 2018

What our Clients are Saying

Blogs

Your Why Might Just Show Up In the Rain

Your Why Might Just Show Up In the Rain

Every day I revisit my “why” as it truly gives me the strength, power, motivation and oomph to go do more and be better in my journey! For anyone who’s been in my Pet Loss classes, (if you haven’t done one of them yet, make that a part of your 2020 resolutions to...

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When DO you get rid of a deceased pet’s things?

When DO you get rid of a deceased pet’s things?

I wish I had a dime for every time I’ve been asked this question. I’m not sure if people believe there are some rules as to the perfect time, or if societal rules are our there somewhere on the protocol here. Oh, by the way, you remember my thoughts about society’s...

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Pet Parents

For every pet parent, the death of a beloved pet is faced with so many emotions. What did I miss? Why did this happen? What will I do without this precious love in my life?

Mix all of that with the fact that there are some people who do not understand the deep grief associated with this type of loss. For so many pet lovers, pets are truly family members and the hole left in one's heart and home cuts deep.
We're here, A Companion For Your Journey. For every pet care professional and loving pet parent, we are YOUR trusted resource. We're here to walk with you and to be of support in a variety of ways:

  • Writing and journaling the memories shared with your pet is a part of the active mourning, and healing process. Post a memorial tribute, telling the world about the life you shared with a special love.
  • Join us on our Facebook Live session, Your Companion-Your Voice, to hear from our Pet Loss Pioneer Coleen on one more aspect of the grief journey. Together we'll talk about the next week's mourning work from the Pet Loss Journal.
  • Questions about your pet's end-of-life options. Everything you'll want to know about the entire end-of-life walk, from pet hospice to burial and cremation. Know the choices that are right for you and right for your pet.
  • Brochures and other printed resources, designed for the unique grief of losing a beloved pet.
  • Share your thoughts on our on-line support forum, Your Voice. joining other pet lovers who are also experiencing the death of a beloved pet. What are you thinking and feeling, and how can we help each other through the darkness and into the light of the grief walk.

Message me if you'd like to chat personally. We're here to walk with you, to be with you, and to share in your journey.

After all, "when I invite others into my grief, I heal."

 

Get in Touch With Coleen!

If you need assistance with the final arrangements and cremation for a beloved pet, please call The Pet Loss Center at 817.431.PAWS
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