Pet Parents

I lost my “baby girl” in 2003, and was devastated. I felt like no one understood why I could be so upset over losing “just a dog.” None of her end was what it should have been, and for that I had to power through my guilt as well as the grief for what should have been.

Maybe that’s where you’re at too. Or where you’ve been.

I’m glad you’re here. Please know I do understand… well I understand how I felt and know the pain. Therefore I empathize with you in your journey.

Permission to bawl your eyes out for that beautiful sweet creature. The one who rocked your world in life and taught you so many lessons, and the loss which kicked you in the gut as they made their exit. However, how blessed we are to have known THAT kind of love.

If you’ve just started the final walk with your beautiful pet, I encourage you to make that end an experience and not just an event. Take some time to develop and then complete a Bucket List. (I have a guide to help you.) Create those final memorable moments of which you’ll be forever grateful.

If you’re struggling with the vast emotions of pet loss and grief, I’m here. Message me if you need a resource or anything.

We’re in this together. I’m here for you.

If  I can get you a Pet Loss Support Journal to use in your grief journey, just holler. You can let me know below, and I’ll either email you a copy, or I’m honored to send you the helpful piece.


Helping You...

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.
  • 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 Facebook page, 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.

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

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