PET LOSS SUPPORT
Stages of grief can be complex. This chart may help you as well as your client understand the emotions they are experiencing.
PET HOSPICE SERVICES
What is veterinary hospice?
Veterinary Hospice is a family-centered, medically supervised, and team-oriented service dedicated to maintaining comfort and quality of life for the terminally ill or geriatric pet until natural death occurs or the family elects euthanasia.
Modeled originally from human hospice, this specific type of veterinary care is focused on the comfort of your pet, not at finding a cure for his or her disease. It is important to note that veterinary hospice does not include any diagnostic or blood-work services. Their goal is to focus on comfort and maintaining the human animal bond.
For more information on a wonderful hospice service, visit Lap Of Love here.
PET LOSS SUPPORT
Support Center of Lap of Love
Veterinary Care Coordinators across the United States are offering guidance and support for one of the hardest phone calls that we, as pet parents, may ever make.
You are not alone - we are here for you every day of the week to coordinate and assist you every step of the way.
Day by Day Pet Caregiver Support
(Hotline and Chatroom)
Rainbow Bridge Pet Loss Grief Support (families)
The Pet loss Support Page-Ten Tips on Coping with Pet Loss (families)
The Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement (families and veterinary teams)
End of Life Care I ASPCA
Pet Loss Hotline: (877) GRIEF-10
Best Friends-resources across the United States
Argus Hosts a Friends of Friends Pet Loss Support Group
This support group meets on the first Saturday of the month at CSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital, from 10-11:30 a.m. in the Comfort Room, ACC109. Groups are free-of-charge. Please call for more information, including holiday or inclement weather status.
Leigh Ann Gerk, MA, LPC
A support group for pet parents with “special needs” pet.
New York Animal Medical Center
New York, New Jersey and surrounding areas
Veterinary Wisdom for Pet Parents
Support for Pet Parents
Support for Veterinary Professionals
Two Hearts Pet Loss Center
Books on Pet Loss for adults and children
CHILDREN AND YOUNG ADULTS