Pet Loss

It's important to remember that it's okay to feel sad, to grieve for your pet because for many people, the death of a pet is a profound loss. These powerful and complex emotions are part of the grieving process, something that we all do in our own individual way.
Don't ever feel that your loss is diminished because it was an animal. Your pet has been with you through food times and bad, a central point to many memories, and your loss is significant. You are justified in yoru feelings and should never feel as if your grief should be less than it is.


There are many options available when you are dealing with the death of a pet. Many owners choose cremation. There are even cemeteries specifically for pets. Your local funeral director can help you determine what's best for your and answer any questions about what is permissible and available in your area.


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“Reprinted with the permission of the National Funeral Directors Association,
June 2009.”


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