Love that Will Last ‘Fur-ever’:
How to Cope with the Loss of Our Pet?
Grief would be a natural response to death, no matter if the loved one was a human or an animal. For centuries, humans have shared a strong bond with companion animals. Pets provide joy, acceptance, and companionship. They help us stay active and social and give us a sense of purpose in life. That is why coping with the death of a pet can be challenging and lengthy.
Some people might have difficulty understanding your grieving process, but it is essential to realize that it is okay to grieve and take time to heal. Rituals are an indispensable part of the healing process. Having a pet funeral, burial, or memorial service for your beloved friend is a way to correctly say goodbye and reminisce about their importance in your life.
Reaching out to others who have shared the same experience can be helpful. You can seek comfort in online forums, pet loss support groups, or with friends. If you have more pets, try to keep a routine. Animals also experience loss, so giving extra attention to the surviving pets it’s important during this time. Alongside this, spending time with your other pets can lift your mood and have joyful moments.
Our Services: Burials and Memorial Items for Pets
We can help you find the ideal final resting place in a nearby pet cemetery. Also, prior to burial or cremation, we can create keepsakes for you to remember your pet for years to come.
This includes ink paw prints, clay paw prints, or keepsakes that include locks of fur or feathers. Ask our caring staff for more details on what we offer by clicking below.
"Such short little lives our pets have to spend with us, and they spend most of it waiting for us to come home each day. It is amazing how much love and laughter they bring into our lives and even how much closer we become with each other because of them."
— John Grogan, Marley and Me: Life and Love with the World's Worst Dog