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The Loss of a Pet

We have provided resources to help you cope with your grief. Please reach out to us if you need additional resources or specialized help with moving forward from your loss.

 


 

The Loss of a Pet

Losing a pet is never easy, and it’s only natural that we grieve over our lost companion. Our feelings toward pets are so extraordinary that experts have termed the relationship: the human/companion animal bond.

When this bond is severed, the sense of loss can be overwhelming. Society does not offer a grieving pet owner a great deal of sympathy. Psychologists now acknowledge that we need as much support, but receive far less, with the loss of a companion animal. Veterinarians realize that their final obligation to their pet patients also involves dealing with the pet owners’ grief.

This does not mean that veterinarians are trained as psychologists and psychiatrists. However, it does mean that the veterinary doctor, who knows you and your pet, also understands your natural feeling of loss-and is able to offer support.



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