“When we think of those companions who traveled by our side down life’s road, let us not say with sadness that they left us behind, but rather say with gentle gratitude that they once were with us.” – Unknown
Losing a pet you love can be almost as difficult as losing a person with whom you’ve been close. You will cherish the memories of your pet’s companionship and devotion long after their brief life has ended.
When a pet dies, it is important you and your family grieve. Feelings of confusion, disorganization, sadness, or guilt are natural reactions to your recent loss, and you should not suppress them. It helps to talk about and to embrace the memories of your pet. Everyone experiences grief differently, so be sure to respect each person’s need to grieve in his or her own way.
Should you seek special pet grief counseling services, reach Memory Meadows. We will connect you with an extremely calming and compassionate former funeral director in the area for over 25 years. Memory Meadows offers these client counseling services on a case-by-case basis. Take a positive step towards healing!