When a pet passes, it is devastating. Sure you might want to get a pet memorial or pet cremation urn to remember your pet loss. But what kind of product do you choose? Don’t you also want the world to remember your pet?
I regularly visit dog parks and see the joy these family members bring their owners for many years, and I see the concern owners have near the end of their pet’s lives. But the main thing I have seen missing from all of the memorial sites out there is that they are flogging product, they don’t seem to care about your grieving at all, so this is what this site is about.
How to Overcome Grief when your pet dies
There is no easy system, but it may help to know what you are going to go through. For this reason I have researched and provide specific information on pet loss grief’s five steps: Denial, Anger, Strategies, Depression, Acceptance. I hope that this helps. There is even information on how to help your children cope with your pet loss.
This site aims to provide you with articles that will help you make sense of the pet death and grieving process. If it helps even a little, I think that it’s all been worthwhile.
If you would like to send me your story to include on this site, please use the contact form. Once I have received it, I will endeavour to reply and ask for an image of your beloved pet to share with the world.