If you're grieving a pet loss, taking time off of work may be one of the best ways to care for yourself. So as you approach your pet's end of life stage, try to plan for how to get days off work with this guide.
If you're grieving the death of a pet, you have rights, just like anyone else going through a loss. Know yours so that you can set boundaries and help others support you appropriately.
Comforting a friend as they go through pet loss grief can be confounding, especially if you don't know what to say. Avoid the biggest pitfalls and provide compassionate pet support with this guide to what NOT to say after a friend's loss of an animal companion.
Forming a community of grief support around you following the loss of a pet is an important piece of the emotional healing puzzle. How to do so is sometimes easier said than done. We'll help you navigate the process.
Know someone going through pet loss? Offer your support and compassion in ways that are positive and meaningful. This guide provides the practical and mindful ideas you need to be a source of peace and comfort.
Don't let anyone suggest that the grief you feel at the loss of your pet is any less real than the pain others experience. Cultivating your mental health starts by acknowledging the legitimacy of your loss. Here's the science that explains why it's as intense as losing a family member or worse.
Worried you'll feel lost without something to remember your pet by after she or he is gone? Create for yourself a comfort object that gives you an anchor in the pet grief storm.