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Published: August 24, 2020

Most pet owners are deeply attached to their pets. These animals become companions, friends, and are a part of our support system. It isn’t surprising that the loss of such a companion has a devastating effect on human beings. People experience intense grief and pain when a pet passes away. In fact, many owners say that the pain is equivalent to losing a family member. At The Jerry Spears Company, we encourage clients to take some time off for grieving. Consider the tips mentioned below as they may help you get through this difficult time.

1. Take The Grief Seriously

People who have never owned a pet are likely to dismiss the pain and grief associated with this loss. Unfortunately, this dismissal can impact pet owners and make them feel like they’re over-reacting. Take your grief seriously and realize that spending some time on healing can help.

2. Speak with Other Pet Owners

You can find online groups or communities that can help with the recovery process. Members of these communities will listen to you, offer advice, share memories, and provide all the comfort you need. Pet owners understand how you feel and have been in such a position before. Their support will prove invaluable, especially if friends or family don’t understand.

3. Hold a Memorial Service

Hold a small memorial service with a few compassionate friends or relatives. This can help you honor the memory of a beloved companion and offer some comfort as well. The memorial service doesn’t have to be complex or elaborate. Just bury your pet’s ashes, share the experience with a few friends, and take time to acknowledge the loss.

If you want to know about our support and funeral services, don’t hesitate to contact us at The Jerry Spears Company. Our team will be happy to help.

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