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We’ve all had that once-in-a-lifetime pet that we would do absolutely anything for. To us, they’re more than just a pet; they’re a best friend and/or a member of the family. The hardest part about having a pet is saying goodbye. Sometimes we know it’s coming, other times we don’t, but the feelings that come with losing a pet are hard, can feel overwhelming and completely normal. Today we want to share a few ways to help cope with the loss of a pet and we truly hope that this information makes this time just a little easier for you and your family.
Even though every person experiences grief individually, that doesn’t mean you have to do it alone. There are so many resources available online, in magazines and in your own family to help you cope during this hard time.
Even though this time is hard, our pets have given us so many joyous memories that we should still remember. It might be hard at first, or at times, but remembering all of the amazing adventures and happy memories you had together (like that time they got ultra-mega zoomies in the backyard!) will bring a smile to your face.
One of the hardest parts about losing a pet is moving forward and everyone is on their own timeline. Never think that you have to feel a certain way by the next day, week, or even months. The most important thing to do is to give yourself time.
Some people are ready to get another pet shortly after, while others aren’t. Allow yourself to take the time needed for you. There is so much joy from having a pet, but always wait until your heart is ready to welcome another friend.
We know this post may have been hard to read, but we want each and every one of you to know that we are here for you and we personally know how hard it is to lose such amazing best friends. We hope this provided some relief, support and helpful information that you can use now, in the future, and share with a friend who needs it.