Pet loss.

Losing a pet will affect every pet parent at some point in their life. It is the hardest part of having a furry family member. Sometimes losing a pet can even be more difficult than losing a human companion.

Every person will cope with grief differently which is normal.

However, many times pet parents feel alone and without resources during the most difficult time in their life.

This webinar was filmed a week after losing my soul pup, Finn. Even though we work with pet parents every week, losing Finn was one of the most difficult moments in my life. Even a year later, I still feel grief and sadness when I think of him. However, I wanted pet parents to have resources to help cope with their grief and also know that it’s ok to grieve over losing your pets.

In this webinar, you will learn about:

  • The different stages of grief

  • Exercises to help you process your grief in a healthy way

  • Where to find support if you’re feeling alone

  • Ways to remember and memorialize our loved ones

This is a sensitive and very important topic.

We hope you find it helpful in whatever place you’re in, whether it is grieving for the loss of your pet or preparing for the possible end-of-life situation with your beloved pet.

To learn more about my personal lessons learned from losing our beloved soul pup to cancer, click here.


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*Disclaimer: This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your own veterinarian or doctor. The information contained in is strictly for educational purposes. Therefore, if you wish to apply ideas contained in, you are taking full responsibility for your actions. Please consult your veterinarian for medical advice for your own pets. Dr. Katie Woodley cannot answer specific questions about your pet’s medical issues or make medical recommendations for your pet without first establishing a veterinarian-client-patient relationship.

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