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Separated Soul Mates Pet Loss Support
They Mattered and Grief is normal.
Bo Paws It Forward is a non profit that provides grants for pet guardians in need of medical or behavioral care for their dogs and are facing temporary hardship or limited income. We recently added the Separate Soul Mates pet loss support services that benefit our programs.
Our rates: We are here for you at no cost. Donations made to Bo Paws It Forward are appreciated as that is one way we are able to provide services for pet parents and the community. Our community is a large one with pet parents seeking support all across the U.S.
These visits are where we delve into how I can help you best. Usually its simply having someone listen-really listen to what you miss about your beloved pet or perhaps help you process the helplessness and anger. I have a lot of life experience with loss since my adult life has been dedicated to rescue, animal welfare and hospice fostering. I also have a unique skill set with natural empathy that led me to pet loss classes, workshops and certfication.
Pet loss is a very disenfranchised grief and we are working to change that with community and a promise of judgement-free communication.
Sessions are offered by Zoom, phone call, and email. On our website, we have a Pet Loss Support intake form -any information you want to share helps me prepare on how best to help you. https://bopawsitforward.org/intake-pet-loss-support-form
We do not have a set schedule for sessions so that I can work with you as soon as you need. Email support is offered 7 days a week- I check my email between 8-9 Am (eastern standard time) , 1-2 pm and 6-7 PM. If you send me an email within those hours, YOU WILL get a response. Email: SSgrief@gmail.com OR firstname.lastname@example.org
Best Life Counselling RP
58 Lambs Lane
Ontario, L1C 3G5
Joan Ghering Miller
Home Phone: (705) 931-4003
Grieving the loss of a pet: You’re not alone
When you lose a beloved companion animal your whole world can change. Grief is unique and isn’t reserved for the loss of humans. There is a Human-Animal bond that is important to acknowledge.
Feeling emotionally vulnerable is natural when you lose a pet. You need to process overwhelming feelings. One first step is to know you are not alone.
I am here to help you through this difficult journey.
Please reach to speak with me, as a Certified Pet Loss Grief Specialist with the Associataion for Pet Loss and Bereavement; talking will help ease your pain.
Losing your companion animal can be an extremely difficult and painful experience. Knowing how to support yourself during an emotional time can help you feel more at ease.
With the right insight and knowledge, I can help you understand and care for yourself in the best way possible.My approach acknowledges your loss and my 15yrs of combined clinical and community, private practice experiences will help you navigate this difficult time of mourning.
Contact me for a free 15 minute consult to begin your journey of healing with the loss of your pet.
Joan Miller, RP, GDC, BScN, (She/Her)
Registered Psychotherapist and MH RN
Best Life Counselling RP
Bowmanville, ON, CANADA
Mobile Phone: (908) 477-5822
Azure Holland, A Mobile Veterinary Service
514 Daniels St Suite 171
North Carolina, 27605
Because comfort, familiarity, and family mean everything. Once you have made the difficult decision to let your pet pass on peacefully, Dr. Holland can provide the kindest and most compassionate way to say goodbye.
Pets are part of your family. Dr. Azure Holland understands that the decision to put your pet to sleep is a difficult decision to make, and it is one made with care and love. In home pet euthanasia and veterinary hospice is a compassionate option for you and your pet because it offers the comfort and familiarity of home for your dog or cat as well as privacy for your family.
We are here to help…
I’m a 2023 graduate of UVM’s “Companion Animal End-of-Life Doula Professional Certificate” program, specializing in cats. I am also a certified cat behavior consultant who specializes in helping cats with chronic medical conditions. I’m available to support cat care-givers through the heart-breaks and challenges of end-of-life care. In addition to my cat behavior consulting background, I serve on the Board of Directors of Diabetic Cats in Need (a non-profit dedicated to helping low-income caregivers of diabetic cats) and was a volunteer feline medical director at a local rescue for 4 years. I have a deep knowledge and understanding of many complex cat medical conditions and have personal experience with end-of-life care, having lost 9 of my own cats. I work with cat caregivers to ease the stress and confusion that often comes with end-of-life care. I am also available to be a mindful presence at euthanasia appointments (in-person if possible, virtual if in-person is not possible), as well as bereavement support.
Every cat, every cat care-giver, and every relationship between cat and cat care-given is different and unique; I approach each client as an individual and work with clients to best fit their needs.