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Launch of APLB Story Project

The APLB is happy to announce the launch of our new project collecting heartwarming stories about people’s pets for publication on our website, in our quarterly newsletter, and on our Facebook page.

We know all too well that losing a pet is an incredibly difficult and heartbreaking experience. But the love and joy we share with our companion animals is beyond measure and it’s important to honour their memory by celebrating the time we spent together.

We know from our chatroom that it’s important for grieving pet parents to talk about their beloved companion animals and the love they shared.

We invite you to submit stories about your pets and your life together. The stories should be 300 words or less and be accompanied by a photo of your pet or you and your pet. Let’s celebrate the joy that our pets brought into our lives and keep their memories alive forever.

“We understand how much pets mean to their owners, and how difficult it can be to cope with the loss of a beloved furry friend,” said Colleen Rolland, President of the APLB. “Our new Story Project is a way for pet owners to honor the memory of their pets and share their experiences with others who have been through a similar loss.”

If you would like to participate, please email us at: and we’ll get back to you with the details.

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Live Webinar

Navigating Pet Loss & Grief

Thursday, June 6th, 2024
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Eastern

Sponsored by:

Navigating Pet Loss & Grief, hosted by Moose’s
March, this webinar is designed to support pet
owners through the difficult journey and depth of
pet loss, anticipatory grief and understanding
guilt. This webinar will also provide 3 key
takeaways for the management of grief,
Featuring insights from renowned experts
Colleen Rolland, Association of Pet Loss and
Bereavement and Dr. Nancy Curotto, Pet Loss &
Bereavement Specialist. Attendees will have an
opportunity to ask questions of the experts.

Special Holiday Schedule

We understand that the holidays can be a difficult time for pet parents missing their fur babies. APLB will be extending our hours this year to help you – we’ll get through this together.

Chat Room

Sun Dec 24: 2 – 4 pm EST
Sun Dec 24: 8 – 10 pm EST
Mon Dec 25: 8 – 10 pm EST
Tues Dec 26: 8 – 10 pm EST
Wed Dec 27: 8 – 10 pm EST
Fri Dec 29: 8 – 10 pm EST
Sun Dec. 31: 2 – 4 pm EST
Sun. Dec 31: 8 – 10 pm EST
Mon Jan 1: 8 – 10 pm EST

Video Support Group

Sat Dec 9: 7- 9 pm EST
Sun Dec 10: 7- 8:30 EST
Sat Dec. 23: 7 – 9 pm EST