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Pet Loss and Grief Support Resources


ASPCA Pet Loss Hotline
1-(877) GRIEF-10

http://www.aspca.org/about-us/contact-us

Pet parents can receive help from the ASPCA Pet Loss Support program with the following issues:

  • ​Assistance with the decision to euthanize.​​
  • Comfort and support at the time of euthanasia.Help with grieving the loss.
  • Advice on dealing with children, the elderly or disabled individuals who are facing a death of a companion animal.
  • Helping the surviving animals in the household to cope.
  • ​Assistance in establishing a relationship with a new pet.​


NCSU Veterinary Health Complex- Client Counseling and Grief Support
919-513-3901 or jeannine_moga@ncsu.edu

https://cvm.ncsu.edu/nc-state-vet-hospital/small-animal/family-community-services/

The NCSU Veterinary Health Complex offers free phone crisis/pet loss counseling for community members, as well as a bereavement group.  The clinical counselor is a licensed clinical social worker whose specialties include human-animal relationships, traumatic loss, and grief counseling.

SPCA of Wake County Pet Loss Support Group
Contact Vanessa Budnick, Humane Educator
919-532-2087 or vbudnick @ spcawake.org
http://spcawake.org/services/pet-loss-support-group/

The SPCA Pet Loss Support Group welcomes anyone grieving the loss of a pet, regardless of when your pet passed away or where you are in the grieving process.  It is offered as a free service to the community.

North Carolina Pet Loss Resources 
http://www.pet-loss.net/resources/NC.shtml

A Kid's Guide to Dealing with the Loss of a Pet
http://bluebuffalo.com/library/a-kids-guide-to-dealing-with-the-loss-of-a-pet

Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement
www.aplb.org

Day By Day Pet Caregiver Support
www.daybydaypetsupport.com

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