Remembering well-loved companions and holding a space of comfort and healing for their families.
posted June 30th, 2022
Colorado State University’s Department of Clinical Sciences is conducting a study on the various ways pet owners choose to memorialize their pets after they pass away. Please take the survey below if you wish to share.
Guardian Pet Aquamation lovingly sponsors two monthly Pet Loss Support Groups
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, groups will now only be held via phone conferencing, until further notice. Same day and time applies.
To access, simply dial 1-425-436-6350 and enter code 880072
The good news here is that you have full access to both groups, no matter location. Know someone in need? Share this page at will, and let’s expand our community of support in this tumultuous time!
WHERE & WHEN : Loveland – Every second Thursday (6:30-8PM)
at Loveland Public Library Greeley – Every third Saturday (10:30AM-Noon) at Community Grief Center
WHO : Anyone who has lost a pet. Humans only, please. Use of GPA services and RSVP not required.
Ample parking provided I Group not held on holidays I In cases of inclement weather, please call location to confirm
Our licensed grief counselor, Leigh Ann Gerk, brings her therapy dog, Gracie, for love and support.
Leigh Ann Gerk MA, LPC I Mourning to Light Pet Loss I (970) 966-4585
Additional Pet Loss Support Resources
The Pet Honor Society, Clair Preston : www.pethonorsociety.com
Healing Nectar Arts (child-specific support) : https://www.facebook.com/healingnectararts/