Loss of a Pet
Coping with the Loss of a Pet
Pets are cherished companions and important members of the family. Grief after the loss of a pet is a natural response and can affect the entire family in different ways. You or your family members may have feelings of sadness or emptiness; have trouble sleeping, eating or concentrating; or even have physical symptoms such as an upset stomach or headaches.
To help you cope, Baue Pet Services offers complimentary grief resources and counseling for owners and their families who are in need. We can also help you find ways to honor your pet in a way that is right for you.
Visit www.bauepets.com for more information on how we can help you.
Our Grief Services Manager Kelly Karavousanos, LPC, CT (pictured at right, with her companion Zeus) does pet loss support groups and one-on-one grief sessions for Baue Pet Services. Kelly has completed the Pet Loss Companioning Certification Program at the Center for Loss and Life Transitions with Dr. Alan Wolfelt and Coleen Ellis. As a long-time animal lover, Kelly often brings her English Mastiff, Zeus, along to her grief groups for additional support to attendees.
For more information on grief support, or to sign up for our class, please contact Kelly at [email protected], or call her at 636-328-0878.