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Serving Charlotte and Surrounding Areas of North Carolina Since 2011
(We're sorry, We do not provide service outside of North Carolina)
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Local Pet Loss Support Groups
Charlotte, NC:  The Pet Grief Support Group holds meetings on the second Thursday of each month from 7:00-8:30pm at St. Peters Episcopal Church on 115 W. 7th Street, Charlotte, NC 28202.   
Mooresville, NC:  Pet Pilgrimage offers a Pet Loss Grief Support Group to provide pet parents a safe place to meet and talk about the loss or anticipated loss of their pet with others going through a similar grief journey. Groups meet on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 5:30pm.  Pet Pilgrimage is located behind Cavin-Cook Funeral Home at 494 E. Plaza Drive, Mooresville, NC.  Leslie Reid is the facilitator and has certification in Pet Loss & Grief Companioning.  For more information call 704-664-5484.  
Online Pet Loss Resources
  • The Resource Center at Veterinary Wisdom For Pet Parents offers a wealth of information on pet loss ranging from planning ahead, making decisions, finding grief support, the euthanasia process, children and grief as well as beginning again.
  • The Association For Pet Loss and Bereavement is a nonprofit organization of trained volunteers in pet bereavement counseling. The site offers helpful literature and access to supportive chat rooms open several times during the week.he Association For Pet Loss and Bereavement is a nonprofit organization of trained volunteers in pet bereavement counseling. The site offers helpful literature and access to supportive chat rooms open several times during the week.
  • The Argus Institute at Colorado State University offers support to people who are facing challenges surrounding their pet's healthcare. Online resources include "Your Pet's Quality of Life", "Helping Children Through Pet Illness and Death" and "Grieving" to name a few.he Argus Institute at Colorado State University offers support to people who are facing challenges surrounding their pet's healthcare. Online resources include "Your Pet's Quality of Life", "Helping Children Through Pet Illness and Death" and "Grieving" to name a few.

Pet Loss Resources

Other
  • Rehomeyourpets.com is a resource for pet guardians looking to REHOME their pet or people looking to adopt a pet.
  • VeterinaryPartner.com is a searchable database providing reliable, up-to-date information on a variety of animal health topics. 
  • The In Home Pet Euthanasia directory lists veterinarians providing in home pet euthanasia services throughout the US, Canada and United Kingdom.  Dr. Tillman supports this directory in helping pet families say goodbye to their pets in the comfort and privacy of home.
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