How do I know when its time?

Dr. Kerri offers quality of life assessments and palliative care options for her clients and patients and will offer her guidance as well as working with you personally to help guide you through this decision making process.

You know your pet better than anyone and are your pets best advocate, and Dr. Kerri is here to help as making that decision can be unbelievably hard and you don’t have to do it alone.

Some signs your pet may show when their time is nearing are: not wanting to play, not enjoying the same activities as before, not moving normally, having more bad days than good days, seems to be in pain, panting even while resting, refusing to eat or drink, unable to toilet normally, too weak to walk or move around or having significant weight loss

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Grief and Support

Losing a cherished pet can be just as traumatic as losing a family member and the grieving process is similar, psychologists say.

Pets are our best friends, our walking pals, our sounding boards and even bedmates. They love us unconditionally, cheer us up and stick by our sides. That’s why loosing a pet can be so heartbreaking.

Acknowledging this and seeking support when needed after the loss of a pet is vitally important.

Here are some tips to help you through the grief:
-Allow yourself time to grieve
-Know that you relieved their suffering
-Hold a memorial ceremony
-Create a pet memorial
-Get the right support

Pet Angel Grief Support- 1800 738 264

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