Pet Bereavement Support

If you require pet bereavement support or are looking for guides on managing or speaking to others about pet grief we have teamed with Caroline Lloyd, author of Grief Demystified, to provide free helpful guides addressing pet-specific grief.

Mental health is important, and we think more could be done for people struggling after their pet has died, for that reason we have decided to make that material available for free to download below. 

Click an image to download a guide.

Download grieving for a beloved pet guide

Grieving for a beloved pet 

Download understanding sudden death of a pet guide

Understanding the sudden death of a pet

Download preparing for pet death guide

Preparing for pet death

Download helping children grieve the death of a pet guide

Helping children grieve the death of a pet

Download helping the elderly grieve the death of a pet guide

Helping the elderly grieve the death of a pet

Two children sitting with pet dog

One day you will be able to look back on the best memories of your pet and smile, but we understand that you may not feel that way right now or for a long time. It’s important to acknowledge that there is no “moving on” or end point to grief.

Grief changes and you will, in your own time, adjust to a new way of life without the physical presence of a pet who has died.

For immediate support we would direct people towards the excellent Blue Cross free and confidential pet bereavement services where you can call, email, webchat or access their Facebook community:


Pet Memorial Range

Pet memorial pebble

Pet Memorial Pebbles

£50.00 – £53.00

Pet memorial marker

Pet Memorial Marker


Pet memorial plaque

Pet Memorial Plaque


Pet memorial headstone

Memorial Headstone


Photo of a dog on stand

Stone Pet Photo Stand