Saying Goodbye

Losing a beloved pet is devastating. Some resources that can help:


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Animal Specialty Center Pet Loss Support 
Yonkers, 914.457.4001
www.vcaspecialtyvets.com/animal-specialty-center/departments-doctors/departments/counseling
Free support groups are offered on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. 

 

Pet Bereavement Center/Healthy Behaviors of Westchester
White Plains, 914.514.9150
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy of issues related to pet loss 

 

Pet Cemetery and Crematory
Hartsdale, 914.949.2583
www.petcem.com
Established in 1896 as America’s first pet burial ground, the cemetery offers burials and cremations for cats, dogs, and other animals. Monuments and caskets can be purchased, and the cemetery encourages funerals or memorial services, permits viewings and treats your precious pet with dignity and care. 

 

Memorial Donation:

Another way to honor your pet's life is with a memorial gift in his or her name to a local shelter. If a friend has lost a beloved animal, you can donate in its memory, and the family will receive a card acknowledging the gift. 

 

Humane Society of Westchester
914.632.2925
humanesocietyofwestchester.org/donate-in-memory-of

 

SPCA of Westchester
914.941.2896 
www.spca914.org/donate/honor-or-remember
You can honor a special pet by making a donation in his or her memory to the SPCA.  

 

 

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