Pet deaths in Arlington, Texas, can be just as traumatic as the loss of
human loved ones. No matter if he was a person or pet, losing someone
you love can trigger many emotions, including sadness, fear, guilt, and
confusion. The loss of a pet may raise particular questions about his
death or your feelings about it—here is a look at some common questions
you may find yourself wondering.
How can I get over my grief?
Many people are surprised by how strongly they react to pet deaths. If
you are going through the mourning process, no timetable can predict when
you might come to a place of peace about the loss of your pet.
Trying to rush through your grief or ignoring it may only create a more emotionally trying experience. Should
you feel like your heartache may be deepening into depression, talking
with a grief professional can help you find a healthy outlet for your sorrow.
Did I make the right choice to euthanize?
Making the decision to humanely end a pet’s life can be an extremely
difficult one. However, the choice to euthanize is typically done only
after a veterinarian has determined that a pet is terminally ill and in
pain that medication cannot ease. Euthanization is a compassionate decision
that aims to end the suffering of your pet rather than extend it.
Will another pet make me feel better?
The love that you have for your pet does not cease when he passes away.
However, your capacity to love a cat or dog is a tremendous quality that
could greatly enhance another pet’s life. As with your progression
through the mourning process, the decision to bring another pet into your
home may come after a few weeks, months, or even years. No pet can ever
replace the one you lost, so if you choose to get another cat or dog,
do so only when it feels right to you.
Faithful Friends Pet Cemetery & Crematory is here to help you through
the loss of your pet. Our compassionate associates can see to it that
you receive the thoughtful consideration and support you need. Call us
today at (817) 478-6696 to
about our pet memorial, pet burial, and pet cremation services.