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As pet owners ourselves, we understand that the human–animal bond is strong, and when we lose a cherished pet, it's as if we lost a human friend. Our grief is real and it is painful.
This section of our website offers several resources to help you through this difficult time. We always offer our clients support, but we are particularly sensitive at this most difficult time in every pet owner's life.
www.petlossdenver.org: The Pet Loss Support Group meets every Thursday evening from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. in the second floor board room of the Denver Area Veterinary Medical Society Office at 191 Yuma Street, NE entrance to Colorado Veterinary Medical Foundation-Harrison Center for Animals (CVMF-HCA). There is no cost to attend and no need to call before attending.
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"When You Lose a Pet" Pet Loss Support Group: The Human Animal Bond Trust (HABT) is a non-profit organization which exists to serve those who are anticipating, or have lost, an animal companion. That loss may be one of the most devastating and painful experiences you will ever face. Such a loss can be as traumatic as losing a family member or a dear friend. To meet the needs of those faced with animal loss HABT provides the help of professional grief counselors through the Denver Pet Loss Support Group.
The Human-Animal Bond Trust
789 Sherman St, 1st Floor Conference Room
Denver, CO 80203