Pet Grief SupportDogs have long been considered “man’s best friend,” and they have certainly earned the title. The bond between humans and canines is unmistakable. Since the domestication of the dog, people have been drawn to them (and they to us). Dogs have helped us in so many ways and expect little in return. They have hunted with us, kept vermin and pests away, served the military and police, assisted the disabled, and faithfully remained our loyal companions. In turn, we care for them and maintain a good quality of life. This is more than a fair trade. In fact, it is a downright bargain.

Pet Grief Support

The loss of a dog is beyond heartbreaking. He was your steadfast companion. This dog was your exercise buddy, and best friends. As a pet owner, none of us like to think of the day, seemingly far in the future, when we must say good-bye to our pet. Unfortunately, because their lifespan is far shorter than ours, we must always be ready to face this terrible decision.

These services were created by Far Fetched Tales because sometimes it is just too hard to emotionally deal with the loss of a pet and can be difficult for any family member to take on this responsibility alone.


  • drive you to that final appointment
  • assistance with making the final arrangements with your pet’s veterinarian
  • pet cemetery
  • pet cremation
  • pick up and delivery of ashes to your home
  • keep sake memorial
  • grief counsel

Dogs do feel grief and loss. Care for the pet left behind may need a behavioral assessment. The adjustment to a new hierarchy within the home can also be a cause of change in behavior. If you feel the surviving animal is bereaving and is not responding with their normal behavior, please contact me for an evaluation.

Pet Grief Support is quoted on each individual’s requirements.