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Grief counselling after dog loss?
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user1468246318 · 13/07/2019 20:19

I post a while back after my Ddog had died, and more time has passed and the grief is still very raw. He was only 5 and it was a sudden accidental death that I feel I could have prevented, which probably doesn’t help how I feel. I miss him so much. I was wondering if anyone had tried grief counselling and whether it helped prices things all?

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UpturnedUmbrella · 13/07/2019 20:41

Oh goodness that all must be very upsetting for you, I’ve never tried grief counselling before, but I can recommend the blue cross support line- which though I haven’t personally used (but I have worked for blue cross and heard good things!), I’ve added a link in case you want to try it Flowers
www.bluecross.org.uk/pet-bereavement-and-pet-loss

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user1471465525 · 13/07/2019 20:47

So sorry for your loss .It's very difficult when a beloved pet dies suddenly and so young .Love is love after all.The blue cross have pet bereavement counselling and understand how deeply the loss can affect us .

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madcatladyforever · 13/07/2019 20:57

It's a terrible loss I'm so sorry and I think you should try grief counselling. It took me 10 years to get over the death of my first cat, he was my soul mate. I don't think I am over him even now.

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