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PLEASE NOTE: Due to the continued public health concerns surrounding COVID-19, the Pet Loss Support Group will continue to meet virtually every Thursday from 6:30-8:00PM!

Starting on 9/2/21 we will be switching to Zoom-

*New Meeting Link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87244693846?pwd=YVdJNUUzZXcyeUkwYWwrcmNEYnd5UT09

Meeting ID: 872 4469 3846

Passcode: denverplsg

*New Phone Dial-In Option: +1-346-248-7799

Meeting ID: 872 4469 3846

Passcode: 4763612765

Pets give us companionship and unconditional love.

Our relationships with our animal companions are very special and unique. For many of us, our companion animal is a member of the family and when the bond we share is broken, the resulting sense of loss and grief is as real and sometimes as overwhelming as when we lose a relative or human friend.

Whether an animal dies, is lost, stolen, or must be placed in a new home, sorrow is a normal and natural reaction to the loss of a beloved friend.

Our culture doesn’t always provide us with the rituals to help mourn the loss of a companion animal as it does the loss of a human. Even your best friends and relatives may not acknowledge or understand the depth of feeling you have for a lost pet. The first step in coping with your grief is to acknowledge your feelings.

Grieving the loss of a friend or companion is a sign of the love that existed between you.

Our goal is to provide support to any pet parent that anticipates or has experienced the loss of a beloved companion animal. You're not alone...come experience the support of other who going through a similar experience.

The Pet Loss Support Group is a safe and supportive environment where individuals can come to process the grief occurring from the loss of a beloved animal companion. This weekly group is facilitated by licensed therapists and has been available, free-of-charge, to the Denver area since 1988. Our goal is to provide support to any pet parent that anticipates or has experienced the loss of a beloved companion animal. You're not alone...come to experience the support of other who going through a similar experience. Visit us at http://www.petlossdenver.org for more information.

We meet every Thursday from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM at DFL Solutions Veterinary Hospital (formerly PetAid Colorado) at 191 Yuma St. Denver.

There is no need to RSVP. Just show up. Bring a photo of your pet to share if you like.

Please ring the bell at the NorthEast entrance!!

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Pet Loss Support Group

Online event

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the continued public health concerns surrounding COVID-19, the Pet Loss Support Group will continue to meet virtually every Thursday from 6:30-8:00PM!
Starting on 9/2/21 we will be switching to Zoom-
*New Meeting Link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87244693846?pwd=YVdJNUUzZXcyeUkwYWwrcmNEYnd5UT09
Meeting ID:[masked]
Passcode: denverplsg

*New Phone Dial-In Option: [masked]
Meeting ID:[masked]
Passcode:[masked]

Pets give us companionship and unconditional love.

Our relationships with our animal companions are very special and unique. For many of us, our companion animal is a member of the family and when the bond we share is broken, the resulting sense of loss and grief is as real and sometimes as overwhelming as when we lose a relative or human friend.

Whether an animal dies, is lost, stolen, or must be placed in a new home, sorrow is a normal and natural reaction to the loss of a beloved friend.
Our culture doesn’t always provide us with the rituals to help mourn the loss of a companion animal as it does the loss of a human. Even your best friends and relatives may not acknowledge or understand the depth of feeling you have for a lost pet. The first step in coping with your grief is to acknowledge your feelings.

Grieving the loss of a friend or companion is a sign of the love that existed between you.

Our goal is to provide support to any pet parent that anticipates or has experienced the loss of a beloved companion animal. You're not alone...come experience the support of other who going through a similar experience.

The Pet Loss Support Group is a safe and supportive environment where individuals can come to process the grief occurring from the loss of a beloved animal companion. This weekly group is facilitated by licensed therapists and has been available, free-of-charge, to the Denver area since 1988. Our goal is to provide support to any pet parent that anticipates or has experienced the loss of a beloved companion animal. You're not alone...come to experience the support of other who going through a similar experience.

We meet every Thursday from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM.
There is no need to RSVP. Just show up. Bring a photo of your pet to share if you like.

Please ring the bell at the NorthEast entrance!!

Pet Loss Support Group

Online event

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the continued public health concerns surrounding COVID-19, the Pet Loss Support Group will continue to meet virtually every Thursday from 6:30-8:00PM!
Starting on 9/2/21 we will be switching to Zoom-
*New Meeting Link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87244693846?pwd=YVdJNUUzZXcyeUkwYWwrcmNEYnd5UT09
Meeting ID:[masked]
Passcode: denverplsg

*New Phone Dial-In Option: [masked]
Meeting ID:[masked]
Passcode:[masked]

Pets give us companionship and unconditional love.

Our relationships with our animal companions are very special and unique. For many of us, our companion animal is a member of the family and when the bond we share is broken, the resulting sense of loss and grief is as real and sometimes as overwhelming as when we lose a relative or human friend.

Whether an animal dies, is lost, stolen, or must be placed in a new home, sorrow is a normal and natural reaction to the loss of a beloved friend.
Our culture doesn’t always provide us with the rituals to help mourn the loss of a companion animal as it does the loss of a human. Even your best friends and relatives may not acknowledge or understand the depth of feeling you have for a lost pet. The first step in coping with your grief is to acknowledge your feelings.

Grieving the loss of a friend or companion is a sign of the love that existed between you.

Our goal is to provide support to any pet parent that anticipates or has experienced the loss of a beloved companion animal. You're not alone...come experience the support of other who going through a similar experience.

The Pet Loss Support Group is a safe and supportive environment where individuals can come to process the grief occurring from the loss of a beloved animal companion. This weekly group is facilitated by licensed therapists and has been available, free-of-charge, to the Denver area since 1988. Our goal is to provide support to any pet parent that anticipates or has experienced the loss of a beloved companion animal. You're not alone...come to experience the support of other who going through a similar experience.

We meet every Thursday from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM.
There is no need to RSVP. Just show up. Bring a photo of your pet to share if you like.

Please ring the bell at the NorthEast entrance!!

Pet Loss Support Group

Online event

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the continued public health concerns surrounding COVID-19, the Pet Loss Support Group will continue to meet virtually every Thursday from 6:30-8:00PM!
Starting on 9/2/21 we will be switching to Zoom-
*New Meeting Link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87244693846?pwd=YVdJNUUzZXcyeUkwYWwrcmNEYnd5UT09
Meeting ID:[masked]
Passcode: denverplsg

*New Phone Dial-In Option: [masked]
Meeting ID:[masked]
Passcode:[masked]

Pets give us companionship and unconditional love.

Our relationships with our animal companions are very special and unique. For many of us, our companion animal is a member of the family and when the bond we share is broken, the resulting sense of loss and grief is as real and sometimes as overwhelming as when we lose a relative or human friend.

Whether an animal dies, is lost, stolen, or must be placed in a new home, sorrow is a normal and natural reaction to the loss of a beloved friend.
Our culture doesn’t always provide us with the rituals to help mourn the loss of a companion animal as it does the loss of a human. Even your best friends and relatives may not acknowledge or understand the depth of feeling you have for a lost pet. The first step in coping with your grief is to acknowledge your feelings.

Grieving the loss of a friend or companion is a sign of the love that existed between you.

Our goal is to provide support to any pet parent that anticipates or has experienced the loss of a beloved companion animal. You're not alone...come experience the support of other who going through a similar experience.

The Pet Loss Support Group is a safe and supportive environment where individuals can come to process the grief occurring from the loss of a beloved animal companion. This weekly group is facilitated by licensed therapists and has been available, free-of-charge, to the Denver area since 1988. Our goal is to provide support to any pet parent that anticipates or has experienced the loss of a beloved companion animal. You're not alone...come to experience the support of other who going through a similar experience.

We meet every Thursday from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM.
There is no need to RSVP. Just show up. Bring a photo of your pet to share if you like.

Please ring the bell at the NorthEast entrance!!

Pet Loss Support Group

Online event

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the continued public health concerns surrounding COVID-19, the Pet Loss Support Group will continue to meet virtually every Thursday from 6:30-8:00PM!
Starting on 9/2/21 we will be switching to Zoom-
*New Meeting Link:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87244693846?pwd=YVdJNUUzZXcyeUkwYWwrcmNEYnd5UT09
Meeting ID:[masked]
Passcode: denverplsg

*New Phone Dial-In Option: [masked]
Meeting ID:[masked]
Passcode:[masked]

Pets give us companionship and unconditional love.

Our relationships with our animal companions are very special and unique. For many of us, our companion animal is a member of the family and when the bond we share is broken, the resulting sense of loss and grief is as real and sometimes as overwhelming as when we lose a relative or human friend.

Whether an animal dies, is lost, stolen, or must be placed in a new home, sorrow is a normal and natural reaction to the loss of a beloved friend.
Our culture doesn’t always provide us with the rituals to help mourn the loss of a companion animal as it does the loss of a human. Even your best friends and relatives may not acknowledge or understand the depth of feeling you have for a lost pet. The first step in coping with your grief is to acknowledge your feelings.

Grieving the loss of a friend or companion is a sign of the love that existed between you.

Our goal is to provide support to any pet parent that anticipates or has experienced the loss of a beloved companion animal. You're not alone...come experience the support of other who going through a similar experience.

The Pet Loss Support Group is a safe and supportive environment where individuals can come to process the grief occurring from the loss of a beloved animal companion. This weekly group is facilitated by licensed therapists and has been available, free-of-charge, to the Denver area since 1988. Our goal is to provide support to any pet parent that anticipates or has experienced the loss of a beloved companion animal. You're not alone...come to experience the support of other who going through a similar experience.

We meet every Thursday from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM.
There is no need to RSVP. Just show up. Bring a photo of your pet to share if you like.

Please ring the bell at the NorthEast entrance!!

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