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Pet Bereavement Counselling 



I offer a tailored service for those pet carers who are about to go through a pet bereavement or have experienced the death of a pet. Either in person, via the phone or facetime, I am here to help. In a safe space with complete confidentiality, a pet carer of any age, can talk to me for help to live through the loss of their beloved companion.

You can contact me via phone or email, and I ask for £35 for an hour of my time (currently as an introductory offer, normall £45). A session is one hour and it can be just the one session or however many you need. Please remember it is a confidential space for you to talk freely and safely.

Below is the link that will take you directly to my online booking

Or if you prefer you can email me on or call me on 07854085663

I have had animals all my life. And when I say all my life, I mean ALL of it. When I was a baby we had a chocolate brown mongrel called Mutley. He was born two weeks after me. He was the pup of my grandparent’s dog, Lassie. I’d dress him up like other children did a doll. He watched fireworks with me. He was always by my side. He was my mate, my companion.


In between there has been a number of dogs, cats, rabbits, fish, mice, hamsters, gerbils, budgies, chinchillas, guinea pigs, ducks and chickens. Now, go look at our page on here telling who else lives with us. I can’t imagine life without animals.


Now you would think having all those animals in my life it would get easier when we lost one. But it doesn’t. I remember everyone of them, every life, every death. All the love I gave and all the love I received. I carry every single one of them in my heart.

And I also remember every time someone said, ‘but it’s just a dog/cat/hamster’ and I remember thinking but they were my friend. They had a little life. They were part of my family. But then alongside that feeling shame or confusion or embarrassment. Why do I feel all these things so strongly when it is just a…?


Well, I am here to tell you that it is ok to grieve for our pets. In fact, it is more than ok.  You can grief over them as much as you need. Your grief is valid, you don’t have to hide it away or feel embarrassed. Because like I said above they are family, they are our friends and companions, we give them love and they give love in bucket loads in return.

What ever the animal, they all mean just as much to the individual.


I have been helping pet carers through the good and the bad since I started this business in 2013. Sadly, we are always going to experience the loss of our pets and I decided to make what I do official. In February 2023 I passed my Pet Bereavement Counselling Advanced Diploma.

Or if you prefer you can email me on or call me on 07854085663



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