A heartfelt message from The Pet Loss Center

By Coleen Ellis

This past week has been one of tragedy and destruction for those in the path of Harvey and Irma. Our entire country has been mesmerized by the power of these two hurricanes and the extreme force of Mother Nature.

First and foremost, our thoughts and prayers continue to be with everyone effected and in the path of these devastating events. For our Pet Loss Center family, we are so glad everyone is safe and sound. Our entire team was in constant communication to make sure our work family had themselves and their families to safety.

From there, we started to look at our client clinic families, and when it was safe, we began to reach out to see what we could do to be of assistance to them. Speaking from my heart as I sat in the comfort of my home and office that suffered from none of these storms, I felt helpless so being a voice of support, as well as sending funds and prayers, seemed to be the only thing I had to offer. I offered what I could, as well as knowing the rest of The Pet Loss Center family did the same.

And, then for our pet parent families, we sent more support and prayers. Families who were already dealing with such heartbreak, and then the death of a precious pet love.

For all of these families and pets, our prayers continue to go out to all of you. If there’s anything we can do to assist our client clinic families, our pet parent families, please let us know. We’ve had clinics reach out for support, from needing team members to assist when their staff couldn’t get to the clinic, to assistance with their families pets, we’re here for you. Every kind of resource to a helping hand, we’re here for you, and we’re standing by to help.

We continue to pray and sending strength to all during this time.

**Photo Credit: Gayle Romain, right, and her daughter, Georgia Romain, meet their new dogs for the first time at Cutter Aviation on Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2017, in Colorado Springs, Colo., The dogs had just arrived from Louisiana in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. Jerilee Bennett AP File


2017-11-03T07:01:59+00:00 September 13th, 2017|Austin, blog, Dallas, Hampton Roads, Melbourne, Miami, Tampa|0 Comments

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