Pet Loss During the Pandemic: A Webinar on Creating a Loving Experience for the End-of-Life Journey

 It comes at no surprise that the day a client has to say goodbye to their beloved companion is one of the hardest and saddest days of their lives. The fact that they are also navigating that decision in the midst of a pandemic adds so much weight to this journey.

Join us on Tuesday June 9th from 11:30am to 12:30pm for a webinar on creating a loving experience for the end-of-life journey presented by Coleen Ellis. This webinar will be RACE approved and will meet the requirements for one hour of continuing eduction credit. 

Course meets the requirements for one (1) hour of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE approval; however, participants should be aware that some boards have limitations on the number of hours accepted in certain categories and/or restrictions on certain methods of delivery of continuing education.



I founded Pet Angel Memorial Center in 2004 because I saw first-hand the unmet need pet parents had for an outlet to mourn, memorialize, and celebrate the life that they shared with their beloved pets. The concept of thoughtful and caring pet death care was a huge, and long overdue, success.

As the pioneer and established thought-leader of concierge pet death care in the United States, consulting opportunities and demand for formal pet loss and grief education coursework grew exponentially. In 2009, I launched Two Hearts Pet Loss Center to mentor and coach those that also wished to also provide dignified pet death care services to their community. In addition, as the recipient of the United States' first certification for Death & Grief Studies with a Specialization in Pet Loss Companioning, I also bring much-needed continuing education forums to the veterinary industry so that they also can more peacefully, and skillfully, guide their pet parent clients as they experience the death of a beloved furry friend.

In recent years, I helped shepherd private equity investment into the pet death care segment by co-founding The Pet Loss Center. Before leaving in November 2018, this enterprise had blossomed to over 10 locations in four states, serving in excess of 120,000 pets annually.

With so many pet loss professionals desiring guidance, education, and a mentor in this segment, I'm thoroughly enjoying the exclusive return to my Two Hearts consulting practice.

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A compassionate way to say goodbye.