There’s help for griev­ing own­ers

Los Angeles Times - - THE PETS ISSUE -

Many re­sources are avail­able online for peo­ple deal­ing with the death of a pet. They in­clude in-home eu­thana­sia ser­vices, ser­vices that will pick up a pet’s body and de­liver it to a ceme­tery or cre­ma­tory, and coun­selors who can help with be­reave­ment and grief. Here are a few.

— Wes Bau­smith

PET CEME­TER­IES AND CRE­MA­TO­RIES

Los An­ge­les Pet Me­mo­rial Park and Cre­ma­to­rium, 5068 N. Old Scan­dia Lane, Cal­abasas, (818) 591-7037,

www.lapetceme­tery.com

Gate­way Pet Ceme­tery & Cre­ma­tory, 3850 Frontage Road, San Bernardino, (909) 885-1600, www.gate­waypetceme­tery.com

Pet Haven Ceme­tery & Cre­ma­tory; 18300 S. Figueroa St., Gar­dena, (310) 532-2477,

www.pethavenceme­teryand­cre­ma­tory.com

Cal Pet Cre­ma­tory; 9595 Glenoaks Blvd., Sun Val­ley, (818) 983-2313, www.calpet.com

GRIEF SUP­PORT AND COUN­SEL­ING

Pet­Loss Part­ners. San­dra Grossman and El­lie Freedman. (818) 421-1516, pet­loss­part­ners.com

ONLINE RE­SOURCES

Assn. for Pet Loss and Be­reave­ment; www.aplb.org

Pet Part­ners; www.pet­part­ners.org

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