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Pet Loss Ceremony

Be Ceremonial’s unique platform helps you create a Pet Loss ceremony by choosing from our library of curated rituals to acknowledge your unique experience.

What is a Pet Loss Ceremony?

A pet loss ceremony gives you the opportunity to acknowledge your connection and relationship with your pet. These rituals can support you leading up to, during, or following the death of a pet. They can also give you ideas on how to weave your pet’s legacy into your daily life.

Losing a pet or making the decision to euthanize them can be complex and emotional. By creating intentional rituals leading up to, during, and in the moments following the death of a pet, you can create a safe container to feel your feelings and process this loss.

What is a pet loss ceremony?
The importance of a pet loss ceremony

Why is it Important?

The loss of a pet can be minimized in our society, and there aren’t always simple ways to honour your connection after the death of a pet.

Acknowledging the grief you’re holding, as well as the gratitude you may feel for having had your pet in your life, can help validate your experience. The ceremony can be healing and restorative for those who would like to bring more visibility to the experience of losing a pet.

How do I create a Pet Loss ceremony?

However you choose to acknowledge this time of transition, our app will guide you through the process. You can choose to create a ceremony on your own, with a friend, or as a group. You can even gift this experience to someone you care for.

With hundreds of universal rituals to choose from, our app offers something for everyone. Simply follow our ritual framework to create a ceremony unique to you.

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