Pet Loss Support

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Pet Loss Support

Cancer Veterinary Centers understand that the loss of a pet can be one of the hardest experiences pet owners will face. Grieving the loss of a pet is a very personal experience, but you need not face it alone. Our support does not end after your pet has peacefully died. There are many forms of support available, such as grief counseling, pet loss support hotlines and pet bereavement counselors who can help you grieve the loss of your pet. We have compiled some of these resources to help you and your family find the support that best fits your needs.

Hotlines

ASPCA Pet Loss Helpline
Phone 877-GRIEF-10 (877-474-3310)

Cornell University College of Veterinary Pet Support Hotline
Phone 607-253-3932

Tufts Unviersity Pet Support Hotline, Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine
Phone 508-839-7966

University of Illinois, College of Veterinary Medicine – C.A.R.E (Companion Animal Related Emotions)
Phone 217-244-CARE (2273)

Pet Loss Websites

Local Pet Loss Support Groups

Avow PAWS Program
1095 Whippoorwill Lane, Naples, FL 34105
239-261-4404

Cancer Veterinary Centers understand that the loss of a pet can be one of the hardest experiences pet owners will face.

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OFFICE HOURS

NAPLES LOCATION
MONDAY
8:00 – 5:00
THURSDAY
8:00 – 5:00

  1 (239) 260-4100

BONITA SPRINGS LOCATION
MONDAY
8:00 – 5:30
TUESDAY
8:00 – 5:30
WEDNESDAY
8:00 – 5:30
THURSDAY
8:00 – 5:30
FRIDAY
8:00 – 5:30
SATURDAY
8:00 – 4:30

  1 (239) 260-4100

OUR VALUES

Cancer Veterinary Centers strive to provide quality, comprehensive diagnostic and treatment options for our patients that have been diagnosed with cancer.

Cancer treatment in our veterinary patients begins with compassion and dedication exhibited by Cancer Veterinary Centers oncologists and nurses, resulting in a strengthened and enduring human-animal bond.

By employing a multifaceted approach to treating cancer in our patients, we aim to improve the quality of life and longevity in our veterinary patients.

Cancer Veterinary Centers aim to provide hope to the families of our veterinary patients, by offering the latest in cancer treatment options for their pets.