Loss Of Pet Quotes

Those who have never had a pet will struggle to understand the pain and loss you feel when they are no longer with us.

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Welcoming a little animal into your family, be it a dog or a hamster, is welcoming a new addition to your family, and the longer they are on this earth, the stronger that bond grows. 

Unfortunately, depending on the animal you own, their time on this earth is limited, and the grief you feel when you no longer hear their pitter-patter on your hardwood floors can be overwhelming. 

This article will be providing you with some beautiful quotes about losing a pet, so you don’t feel so alone throughout the grieving process. 

“Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole.” This quote is for those who may have had a dog in their life and refers to the notion that although dogs aren’t what make up our whole life, they make your life feel whole.

Having a bond with your dog is one of the greatest feelings in the world, and they are sorely missed when they leave this earth. 

“Many who have spent a lifetime in it can tell us less of love than the child that lost a dog yesterday.”

This quote indicates that although many people have been in love for a lot of their life, they will still express less of it than a child who lost their dog.

This means to say that the love a child has for a dog, is more impactful in some ways, than being in love. 

“Grief is so painfully real, regardless of its origin. The love of, and attachment to, an animal friend can equal that of human relationships. Likewise, the loss of an animal can be just as devastating.”

Referring to grief, this quote is stating that the pain felt when it comes to grief, is real no matter who or what you are grieving. The connection felt to an animal can be just as strong as it is to a human, so the grieving process is all the same. 

“We should never underestimate the powerful draw of a bond with a being that loves us unconditionally, asking very little in return. Losing this comfort and source of joy can be incomprehensible.”

As mentioned earlier, those who have never had pets can often underestimate the bond that forms between them and humans. Pets provide an intense sense of comfort, and they never ask for anything in return, so losing that is heartbreaking. 

“Having a pet is a risk – you always have the grief ahead. But that’s the flip side of love.” As mentioned earlier on, the lifespan of a pet is much less than that of a human.

Therefore, bringing a pet into your life is risky because grief will be approaching. However, grief is the price we pay for love, and it is comforting to think that we are hurting so much because we loved so much. 

“ What we have once enjoyed, we can never lose; all that we have loved deeply becomes a part of us.” This quote is reminding us that we will never lose the connection we had with our loved pet.

All the memories and good times remain in our hearts, becoming a part of our daily lives. Therefore, we should remember not to treat grief as a loss. 

“Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.”

Instead of feeling upset that your little animal is no longer with you, try to feel gratitude for what you felt for your pet, as many people go their whole lives without pets, never truly understanding what it is like to love an animal.

“Sorrow is how we learn to love. Your heart isn’t breaking. It hurts because it’s getting larger. The larger it gets, the more love it holds.” As we’ve mentioned, grief is the price we pay for loving.

Although it is painful, it is training your heart to be prepared for more. Once your grieving period is over, your heart will be able to love again, even more than it did before. 

“It is amazing how much love and laughter they bring into our lives, and even how much closer we become with each other because of them.”

We all know that pets add to our lives in a number of ways, but sometimes they can bring people closer together. If this is the case with you, try to feel grateful about what that pet did.

He/she may have brought you closer to a family member that you didn’t have much of a relationship with. In their absence, keep working on that relationship. It will also be a way to honor your pet. 

“When we think of those companions who travelled by our side down life’s road, let us not say with sadness that they left us behind, but rather say with gentle gratitude that they once were with us.”

This is another quote that is reminding you to be grateful for the companionship your pet gave, rather than feel sad that they are gone.

Remember all the good times, and be proud of the good life you gave them, as sadly, that is not the case for many animals. 

Final Thoughts 

Losing a pet is devastating for all who loved it, they become a part of your family the minute you welcome them into your home. 

Unfortunately, their lives are a lot shorter than those belonging to humans, so it is important to cherish the short amount of time they have on this earth. 

There are many animals in this world that aren’t cared for, so it is important to feel pride in the way that you loved your little animal, and be grateful for the time you had together. 

Placing a few photographs of them around the house is a lovely reminder of their life and their time in your home, and may make the grieving process that little bit easier. 

Anna Drescov