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List of Pet Loss Support Links and Free Pet Loss Support Hotlines
- Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement
- ASPCA Grief Counseling: 212-876-7700 ext. 4355
- Chicago Veterinary Medical Association: 630-325-1231, 630-325-1600 (Helpline)
- Colorado State University: 970-491-1242, 970-491-4143
- Louisiana State University Best Friend Gone Project: 225-578-9547
- University of Illinois CARE Help Line: 877-394-2273 (Toll-Free), 217-244-2273
- Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine: 517-432-2696
- University of California, Pet Loss Support Hotline: 800- 565-1526
- Tufts University Pet Loss Support Hotline: 508-839-7966
- Pet Loss and Human Bereavement Education Program, Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine: 614-292-1823
- Rainbow Bridge
- University of Illinois CARE Help Line: 217-244-2273
- University of Minnesota, Pet Loss Support Group: 612-624-4747
- University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia: 484-453-8210 Available 24/7
- University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine: 865-755-8839
- Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine: 540-231-8038
- Washington State University, Pet Loss Hotline: 509-335-5704
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