This is an opportunity to honor your pet by letting their story continue, turning death into transformation and a return to life through nature, while at the same time, supporting yourself and your family through the grieving process.
“The Devotion and Unconditional Love Your Pet Gave You Was Probably One of the Best Experiences of Your Life.”
To support you we have a FREE Pet Support Guide
including the "Top 3 Ways to Cope with the Loss of a Pet"
Lee Richter is the CEO of the award-winning Montclair Veterinary Hospital in addition to Holistic Veterinary Care, with a mission to improve health care for pets through natural medicine. Lee is also the founder and Executive Director of the non-profit Pet & Wildlife Fund, which donates more than $100,000 in veterinary services to pets and wildlife in need each year.
Her husband, Dr. Gary Richter, is the medical director for both hospitals and a multi award-winning veterinarian. Together, they created The Pet Concierge to help pet owners like you take the very best care of their furry pals through out their entire lifecycle.
“Over the last decade as CEO of Montclair Veterinary Hospital, Holistic Veterinary Care and The Pet Concierge, I’ve noticed I receive more “Thank You” notes, photos, and thoughtful gifts when we assist clients with end of life issues than at any other time.”
“That’s why I’ve created these 3 tips to help youLee Richter
during this challenging time.”
“I wish that there had been something like the Biodegradable urn when I lost my pets in the past, because I wish there was somewhere I could go to see something that reminds me of them in a really positive way.”
“Having the urn allows us to keep the memory of our pet live on. With a tree, it allows the memory to be reborn There is not ending to the story.”
“For me, it’s a way to honor the memory of my pet and with the bio urn and planting a tree, my pet’s memory lives on. It’s a way of keeping my pet close to me while a part of her lives on forever.”
“I miss my dog, Elliott, so much and now I have a way to remember him and to visit his memory any time I want.”
“We recently lost our dog, Kit, 13 years old, to cancer. We had to make the final decision to let him go, which was one on the hardest things I have ever had to do in life. Now, we have a beautiful and natural way to have a visible and lasting memorial of my boy.”