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Welcome to thePet Bereavement Support Webinar Series                           from Webinar 1 of 6: An Introduction to Pet...
Welcome to thePet Bereavement Support Webinar Series                      from  With Julia Dando MA – Training Manager, SCAS
Introduction to           Pet Bereavement Support     What will we be looking at today?•   Who is SCAS?•   What is Pet Ber...
Who is SCAS?The Society for Companion Animal Studies (SCAS)was established in 1979 to promote the study ofhuman-companion ...
Pet Bereavement Support ServiceProviding free telephone and email support to thoseexperiencing the loss of a pet - every d...
What is Pet Bereavement Support?Sign-posting Skills                Empathy   Listening    Understanding Emotional Support
What is            Pet Bereavement Support?           Providing emotional support               is NOT counsellingCounsell...
Anyone can provide emotional support for a   person experiencing distress. Family     members, friends, colleagues and pro...
PetBereavement  SupportWho needs it? And why?
It’s just a cat, right?
It’s just a dog, right?
It’s just a rabbit, right?
It’s just a rat, right?   Uurghh….vermin!
The Human-Companion Animal Bond    An attachment relationship  Mutual and intense emotional relationship  Often used to de...
Pet Bereavement Support       Children
Whatcircumstancescan lead to the loss of a pet?
Pet Bereavement Support•   Natural death e.g. heart failure   •   Leaving a violent partner,•   Accidental death e.g. RTA ...
Pet Bereavement Support              Each situation is                UniqueThe circumstances of the loss, the relationshi...
Who providespet bereavement support ?
PBSSestablished 1994FREE telephone helplinefor bereaved pet owners8.30am – 8.30pm0800 096 6606Email support:pbssmail@bluec...
Groomers          Dog wardens                                 Trainers Family         Counsellors      Friends            ...
Pet Bereavement Support Webinar SeriesWebinar 2: Pet Bereavement and why losing a pet can be so hard for peopleWednesday 1...
Thank you for  your attention     Webinar 2Pet Bereavement and why losing a pet can be so hard for peopleWednesday 14th Ma...
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Introduction to Pet Bereavement Support

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These slides accompanied a 30 min webinar - a brief introduction to pet berevement support - about the different aspects that make this subject so relevant to various professions as well as to every pet owner.

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Introduction to Pet Bereavement Support

  1. 1. Welcome to thePet Bereavement Support Webinar Series from Webinar 1 of 6: An Introduction to Pet Bereavement Support
  2. 2. Welcome to thePet Bereavement Support Webinar Series from With Julia Dando MA – Training Manager, SCAS
  3. 3. Introduction to Pet Bereavement Support What will we be looking at today?• Who is SCAS?• What is Pet Bereavement Support?• Who needs it and why?• Who provides it and when?• A look at the rest of the webinar series
  4. 4. Who is SCAS?The Society for Companion Animal Studies (SCAS)was established in 1979 to promote the study ofhuman-companion animal interactions and raiseawareness of the importance of pets in society.Over the past thirty years SCAS has established itselfas the leading human-companion animal bondorganisation in the UK.
  5. 5. Pet Bereavement Support ServiceProviding free telephone and email support to thoseexperiencing the loss of a pet - every day, 365 days a yearthrough a network of trained volunteers.
  6. 6. What is Pet Bereavement Support?Sign-posting Skills Empathy Listening Understanding Emotional Support
  7. 7. What is Pet Bereavement Support? Providing emotional support is NOT counsellingCounselling:• Is given by a qualified counsellor• Is usually structured over a specified time and with a formal agreement/contract• Is usually goal-orientated with specified outcomes• Involves monitoring, evaluation and regulations
  8. 8. Anyone can provide emotional support for a person experiencing distress. Family members, friends, colleagues and professionals can all lend a listening ear.
  9. 9. PetBereavement SupportWho needs it? And why?
  10. 10. It’s just a cat, right?
  11. 11. It’s just a dog, right?
  12. 12. It’s just a rabbit, right?
  13. 13. It’s just a rat, right? Uurghh….vermin!
  14. 14. The Human-Companion Animal Bond An attachment relationship Mutual and intense emotional relationship Often used to describe parent-child bond
  15. 15. Pet Bereavement Support Children
  16. 16. Whatcircumstancescan lead to the loss of a pet?
  17. 17. Pet Bereavement Support• Natural death e.g. heart failure • Leaving a violent partner,• Accidental death e.g. RTA moving into a hostel – pet could• PTS – euthanasia almost be temporarily fostered unique to veterinary medicine • Divorce, separation• Mandatory euthanasia e.g. • Natural disaster e.g. floods FMD outbreak, Dangerous • Theft Dogs Act (1991) • Straying• Military transfer • PTS behaviour related• Moving to residential accommodation• Imprisonment
  18. 18. Pet Bereavement Support Each situation is UniqueThe circumstances of the loss, the relationship and the strength of the bond, the people and the pets involved, external influences, support, etc
  19. 19. Who providespet bereavement support ?
  20. 20. PBSSestablished 1994FREE telephone helplinefor bereaved pet owners8.30am – 8.30pm0800 096 6606Email support:pbssmail@bluecross.org.ukTrained support volunteersIt’s not just for your clients!
  21. 21. Groomers Dog wardens Trainers Family Counsellors Friends Re-homing/ rescue centresKennels Welfare officersVeterinary Vet nursessurgeons Receptionists
  22. 22. Pet Bereavement Support Webinar SeriesWebinar 2: Pet Bereavement and why losing a pet can be so hard for peopleWednesday 14th March 2012 @ 1pmWebinar 3: Pet Bereavement - Loss and GriefWednesday 21st March 2012 @ 1pmWebinar 4: Introducing the Pet Bereavement Support Service (Free)Wednesday 28th March 2012 @ 1pmWebinar 5: Pet Bereavement and providing support for peopleWednesday 18th April 2012 @ 1pmWebinar 6: Pet Bereavement Support and developing protocolsWednesday 25th April 2012 @ 1pm
  23. 23. Thank you for your attention Webinar 2Pet Bereavement and why losing a pet can be so hard for peopleWednesday 14th March 2012 @ 1pm

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