1. Accept That Your Pet is Gone.
When many people suffer close loss, sometimes accepting that loss weighs greatly on that persons mind. They just can’t believe that the loved one is gone and in their minds it is just a bad dream they are waiting to awake from. When this happens, the guilt will never go away, you will be stuck in a loop of hopelessness, tears and continuous bereavement in. Accept the loss and brush any guilt off your shoulders.
2. Look Back On All You Did
Take a deep look at all you have done for your pet to save the animal’s life. Look at the extreme measures you went to ensure that your pet had a fighting chance for survival. Look at this point also, if there was much more which could have been done, the Vet would have informed you of any other possibilities to save the animal’s life. If you have reach the final point of thought as it relates to all methods which you exhausted to save the animal’s life, then my good friend there is no guilt to feel.
3. Get a New Pet
Having a new pet to love and care for does not mean you will not have those deep enjoyable remembrance of your former pet. It just means that you are still able to provide that same love and care for another animal. It will also help to channel a positive energy from you to this animal and allow your guilt of pet loss to begin to diminish.
4. Talk To Someone about It
Don't let anything be bottled up inside. This can cause stress and stress leads to ill health. Talk to someone who you know will understand what you are going through and can console you.