Faithful Friends now offers virtual grief counseling.

Pets are beloved family members. The unconditional love they provide makes our lives richer and more enjoyable.

When pets come to the end of their earthly presence, it’s an emotional time. Often, pet owners are faced with very difficult decisions when it comes to a pet’s quality of life and making plans to say a final goodbye.

Faithful Friends now offers Pet Loss Grief Counseling through a partnership with Rev. Glenn Swain.

Book your appointment today and unleash the grief. ❤️

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30 Minutes$49

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45 Minutes$69BEST DEAL

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About Rev. Glenn Swain

Glenn with Dogs

Rev. Glenn Swain is an ordained minister who officiates memorial services and life celebrations for pet owners who have lost a beloved family pet. He also leads grief support groups and schedules one-on-one counseling sessions.

I officiate non-denominational pet memorial services in the homes of pet owners and at supporting funeral properties. I provide spiritual, emotional and prayer support for pet owners and families during a time of difficult change and loss.  

Rev. Glenn is also the founder of “Heartfelt Farewells,” a chartered Focus Ministry for Centers for Spiritual Living, based in Golden, Colo. Heartfelt Farewells is a family-focused memorial service that honors the deceased loved one with comforting words, remembrances and original music.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What happens after I pay? You’ll be asked a few questions about your loss. This will help Rev. Glenn guide your session.
  • When and where will I have my session? Rev. Glenn will reach out via email to schedule your session. All sessions are virtual using Zoom video conferencing software.
  • Is this confidential? Of course. Faithful Friends respects your privacy and has a close partnership with Rev. Glenn. Your information isn’t shared publicly or with third parties.
  • Is this religious? No. Rev. Glenn may ask about your religion or spirituality but that won’t be the focus of your session.