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So Sorry For Your Loss

So Sorry For Your Loss

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Tiny and her husband have lost a number of very good dogs. It's devastating every time. The emptiness of the collar, which was once filled with a best friend, now sits empty on a table.

Sending condolences when someone loses a pet is such a meaningful action. Even if you weren't close to the pet, that pet was a family member that is lost now. Receiving a card from you will be balm for a broken heart. 

    Details

    -printed on heavy, eggshell stock
    -4.25″ x 5.5″ 
    -comes with super nice kraft envelope and cute envelope seal
    -blank inside for space to express yourself
    -made in the U.S.A.

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    Return Policy

    We want you to be super happy with your order! If something seems amiss, we accept returns of unused and unopened merchandise within 15 days of delivery.

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    Customer Reviews

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    Katy More
    Beautiful

    I hate to have to send this card, but hope it brings some comfort to the recipient on the loss of their fur baby. I really like the simple sentiment of the empty collar.

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    Roxanne

    It’s great to have a card for someone who has lost a pet! We will have to cross out “I” and write “we” but it’s worth it to be able to send a Tiny and Snail card ❤️

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    Gretchen Gardner
    Fills a much needed niche

    Pet sympathy cards are the hardest to find. And so vitally needed!! I’m so grateful for this one. And especially love the species neutrality of it! Thank you so much for creating this perfect card!

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    EAW
    Perfect card

    There is not a more perfect pet sympathy card to be found anywhere. It’s hard to find a card to fit something like the loss of a pet, and I’m glad to have a resource to express care for someone after a death like this.