Local estate planning, elder law attorney and animal advocate, Peggy Hoyt has completed the PLPA College and the requirements to be named as a Certified Pet Loss Professional by the Pet Loss Professionals Alliance.
The PLPA Certification included training on topics such as ethics, grief management, and customer service. The curriculum promotes the highest standards for the final death care of a pet and is a requirement for achieving the designation of Certified Pet Loss Professional.
Founded in 2009, the PLPA is dedicated to providing education and opportunities for professional growth for providers of pet-related death care services. It is a committee of the International Cemetery, Cremation and Funeral Association (ICCFA).