A Pet Trust Ensures Your Pet Gets The Care They Need
Many people believe that Pet Planning is only for the wealthy. The truth is, pets are an integral part of our lives, no matter the lifestyle. Have you prepared for what will happen to your pet in the event you are no longer able to care for them? In the event of a death or other medical emergencies, who will care for your pet? Pets without the simple luxury of having a Pet Plan in place are often abandoned, taken to a shelter or worse.
Can You Be Certain Your Pet’s Needs will Be Met?
Pet planning and care should never be left to a simple agreement between friends or family members. It’s admirable for a person to take on the responsibility of continuing the care you’ve given; however, many people do not understand the financial, mental and emotional responsibilities of being a pet owner. Even those with the greatest intentions can become overwhelmed. That’s why, each year an estimated 500,000 pets are abandoned or euthanized.
Create a Pet Trust
A typical Will alone won’t provide the support a pet needs if the owner becomes incapacitated. Will must past through probate, and it can be a long time before the will’s instructions take effect. On the other hand, pet planning that includes a pet trust means your wishes and instructions will take place immediately.
Pet Planning allows the owner to stipulate and enforce the details of the care their pet will receive, such as the type of food it eats or where it will receives board and care. It also means you can choose your pet’s final resting place.
It doesn’t matter what type of pet you own, you can learn a great deal by reading our FREE report “To My Dog Lucky, I Leave $10,000.” You’ll discover all the essential elements needed to plan a long and healthy life for your pet.
Our FREE report provides information about the following:
- Choosing the right caregiver
- Navigating the pros and cons of pet insurance
- Funding your pet’s care
- And more
Read our FREE report today and learn how Pet Planning can be the answer to a long and healthy life for your pet.