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three most asked questions

Below are three questions that I am frequently asked.

 

Question 1

Q: Presently I have a dog. I will always have animals and would like to also provide for future pets that I may have. Do I need additional Pet Protection Agreements?

A: One Pet Protection Agreement pet trust is good for all the pets you have now and all the animals you will have in the future. You do not need to purchase more unless you change the pet guardian. If you have a dog now and 5 cats later they are all covered.

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Question 2

Q: Do I need to reference, in my Will, that I now have a Pet Protection Agreement? 

A: If you have a Will please include:

“I have a Pet Protection Agreement® pet trust for the uninterrupted care of my animals. The Pet Protection Agreement is enacted by either my inability to care for my pets during my life, or in the event of my death. The Pet Protection Agreement is not triggered by my Will, and neither is it generated by my Will. It is a stand-alone document and thus remains outside of probate and outside the rights of a judge to rule.”

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Question 3

Q: What are the hospital forms? 

A: When the pet owner is in the hospital or any other facility, these are fill-in permission forms for the pet owner. These forms allow someone to enter the pet owner's home, care for the animals, then return your pets when you are able to care for them again. 

Q: Why we need these forms? 

A: Upon arrival at the hospital or other facility, you should be asked whether there are children, elderly, or disabled you are leaving behind who need care. If you answer yes, then senior or child services would be called to administer care. They are not required to ask you if there are pets. If they do ask then who would they call, the shelter? These forms legally permit entry, care and return of your pets. 

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