Why Protect Your Pet Did you know that the Humane Society of the United States reports we euthanize 2.7 million healthy, adoptable cats and dogs in U.S. shelters each year? That’s about one every 11 seconds. Most people think that the #pets who are #euthanized are old, run loose, or are simply not desirable due to their breed. This couldn’t be … [Read more...] about Pet Trusts: The Importance of Planning for Your Pets
Did you know that most pets' lives end when their owner's life ends? Here are two eye opening facts: Sixty-seven percent of Americans DO NOT have an estate plan. (April 2022 CNBC) Seventy-six percent of all United States households have some type of domestic pet. (American Medical Veterinary Association 2022 report) Based on those two … [Read more...] about Save Your Pet’s Life – Create A Plan!
An Open Letter from the PetFriendly.Love™ Family Do you love pets and love people? If so, please join Peggy Hoyt and Jodi Clock, along with the PetFriendly.Love™ community, as we blog about creating a kinder world by creating a stronger human-animal bond. Why? Because when we are nice to animals, we are nicer … [Read more...] about Do you love pets and love people? Welcome to the PetFriendly.Love™ Family
Ever wonder what happens to a pet after their owner dies? Learn how to create a pet trust or care plan through mypetwill.com, it could save your pet's life! There's a widespread problem escalating across the country. It's a heartbreaking and unintentional scenario that is occurring daily in every state, city, even in rural area. This widespread … [Read more...] about How to Care for Your Pet After You Die
Meet Gray, otherwise referred to as "itty bitty kitty"! He was just hours away from death due to the fact that his pet parent died without having a pet trust or pet protection plan as a part of their estate plan. Gray's story is not uncommon. Fortunately, the eldercare attorney overseeing the estate believed in rehoming abandoned … [Read more...] about Saving Gray
Did you know July 5th is one of the busiest days for animal shelters and governmental animal control facilities? (Dogtime.com) Not only does intake and occupancy increase, sadly so do the amount of pets who die unnecessarily from a preventable accident. Like all golden retrievers, Sophie loved playing in the water. She had been at the beach all … [Read more...] about A Lost Pet Named Sophie