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Normally when I first discuss the need for clients to include their pets into their estate plan, they think I'm crazy. My wife and I, however, view this as a very serious issue. We feel that our dogs, Fenway and Roxy, are a part of our family. If we passed away while they were alive, we would want to make sure they were cared for by someone who is capable of and who wants to care for them.
The first decision you need to make is finding someone to care for your pet. Not everyone who loves your pet will want the responsibility of caring for him/her on a daily basis. Some of those who may be open to caring for your pet might not be the best caretakers. Start by creating list of those people to whom you would feel comfortable leaving your pet. After you have identified your best options, talk with them to find out if they are open to the idea. It's better to run the idea past them now than to surprise them after you've passed.