Establishing a Trust for Your Animals
September 11th, 2009
September 11th, 2009
Does your state have the laws necessary to ensure that your companion animal is cared for in the case of your passing?
Loss, Grief, and Mourning
Mourning an animal companion is painful enough due to the loss itself, but may be deeper still due to the loneliness of this type of grieving. Often, others fail to appreciate the depth of our grief, making the process that much more painful. Read this insightful article for help during this difficult time.
Including Animals in Your Will
Companion animals add so much to our lives and give us joy, unconditional love and loyalty. Yet people routinely fail to provide for their animals in their wills. Here are several ways to ensure proper care of your animals following your death.
Nuisance Issues and Some Steps Toward Resolving Conflicts
We all want the pleasures that come from having companion animals in our homes. However, with that comes an owner 's responsibility to be a good neighbor. Here are some tips for being a responsible pet owner and steps towards resolving conflict should it arise.
How to handle landlord/tenant disputes over companion animals
Problems with landlords, property management, or homeowners associations that say you must remove your companion animal are not uncommon. Here are some suggestions for how to handle these types of disputes.
What to do if your dog is in danger of being declared vicious, or if your dog has bitten someone who is now suing you
It is a matter of great concern if your dog is in danger of being declared dangerous or vicious, or if your dog is in danger of being euthanized for alleged viciousness for having been involved in an incident. Read this important information.
What to do if you are involved in a custody battle over your companion animal
If you are involved in a custody dispute, or if such a dispute is likely, it is suggested that you seek the counsel of an attorney who can advise you as to a strategic approach for a resolution that serves the best interests of the animal concerned.