What is a Pet Protection Agreement? A Pet Protection Agreement pet trust is a legal document your adopters can use to make plans for the ongoing care of their pets. It is more powerful than a will, trust or contract. This document is valid in all 50 states, both during the Pet Owner's life or emergencies and in the event of the Pet Owner's death. Additionally, it names your organization for donations and bequests. This will benefit your organization in 4 valuable ways.
- It protects your adopted animals in the event the owners cannot care for them. We all know that keeping an adopted animal in a home instead of ending up in a shelter is better for everyone, especially the animal! This Agreement ensures that you will decide the fate of your animals instead of a court.
- It can bring added revenue to your organization. You can charge whatever you wish for this Agreement as a part of your adoption process. The small $9 fee we charge for the Agreement simply covers the administration costs of the service we provide. Anything you charge on top of that is 100% profit to your shelter.
- You can be a beneficiary. When you include an Agreement in your adoption process, your organization is listed in the Agreement as a default beneficiary for all donations and bequests. This is an excellent way to start valuable donor relationships that you may not have had the time or ability to reach. Bequests of $10,000 to $1 million are not uncommon. That is an opportinuty you do not want to miss!
- There is no risk to your organization, and no costs to you other than the Agreement cost that is passed onto your adopter. There is no minimum requirement to buy, so you can buy them as you sell them, or you can buy as many as you want ahead of time to streamline the process at your organization.
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