New Definition Of “Lucky Dog”

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There is such a thing as living a charmed life, and a lot of people will tell you that their dogs are doing
just that. Indeed, many Americans have a tendency to spoil their best friends and who can blame
them?

Dogs are loyal companions who provide you with endless hours of entertainment while acting as
protectors. They can also be your workout partner as they give you that look that says they need to
get some exercise. Under those circumstances even the staunchest couch potato can't resist.

While many people have the impression that dogs are largely for families with children in the home,
experts are finding that seniors can benefit from canine companionship as well.

Speaking of senior citizens and lucky dogs, there was some news circulating not too long ago about
the pet planning efforts of certain celebrities. One of them involved Betty White and her golden
retriever Pontiac.

White, who is 90 years of age, reportedly has a pet trust in place that has been funded with $5 million
for the care of her animal after her passing (if in fact she does predecease the well-heeled retriever).

Precious few of us will have the resources or the desire to leave this kind of money behind for the
benefit of our dogs. But, you do have to provide the basics at the very least.

If you would like to discuss pet planning with an expert, simply take a moment to arrange for a
consultation a licensed and experienced Reno NV estate planning lawyer.

Experienced estate planning attorneys Reno NV of the Anderson Dorn & Rader Ltd offers estate
planning and business planning resources to residents of Reno NV. To learn more about these free
resources, please visit www.wealth-counselors.com/ today.

				
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