In-depth, step-by-step instructions on choosing a pet guardian and suggestions on what to include in the blank Pet Forms regarding your pet’s needs, behaviors and quirks along with important contact names and numbers.
A single Pet Form that puts your pet’s essential information at the finger-tips of pet caretakers today and pet guardians in the future. Because the more those caring for your pet know and understand about your pet, the happier your pet will be.
With her Who Will Care for Your Pet books Rennie Chamberlain has given every pet lover an easy solution to a problem many may not have considered - how to safeguard your pet's future without you
This book was an amazing eye opener. We as owners always say, 'I wish my dog could live forever.' We never think about the other consequences, what if we weren't around in their life? Now after following the forms and advice, I'm sure Tillman will be loved, fed, and most importantly, continue skateboarding for the rest of his life...
Rennie Chamberlain has created a wonderful and informative source to assist and motivate people who care about their pets to continue to do so through the use and implementation of a Pet Form to explain the needs of their pet beyond the information contained in a Pet Trust...
My business is to help people prepare for illness, aging and end-of-life issues, and many of my clients worry about leaving their pets behind. Although we address the problem, now, with her lifelong attention and love of animals, Rennie Chamberlain has given us through her pet forms and the choosing of a pet guardian a more thorough way to quiet those fears. This book is a gift of love to our pets - and to all pet lovers.
Taking care of over 40 wild animals makes me a busy person, so I appreciate the choice this book provides of either filling out a short pet form, a long pet form, or both. I also like that the completed pet forms can double as a quick reference guide for veterinarians, pet-sitters or boarding kennels.
I have worked with an older client for a long time, trying to get her to set up a pet trust and funding for her cats. When I bring up the subject she waves it aside as though it is something that will somehow take care of itself. Then I sent her Rennie Chamberlain's book, Who Will Care for Your Pet if something happens to you. Suddenly she calls me and gushes over the phone, "This is wonderful. I am filling it all out and taking it to my attorney."