Pet Power of Attorney
Make sure your pet is cared for in case you can’t care for them yourself.
A Pet Power of Attorney is Included in Your Gentreo Plan!
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Do you need Pet Power of Attorney?
If you love your pet like family, make sure they’ll be taken care of like family.
Protect your pet with a Pet Power of Attorney. Assign who will care for them if you can’t, how they should be cared for, and financial limitations for their care.
Simple to create
We guide you through each step so you can customize a full and complete Pet Power of Attorney. You can update it any time.
Decide who should have access to your Pet Power of Attorney. Then, share it easily and safely.
Access your Pet Power of Attorney instantly from anywhere if you or your loved ones need it.
I love my dogs more than anything. With Gentreo, they are now taken care of today and tomorrow.
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Learn More About Creating a Pet Power of Attorney
Estate planning can be overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. Find answers to common questions about Pet Powers of Attorney and planning for your future here.
A Pet Power of Attorney or Power of Attorney for Pet Care is a document which enables you to appoint someone to make decisions with regard to your pet and to express your directives as to the nature and cost of that care.
All pet owners can complete a Pet Power of Attorney to make sure that their pets are taken care of in their absence or incapacity.
Your Gentreo Pet Power of Attorney includes designation for your pet’s care when you can not be there yourself. You can assign who will take care of your pet or empower a pet sitter or boarder to get the care a pet needs. Plus you can store pet insurance details in the Gentreo Digital Family Vault, and keep track of your pet’s medicines, favorite foods, treats, walks and more.
You should choose the person that you trust the most who will be able to take care of your pets in your absence or incapacity. Important considerations are the proposed agent’s relationship with your pet, your agent’s availability to care for your pet, and the agent’s willingness to honor your wishes for your pet’s care.
It’s up to you which animals your Pet Power of Attorney covers. Remember that any pets you don’t list won’t be able to be cared for in your absence if they are not covered under the Pet Power of Attorney.
With Gentreo, you can add multiple vets and specify which of your animals are treated by which vet.
Most agents are not privy to the pet owner’s financial information. Without financial limits, your agent could agree to $5,000 surgery and you might not have the budget to afford that bill. Regardless, you would be responsible for that bill, not your agent. Therefore, it is important to set financial limitations if you have budgetary considerations.