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Don't forget about your pets when planning for your estate

dog in coneMy dog Bosco needed to have surgery on Wednesday to remove an eye. Dogs can get glaucoma, and his left eye was not responding to all the medications we were trying. Such high pressure in the eye reduces blood flow and compromises vision. It also hurts. If you have a pet, you should consider who should take care of your pet if you are no longer able to and if they would have the funds to afford the pet’s care. Such things can be provided for in appropriate estate planning documents.

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