What will happen to your pet if something happens to you?

Sunday, Oct 13  
10:00 - 11:30AM

Muttville Headquarters
Community Room
255 Alabama St. (corner of 16th)
San Francisco map

Muttville is incredibly excited and proud to announce their new workshop designed to teach animal guardians the best way to plan for the care of their animals when unforeseen circumstances arise. If you live in San Francisco, please make an effort to attend Muttville’s wonderful host Louise Thanos for a morning full of important information.

Each year an estimated 100,000-500,000 pets are sent to animal controls around the country because their owners have passed away and there have been no plans made for them.

This seminar is designed to help pet owners prepare for the unexpected. Below are a few of the topics that will be discussed:

- What options are available for people who don’t have any money set aside for the care of their animal?

-If you choose to leave a sum of money for your pet’s care, what is the best way to legally allocate and set it up?

-What are the choices for guardians who do not have anyone with whom to leave the care of their pets?

-Can you entrust the care of your pet to an organization? What does that mean? And how to pick the right organization.

About the event's host, Louise Thanos

Louis has been in the Financial Services industry for 20 years and is currently an Investment Representative at Monarch Retirement/Monarch Private Client Group. In her spare time she volunteers at Muttville Senior Dog Rescue and Neigh Savers Thoroughbred Horse Rescue. She currently has three rescue dogs and a horse. It was her love for these animals that motivated her to search for options regarding their future care should something happen to her to compromise her ability to care for them.