When you establish your Pet Trust, you should be clear and provide very specific information about your pet to your caregiver.
Even if the new caregiver knows your pet very well, they still need as much information as possible to make a new and happy home for your pet.
At the very least, the following information should be provided;
Identify any specific behavior or habits of your Pet,
Is your pet basically an indoor or outdoor Pet,
Identity the Breeder of your Pet (if applicable),
Identify the brand of food that you feed this Pet,
What are the usual feeding time schedules and the amount of food for each meal,
Identify any special medications, supplements or other dietary needs,
Identify the location of all medical records, inoculation and spay/neuter certificates,
Identify the daily routine for your Pet including the specific (if any) location for sleeping, eating, baths, grooming, walking or exercise locations and interaction with other local animals, special play activities, how to calm your pet when it is disturbed or in fear and adaptations to travel, and
Identify the favorite toys or play objects for your Pet.
The more information given to the caregiver, the smoother the transfer for all parties.