And they’re willing to go into debt to do it. That’s according to a new survey by online financial group LendEDU that asked 1,000 US pet owners how much they spend on their pets and how it impacts their personal finances.
You can help your clients ensure their pets are cared for should the unthinkable happen.
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Unruly behaviors cause significant distress between clients and their pets, and can significantly increase the risk of relinquishment. But common unruly behaviors can be addressed by interventions and are often easily treated in compliant households.
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