National Love Your Pet Day

At White Oaks our pets are very loved and pampered and sometimes feature unintentionally in our zoom meetings with clients.   We are big believers in having a plan for your pet.  You can have care instructions written into your estate plan or even create pet trusts.  Ask us if you want to learn more.  In the meantime, have fun learning about whose is whose!

Pet Day


Micki recently adopted Cora through a rescue agency.  Cora has just completed intensive training and will be 3 years old in July. She loves to lay in the sun, go for walks and roll around in the grass. She is smart, sweet, very loved and spoiled.


Laura married a wonderful man who owned a dog named Gus.  Gus is a big beneficiary of this marriage and is now doubly spoiled. He will be 8 years old this June. He spends most of the day sleeping under her bed. His favorite treat is ice cubes. His nicknames are Rudy and Tony.


Sharon’s pride and joy is Waterloo. Waterloo believes he is the Minnesota welcome ambassador; he greets every person and dog with unbridled enthusiasm.  Noisily accepting FedEx and UPS packages is his favorite job. He loves frozen vegetables and long walks. He is available for zoom calls to reduce stress and make you smile.


Ginger is the apple of Meryl’s eye.  Meryl’s daughter lobbied for a puppy for years so Ginger is a very pampered pooch She is a three-year-old Cockapoo. Born in December and loves to play in the snow. Watching and chasing squirrels every morning is her main job. She loves steamed green beans.

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