✨ Make sure your beloved pets are in good hands.

Whether you have a dog, cat, bunny, or any other pet, pets truly feel like a part of the family. Which is why it can be difficult to decide custody if you and your partner (or roommate) go your separate ways. This is where a pet custody agreement comes in handy.

A Pet Custody Agreement is a contract that outlines the care of a pet or pets that initially lived with two owners who are now separated.

<aside> 💡 While similar to a child custody agreement, this document is especially important because unlike child custody cases, most states still consider pets as property. This means that the judge isn't responsible for making sure the arrangement is in the pet's best interests. It's up to you to ensure the arrangement works for your pet.



💡 And DoNotPay is here to help.

With DoNotPay, you can now generate your own pet custody agreement in a few simple steps. We'll help you make an arrangement that works for you in terms of visitation schedules and covering insurance costs and other expenses.


All you have to do is:

1. Tell us basic information about your co-owner.

2. List all of your pets and their descriptions

3. Tell us how the ownership will be divided / how visitation will be scheduled

4. Decide how you want insurance costs and other expenses to be divided

5. And that's it! Both owners have to sign off on the document and remember to get it notarized or signed before two witnesses to make it legally binding.