If you are updating your Pet's Online Profile, which consists of their care instructions, allergies, photos, diet, medication, Microchip ID number, Pet License number and other information relating to their individual care, there's no need to re-notarize your PetWill. You can print the new version of the "Schedule A Property Transferred to the Trust" page which is towards the end of the PetWill Pet Trust document and have it for your records.

If you add a brand new pet to your existing PetWill, change the name of any of your Pet Guardians, change the name of any of your Trustees, change the name of your PetWill Pet Trust itself and change your State of Residence, YES we recommend downloading your updated PetWill Pet Trust document and getting it re-witnessed by two people and re-notarized so your changes will be in effect.