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Working With Taylor

Makes a Difference for Animals

 

More than a Job;
it's a Passion.

Taylor has been passionate about helping animals since she was a little girl.  Having been a volunteer for animal rescues, shelters, and various animal welfare organizations for over thirty years, Taylor helped to design and create her family’s own animal rescue organization, Dog Is My Copilot, Inc. (“DIMC”) in 2012, where she now volunteers her time serving as General Counsel. 

DIMC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that flies abandoned animals to “furever” homes. Since its inception, DIMC has saved over 2,000 animals by transporting dogs and cats to rescues, shelters, and foster homes where they are given adequate time to find a home and a chance at life. Based out of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, DIMC flies many regular routes in the Rocky Mountain and Pacific regions, including to Seattle, Washington.

 Taylor and her rescue dogs, Tatum & Oslo.

Taylor and her rescue dogs, Tatum & Oslo.

Taylor also uses her law degree to make a difference for animals. With the Humane Society estimating that over a half million animals end up homeless each year as a result of owner death, Taylor felt it was imperative to incorporate animals into her estate planning practice as well, in order to help reduce the homeless pet population. 

Working closely with the Animal Legal Defense Fund during law school, Taylor fundraised for and promoted campaigns supporting legislation that would help to prevent the homeless pet population, as well as to prevent and prosecute animal abuse. 

 Taylor's most recent rescue dog, Olaf.     

Taylor's most recent rescue dog, Olaf.