Important Information To Take To Your Pet’s Veterinarian Visit

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23 Responses

  1. Great information. Thank you for this checklist.

  2. Thanks Sand Spring Chesapeakes!

  3. Ali Isaac says:

    Very useful post Rachele! Great idea to make a checklist.

  4. Thank you so much for this list. It is incredibly helpful for pet parents.

  5. Thanks, M.K.! I hope this handy checklist will help a lot of pet parents.

  6. Mari says:

    Thank You for this useful post!

  7. You’re welcome Mari! Thanks for stopping by my blog!

  8. Great checklist! Having all that info with you sure helps a vet help your pet.

  9. Everyone should print this out for vet visits.

  10. Thanks Talent Hounds. I created this checklist so it could help pet parents prepare for their visits to the veterinarian. Once all of the information has been collected, I would recommend keeping the original hard copies in a file as well as providing a copy to your veterinarian. That way if you move to another place or change veterinarians, you have all the information readily available.

  11. Barbara Rivers says:

    This is a very good checklist, indeed! Shared!

  12. Thank you for sharing Barbara!

  13. Sharon says:

    Your checklist of what to bring with you to the veterinarian’s office should be handed out to pet parents when they first adopt an animal. It’s a good idea to have information like this written down and not left to memory…. or at least not left to my memory.

  14. wagsahoy says:

    Thanks for the info! *wags* – Gilligan

  15. I just went to the vet today!

  16. Jodi says:

    Great tips and advice here. I keep the dogs records in a three ring binder and use that when we travel. My thought is in an emergency I may not remember something, so the book is there for a fall back.

    Thank you for joining the hop!

  17. Keeping your dogs’ records in a three-ring binder and taking your dogs’ records with you on vacation are both really great ideas, Jodi.

  18. Great tips. We keep the most relevant vet info in envelopes in our first aid kit. That way we have it should we need it while traveling. Thanks for linking up to the hop!

  19. Great idea to keep your pets’ veterinary information in your first aid kit when you travel, 2 Brown Dawgs! Thanks for sharing!

  20. Cathy Armato says:

    Excellent checklist. What a great thing to have on hand! Thanks!