Question: When was the last time your pooch got his booster shots? Do you know what month he’s due back to the vet for his annual checkup? What about his heartworm prevention – did you already give it to him this month? Wait – your vet wants to give your dog a certain medication, but is that the one he’s allergic to?
Think … think!
Here’s the reality: With so many life demands, it can be hard to remember what the heck we ate for breakfast, let alone all of our pets’ vet visits and medical history! That’s why I highly recommend having a basic vet and medical records keeper nearby to jot down some notes.
A Free Gift for You!
To help get you organized, I put together a downloadable records keeper for you! It has four pages:
- General Pet Info – such as your pet’s name, age, breed, and home address. Plus, emergency contact info, vet info, pet insurance info, microchip info, and allergies
- Monthly Meds – keep track of heartworm, flea & tick, and other monthly medications
- Vet Records – keep track of vaccines, labs, and surgeries
- Notes – for important reminders
Download Your Free Gift
Once you download your records keeper, simply open it in your computer’s normal PDF viewer, hover over each block, and start typing! When you’re done, print it out. Plus, save the digital file in an easy-to-find folder on your computer … so you can always go back and update.