It’s hard to have all health information about your animal when you’re away, moving to another state, switching veterinarians or traveling abroad. The older your pet, the more difficult to track all information; description animal, microchip number, vaccination history, annual health check, clinical examination and much more information about your best buddy. That’s why you need a Pet Passport for your pet (dog or cat) to keep all information in a booklet that you can use during his/her lifetime.
Planning on taking your dog on your exciting vacation? Your pet should have a passport, just like you. A health passport will make traveling abroad much easier. A centralized place to keep all your pets important information so you know exactly where to find it. The passport is idea when traveling, boarding, or even a doggie day care visit.
If your friend or family member is pet sitting then this passport is a convenient guide in case anything goes wrong while you are away. They would have a photo, a list of unique markings and other identifiers that someone who isn’t as familiar with your pet might not know.
- Personel Pet Information
- Microchip Information
- Photo Identification Page
- Vaccination Records
- Fecal Examinations and De-Worming
- Heartworm Screening, Prevention and Treatment
- Medical History and Hospitalizations
- Dietary Information
- Dental Care
- Medications Taken Regularly
- Dog Service Providers
- Dog Supply Sources
- Club Registration and Memberships
- Events, Awards, Points and Titles
- Health and Vaccine Reference