Dog Care Information
Organize Your Dog's Important Records!
Can you lay your hands on any of your dog care information records at any given instant? If you can, good
for you, but for some dog owners, it would be a challenge.
No doubt, you probably have a system for
keeping track of family documents, or you just keep them at the bank. But when it comes to our dog's
information, many of us are not so diligent and have no system at all! Let's be honest, we've never been
But, what if there were an easy system for retrieving Rover's records right away -
wouldn't that be great? Well there is one...
With the The Complete Dog Organizer
Complete Dog Organizer, you'll be able to find your dog's
details all in one place, at any time, day or night.
Dog Care Information - Records of Importance
So, what kind of records might you want to keep for easy retrieval? One item that immediately comes to
mind is your dog's registration with the AKC if you happen to have a pedigree dog. A dog's genealogy is
something of historical value just like your family ancestry. If you lost his papers but had the number
recorded in the organizere, you would never lose access to this information.
Here are some other areas
of dog information you might want or need to access quickly:
- Medical History
- Licensing Information
- Adoption papers including all prior history
- Proof of Ownership
- Breeding details
- Vet Contact Information
- Emergency Back-up Vet Contact
- Insurance policy details
Think about this - what if you become ill or incapacitated? Your dog's records and vital information would
be a blessing to the kindly soul who takes over the care of your dog.
At other times you may need to
pull records together for travel or relocation purposes, and it's an absolute must for international travel.
If you move far away, think of the value in being able to provide your new vet with your dog's
comprehensive health and vaccination history.
You could also keep track of training classes and
makes notes on your dog's progress.
Enter upcoming dog appointments, as well as reminders of ones you need to schedule so that your dog will
never miss an important date.
Record names of medications, details of dosage and renewal reminder dates. Enter details of rabies certificate,
and spay/neuter information. Make notes about any significant health issues your dog has or allergies.
Wills - If provisions have been made for your dog in a will to ensure his continued care, it would be a
great idea to make a note of this in his record also.
Add a picture of your dog to the record for identification purposes.
And finally, let your children and other family members know where the organizer can be found just in case an
unforseen situation occurs and they need to get to it.
The organizer we're referring to will let you work smarter, cut down on the paper trail and make life a whole lot easier when it comes to finding your dog's important information.
Oh, and one more thing, if you have two or three pets, you can keep
track of their individual records by having a separate organizer for each so you won't run the risk of mixing up their
dog care information or important medical records.
The Doggies Want Your WOOF!
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