After my dog became sick while we were camping, I felt completely useless when the local vet began asking me questions about when he last had his vaccinations and other questions about his health. I just stared blankly at the vet while I tried to come up with dates, tests he had had, allergies. It was hopeless. It was late Friday afternoon. The local vet called my vet. The clinic was closed until the next Monday. We couldn’t get any information regarding my dog’s medical history for at least 48 hours.
The American Veterinarians Association guidelines for traveling with your pet, advise that you bring the following documents: Current copies of your pet's medical records, Proof of current vaccinations. I did some research and found that while a few other apps were out there, there was not one website where that did all the work for the pet owner gathering all the information in one place. There certainly is not a service that makes those records available to any vet in the U.S at any time. Additionally, any pet sitting service, groomer, doggie daycare, any service provider can see the shot records and rabies certificate either on line or on your phone. The records are smart phone friendly.
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