Download and fill out the Pet Emergency Information handout about your pet and keep in a safe and easy to find location. The information you need will be at your fingertips if your pet goes missing! This can help save you time that may have been wasted rummaging for your pet’s information. If you go away on holidays, leave a copy of the Pet Emergency Information with your pet sitter.
Make sure to keep your current vet clinic files complete with up to date contact information. If you had your pet spayed or neutered at a different clinic, make sure they have current contact information. Your pet’s tattoo traces back to the clinic that performed the spay or neuter surgery. If you adopted your pet, contact the rescue organization as well. If you adopted your pet privately and it is spayed or neutered with a tattoo, again, contact the corresponding vet clinic to give them your contact information for their files. If your pet is microchipped, please make sure the microchip company has the correct and current contact information.