As we all continue to come to terms with the changes COVID 19 has made in our lives, sometimes our pets will have change too.
Your pet may need to be cared for and if this is the case you want to provide the carer with as much information as possible about the pet they will be looking after. It isn't always possible to have a lengthy discussion with a carer particularly in times of an emergency.
It is useful to have a pet checklist ready which contains all the information that would be helpful for a carer.
The carer may be someone known to you but this is not always the case. The more information you can provide the better for your pet and the carer. This will give you some peace of mind also. If a family member is the carer or will be organizing the carer this will make it easier for them also.
Use this handy pet checklist to complete the information so that you have it at hand should it be needed in a hurry.
This is free download. If you have any suggestions for information to add to this list please leave a message in the comments.
There is space after each of these headings to add the information about your pet.
The download link to the pdf is below
Hello! I am Rebecca Parker, the content editor of this site. My kitty cat contracted diabetes at age 14. This means twice daily injections and to his dismay, no snacking in between meals. This gorgeous and very loved kitty is sadly now deceased, old age caught up with him.
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