Use this dog medical tracker to keep track of your canine’s vaccinations, weight, flea/tick treatments, heartworm treatments, and more! Great for emergencies or even just to remember when your pet’s last vet visit was.
Please read the disclaimer near the bottom of this post.
Back in January, I made a cat immunization & medical tracker and I promised I would try to make one for dogs. Just like with my knitting/crocheting printables…I know more about one than the other. I have cats. Even though I love dogs, that’s just not in the cards right now (which is what happens when you have a strict lease and a cat who really hates dogs).
Anyway, with the help of two friends of mine (one who runs a blog where she talks a lot about her dogs, fact) let me know which immunizations their dogs regularly need to receive. Which was really the hard part, since the rest involved a lot of Googling and inserting things into the template I used for my cat tracker. 😛
Dog Immunization & Medical Tracker Features:
- Track vaccinations and date received
- Track fecal/deworming treatments, heartworm treatments, and flea/tick treatments
- Track surgeries and other medical issues
- Contains a brief summary of the diseases each vaccine prevents
- Track weight gain/loss–important for those of us with chubby pets 😛
- Space for name, DOB, breed, and microchip number, in case your pet gets lost
- Double-sided, so you can fold it into a handy brochure
- Comes in a variety of colors!
Instead of posting a clickable “download” picture, since this comes in so many colors I’ll just give you some text links to choose from. This is free, so download them all if you want!
This form is meant for personal use to keep track of your own pet’s medical records. That said, some people will use it improperly. I am not responsible for how others use this form. If you receive this from a pet’s private seller, they can just check things off on their own. (They can also do that with records that come from a vet. Most people know how to use a pen, I think.)
Be sure to have a vet look over any pet you wish to adopt. Veterinarians will stamp their own onlinepharmacytabs.com medical records with their information (name, address, and phone number) to advertise their business and to make sure you have it in the case of emergency. If you received an unstamped version of this from someone else, it did not come from a vet.
Always ask for the information of the vet that any private seller claims they used. If they can’t give you the information, walk away. If they can, call that vet and ask that they corroborate the seller’s story.
Please use common sense when adopting a pet.
Note: YOU WILL NEED A PDF READER. I use FoxIt, which is free. Click one of the colors to download and print.
How to Print Double-Sided:
Step 1: When you open the print dialogue, make sure Two-sided is selected. Then, click on Print Using System Dialog below that.
Step 2: Make sure the correct printer is selected and then click Preferences.
Step 3: Yours might look different depending on your printer. But here, I go to the bottom of the box, next to Duplex/Booklet. Click on the drop-down menu and select Duplex. Underneath that drop-down box (mine is covering it), select Duplex Options.
Step 4: Select Short Edge (Top) and then click OK. Click OK on the next box until you get to the box from Step 2. Click Apply and then click Print.
It should print double-sided with both sides going in the same direction.
This printable is for personal use only. You may share it on your own blog and social media sites as long as you give Budget Girl clear and full credit (as in, link back to this post). You may print out as many copies as you want and give them to friends and family for free. However, you may not sell copies or redistribute them as your own.
“Will you change something for me?”
This section has been here all along, but people seem to keep missing it. So I’m making it more obvious.
I will not customize these because it would become too time-consuming. You are free to customize them yourself, just please link back to this post if you post them on your own blog. (To clarify: just because you change the color scheme, that does not mean you made this printable, so please don’t pass it off that way.)
I will gladly change and re-upload the file if there is a glaring error, but not in instances of personal preference. (If you see an error, please let me know.)
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