Free pet ID cards

Free pet ID cards

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Oct 21, 2008
By dvm360.com staff

You wouldn't let a pet walk out the door without a tag would you? So don't let clients walk out the door without a pet identification card. Pet ID cards are a convenient way to carry the crucial information clients—and practices—need in emergency situations. Because when a pet is missing, its microchip number isn't going to be the easiest thing for a client to instantly recall. Plus, pet IDs are a great tool to help bond clients to your practice.

What a pet ID card should include:

  • A photo of the pet with his or her name. Photos can make a huge difference in finding lost pets so, if possible, offer to take and print a photo of the pet for the client to adhere to the card.
  • Any identifying information of the pet, such as unusual markings, special needs, medications, etc.
  • The pet's microchip number if applicable.
  • The client's name and phone number.
  • The clinic's contact information: address, phone number, and hours.

To download a customizable pet ID card to give your clients, click on the image below.