FREE Shipping on all orders via USPS First Class Mail. Next Day or 3rd Day Mail options are available for an additional fee.
Yes. International shipping charges will apply. Charges will be calculated before finalizing your order at checkout. International shipments may incur customs fees depending on the country and their regulations. Any customs fees are to be paid to the appropriate customs agency by the customer.
It can typically take anywhere between 1-2 business days to ship from our location in Florida (Monday-Friday excluding holidays). All US orders will typically take 5-10 business days to deliver via USPS First Class Mail.
All international orders will typically take up to 21 business days to deliver via USPS First Class Mail International.
US orders are shipped out within 1-2 business days (Monday-Friday excluding holidays) from the date you purchased the order. If it has been more than 10 business days from the date you placed your order and you have not received your order, please contact us.
International orders are shipped out within 1-2 business days (Monday-Friday excluding holidays) from the date you purchased the order. If it has been more than 21 business days and you have not yet received your order, please contact us.
We will replace any item if it has been damaged in transit or if you have been sent the wrong item. We will ask you to take a photo of what you have received for verification purposes and send to us. We will then check our records to verify your claim. If we made the mistake, we will send you your correct order. At no additional cost. If it is damaged, we will resend the order at no cost or refund
your order. Our goal is to make every customer a Happy Customer!
15 years ago we realized it’s hard to keep all our pet’s health information in one place when we were away from home, moving to another town or state, switching veterinarians or traveling abroad. The older your pet, the more difficult it is to keep track of all health information, vaccination history, annual health checks, clinical examinations and more. It is designed with section features that are important to the caring pet owner.
That’s why we created the Pet Health and ID Records for your cat or dog where you can safely keep all your pet’s health and ID information in a booklet that you can use during their entire lifetime. Our goal is to have all owners of cats and dogs have a single record keeping booklet for safe keeping of all medical records, health information and ID info about your pet from birth.
Having a copy of your pet’s veterinary records is important in determining what type of care and treatment they may need. Just like you, your companion pet will have a complete medical file should you travel with them, if they change owners, veterinarians, or experience a change in living location. The laws that dictate the rules of the release and transferal of your pet’s medical records vary by state, so it’s important to visit the American Veterinary Medical Association to check on the rules that apply to your state.
If you’ve gotten your pet from another owner, you may not have a complete record of your pet’s medical history, past surgeries, or any other issues that you’ll need to know about. At the very least, you should have a record of when your pet’s essential vaccinations were last administered, and that they’ve been given treatment to avoid common issues such as heartworm. A Pet Health and ID Record can help by keeping all these records in a single location.
YES. If you adopt your pet from a shelter, it is necessary for them to give you your pet’s medical file, so that you can pass it along to your new veterinarian. In the case of adopting a pet from a friend or a private owner, that person should give you any pertinent records on the day you take the pet home with you. It’s important to know what level of care your pet received prior to coming to live with you, and that your new pet has been given the appropriate vaccinations and checked for any health issues.
YES. Perhaps your pet isn’t really a new addition to the family, but you’ve moved and need to find your pet a new veterinarian or you simply didn’t like the care you were receiving from your former veterinarian. There are all sorts of reasons for changing vets. Simply take your pets Health and ID Records with you to the new veterinarian so they can see the vaccinations and info from your previous veterinarian, and they can continue to add new information to the Health and ID Records on each visit.
NO. In most states, emergency shelters or Red Cross centers will require you too show proof of up to date vaccination records for your pets to allow into the emergency facility. Your easy to keep Health and ID Records allows you to have this ready to go in case of an emergency without having to look for papers in various locations in your home.