“How long have you had Benji 2?” asks the vet.
“Uhmmm, I think it was before started working as a Pringles taste tester… so that’s… Let’s see… I was twenty-three when I started working there, and it is 2012 now… add the denominator… and… uhmmm… I’m still not sure.”
“That’s ok,” she tries a smile to put you at ease, but she’s clearly annoyed. “So, is Benji 2 up to date on his shots?”
“I know he had a shot sometime…”
“What was it for?” asks the now clearly peeved vet.
“Polio, I think. Wait, is that right? Can dogs get polio?”
“No, they can’t.” says a stern looking vet. “Is this really even your dog?”
Avoid embarrassing situations at the vet by keeping track of your dog’s health info. Your dog and your vet will both thank you. Well, neither will actually thank you since the vet expects you to do this anyway and the dog won’t even understand what is going on. But it is a nice thing to do, all the same.
Dog Medical Agenda [ $3.99 App Store ]
- Record your dog\’s general and health information (breed, sex, microchip information, and more).
- Keep records of any diagnostic testing with dates and results.
- Track vaccinations with reminders for boosters.
- Lists of allergies.
- List of prescribed medications along with directions.
- Store phone numbers for veterinarians and animal hospitals.
[ iTunes $3.99 Dog Medical Agenda ]