Keep Your Pet Safe with a Digital Database
Have you ever found yourself in one of these situations?
Each one is critical in its own way, yet they all share the same requirement:
The need for clear, current information.
Storing and updating your pet’s information is one of the best ways to ensure you are ready in emergency and everyday moments.
Whether you need to contact local shelters, track a microchip, or relay needed health details to your vet, having current pet information available can make all the difference.
The problem we most often encounter is that this information is stored in many different places, some on paper and some online, and we don’t always keep it current.
To solve this problem, we recommend creating a digital database for your pet. A digital database allows you to store your pet’s most important information in one secure and convenient location.
When you find an unfamiliar dog or cat roaming the neighborhood, what is the first thing you check?
The registration tags.
These often contain an address and telephone number, making the animal’s return a simple process of contacting the owner.
Unfortunately, not all pets wear ID tags. Several years ago, the New York Times published an article that revealed only 1 in 3 pet owners have their pets wear tags with current information.
Identification tags remain a smart option, but if you create an online pet profile, you can quickly send contact information to local shelters and animal control, giving you a better chance of being reunited with your pet.
Many of us elect to have microchips implanted in our pets. It is smart, safe, and ensures we can locate our pets even if they end up hundreds (or thousands) of miles away.
However, this works only if we register the microchip and know the unique number given to our pet.
By creating a digital database for your pet, you can include this information – contact numbers, microchip data, even medications – in a single location.
Have you ever forgotten to give your pet a prescription? Did you misplace the dosage information among a stack of other documents?
We want to keep our pets healthy, but sometimes – especially when our pet has several medical needs – it can be difficult to keep everything straight. This is one of the best uses of a digital database. You can enter medication details, set up reminders on your phone or smart device, and never worry about missing another dosage.
Whether you are traveling for business or going somewhere that is not pet-friendly, there are times when you must leave your furry friend with a professional boarding service or day care center. Imagine if the caretakers knew in advance critical information about your pet:
A boarding service with this information is now equipped to provide the highest-quality care to your pet. You can leave your pets in their care with the assurance that they are understood and treated well.
Using a Digital Database
A digital database can be used to store all important and relevant information about your pet. If you find yourself in a situation that requires these details, you can quickly access everything you need from your computer or smart phone.
Creating a single online resource will help you communicate with service providers, track medications and appointments, and provide detailed information to shelters and authorities if your pet ever goes missing. You will find that this tool provides a simple and effective way to ensure your pet’s safety and security, no matter where you are.
Interested in starting your pet’s digital database?
Register at Pawzr to create a secure pet profile within minutes.