Petrific – Keep Online Pet Health Records


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Petrific is the Cadillac of record keeping for your pets. If you have a pet, no matter if it is a cat, dog, rabbit, bird, fish, reptile, horse or any other imaginable companion you will love this site.

What is Petrific you ask! It is an online electronic medical record that helps you keep all of your pet’s vital information in one place. You can access this information from anywhere, so no matter where you are, you and the veterinary health provider can access the information needed to care for your pet. So if you are on vacation and heaven forbid something happens to your beloved pet, forgetting to pack those important records will not be a problem.

Not only can it safely keep all the essential medical information but provides a variety of tools to help you get your lost pets home again. This feature is worth it’s weight in gold if you have ever had that terrible gut wrenching feeling of losing a pet. You can also view the reunited pets and read their heart warming tales. To top that off you can list a pet if you have found one.
So it is well worth signing up to the free service provided for more than one reason.

For pet owners the service is FREE! Signing up is fast and easy. All you do is add your pet, your pets records, emergency contact information and notification preferences. Once this information is entered you can enter your pet in the pet gallery.

Veterinarians need to hop on the bandwagon and register to partner with Petrific! I would love to see veterinarians nationwide join to help the system work as is was created to work. The available emergency access is awesome for emergency personnel to be a hero in a crisis. Breeders should also join to help us find a family member with the exact breed pedigree we desire.

So in a nutshell….Petrific can help you return the love your pets provide by serving as a one-stop, unique web resource. Petrific can help you:

  • Simplify veterinarian visits by providing necessary forms prior to a visit, which for some pets, can be rather stressful.
  • Organize your pets’ health records, making them accessible 24 hours a day: essential for the jetsetting pet!
  • Stay on top of your pets’ health care needs with gentle reminders about upcoming immunizations, physicals, etc.
  • Research veterinarians if you are moving to a new community, or just have information available if you are out of town and need a veterinarian.
  • Authorize care if your pet is ever lost or injured.
  • Assist in reuniting pets and their human companions if your pet is ever lost.
  • The mission of Petrific is to promote the wellness, safety, and happiness of companion animals everywhere by serving as a limitless resource for the humans charged with their care.

    Their vision will take shape by using state of the art technology and web development to provide the global standard for easy-to-use veterinary electronic medical records and reunification efforts of lost pets.

    Hats off to the founders KC Clark, Chris Glover, Kurt Hoffmann and Michelle Kirby. Their backgrounds in website development, online marketing, project management, health information/records and nursing have combined to create an incredible resource for pet owners, veterinarians/veterinarian practices and breeders. These folks recognize the importance of keeping your pet healthy.

    Imagine all your pets’ vital information in one place, accessible from anywhere by you and their health providers as needed. That is essential. That is Petrific.


About Author

Devoted pet owner and now, devoted pet editor, Judi worked in traditional offices, keeping the books and the day-to-day operations organized. Taking her dog to work every day for over a decade never seemed odd. Neither did having an office cat. She knows what it's like to train a new puppy and she's experienced the heartache of losing beloved companions. Retired, she currently lives with her spoiled dog and four chickens (who are, interestingly enough, also spoiled).


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