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Unformatted text preview: Pic tu re 1 Small Animal Check-in Procedures 1 To: Vet Clinic Student Worker Trainees From: R. Manzerik, DVM Memo Re: Small Animal Check-in Procedures Date: May 9, 2001 What is the proper way to check in small animals? Below you will find the General instructions followed by the specific procedures for dogs, cats, and exotic animals. General Instructions: 1. Pull the pets file or create a new file if its a first time patient. Files will be under the registered owners last name and the pets first name. Red Folder tags are for dogs, green for cats, and purple for exotic animals. 2. Have the owner fill out a yellow appointment form. States the reason for visit Make sure its filled out completely. Now you are ready to take the animal to its room! For Dogs: If the dog does not have a leash, put one of our leashes on it. Take the dogs into exam room one, two or three. The following measurements are to be taken and recorded on the appointment form: Heart Rate...
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2010 for the course ENG eng 325 taught by Professor Lott during the Spring '09 term at Louisiana State University in Shreveport.

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