What pet records should I keep? Why are animal health records important? How do you organize pet records? In this video, Revival Pet Care Pros explain how easy it is to effectively use the dog and cat Revival Animal Health Pet Records for recording cat and dog vaccines, tracking deworming schedules, logging pet microchip information and more important pet health information. If you have any other questions on pet health records, call us at 800.786.4751.
Cat and Dog Microchips: How Microchipping Can Save a Pet’s Life
What does a microchip do to your pet? What does it mean when a microchip is not registered? What does putting a chip in your pet do? Learn about what is a microchip and how it can help protect your pet.
Cat and Dog Vaccination Guide
Does my dog need a Lepto vaccine? Is feline leukemia vaccine necessary? Learn about recommended dog vaccines and recommended shots for cats.
Kitten & Puppy Deworming Schedule | Revival Animal Health
It's important to be proactive in preventing intestinal parasites in your kittens or puppies. Learn how to deworm and when to deworm your puppies and kittens.
Do I Need to Register My Pet’s Microchip: The Importance of Pet Microchip Registration
What if a microchip is not registered? A cat or dog microchip provides life-time identification for pets, but only when the number is registered with a microchip registration center listing you as the owner.
Written by: Shelley Hexom
Shelley Hexom is Revival's Content Manager and helps develop educational pet health resources. A three-time Emmy® Award-winning news anchor, Shelley works with Revival's Director of Veterinary Services, Dr. Marty Greer, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, to help create useful and easy-to-understand articles, videos, and webinars. Shelley received her bachelor's degree in Mass Communications from Winona State University in 2002. As a pet owner, Shelley enjoys time with her Boxer mix, Sally. Shelley has been part of the Revival Paw Squad since 2016.