We all have a system for cataloguing our dogs’ lives however; these usually include separate folders for different things. Refrigerator magnets, shoe boxes, and the usual small draw are also common pieces of our system. But, wouldn’t it be lovely to have everything on or about your pooch in the same place? “This is my Doggie Life”; a scrapbook created by Dolores Hestad, allows you to do just that. Today Purebredbreeders.com reviews what the book has to offer.
A Scrapbook, Medical History, and Emergency Contact Source Combo
“This is my Doggie Life” is a comprehensive book that allows you to organize every aspect of your dog’s life into a neat, compact package that can be stored for when it is needed or left for a dog sitter to review. Purebredbreeders.com reviews this book and is pleased with the fact that it allows you to save photos, make notes of your vet’s contact information, plus document your four-legged friend’s medical history including vet visits, vaccinations, and scheduled shots. You can also keep a journal of all your dog’s firsts (baths, outings, etc.), or even something as simple as favorite toys or blankets.
Another feature Purebredbreeders.com reviews is the page created to store your dog’s name, contact and microchip information, as well as other important details. In short, “This is my Doggie Life” allows even a stranger to become familiar with your dog within minutes just by flipping through it. Best of all, you will have your dog’s photos in one place so showing them off will be easy.
Purebredbreeders.com reviews the idea behind the scrapbook. Besides being a functional tool, it also makes a great gift and will serve as a wonderful memorabilia in the future. It also makes keeping track of important dates easy, which can greatly benefit both dogs and owners. We salute Dolores Hestad for such a simple, yet ingenious idea.