Michigan 4-H Animal Treatment Record Sheet

August 28, 2015 - Author: Julie Thelen

When caring for animals, detailed animal health record keeping is important as it helps prevent mistakes, maintains continuity between treatments, and is useful to share with multiple caretakers or veterinarians. Michigan 4-H'ers and other animal caretakers can use the Michigan 4-H Animal Treatment Record Sheet to record information about the animal's treatment history, including the medication given, the amount, the reason for the treatment and the outcome that resulted. These records should be kept for the duration of the animal's life or one year after the sale of the animal.

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