Below is an writeup of all important paperwork for Flotus should it be needed in an emergency.



  • Name: Flotus
  • Microchip #: 98511207519631
  • License #: TBD (not required, but getting one anyway)
  • Rabies ID #: Y-164056
  • Breed: Lab/Hound/Feist Mix
  • Sex: Female
  • Coat Color: Light Tan (top)/White (bottom), Short Haired
  • Eye Color: Brown
  • Markings: Long tail & few black whiskers on face
  • DOB: 4/1/16; Date of Adoption: 1/26/17
  • Weight:5 lbs
  • Owner: Alexander Tuller, 908-507-9799,, 2211 Hillsborough Rd Apt# 4081 Durham, NC 27705
  • If Owner Unavailable (ICE): please contact Cori Ward, 336-830-1771


Health & Legal Documentation:

  • Vaccinations (see next page for full timeline): Leptospirosis (2/8/17, 3/1/17); Rabies & Spay/Neuter (11/25/16, 10/2/17); Distemper/Adenovirus/Parvovirus/Parainfluenza (DAPP, 2/8/17; DA2PPV, 11/25/16); Bordetella (11/25/16, 5/22/17); Deworming (2/6/17, 11/25/16)
  • Medical conditions: One-time treatment was required for Giardia 2/6/17 with Fenbendazole 100 mg/Ml; cyst appears regularly back of head)
  • Medications: Monthly Heartworm/Parasites (Interceptor Plus, monthly preventative); Monthly Flea/Tick (Nexgard, monthly preventative); given 1st of month, ½ tablet 2x daily Cetirizine to help with itching/allergies

Basic Care Instructions (Pet Sitting):

  • Daily: 3 cups food a day, split into two meals (1.5 cups/meal), one first thing in morning and one at dinner, keep water filled at all times, walk first thing in morning, last thing before bed, throughout day as needed (at least around the neighborhood), given a treat and toy once secured in crate
  • Weekly: long walks on weekends
  • Monthly: bath and rewarded with treat, heartworm/flea/tick medications on first of month (NexGard & Interceptor Plus), nails clipped, teeth brushed
  • Food Preference: Blue Wilderness Rocky Mountain Recipe Adult Dog Food (Beef/Red Meat with LifeSource Bits)
  • Toy Preference: Kongs only if left unsupervised (Flotus will rip apart most other toys if left alone with enough time, which is potentially dangerous)
  • Do Not Feed (poisonous): Chocolate, Gum, Dates, Peaches, Plums, Bones, Grapes and Raisins, Potpourri Oils and Candles, Lilies, Fertilizers, Lead paint, Human medications, Compost, Alcohol, Avocado, Coffee, Caffeine, Citrus, Coconut and Coconut Oil, Macadamia Nuts, Milk and Dairy, Nuts, Onions, Garlic, Chives, Raw/Undercooked Meat, Eggs and Bones, Salt and Salty Snack Foods, Xylitol (sweetener in gum, candy, toothpaste, etc.), Yeast Dough, Many Plants (Poinsettias, Lilies, etc)



  • Veterinarian (primary):
  • Insurance:
    • Provider: Trupanion;; Policy #: TU0002224547; Tag #: T541743
    • Coverage:: Effective 2/3/17 (3/5/17 for illness); after $200 deductible per illness or injury is met Trupanion pays 90% of all covered claims
    • How to Make a Claim: Take pet to vet, then submit completed claim form with itemized invoices within 90 days of treatment date to (accepts emailed photos of claim form and invoice); 6100 4th Ave South / Seattle, WA 98108; 1-800-569-7913
    • Included: Medications, Diagnostic test, Surgeries, Hospital stays, Conditions breed is prone to (congenital & hereditary), Dental illnesses & injuries, Orthotic devices, Prosthetic devices, Supplements, Herbal therapy
    • Not included: Exam fees; Admin; Preventive care; Breeding; Vaccinations, titer tests, flea control, tick control, heartworm medication, deworming medication, deworming; Transport expenses; Anal gland expression; Dog Stuff (bedding, crates, etc.); Parasite control; Cremation and Burial; War; Pre-existing conditions beginning within 18 months prior to policy enrollment date; injuries from specific activities (e.g., ingestion of foreign materials and bite wounds); cutaneous mass
  • Boarding/Walking/Grooming/Training:
    • Camp Bow Wow; Mon-Sat 7am-7pm; Sun 7am-10am or 4pm-7pm; Boarding 1 night: $42/night; Boarding 10 nights: $400; Check in by 4pm, check out Mon-Sat@ 7pm or Sun @ 10am; 919-309-4959; 4310 Bennett Memorial Rd Durham, NC 27705;;
    • Willow Oak Veterinary Hospital; M-F 8am-5:30pm, Sat 8am-12pm, Sun Closed; 1012 Broad St Durham, NC 27705; (919) 908-6744;;; Vet name: Dr. Mark Cagle, or Dr. Melissa D’Annibale
    • Pet Sitting: Marie @ 310-743-3367
  • Store (& alternate Grooming/Training):
    • PetSmart; 3615 Witherspoon Blvd Suite #101 Durham, NC 27707; (919) 403-6902;
    • Petco: M-Sat 9-9pm, Sun 10-7pm, 4011 Durham Chapel Hill Blvd Durham, NC 27707, (919) 401-2464,




Pet Contact Info

VETERINARIAN Willow Oak Veterinary Hospital 919-908-6744 1012 Broad St Durham, NC 27705
24-HOUR VET HOSPITAL Triangle Veterinary Referral Hospital 919-489-0615 608 Morreene Rd, Durham, NC 27705
RESCUER Hope Animal Rescue 919-608-4836
KENNEL/DAYCARE Camp Bow Wow (Chapel Hill) 919-309-4959 4310 Bennett Memorial Rd Durham, NC 27705
OBEDIENCE SCHOOL PetSmart 919-403-6902 3615 Witherspoon Blvd Suite #101 Durham, NC 27707
POISON CONTROL Animal Poison Control Center Hotline 888-426-4435 24/7 answers poison questions by phone
EMERGENCY CONTACT Cori Ward 336-830-1771 2211 Hillsborough Rd #4081 Durham, NC 27705


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