(Please fill out prior to boarding date)BelongingsFour Seasons Veterinary Specialists provides bedding, food dishes and water dishes to all medically boarding pets. You may provide one small blanket for your pet and one to two toys to be used during play times. You may provide your pet's bed; however, we cannot guarantee that the bed will be washed during the stay. All items must be labeled otherwise they may be marked with permanent marker. Please keep in mind that if you provide bedding and it becomes soiled, we will do our best to wash it but this is not guaranteed.Belongings*I have not brought any belongings with my pet.I have brought the following belongings with my pet (carrier, toys, blankets, etc.)List belongings*Four Seasons Veterinary Specialists is not responsible for the loss or destruction of your pet’s belongings.DietFood*Feed Four Season’s inpatient diet (a gastrointestinal diet)Feed diet that we brought with usFeed diet that we brought with, which is*Feeding DirectionsFrequency*Every 24 hoursEvery 12 hoursEvery 8 hoursEvery 6 hoursEvery 4 HoursYour pet last ate*I brought treats*YesNoPlease feed treats as followsSpecial Instructions regarding your petSpecial InstructionsMedication and Supplement InstructionsMedication and SupplementsMedication Name and StrengthDosageFrequency *Please note that ALL medication MUST be in a labeled vial. No medications in containers, pill organizers, ziplock bags or any other storage capacity will be accepted.*Emergency Contact(s)In the event your pet becomes ill or injured during his/her stay with us, we will make two attempts to contact you (at least 1 hour apart) in order to discuss treatment options. Please provide us with contact information for one or more persons who you authorize to make decisions regarding the care of your pet if we are unable to reach you (or if you have instructed us to not attempt to contact you).Name (primary contact)*Phone Number(s)*Name (first backup contact)Phone Number(s)Name (second backup contact, if any)Phone Number(s)Considerations for an Emergency ContactBefore beginning treatment of a patient, Four Seasons prepares a financial estimate of expected costs for approval by the client. The estimate has a high-end and low-end number, based on the information available to Four Seasons at the time the estimate is prepared. Before beginning treatment, Four Seasons requires the low end of the estimate to be paid as a deposit. The deposit may be updated during a patient’s stay. Upon discharge from the hospital or end of care of a patient, full payment of all charges is due. Please ensure that you have discussed and arranged payment requirements with your emergency contacts. Your emergency contact will be responsible for reviewing the estimate, approving it, and providing payment of the deposit before Four Seasons begins treatment of your pet. You or your emergency contact will also be responsible for providing payment of the balance of any charges due upon your pet's discharge from the hospital or the end of your pet's care. In addition to discussing payment arrangements, we recommend that you also discuss in advance your treatment preferences with your emergency contacts. Items to discuss may include: Your pet(s)' current health and medical history. Your pet(s)' current medications, if any. Whether you would want extensive measures to be performed in your pet(s)' care, and to what degree. Whether you would want life-saving measures (e.g., CPR) to be attempted on your pet (see page 5 of this form). Your feelings concerning euthanasia, when it may be appropriate, and body disposition after death (e.g., burial, cremation, etc.). Any financial constraints or limitations you may have on any of the above (e.g., is there a dollar limit that you want your emergency contacts to authorize for your pet(s)' care?) Authorization of Emergency ContactsI have read and I understand the considerations on the previous page, and I hereby authorize, and appoint as my agent in my place and stead, the persons named above, to make any and all decisions regarding the care and treatment of my pet(s), including but not limited to, approving medical recommendations, authorizing diagnostics, procedures, hospitalization, surgery, euthanasia and/or body care. My emergency contacts shall have the full power and authority that I would have to make such decisions, including the right to incur financial charges for my pet's treatment. I agree that Four Seasons may accept the decisions and instructions of any one my emergency contacts as if I was present and making the decisions myself. I have discussed with my emergency contacts the payment requirements as explained above, and I have arranged with my emergency contacts payment details as necessary. I may revoke or suspend my emergency contacts' authority at any time, either permanently or temporarily. If I relay this verbally on the phone, two Four Seasons representatives confirm this change. However, until I do so, my emergency contacts shall have the full right and authority as described herein.Date* Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY Client name*Client signature*Witness name*Witness signature*Consent for CPRPlease make one of the following elections for your pet while he/she is at Four Seasons.Code procedures*(CPR) I give my permission for the staff of Four Season’s Veterinary Specialists to perform any lifesaving efforts necessary in an attempt to resuscitate my pet should he/she stop breathing or if his/her heart stops beating while in the hospital. CPR is typically $300-$500, but this does not include the potential added costs associated with post-resuscitation care.(DNR except when under anesthesia) I give my permission for the staff of Four Season’s Veterinary Specialists to perform any lifesaving efforts necessary in an attempt to resuscitate my pet if his/her heart stops beating during anesthesia. If my pet’s heart stops beating at any other time in hospital other than in association with anesthesia, I DO NOT wish for any lifesaving efforts to be performed in an attempt to save his/her life. CPR is typically $300-$500, but this does not include the potential added costs associated with post-resuscitation care.(DNR) If my pet’s heart stops beating while he/she is in hospital at any time, I DO NOT wish for any life saving efforts to be performed in an attempt to save his/her life.Best Ways To Contact Me During My Pet’s StayPhone Number(s)*Email* Destination/Hotel/Resort Contact DetailsOtherPatient HistoryPlease answer the following questions about your pet’s medical history and current clinical condition.Heartworm, flea & tick prevention*YesNoType & last given*Seizures*YesNoPlease explain & frequency*Changes to appetite*YesNoPlease explain*Recent weight changes*YesNoLoss or gain duration*Signs of lameness*YesNoWhich limp & how long?*Difficulty getting up or lying down*YesNoPlease explain*Increase/decrease in urination*YesNoPlease explain*Increase/decrease in water intake*YesNoPlease explain & duration*Vomiting and/or diarrhea*YesNoDuration of symptoms*Coughing, sneezing , difficulty breathing*YesNoPlease explain*Please explain*Discharge from nose, eyes, etc*YesNoRecent hair loss, itching and/or growths*YesNoPlease explain*Additional InformationPlease use this page for any additional information or emergency contacts.Additional InformationCommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.