Print Rabies Vaccination Certificates (US)

To automate the process of creating and printing rabies vaccination certificates in Provet Cloud, see how to set up your rabies vaccination certificates.

Rabies certificates can only be created during an ongoing consultation. 

To create and print a rabies vaccination certificate:

  1. On a consultation page, add a rabies vaccination procedure item to Treatment items. Typically, a rabies medicine item is linked to a rabies procedure item so that the rabies medicine item is automatically added with the procedure.
  2. Depending on the settings, the medicine item dialogue may open automatically. If not, select the pen button on the medicine item row to open it.
  3. From the Usage type drop-down list, select Administered.
  4. From the Batch drop-down list, select the batch/expiry information.
  5. Select the Effect group (the vaccination expiration duration).
  6. In the Rabies tag field, add the vaccination tag serial number. This field is required. If a tag number is not issued, you can add generic characters such as 'XXXX' or '----'. The serial number you add here (a) is copied automatically to the rabies tag custom field in the patient details (b).
  7. Select Save & Print certificate.


The PDF rabies certificate opens in a new web browser tab where you can view and print it. Depending on the certificate settings, the veterinarian's signature may be automatically added to the certificate if the veterinarian has saved their signature in their user profile. A copy of the rabies vaccination certificate is stored in the notes and communications records on the Communication tab of the client's page.

Tip: You can reprint the rabies vaccination certificate using the printer icon (a) at the end of the rabies medicine item row or the Print vaccination certificate button (b). If there are more than one certificate, this button prints a combined certificate. You can also print certificates from the patient's Vaccinations tab. However, note that on the Vaccinations tab, each certificate has to be printed separately. If you select several vaccinations to print a combined certificate, the veterinarian's signature will not be included.


See also

Set Up Rabies Vaccination Certificate (US)


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