How to Make a Puppy Birth Certificate

Written by greg stewart
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How to Make a Puppy Birth Certificate
Remember the birth of your puppy with a customised birth certificate. (puppy image by Karol Grzegorek from Fotolia.com)

Puppies can be a very important part of a family. Dog lovers around the globe cherish their pets as if they were their children. Like your own children you may want to commemorate the birth of your dogs with birth certificates. Obtaining a birth certificate for your puppy is easy and can be done completely from your home. Puppy birth certificates are available for download off the internet or can be created from scratch by you in order to leave a more personal touch.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Internet connection
  • Printer
  • Printing paper

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Establish the birth date for your dog. If you are unsure of your puppy's birthday, a veterinarian will be able to assist you in estimating an accurate birth date. Be sure to make note of the birth date for all newborn puppies in order to remember the date accurately.

  2. 2

    Navigate to one of the several websites that offer free puppy birth-certificate templates. There are many options online that offer free, printable certificates.

  3. 3

    Fill in the necessary information pertaining to your puppy such as name, birth date and parents' names.

  4. 4

    Print the completed birth certificate using your personal printer or take it to a professional printing service.

Tips and warnings

  • Microsoft PowerPoint contains a default template for puppy birth certificates. You can use PowerPoint to personally customise a birth certificate for your puppy.

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