At Seminole County
your pet is a superstar

Love pets?

Seminole County helps you provide
the best care for your pet

Seminole County Pet Id

Everything your pet needs in one place

Quick pet identification for safety purposes

Preventive care and medication reminders

Emergency contacts available

Shareable pet info for pet care purposes

Integration with pet services

Exclusive offers for you and your pet

Questions about pet care?
Ask away!

How can society help stop pet abandonment?

Society can help in several ways, including: raising awareness about neutering or spaying pets and educating people about the responsibility of caring for a pet.

How do I train my dog ​​to stop barking excessively?

To train your dog not to bark excessively, you must: ignore barking when it is not necessary, reward your dog when he is calm, and teach your dog to bark on command.

What are the benefits of neutering / spaying for dogs and cats?

Neutering / spaying dogs and cats has several benefits, including: preventing unwanted pregnancies, reducing the risk of cancer and potentially improving the animal's behavior.

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What are the risks of eating toxic plants for animals?

Eating toxic plants can cause a range of health problems to pets, including vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, seizures and even death. It is important to know which plants are toxic and keep them away from your pets.

How to prevent fleas and ticks in dogs and cats?

To prevent fleas and ticks in dogs and cats, it is important to: keep the environment clean and free of fleas and ticks, give your pet a regular flea and tick treatment.

What are the signs of diabetes in dogs and cats?

Signs of diabetes in dogs and cats include: increased thirst, increased urination, weight loss, fatigue and vision problems.

Quick pet
identification for
safety purposes

Set reminders for
meds, vaccines
and more

Readily available
emergency
contacts

Easily share your
pet's data with pet
care professionals

Integration
with pet-friendly
services

Exclusive offers for you
and your pet

Why pet owners love the
Seminole County Pet Id

"Through the use of the Pet ID I was able to prevent Billy, my Border Collie, from suffering from pain due to hip dysplasia, in addition to not needing late surgery."

Amanda - Lake Mary
Billy's owner

"I was able to provide a better quality of life for my French Bulldog after finding out about brachycephalic syndrome and how important prevention is for his well-being."

Jessica - Wekiwa Springs
Buddy's owner

"I lost my cat after he had cancer that could have been avoided had I known he had a greater chance of developing it. I would have had more time with him."

Carlos - Fern Park
Amy's owner

"I've been using Woof Pet ID for a few weeks now and it has exceeded my expectations. It's easy to use, efficient and the customer support team is always available to help."

Mary - Sanford
Cocoa's owner

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