Veterinary Invoice Template on this site can be issued to Veterinary Clients for the care or medicine provided to their pets. It is divided by sections so that each topic of information can be cleanly presented for the Client’s benefit. There will also be an opportunity to extend this document for special cases or to provide an in-depth medical report if requested.
Salary & Hourly Wage ($/hr)
Dog Boarding Invoice – For dog boarding service.
Dog Sitting Invoice – For dog sitting service.
Dog Walking – for walking dogs.
How to Write in PDF and MS Word
1 – Save The Veterinary Invoice To Your Machine
Open then download the paperwork to bill Veterinarian Clients for the services that were rendered.
2 – The Veterinarian Practice Must Identify Itself
Input the Veterinarian’s professional business name or the Veterinary Practice name in the first field by typing it over the text “Company Name.” Next, “Name” the Veterinarian or that of an Authorized Agent must be presented on the first empty line on this page. The Recipient or Veterinary Client must be able to contact this party using the information you supply on the next few lines. The Veterinarian Practice or Office “Street Address” is the first contact item you must provide. List it on the second blank line then continue on the third and fourth ones with a production of the Veterinarian Practice or Office’s “ZIP Code.” Finally, furnish the Practice or Office “Phone” number and “E-Mail” address to the final labeled areas.
3 – Identify The Veterinary Invoice Number, The Patient, And The Client
Most bookkeeping systems will assign all the paperwork being generated a unique filing identity. The blank line on the left of the shaded page divider will require you record Veterinary Office’s “Invoice #” for this document. Continue identifying this document by applying it on a specific “Date” then documenting this on the blank space to the right of the filing information you just provided. The Veterinary Client will be the focus of the following sections. Turn your attention to the “Pet Information” section where a report on the animal(s) treated or cared for by the Veterinarian will be necessary. Use this area to record the “Name,” “Age,” “Gender,” and the “Pet Situation” this invoice concerns. Note that the “Pet Situation” may range from an accident to simply being in good health. The section on the right, “Bill To,” will focus on the Veterinary Client who will pay for this bill. Several articles of information will be necessary to document this entity properly. Start by entering the Pet Owner (or Pet Insurance Company’s) full “Name” on the first blank line then satisfy the next three lines with the Pet Owner’s address and “Phone/Email” information taking care to satisfy each line in this area with the items requested by its corresponding label.
4 – Detail The Veterinarian Services Rendered And The Cost Involved
The “Services Provided” table occupying the next segment of this paperwork will give you an opportunity to define the veterinary care the concerned pet received and must now be paid for. You may list this as a basic procedure, check-up, date range for housing, etc. Naturally, you will have to present the price of the veterinary care provided. Do so in the “Amount” column. Add all the prices recorded above to cover the veterinary care to the “Subtotal” box Your area may require you add taxes to veterinary care or products, if so, then it must be listed separately in the next box. The money owed for the veterinary services must cover the “Subtotal” and “Tax.” Add these numbers to produce the “Total” owed for this invoice. After completing the table above and the preliminary material required, note the sentence starting using the terminology “Payment Is Due…” A deadline consisting of a reasonable amount of days can be imposed on this bill by entering the number on the blank space provided. If there are any topics, disclosures, or information to be delivered with this invoice, then inform the Veterinary Client of this in the “Comments Or Special Instructions” section.
How to Write in MS Excel
Download: Microsoft Excel (.xlsx)
1 – Acquire The Veterinary Invoice From This Site
The invoice presented through the “Excel” button or the “Microsoft Excel (.xlsx)” link should be downloaded to your machine. Open the file you have acquired then opened
2 – Veterinary Invoice Number Is Needed For This Document
Consult the Veterinary Office bookkeeping records then input the invoice number for this document in cell F4. You should also review cell H4 to make sure the current calendar date should be left as the invoice “Date”
3 – Present The Veterinarian, The Pet Being Discussed, And The Client
The column on the right will enable you to identify the Veterinary Practice sending this document. Cell A1 contains a generic Veterinarian logo which you should replace with the banner or logo of the Veterinary Practice seeking payment through this document. Now, present both the legal name of the Veterinarian’s Office or Practice in cell A2 then the “Name” of the Representative or Veterinarian the Client may contact in cell A3. Cells A4 through A6 are reserved for the Veterinary Office’s legal mailing address. Supply each cell with a separate component of this address. The “E-Mail” where the Veterinary Client can reach the practice can (and should) be provided in cell A7 and the telephone number where the Veterinary Office expects business calls is required in cell A8. The Pet that was cared for by the Veterinarian should be identified for the purpose of this invoice. A few cells have been included in this column for this reason. Present the Pet’s “Name,” the Pet’s current “Age,” “Gender,” and the “Pet Situation” causing the Pet’s visit in cells A11, A12, A13, and A14. The Veterinary Client’s identity will be handled in the E column on the right. The “Name” of the Veterinary Client is required in cell E11. Produce the address (“Street Address,” “City, State, Country,” “ZIP Code”) of the Veterinary Client in cells A12 through E14, then satisfy E15 with the Veterinary Client’s telephone number and/or email address.
4 – The Care Provided By The Veterinarian Must Be Billed
Cell A18 has been furnished to this sheet with a sizeable amount of space. Here, you should describe the veterinary care provided to the pet above. Notice that the column heading is “Services Procedure” however, keep in mind, you may list service as well as products or medicines that must be paid for. You may also use this area to bill for a hospital stay for the pet by providing a date range. All these items can be recorded as one basic service or separately depending upon your preferences. The next cell (H18) on this row bears the title “Amount” and will expect the full cost being charged for each procedure, treatment, medicine, or care listed in the previous cell. The next portion of the H column will work to present the full “Amount” due including taxes and present the Veterinary Client with a breakdown of this final cost. We will start with cell H19 (“Subtotal”) where all items you billed for above (even if it is just one) must be summed to one total value then presented in this field’s contents. The “Tax” (cell H20) field will offer the second part of this breakdown. Calculate the taxes (if any) that must be added then fill it in here. Cell H21 with the “Total” label will complete the table with the full dollar “Amount” the Veterinary Client must pay. This cell must contain the sum of H20 and H21. The sentence contained in cell A22 will contain a set of brackets. Replace them with a reasonable amount of days that should be considered a final deadline for payment. Material or topics that are due to the Veterinary Client with this invoice can be given to the Veterinary Client after the label “Comments Or Special Instructions.”