Description: Blaxton Pet Organizer is designed to keep all your pet related information and tasks in one place. Tasks such as booster vaccinations, worming/flea treatments, etc.
Files can be linked and/or attached to any record as required; these could include scanned images of certificates, vaccinations, etc.
A welcome screen and calendar gives the user an overview of upcoming events and other important information.
The user can see what tasks are due (or overdue!).
Details of veterinary surgeons and pet suppliers can also be stored, as well as food, toys and accessory information.
Users can create and edit their own queries using an inbuilt query editor.
Custom reports can be printed out as required as well as web pages can be produced.
Blaxton Pet Organizer can also be easily networked using TCP/IP adressing so that one database can be used to store the information but it can be accessed from other Personal Computers (PCs) on the network. Blaxton Pet Organizer can be installed on more than one PC as long as the PCs are residing on a business or home internal network and they share the same subnet mask. Blaxton Pet Organizer can only be installed on one standalone PC i.e. a PC which does not reside on a network.
Individual user permissions can be set so that access to records is controlled to protect important information.
Blaxton Pet Organizer is provided as shareware. It can be used to evaluate the functionality of the program but in order to remove the record limitations a registration fee should be paid.
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