Dramatic Play Veterinarian’s Office Printables

I spend a lot of time at my Veterinarian’s office because I have four “fur babies”, three cats and a dog. On my most recent trip to the vet’s office I was inspired to create this Veterinarian’s Office dramatic play kit. There is also a free printable for you at the bottom of this post.

dramatic play veterinarian's office

vet waiting room

Pet Magazines for Vet Clinic Waiting Room

Here is the waiting room labeled with a sign. I found the Dog and Cat Fancy magazines at a garage sale for ten cents each.

vet clinic forms

Printable Forms for Pretend Play Vet Clinic

Of course, no visit to the vet clinic would be complete without patient intake forms and a prescription pad.

vet clinic patient

Pet Carrier

I found the play pet carrier and accessories at my local Goodwill store. The stuffed cat is a big Ty beanie.

dog breed chart

Pet Breeds

My vet also has pet breed posters on the wall in the exam rooms so I included one for you in the kit.


I introduce the children to the dramatic play vet clinic by reading the book titled Caring for Your Pets by Ann Owen.

vet clinic pet treats

Free Printable Pet Treat Label for Vet Clinic Dramatic Play

My dog looks forward to getting a treat when we check-out at the vet’s office. I created a free label for you to make a dog treat container for your dramatic play vet’s office. I recommend filling a plastic jar with brown pom-poms or some other type of “pretend” treat in case your little ones get too curious!

Click on the picture below to download your free pet treats label!
vet clinic pet treats label

You can see more pictures or purchase the kit on the Dramatic Play Vet’s Office Page.

About Vanessa Levin

Vanessa is the creator of Pre-K Pages and author of the book A Fabulous First Year and Beyond: A Practical Guide for Pre-K and Kindergarten Teachers. She has more than two decades of teaching experience and enjoys helping kids and teachers through her professional development sessions. Follow Vanessa on Facebook, Google +, Twitter and Pinterest.

Comments

  1. This is so adorable! I wish I was in Pre K!

  2. This is awesome! What a great idea. I want to try and incorporate this into my own Kindergarten class in Japan!

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