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An animal shelter, also known as a pound, animal care, or animal service, is a facility that houses stray, lost, neglected, or surrendered animals, usually dogs and cats. The term "pound" comes from rural societies' animal pounds, where stray animals would be penned or impounded before their owners claimed them. Although no-kill shelters exist, it is often the procedure to euthanize animals that have not been claimed by a former or current owner within a reasonable time. Rescue groups, foster homes, and sanctuaries are among the shelter partners. Rescue agencies frequently remove dogs from shelters, minimizing the number of animals in the facility.
An ID card is a document that includes identification details about a person, such as their full name, address, age, hair and eye color, and a photograph. An ID card, as the title suggests, is used to verify a person's identity. The identification card of an individual is used to link them to information about them that is often kept in a database.
ID cards are used in a variety of ways in a range of situations. An animal service ID card establishes the identity of the employees working in that particular animal shelter or service. Design eye-catching and visually appealing identification cards for your animal services with our service animal ID card templates. Our designs and formats have specially designed to help you create the perfect ID cards that suit your needs. We provide user-friendly, 100% editable templates that make your work faster and efficient.