Let’s open up a pretend veterinary office with these fun kids veterinarian kit pretend play printables! With these vet role play free printables, your little animal lover can tend their real pet, pretend pets or even their stuffed pets with official house calls.

Vet Pretend Play Free Kids Printables- veterinary clinic - shown are the printed pdf versions of the printables included in the set: dog x-ray, pet intake evaluation form, vet name tag
Let’s play with this printable kids vet set!

How This Veterinarian Pretend Play Can Benefit Your Child

Pretend play is a great way to help your child grow. Pretend play not only helps your child develop and understand language better, but helps with their social skills.

Plus, it helps your child experiment with emotional roles and social roles and teaches cooperative play like becoming a little veterinarian.

It also helps teach your animal-loving kid problem solving skills as well.

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Vet Pretend Play Set Printables

I’m sure your house is full of stuffed animals just waiting to be checked up! One plush dog could have the flu, the other could have a broken leg, one might need a vaccine or have a fever…

Veterinarian Kit Printables Pack includes

This free printable play pack is a 4 piece set that can be printed on regular sized paper at home on 3 pages:

  • 1 page with a printable veterinary ID badge name tag and a vet office sign.
  • 1 page with a health form to fill out (pet’s name, drawing of a pet, checking the, symptoms, ordering additional tests, choosing a treatment and writing down the diagnosis).
  • 1 page with a canine skeleton x-ray films to cut and glue on dark paper. Tip: color the spaces between ribs with a black marker – so much easier than cutting.

Download & Print Free Veterinarian Kit PDF Files Here

How To Make The Vet Play Printables More Real

Help your child get into the veterinarian pretend play a little more by making everything a little more official for that line of waiting animal patients lead by the plush puppy.

  • You can take a picture of your little vets and put it on their veterinary ID badge customizing it with their personal information. Take it a step further and laminate it and then add a lanyard.
  • Take and print pictures of your real pets or their stuffed pets and add it to the health forms.
  • Use a clipboard or file folder to add the health forms for easy access to treatment of the sick pup.
  • You could create a full kids play kit complete with band aids, gauze, and other simple and safe health items as toy medical tools and making a handy doctor’s bag to keep everything together.
  • I am even imagining the creation of a cone collar to keep those plush pals from biting at the new stitches.

Our Favorite Vet Play Sets

If you want to add some fun veterinarian set toys, here are several of our favorites and would make the perfect gift for any child with the love of animals:

  • Melissa & Doug Examine and Treat Pet Vet Play Set – includes a plush dog and plus cat, pretend play vet, medical equipment and a handy tote bag for easy storage to make house calls anywhere. The medical equipment includes: stethoscope, thermometer, syringe, ear scope, tweezers, clamp, cast, bandages, tubs of pretend treatments and ointments, and a reusable double sided checklist for office visits
  • TOY Life Dr Vet Kit for Kids – This vet play kit comes with a plush puppy and a vet cage as well as a 24-piece collection of other vet supplies in a teal vet bag
  • Add on this Melissa & Doug Veterinarian Role Play Costume which is super cute for young animal lovers
Veterinary Office Pretend Play Free Kids Printable- with id and health form

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  1. I’ve noticed when I try to use the download button on some of your activities it doesn’t work. The veterinary printable is also not working. I use chrome, is there a browser that works better with you site?

    1. It really just depends, Elizabeth! I usually have better luck with Chrome! I just emailed the vet play set to you. Enjoy!