View All Pets (Reference)

Cara T.
Cara T.
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Overview: What are we talking about?

In this article, we will cover how to use the “View All Pets” page. By the end of this article, you should have an understanding of how to access this page and how you can use its features to help you search, sort, and filter information to find exactly what you need.

The View All Pets page is a complete list of all animals in your database, including banned and deactivated animal profiles.


How To: Access and use the "View All Pets" page.

To access the View All Pets page, go to Left Navigation: Owners and Pets » View All Pets. 

From these pages, you can filter and sort the information in a wide variety of ways. Each column can be sorted, searched, filtered, pinned, and more.

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Default Animals' Table Columns:

Report Output Description
Actions In order of icons from left to right: View the Pet Profile, Edit the Animal Form, View Reservations, View Immunizations, View Incidents
Name Displays the Name of the Pet
Owner Name Displays the Full Name of the Owner
Species Displays the Species of the Pet
Breed Displays the Breed of the Pet
Image Displays a Thumbnail of the Profile Picture of Pet
Birthday Birthdate of Pet
Vet Name of Veterinarian
VIP Displays "Yes" if VIP pricing is enabled, Displays "No" if it is not.
Deactivated Displays "No" if pet is active. Displays "Yes" if pet is deactivated
Gender Male or Female
Fixed Displays "Yes" if pet is altered (spayed/neutered), Displays "No" if they are not.
Pricing Rules Apply Displays "Yes" if Pricing rules apply. Displays "No" if pet is exempt from pricing rules.
Last Reservation Displays date of last reservation if applicable
Next Reservation Displays date of next reservation if applicable
Created At Date pet's profile was created
Delete Record?

If a pet's profile is eligible for deletion a "Delete" button will show in this column


Sorting Content

Animals are originally listed in the order in with they were created. You can sort content the list of animals in your database by clicking through the arrow icons next to the column header.

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Columns can be sorted alphabetically ascending or descending, filtered by typing in the search bar, or by using the filter function with the following criteria: Equals, Not Equal, Starts With, Ends With, Contains, Does Not Contain. 

Clicking the arrow one time will sort the list alphanumerically A/1>>Z/99. Clicking it a second time will sort it Z/99>>A/1. Clicking it a third time will put the list of pets in its original state, listing the pets back in the order of creation.

Searching and Filtering Content

You can search and filter content using the options below the column’s title header:

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By default, the table will display any search results containing the phrase or information that you have entered. You can, however, refine your search results or exclude search results by clicking the filter icon next to the search bar or by changing your search criteria.

You can also stack search criteria to refine your search results further.

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Pinning and Auto-Sizing Columns:

By clicking the action menu button next to the column header title, you can pin,auto-size, and hide the columns.

You can pin columns by selecting "pin this column" and choosing the side of the grid that you want to the column. Pinning a column will print that information to be selected areas so that you can scroll while still being able to view that information.

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You can auto-size the columns by selecting "auto-size this column" or "auto-size all columns" to fit the content within the column.

Adding Custom Columns:

Custom Fields from the Animal Form can be added to the View All Pets page by tagging those fields on the Animal Form.

To tag a field to the View All Pets page, go to Left Navigation: Admin » Animal Form.

For any Field, you can edit it by selecting the pencil icon when hovering over the field. Then select "View All" from the "Tags" Section.




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