It's okay. As it states it is not a real pet passport so don't expect it to work on it's own without original paperwork & health certificates from USDA licensed vets. Instead of just asking for the the animals name it asks for a surname then a given name. It doesn't ask for the species of animal. It asks for a nationality (instead of country of origin, which it actually wants you to put). Owner information comes on the 3rd page instead of the 1st. It asks for owners information & contact, then emergency contact information, & vet information. The photo looks to be of similar size to that of a human passport instead of the larger sized pet passport photo It requests vaccine given & batch number, date given & valid until date, & authorized vet. Authorized Veterinarian most places is a USDA APHIS Veterinary and if a non USDA APHIS Veterinarian signe this section it invalidates the whole passport, but as this is not a real pet passport & is basically just a record keeper and a regular veterinarian should be okay to fill out and stamp each vaccination as they give it. There are only 4 pages/15 vaccination spots so you will need to buy another petpass passport as they outgrow their vaccination record pages. There are 12 pages/72 spaces for country stamps. There is no place to keep their health certificates/evaluations, tests, or any other paperwork the country you are traveling to requires so you will still need to carry that separately as this is not valid for proof of anything.