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Remember: 1 being “Strongly Disagree” and 10 being “Strongly Agree”


My pet is generally free of pain when carrying out daily activities and has more good days than bad.

Signs that your pet may be in pain include: panting, whining or vocalizing, reluctance to walk or engage in preferred activities or hiding.



My pet appears to be breathing well and does not appear labored when moving around or resting.



My pet’s appetite is normal for them and they can eat and drink without assistance.



My pet can clean themselves and/or allows me to perform normal care activities like grooming, bathing, and nail trimming.



My pet can still get outside to potty or use the litter box. They can move around freely, without assistance or appearing to be in pain.



My pet still enjoys spending time with me, other family members, and pets. My pet does not shy away from being approached and I have not seen any drastic changes in mood.

Your Pet's Quality of Life Score Total is

Understanding The Results

Making a Plan

Once you have read through your pet’s results and have had some time to consider your options, the next step is to make a plan that’s best for your pet. Whether it is a Quality-of-Life Consultation or end-of-life hospice care, our compassionate mobile veterinarians are here to help you and your pet.