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

Pain

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.

2

Breathing

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

3

Appetite/Thirst

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

4

Hygiene

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

5

Mobility

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.

6

Mood

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.