Monitor Your Pet’s Health!
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Welcome to the Pet Health 5 Movement!
Pet Health 5 is your monthly reminder to monitor your pet’s health at-home.
Together, we can raise the happiest and healthiest pets – and feel confident about it!
What’s in the guide?
- Instructions for monitoring each health stat covered by #PetHealth5.
- Supporting content to help make the process easier.
- Tips for for logging your results.
- Plus, we follow-up with free checklists and support you and your pet’s health as long as you are a Pet Health 5 subscriber!
Why Pet Health 5?
Because monitoring your pet’s health at home will help you:
- Catch potential issues faster.
- Learn what your pet’s baseline stats are.
- Have better conversations about your pet’s health with your vet!
Become a Pro at These 5 Health Stats:
What is your pet’s resting heart rate?
Teeth & Gums
Do you check your pet’s mouth regularly?
What is your pet’s ideal weight?
Do you know your pet’s normal temperature?
Have you done a body scan on your pet?
Take Charge and Be Your Pet’s Best Advocate!
What People Are Saying About Pet Health 5:
“Knowing Onyx’s average temperature runs below normal (100.7-100.9), I knew something was up when it registered at 102.1. Even though 102.1 is within the normal dog temperature range, it was high for Onyx. I got him into the vet and was able to prevent a really bad infection from getting worse. Pet Health 5 can help all pet parents have the same knowledge and make educated decisions for their pets!”
~ Chloe, Co-Founder All Pet Voices
“Since joining the Pet Health 5 movement, I have become so much more aware of my cats’ health and wellbeing. For example, one of my cats had a health scare recently, and I was able to quickly assess that both his temperature, heart rate, and rate of breath were all higher than normal. I got him to the vet for care ASAP, and he is doing great!”
~ Emily, @KittyCatGo
“Schnauzers can get bumps often which are perfectly normal for them, but doing a monthly body scan with the reminder from Pet Health 5 helps me notice anything new. Even though my dog may get a bump or two regularly, it’s still good to be aware of what’s happening with his body so I can bring it to his vet’s attention. #PetHealth5 helps make it a habit to stay on top of my dog’s health with no surprises!”
~ Kia, @RawrSimba