April 2024

Audience: Foster Caregivers, Public, Shelter/Rescue Staff & Volunteers, Veterinary Team

Daily assessment of foster pets is critical for the early detection of health and behavior problems, as well as assessing the effectiveness of medical treatment or behavioral modification. A daily assessment includes the monitoring of the pet's appetite, activity level, peeing and pooping, and any signs of illness or stress. By monitoring these aspects of your foster pets' health, you will recognize what is normal in the pet, so you can better able to detect abnormalities if they come up. Earlier recognition of signs of illness or stress allows for intervention before the problem gets worse.

To begin, simply click on the button below.

Open Daily Assessment of Foster Pets Now

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