People ask us how difficult it is to test their dog or cat’s urine at home and are genuinely surprised at how easy it is.
Really there are just 3 basic steps:
1. Collecting a urine sample
2. Putting a drop of urine on each of the test pads
3. Reading and recording the results
We explain each step and the whole process takes just 5 minutes. You will feel like a pro after your first test.
We heard from Robert Cabral this week. Robert is an amazing person who specializes in rescuing and rehabilitating dogs from difficult backgrounds who have developed troubling behavioral problems. He helps these animals to become adoptable.
In 2008, Robert wrote a very nice testimonial on his website for ThePetCheckup, saying among other things: “There are few products I would give this high of a rating for, but The Pet Checkup is my #1 product that I think every pet owner should have. I will not be without it. ”
You can read more of his testimonial at this link~
With the excessively warm weather that many of us are enduring, it is important to keep a close eye on our pets.
In the high humidity, most dogs and cats are pretty lethargic – spending more time sleeping and resting. It is important to make sure that there is not an underlying cause for the lethargy such as a kidney or urinary tract infection.
Using ThePetCheckup monthly is important any time of year, but especially so in extreme weather conditions that could be masking a potential problem.