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This test is designed to help you assess changes in your pet's comfort and mobility based on daily observations. To take the test, compare how your pet is acting today to how it acted when it was younger, before being diagnosed with osteoarthritis. To correctly assess changes in your pet's comfort and mobility, you must first determine its current condition using the following scale. The final score represents the sum of all the points recorded on the scale. Next, transfer the score onto the downloadable mobility curve. This test should be repeated at least once every two weeks and it will show you how your pet is progressing with respect to the medication and supplements it is taking, as well as its exercises and weight management.

0: Not Applicable,

1: Very problematic,

2: Moderately problematic,

3: A bit problematic,

4: No problem

 

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Final score :
Your pet is clearly exhibiting a loss of mobility in simple, day-to-day activities. This could be chronic or severe discomfort or pain, and we advise you to immediately make an appointment with your veterinarian for a more complete diagnosis and treatment plan. The Flexadin product line could be part of the solution by helping to support your pet's joint function. Talk to your veterinarian today! Download the tracking board
Your pet is starting to exhibit a loss of mobility. Certain simple, day-to-day activities are difficult. This could be due to a painful joint condition such as osteoarthritis. For more detailed information about your pet's condition, do not hesitate to contact your veterinarian for advice. The Flexadin product line could be part of the solution by helping to support your pet's joint function. Download the tracking board
Your pet has good mobility – that's great news! We recommend that you frequently check that day-to-day activities don't become more difficult over time. In fact, 45% of dogs over the age of 6 and 90% of cats over the age of 12, suffer from osteoarthritis. This condition is painful, so we recommend preventing osteoarthritis by keeping your pet active, watching its weight, and giving it a supplement such as Flexadin, which helps to support your pet's joint function. Download the tracking board
Final score :
Your pet is clearly exhibiting a loss of mobility in simple, day-to-day activities. This could be chronic or severe discomfort or pain, and we advise you to immediately make an appointment with your veterinarian for a more complete diagnosis and treatment plan. The Flexadin product line could be part of the solution by helping to support your pet's joint function. Talk to your veterinarian today! Download the tracking board
Your pet is starting to exhibit a loss of mobility. Certain simple, day-to-day activities are difficult. This could be due to a painful joint condition such as osteoarthritis. For more detailed information about your pet's condition, do not hesitate to contact your veterinarian for advice. The Flexadin product line could be part of the solution by helping to support your pet's joint function. Download the tracking board
Your pet has good mobility – that's great news! We recommend that you frequently check that day-to-day activities don't become more difficult over time. In fact, 45% of dogs over the age of 6 and 90% of cats over the age of 12, suffer from osteoarthritis. This condition is painful, so we recommend preventing osteoarthritis by keeping your pet active, watching its weight, and giving it a supplement such as Flexadin, which helps to support your pet's joint function. Download the tracking board

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