Weighing your foster pets, no matter their age and weight, is a crucial part of being a foster caregiver. It’s even more important if your pet is young, underweight or trying to gain weight.
In this 10-minute informative Flash Class, you’ll learn four different ways you can weigh your foster pets and when you should weigh them.
Puppies and kittens up to four weeks old need to be weighed daily, as even the slightest dip in weight could be a problem. And while adult dogs and cats don’t need to be weighed as often, it’s important to monitor any weight loss or gain. It’s best to contact the foster manager if any changes arise.
Learn more with How to Weigh Your Foster Pet now.