Our free reports are 100% based on real data, validated by experts, and, best of all, personalized for each pet. So you can understand your pet's unique needs and give them the best life possible.



Health advice isn't one-size-fits-all. Our expert-designed surveys allow us to get to know your pet from nose to tail so we can offer recommendations personalized just for them. We use our survey data to improve our reports and develop future reports. We also use our survey data to advance pet health science for the good of pets around the world by presenting findings at conferences, publishing in peer-reviewed journals, and creating accessible content for the public.


Our reports were developed by a cross-disciplinary team of veterinarians, nutritionists, microbiologists, and epidemiologists using statistics, machine learning, and the latest scientific research. They're designed to give you the big picture, as well as the data you need to make informed decisions about your pet's health.

You'll be able to find out the answer to questions such as:

What are the lifestyle changes that will make the biggest difference for my pet?

The internet is full of vague health recommendations and advice, but we dive into the statistics on what habits are most likely to make a real difference.

What are the best products for my pet?

Is your pet likely to benefit from a full-spectrum probiotic, or do they need one tailored to their specific health needs? We break down the best recommendations based on your pet's health profile.

How does my pet compare to similar pets?

Does your pet exercise more or less than average? Eat more or less treats? We show you how your pet stacks up against pets that are just like them.

What health issues might my pet develop in the future?

While some risk factors such as breed and age, can't be changed, knowing what health issues they are predisposed to develop can help you take preventative steps early.

When is it time to see a veterinarian?

All pets may show signs of health issues from time to time, but when is it time to seek medical help? We can tell you how likely your pet is to have a medical issue based on their symptoms.

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Weight report for dogs

Learn more about what foods are best for controlling weight, how much exercise is needed to prevent obesity, and what factors might be predisposing your pup to weight gain.

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Gastrointestinal report for dogs

Learn more about what symptoms are in the normal range, what to keep an eye out for, and when to take your pup to the vet.

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Joint issues report for dogs

Learn how factors like age and weight can affect whether your pup develops a joint condition, what preventative measures you can take, and how to manage joint pain that is already present.

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