Pet Owner Tools

Use our collection of pet owner tools to help get the most of your Assisi and Calmer Canine products!

Tracking Tools

Assisi Loop Tracking Tools

Download a tracking sheet you can use to determine when it is time to reorder the Loop!

Calmer Canine Tracking Tools

One of the best ways to see the progress that your dog is making during the course of treatment (recommended for a minimum of four weeks) is to track your dog’s level of anxiety.  So, we suggest you start by generating a baseline score, essentially scoring your dog’s level of anxiety before starting treatments with Calmer Canine. Then, you can track your dog’s progress weekly by re-scoring your dog’s level of anxiety and looking at the difference from the baseline score. You’ll be thrilled when you see your dog’s progress over the course of treatment with Calmer Canine.

Download the Anxiety Progress Tracker!

Keep track of the Calmer Canine treatments you give your dog. This is especially helpful if more than one person will be giving treatment sessions.

Download the Treatment Log!

Separation Anxiety Quiz

Does your dog bark excessively, destroy your belongings, harm themselves or even have potty accidents when left alone at home? These can all be signs of the serious condition known as separation anxiety. Sometimes it’s hard to know if this is the cause of your dog’s behavior. Our quiz can help you see if your dog has separation anxiety and what you can do about it.


Check out the Canine Separation Anxiety quiz!

Feline Musculoskeletal Pain Index

The Feline Musculoskeletal Pain Index is the first and only clinically validated tool for measuring and diagnosing pain in cats. Since cats cannot vocalize their discomfort they cannot let us know how the quality or intensity of their pain. The FMPI was developed by the professionals at NC State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine to help give a voice to the voiceless and reduce pain in cats all around the world.


When you complete your FMPI, be sure to click SUBMIT and not just download. These submitted results are collected by the researchers at NCSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine and can be used as quantitative data in the research of pain in cats and the development of treatment methods for cats everywhere. When you use the FMPI, you are not just helping your cat, but cats all over the world.

Take the FMPI