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Test Strip Glucose Vetstix 11SG Urinalysis Reagent Strips Test Strip BUN Reagent
Test Strip Glucose 100ct
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Glucose-Only Test Strip. Suggested for monitoring diabetic cases. Vetstix-11 includes improvements and features designed specifically to provide reliable urinalysis results for veterinary practices and laboratories and offer diagnostic reliability.

• Shelf-life of all analytes is 30 months as opposed to 24 months.

• Specific Gravity is reliably determined to values of 1.07 as opposed to 1.06. Adequate renal concentrating capacity in dogs or cats can be determined making it a more reliable vet tool.

• Stable glucose chemistry pads allow reliable results for the full 30 month shelf-life of the product. High glucose values indicative of diabetic conditions will not be missed.

• Erroneous reductions in pH are avoided with Vetstix-11 strips. Incorporated strip technology helps prevent runoff of chemistry into neighboring pads. To prevent any chance that runoff from the highly acidic protein test pads can cause incorrect reduction in pH results, the Vetstix-11 strips are placed in a safe position - two test pads removed from the protein pad.

• Vetstix-11 reliably detects the presence of ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) in urine often present from supplemented feeds and vitamin supplements. Ascorbate has been shown to give under value or false negative glucose results with urine ascorbate levels of only 25mg/dl. Ascorbate may also affect Bilirubin, Nitrite, Blood, Leukocyte and Urobilinogen levels. Vetstix-11 insures that your clinical judgment is best served when the value of Vitamin C in urine is reliably known.
Vet-BUN Blood Reagent Test Strip. These sensitive color-coded test strips use one drop of whole blood.
Ovassay Plus Kit, 50 Tests Squeeze Test - Fecal Analysis 50ct Fungassay, 10 Tests
Ovassay Plus 50 Tests
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Fungassay, 10 Tests
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OVASSAY Plus Fecal Flotation System is the easiest and most accurate in-clinic method for identifying Squeeze Test - Fecal Analysis, by JorVet, is a fecal analysis or collection and transport container for clients or staff. Use for small animals and large animal quantitative FUNGASSAY Dermatophyte Test Medium is a culture medium that provides the veterinarian with a
Ovassay Plus System, 50 Tests VetScan Rapid Test Lyme (Canine) VetScan Rapid Test Anaplasma (Canine)
OVASSAY Plus Fecal Flotation System is the easiest and most accurate in-clinic method for identifying The first and only single rapid test on the market to provide qualitative detection of Borrelia burgdorferi in canine whole blood, serum or plasma. Fast (provides results in 8 minutes) and easy to use, with two easy steps (just add sample and buffer). Requires no refrigeration. The VetScan Canine Lyme Rapid Test delivers quality that is equal to or better than other in-office lateral flow devices:
Sensitivity: 100% (95% Cl, 96.3%-100%); n=100
Specificity: 100% (95% Cl, 92.9%-100%); n=50
The Abaxis Canine Anaplasma Rapid Test is a highly sensitive and specific test for the detection of antibodies to A. phagocytophilum and/or A. platys
in canine whole blood, serum, or plasma. Each test is provided with a
simple, easy-to-use sample dilution device and provides results in only
10 minutes. Room temperature storage.
Genetic Health Analysis 3000 DNA Blood Witness Relaxin Test Kit 5ct. Titer Chek CDV/CPV Test
Genetic Health Analysis 3000
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Using the latest science, this test scans your dog's DNA, both for ancestry information and specific genetic markers. Your veterinarian can use this information to create a custom health and wellness plan based on your dog's genetic code.

Discover the Secrets of Your Dog's DNA.

  • The Science is Complex, But the Process is Simple
  • Understand your dog's breed make-up
  • Learn your dog's weight and size predictors
  • Obtain precise nutritional guidelines


· Q: Who is Royal Canin?
A: Royal Canin is a global leader in pet health nutrition. In an industry that continues to adapt to popular trends in cat and dog food, our mission will remain the same; to constantly bring, through Health Nutrition and shared knowledge, the most precise nutritional solution for cats’ and dogs’ health nutrition needs, by building on constantly deepened scientific knowledge and Royal Canin’s roots in the feline and canine professional networks.

· Q: What type of Breeds are tested? What type of disease tests are run of each dog?
A: Following is a link to more detailed information about the individual disease and mutation tests run on each dog as well as a list of all the breeds tested for in the Royal Canin® Genetic Health Analysis™ test.



· Q: What happens once my dog’s blood sample is received?
A: Once our lab receives the dog’s blood sample, it undergoes extensive analysis. Our proprietary algorithm involves more than 18,000,000 comparisons against more than 250 different breeds and over 1800 genetic markers. Once the analysis is completed, we generate two reports: a general overview of the results for the pet owner, and a more detailed, medically-focused report for your veterinarian. Once you receive the reports, you should schedule a consultation with your veterinarian to review the report.

· Q: What is the difference between a blood-based breed identification test and over-the-counter swab DNA tests for dogs?
A: As opposed to over-the-counter DNA tests for dogs, ROYAL CANIN® Genetic Health Analysis™ is sold exclusively through veterinary clinics. While both types of tests give information about breed mix and optimal weight predictions, the blood test gives additional information about health conditions that the dog may be pre-disposed to as well as nutritional guidelines based on the dog’s breed mix.

· Q: Where can I go to check my status?
A: Kit statuses are only available through our Gateway veterinary portal. You will need to contact your veterinarian to get the status of your dog’s sample. Once a completed report is generated, you and your veterinarian will receive an email notification and a link to view your reports. Please keep in mind that tests may take up to 3 weeks from the time a sample is sent to the laboratory to generate results.

· Q: How long will the analysis take?
A: It will take approximately two to three weeks from the time the sample is received at the lab to process the dog’s blood sample and send the reports. To check the status of the analysis, contact our Technical Services team at 1(800) 592-6687.

· Q: I heard that my veterinarian will receive a different report than I do, why is that?
A: ROYAL CANIN® Genetic Health Analysis™ tests for a predisposition to various health conditions. This information is highly technical and can be interpreted best by a medical professional. If there were any health conditions flagged, we would have provide information to your veterinarian with detailed information about the results, and resources for further testing. If necessary, any concerns that come up based on the results would come from your veterinarian.

· Q: What if my dog is positive for a genetic mutation? Should I be worried?
A: Every mutation is different; some are highly predictive of disease, and some are dependent on other factors, such as the breeds involved, or the influence of other genes, the environment, and even diet. If a positive mutation is found, it is very important that you talk to your veterinarian about their recommendations for monitoring, treatment, or possible further diagnostic testing.

· Q: How do I know the results are accurate?
A: All breed determinations are made by our proprietary computer algorithm that performs more than 18,000,000 calculations of each tested dog’s DNA. The algorithm scans more than 1800 genetic markers that have been collected and looks for matches to breed signatures, then provides a marker-by-marker certainty score for each breed match.

· We are constantly validating our testing for accuracy. This includes repeated testing of a dog’s blood sample and review by independent third party specialists, geneticists and leading authorities on canine genetics. In each stage of DNA testing, the ROYAL CANIN® Genetic Health Analysis™ is run at Geneseek, a USDA-accredited laboratory, to ensure proper quality control.

· Q: I retested my dog and the results are different, why is that?
A: We are constantly making upgrades and updates to our algorithm as well as our reference database of purebred dogs. If a family line was not previously well represented, the algorithm would not be able to detect it. Also, improvements in sample quality can cause results to vary.

· Q: Can these results be used to register a dog with the AKC?
A: No, the results of this test are meant for your general knowledge and to aid a consultation with your veterinarian, results cannot be used to register a dog with the AKC.

· Q: What happens if I test a dog from a breed not in your database?
A: With over 250 breeds, types and varieties in our database, we would expect the algorithm would be looking at related breeds within that database and that the final tree would include closely related breeds.

· Q: Does the GHA test work on breeds from outside the United States?
A: The Genetic Health Analysis™ test was developed using pure breeds primarily from those found on the American Kennel club and The Kennel Club (UK) registry lists. If your dog was imported from a country other than Canada, the UK, Australia, Germany, or mainland U.S., or you suspect that your dog’s ancestors are from outside these countries, his breed ancestry may not be well represented in our database.

· Q: The results claim that my dog’s family tree may include a breed that is banned by certain residential communities, should I be worried?
A: Genetic Health Analysis is not intended to be used by regulatory or animal control officials to determine whether a particular breed is legislated or banned in a particular community. Nor is Genetic Health Analysis intended to be used in any judicial proceedings.

· Q: I don't understand the the results, who can I contact?
A: For inquiries regarding your results, please contact our Technical Services team at 1(800) 592-6687, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Central Time, Monday – Friday.

Early detection of planned or unplanned pregnancy. TiterCHEK CDV/CPV is an ELISA based assay used for the determination of antibody levels to Canine

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