Choose your tests

4 Questions to Choose Your Pet's Tests

(or keep scrolling for tons of helpful information about our test options!)

1) Do you need an in-home blood test appointment for your dog or cat?

2) Has your pet been diagnosed with a disease or taking long-term medications?

3) Are you looking for senior or annual blood tests to make sure your pet is healthy or trying to find hidden disease? Pre-anesthetic, pre-dental, or pre-surgical tests?

4) Do you need fecal or urine tests to diagnose or monitor parasites, Giardia, kidney or liver disease, diarrhea, urinary tract infections, or diabetes?

Here are some of our Most Popular In-Home Visit Lab Tests for Senior Pets, Annual or Wellness Panels, and Pre-Anesthetic Testing

Scroll below our Top Dog and Cat Tests for more details to help you choose your pet's lab tests

Additional Information to Help You Choose:
Tests We Collect In Your Home

We currently serve:

Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona
Denver and Fort Collins, Colorado
Austin and Dallas, Texas
Toledo, Ohio
Tampa and Clearwater, Florida
Indianapolis, Indiana
Atlanta, Georgia


and are expanding rapidly!

More about our in-home tests

Health Assessment Test Panels (compare to Annual Wellness, Senior Pets, Blood Panels)

Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.
While our customized test panels may be more extensive than most veterinary clinics offer, you may compare our Total and Basic Health Assessment Test Panels with your vet's:

While our customized test panels may be more extensive than most veterinary clinics offer, you may compare our Total and Basic Health Assessment Test Panels with your vet's:
• CBC with Chemistries, CBC/Chem 24, 25, or 27 (our Total Health) or Chem 8, 12, 14 (our Basic Health and Value Vitals)
• Complete or Comprehensive Blood Panel
• Senior or Geriatric Panel
• Wellness or Yearly Testing
• Minimum Database (MDB) or Baseline Blood Tests


Our team of veterinarians has created the most comprehensive dog and cat health test panels to evaluate organ function and health including kidney and liver function, thyroid, pancreas, proteins and minerals, immune system, blood sugar, blood and fecal parasites, and more.

We offer three customized test options for dogs and cats, our Total Health Assessment 50 Test Panel, Basic Health Assessment, and Value Vitals tests.

These may be compared to your vet's traditional Senior or Wellness Blood tests, but offer more biomarkers and tests for a comprehensive health assessment. Keep scrolling for details or visit the links below to order.


Chemistry Profile
• Kidney function (BUN, Creatinine, SDMA)
• Liver function (ALP, ALT, AST, GGT, Bilirubin)
• Thyroid hormone (T4)
• Blood sugar (Glucose)
• Pancreas (Amylase, Lipase)
• Electrolytes and Fluid Balance (Sodium, Potassium, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride, Anion Gap, Carbon Dioxide)
• Proteins (Albumin, Globulin, Total Protein)
• Calcium, Phosphorus
• Cholesterol, Triglycerides

CBC - Complete Blood Cell Count
• Hemogram (RBC, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, RBC morphology)
• White Blood Cells (WBC % and Counts, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils)
• Platelets, Reticulocytes
• Blood Parasites

Disease and Medication Tracker Tests (Diagnosis, Monitoring, Meds)

The biggest risk factor is not knowing.
The next biggest risk is not monitoring.
We help you do both.

These tests are to detect or monitor specific diseases or treatments. These are important to uncover hidden diseases such as chronic kidney disease (CKD) in cats and dogs, thyroid disease, and diabetes.

These tests are also used to monitor medication used for epilepsy or seizures, diabetes, thyroid, and arthritis. Test details in links below.

• Kidney Disease
Early detection and monitoring of chronic kidney disease (CKD) includes new gold-standard kidney function test, SDMA.
Order Dog Kidney Disease Test Order Cat Kidney Disease Test

• Thyroid Disease
Thyroid disease: Typically Hypothyroidism in dogs and Hyperthyroidism in cats - early detection and diagnosis including Total T4, Free T4, Total T3, TSH, and more. 
Thyroid medication or treatment monitoring with common thyroid disease medications such as thyroxine (levothyroxine, Thyro-Tabs, Soloxine, etc.).
Order Dog Thyroid Tests Order Cat Thyroid Tests

• Seizure/Epilepsy
Blood tests to measure levels of Phenobarbital, Potassium bromide (KBr), Keppra, or Zonisamide.
Order Dog Epilepsy/Seizure Test Order Cat Epilepsy/Seizure Test

• Diabetes
Blood tests to monitor diabetic treatment or early detection of diabetes and insulin resistance.
Order Dog Diabetes Test Order Cat Diabetes Test

• Vaccine Titer
Blood tests to help determine if core or annual vaccines are needed.
Order Dog Vaccine Titer Test Order Cat Vaccine Titer Test

• Valley Fever/Desert Dog
Coccidioidomycosis and common tick-borne diseases prevalent in western United States.
Order Valley Fever Test Panel (coccidioidomycosis only)
Order Desert Dog Test Panel (coccidioidomycosis, Lyme, Anaplasmosis, Ehrlichiosis,  Heartworm disease, plus fecal parasite test, CBC and Blood Chemistry panel)

Pre-Anesthetic Testing (Pre-surgery, Pre-dental)

Make sure your pet is healthy before anesthesia or surgery from the comfort of home.

If your dog or cat needs anesthesia or surgery, you want it to be as safe as possible. That’s why veterinarians usually require blood tests to check kidney and liver function, signs of anemia or infection, and electrolytes. Our team of veterinarians has selected the most important pre-anesthetic blood tests for your pet, including the cutting-edge early kidney disease detection test, SDMA. Test details in links below. 
Order Dog Pre-Anesthetic Test Order Cat Pre-Anesthetic Tests 

Additional Information to Help You Choose: Tests You Collect and Send to Us

Testing your dog or cat’s urine and feces for kidney and liver disease, diabetes, parasites and other
infections at least twice a year is recommended by veterinarians.

Select your tests and we'll send a collection kit with everything you need.

You’ll receive results by email within a few days.

Click here for simple steps on how to collect your pet's
urine and fecal samples and return.

Here are our most popular At-Home Fecal and Urine Test Kits

Still need help choosing your pet's tests?

Drop us a line with what tests your pet needs and we'll help you select the best one!