Tests we collect in your home

Step 1: Discover Availability

We provide a wide range of services in multiple cities across the United States, including Phoenix, Tucson, Denver, Fort Collins, Colorado Springs, Austin, Houston, Dallas, Indianapolis, Atlanta, Toledo, Tampa Bay, Northern New Jersey, Connecticut and New York City, Roanoke VA, Select areas in California Palm Springs, San Francisco, Irvine/Orange County and Las Vegas.

Coming Soon: San Diego

Ready to transform your pet care experience? It's easy to get started. Simply access our interactive map by clicking HERE and locate your nearest Affordable Pet Labs In-Home Blood Collection Service.

If your city is not currently on our list, we would love to expand our services to your area. Simply reach out to us and invite us to your city.

Step 2: Choose Your Test

We understand the importance of selecting the right test for your pet, and we're here to help make that process as easy as possible. Our website allows you to browse and select the test that best suits your pet's needs, and our knowledgeable customer support team is available to assist you via chat, phone, or email. Don't hesitate to reach out to us with any questions or concerns – we're here to help.

 Step 3: Secure Checkout

Choose your test, proceed to checkout, and receive an invoice and follow-up emails.

Step 4: Schedule Appointment

Fill out a pet information form after ordering, and schedule an appointment with an Affordable Pet Labs provider.

Step 5: In-Home Visit

To help ensure a smooth testing experience for your pet, we recommend taking some time to prepare them before the visit. In addition, our team will reach out to you prior to the appointment to confirm and will also bring some treats to make the visit more comfortable for your pet.

Step 6: Get Results

You can expect to receive the majority of your test results within 2-3 business days from the time your sample is taken and sent to the lab. We encourage you to share these results with your veterinarian and keep a copy for your own records. This can help ensure that your pet's healthcare team has access to the most up-to-date information and can provide the best possible care.