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Total Health Assessment 50 Tests - Dog
Total Health Assessment 50 Tests - Dog

Total Health Assessment 50 Tests - Dog

Get to know your dog's health from the inside.

Your dog will have over 50 essential tests to identify hidden diseases and determine its current health status: 28 tests to evaluate liver, kidneys, thyroid, pancreas, and more along with 21 tests on red and white blood cells, intestinal parasite exam, heartworm test, and a complete urinalysis.   

Every test your dog needs at any age.

Our Canine Total Health Assessment includes all of your dog's yearly needed tests including heartworm, fecal, urinalysis, complete blood profile, and more. Compare with your vet's annual canine blood tests, senior wellness panels, and more (see below for details).   

Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

Your dog's best health begins by understanding how its body is working. Our Total Health Assessment is our most comprehensive disease detection and organ analysis panel.

  • Blood chemistries
    • Kidney function (BUN, Creatinine, Urinalysis)
    • 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
  • Complete Urinalysis
    • Urine color, odor, turbidity
    • Urine pH
    • Urine specific gravity (USpG or USG)
    • Protein
    • Glucose
    • Ketones
    • Blood
    • Cells - erythrocytes (RBCs), leukocytes (WBCs), epithelial cells
    • Urine casts or crystals
    • Bacteria, organisms, or infectious agents
    • Microscopic examination of urine sample by Laboratory Technician or Board-certified Veterinary Pathologist
  • Heartworm Antigen Test
  • Intestinal Parasite Exam (Fecal tests)

    All Samples Reviewed by a Veterinary Lab Technician and then a Veterinary Pathologist if Abnormal Findings

 

While our test panel may be more comprehensive than most veterinary clinics offer, you may compare our Total Health Assessment 50 Tests with:

    • CBC with Chemistries, CBC/Chem 24, 25, or 27
    • Complete or Comprehensive Blood Panel
    • Senior or Geriatric Panel
    • Wellness Testing

Plus your dog's annual heartworm and fecal tests and a UA!

 

    Discover your pet’s potential for a longer, healthier, and happier life.

    $185.00
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    Basic Health Assessment - Dog
    Basic Health Assessment - Dog

    Basic Health Assessment - Dog

    A great place to start understanding your dog’s health.

    Your dog will have some of the most common adult and senior  blood, urine and fecal tests to identify hidden diseases and determine its current health status: liver, kidneys, and more along with basic tests on red and white blood cells, intestinal parasite exam, heartworm test, and a complete urinalysis. Compare with your vet's annual canine blood tests, senior wellness panels, and more (see below for details). 

    Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

    Your dog's best health begins by understanding how its body is working. Our Basic Health Assessment is our most affordable disease detection and organ analysis panel.

    • Blood chemistries
      • Kidney function (BUN, Creatinine, Urinalysis)
      • Liver function (ALP, ALT, AST)
      • Blood sugar (Glucose)
      • Electrolytes and Fluid Balance (Sodium, Potassium, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride, Anion Gap, Carbon Dioxide)
      • Proteins (Albumin, Globulin, Total Protein)
    • CBC (Complete Blood Cell Count)
      • Hemogram (RBC, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, RBC morphology)
      • White Blood Cells (WBC % and Counts, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils)
      • Platelets, Reticulocytes
      • Heartworm Antigen Test
      • Intestinal Parasite Exam (Fecal tests)

       

      While our test panel may be more comprehensive than most veterinary clinics offer, you may compare our Basic Health Assessment with:

        • CBC with Chemistries, CBC/Chem 10, 14, or 16
        • Complete or Comprehensive Blood Panel
        • Senior or Geriatric Panel
        • Wellness Testing

      Plus your dog's Annual Heartworm, Fecal, and UA!


      Discover your pet’s potential for a longer, healthier, and happier life.

      $145.00
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      Desert Dog Panel
      Desert Dog Panel

      Desert Dog Panel

      Because desert dogs are special.

      Dogs lucky enough to live in Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, and Utah enjoy gorgeous sunsets, long hikes, and year round sunshine. Unfortunately, these ideal conditions are also perfect breeding grounds for several infectious organisms that can cause serious diseases. To make sure your trail hound stays healthy, we created our special Desert Dog Disease Tracker diagnostic blood test panel.

      Tests to detect desert diseases including Valley Fever and tick-borne illness.  

      The Desert Dog Profile includes our Total Health Assessment 50 Test panel along with Valley Fever and tick-borne diseases Anaplasma, Lyme, and Ehrlichia. 

      Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

      • Valley fever (coccidioidomycosis or Coccidioides immitis)
        • IgG and IgM screening tests and titers
      • Tick-borne diseases
        • Anaplasmosis (Anaplasma phagocytophilum)
        • Lyme disease (Borrelia burgdorferi)
        • Ehrlichiosis (Ehrlichia canis)
      • Heartworm Antigen Test
      • Blood chemistries
        • Kidney function (BUN, Creatinine, urinalysis)
        • 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
      • Complete Urinalysis
        • Urine color, odor, turbidity
        • Urine pH
        • Urine specific gravity (USpG or USG)
        • Protein
        • Glucose
        • Ketones
        • Blood
        • Cells - erythrocytes (RBCs), leukocytes (WBCs), epithelial cells
        • Urine casts or crystals
        • Bacteria, organisms, or infectious agents
        • Microscopic examination of urine sample by Laboratory Technician or Board-certified Veterinary Pathologist
      • Intestinal Parasite Exam (Fecal tests)
      • All Samples Reviewed by a Veterinary Lab Technician and then a Veterinary Pathologist if Abnormal Findings


      Health information is health power.

      $235.00
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      Valley Fever Screen
      Valley Fever Screen

      Valley Fever Screen

      Detect hidden fungal disease from home.

      Valley Fever is a fact of life for anyone living in Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, and Utah. Valley Fever (Coccidioidomycosis) is a fungal disease caused by Coccidioides immitis.  


      During dry spells, the mold goes dormant in the soil, and can remain dormant for prolonged periods of time. Once it rains, the fungus grows into long filaments of mold containing infectious spores.These spores spread with wind, construction, and dust storms (Haboob). Dogs are often infected when they sniff the ground and inhale the infectious organism.

      If you're looking for a more complete test panel that includes common tick-borne infections and a complete health assessment, check out our comprehensive Desert Dog Panel.

      Valley Fever testing made easy.

      Your veterinarian may recommend a special test to help evaluate for this condition, called a “Coccidioides Screen and Titer.” Because it is not possible to test for the organism, we measure antibodies to the Valley Fever. 

      • Valley fever (coccidioidomycosis or Coccidioides immitis)
        • IgG and IgM screening tests and titers


      Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

      $130.00
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      Pre-anesthetic Plus Health Tracker - Dog
      Pre-anesthetic Plus Health Tracker - Dog

      Pre-anesthetic Plus Health Tracker - Dog

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


      If your dog 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 dog, including 16 key biomarkers and chemistries.


      Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

      Our Pre-anesthetic Plus Health Tracker includes:
      • Chemistry Profile
        • Kidney function (BUN, Creatinine)
        • Liver function (ALP, ALT, AST, GGT, Bilirubin)
        • Blood sugar (Glucose)
        • Proteins (Albumin, Globulin, Total Protein)
        • Calcium, Phosphorus
        • Cholesterol, Triglycerides
        • Electrolytes and Fluid Balance
        • Sodium, Potassium, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride, Anion Gap, Carbon Dioxide
      • CBC
        • Hemogram (RBC, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, RBC morphology)
        • White Blood Cells (WBC % and Counts, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils)
        • Platelets, Reticulocytes

      Health information is health power.

      1 - IRIS Staging of CKD (2019 Guidelines)

      2 - The prevalence and classification of chronic kidney disease in cats randomly selected within four age groups and in cats recruited for degenerative joint disease studies

      3 - Renal Dysfunction in Small Animals
      $120.00
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      Value Vitals Blood Tests - Dog
      Value Vitals Blood Tests - Dog

      Value Vitals Blood Tests - Dog

      Basic blood tests at our lowest price.

      If your dog only needs the minimum blood tests of CBC and chemistry panels, we've got you covered. Our veterinarians have teamed up with our labs to offer you the most affordable minimum blood tests from the comfort of your home. These basic blood tests screen kidney and liver function, signs of anemia or infection, and electrolytes. 

      Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

      Our Value Vitals Blood Test Panel includes:

      • Chemistry Profile
        • Kidney function (BUN, Creatinine)
        • Liver function (ALP, ALT, AST)
        • Blood sugar (Glucose)
        • Proteins (Albumin, Globulin, Total Protein)
        • Electrolytes and Fluid Balance
          • Sodium, Potassium, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride, Anion Gap, Carbon Dioxide
      • CBC
        • Hemogram (RBC, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, RBC morphology)
        • White Blood Cells (WBC % and Counts, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils)
        • Platelets, Reticulocytes


      Health information is health power.

       

      $120.00
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      Thyroid Disease Tracker - Dog
      Thyroid Disease Tracker - Dog

      Thyroid Disease Tracker - Dog

      Thyroid disease is the most common endocrine disease in dogs.

      We make early diagnosis and monitoring easier than ever. 

      Canine hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid gland) is now the most common endocrinopathy seen in dogs. Veterinarians worry many dogs are not diagnosed or are identified too late to avoid permanent organ damage. Dogs undergoing thyroid treatment often lack adequate monitoring tests, leading to poor thyroid medication regulation and premature death or complications. 

      We want to change that by offering more affordable, convenient testing and monitoring.  

      Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

      Our Thyroid Disease Tracker test panels are carefully designed by our team of veterinarians and experts to detect disease as early as possible and to precisely track your dog's thyroid function during treatment. 


      For dogs being treated for hypothyroidism, our Canine Thyroid Treatment Tracker includes:

        • Total T4 (total thyroxine hormone) - the most common thyroid function test
        • Free T4 (free T4 by equilibrium dialysis  or FT4d) - a more precise measurement of T4
        • Total T3 (total triiodothyronine) - another common thyroid function test
        • TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone or thyrotropin) - pituitary hormone that stimulates the thyroid gland to produce thyroxine and triiodothyronine
        • POST-PILL INSTRUCTIONS: For interpretation, be sure to provide our staff with the number of hours since your dog's last pill and treatment frequency.
          • If your dog is on twice daily treatment (every 12 hours), the time of the sample is not important as long as it is greater than 3 hours after administration and you tell our staff how long since the last dose. Most dogs are tested 3 to 6 hours post-pill.
          • If your dog is on once a day treatment (every 24 hours), the sample can be drawn 3 to 8 hours post-pill.
          • Be sure to check with your veterinarian if you have any questions about test timing as interpretation criteria may vary.

      To diagnose dogs with hypothyroidism or monitor more complicated treatments, our Canine Thyroid Diagnostic Tracker includes:

        • Total T4 (total thyroxine hormone) - the most common thyroid function test
        • Free T4 (free T4 by equilibrium dialysis  or FT4d) - a more precise measurement of T4
        • Total T3 (total triiodothyronine) - another common thyroid function test
        • TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone or thyrotropin) - pituitary hormone that stimulates the thyroid gland to produce thyroxine and triiodothyronine
        • TgAA (thyroglobulin autoantibody) - in canine thyroiditis, equivalent to Hashimoto’s thyroiditis in humans, antibodies are generated against thyroglobulin, leading to hypothyroidism
        • T3AA (triiodothyronine autoantibodies) - antibodies against thyroid hormone T3
        • T4AA (thyroxine autoantibodies) - antibodies against thyroid hormone T3


      Health information is health power.


      1 - Update: Thyroid Disorders - Michigan Veterinary Medical Association 

      $120.00
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      Medication Tracker - Dog
      Medication Tracker - Dog

      Medication Tracker - Dog

      Monitoring your pet for medication side effects just got easier. 

      Millions of dogs and cats are given daily medications to treat arthritis, pain, allergies, GI conditions, and thyroid, heart, kidney and liver disease. That puts millions of pets at risk for serious side effects.

      Most drug side effects are detected too late.

      Pets on long-term medications should be closely monitored. When treatment side effects are identified early, drug doses can be adjusted or alternative treatments pursued, avoiding serious harm or irreversible injury. 

      We make monitoring affordable and easy.

      Monitoring your pet for drug side effects can be inconvenient and expensive. Trips to the vet. Exam fees. And never getting copies of your pet’s results. That’s why we created our Medication Tracker blood test panels. One of our owners, Dr. Ernie Ward, literally developed the long-term medication guidelines used by veterinarians around the world for over 20 years. We selected a comprehensive and affordable test panel that screens for the major drug side effects seen in dogs and cats.

      Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

      Our Medication Tracker test panel is designed for dogs treated with long term:

      • NSAIDs or Arthritis medications
      • Allergy drugs
      • Heart medications
      • Kidney or Liver disease drugs
      • Blood pressure medications
      • Cancer treatments
      • Herbal or homeopathic treatments
      • Chronic or long term Nutritional Supplements or Nutraceuticals
      • Any drug or treatment used for more than 90 consecutive days

      Our Medication Tracker includes:

      • Blood chemistries
        • Kidney function (BUN, Creatinine, urinalysis)
        • Liver function (ALP, ALT, AST, GGT, Bilirubin)
        • Blood sugar (Glucose)
        • Electrolytes and Fluid Balance (Sodium, Potassium, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride, Anion Gap, Carbon Dioxide)
        • Proteins (Albumin, Globulin, Total Protein)
        • Calcium, Phosphorus
        • Cholesterol, Triglycerides
      • CBC
        • Hemogram (RBC, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, RBC morphology)
        • White Blood Cells (WBC % and Counts, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils)
        • Platelets, Reticulocytes
      • All Samples Reviewed by a Veterinary Lab Technician and then a Veterinary Pathologist if Abnormal Findings

        Looking for Thyroid Medication Monitoring Tests? Click here

        Looking for Seizure Medication Monitoring Tests? Click here

        Looking for Diabetes Medication or Insulin Monitoring Tests? Click here

       


      Protect your pet by monitoring its health. 

      $120.00
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      Kidney Disease Tracker - Dog
      Kidney Disease Tracker - Dog

      Kidney Disease Tracker - Dog

      Up to 25% of older dogs have chronic kidney disease (CKD). 1  

      The biggest risk factor is not knowing. 

      The next biggest risk is not monitoring. 

      We help you do both.


      One of the leading causes of premature death and suffering in dogs and cats is kidney disease. As pets age, their risk of CKD escalates. If kidney problems are detected early, simple dietary and lifestyle interventions can prevent or slow the development of CKD. 2     

      Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

      Our Kidney Disease Tracker test panel is carefully designed by our team of veterinarians and experts to precisely target and track your dog or cat’s kidney function. These tests are used to uncover hidden kidney disease and monitor for changes in pets diagnosed with CKD. 

      SDMA - The New Gold Standard in Early Kidney Disease Detection

      Our Kidney Disease Tracker includes SDMA, a newer, more sensitive renal function biomarker that provides additional information when used with our other tests, especially serum creatinine. 3 If you have an older dog or cat or a pet diagnosed with kidney disease, contact us for this comprehensive diagnosis and monitoring test panel.

      Our Kidney Disease Tracker includes:

      • Kidney Disease Early Detection and Monitoring (SDMA - Symmetric dimethylarginine)
      • Blood chemistries
        • Kidney function (BUN, Creatinine, Urinalysis)
        • Liver function (ALP, ALT, AST)
        • Blood sugar (Glucose)
        • Electrolytes and Fluid Balance (Sodium, Potassium, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride, Anion Gap, Carbon Dioxide)
        • Proteins (Albumin, Globulin, Total Protein)
      • CBC
        • Hemogram (RBC, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, RBC morphology)
        • White Blood Cells (WBC % and Counts, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils)
        • Platelets, Reticulocytes

      Health information is health power.


      1 - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6271312/ 

      2 - Polzin et al. Textbook of Veterinary Internal Medicine 6th ed. (2005)

      3 - IRIS - Utility of Creatinine, UPC, and SDMA in the Early Diagnosis of CKD in dogs and cats (updated 2019)

      $105.00
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      Total Fecal Tests Plus Giardia - Add-on - Dog
      Total Fecal Tests Plus Giardia - Add-on - Dog

      Total Fecal Tests Plus Giardia - Add-on - Dog

      Your pet’s poop provides valuable health information.

      According to data compiled by the Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC), nearly 1.4 million dogs and cats tested positive for at least one intestinal parasite in 2020.1 Hookworms, roundworms, and Giardia can infect people, so regular testing of your pet’s feces every 6 to 12 months and monthly deworming is recommended.2  

      We use the most accurate and recommended intestinal parasite test method, centrifugal flotation technique, for all assessments. This technique is the preferred procedure for uncovering hidden intestinal parasites and ova (eggs) in your pet’s feces.3  

      Our Total Fecal Tests plus Giardia includes a cutting-edge ELISA (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay) to detect Giardia infection. 

      In addition, this fecal test panel includes a microscopic review by a laboratory expert.    

      Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests at home.

      Our Total Fecal Tests plus Giardia includes:

      • Intestinal Parasite and Ova Detection by Centrifugal Floatation 
        • Roundworms, Hookworms, Whipworms, Tapeworms, other helminths
        • Coccidia, Tritrichomonas foetus, other Protozoa
      • Giardia by ELISA test method
      • All samples microscopically reviewed by laboratory technician 

       


      Health information is health power.

      1 - CAPC Parasite Prevalence Maps

      2 - CAPC Guidelines

      3 - CAPC “Fecal Exam Procedures”
      $35.00
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       Dog Health Assessment Test Panels

      Compare with your vet's Senior Pet Blood Tests, Wellness or Annual tests, CBC/Chem, Pre-anesthesia, etc.
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      Total Health Assessment 50 Tests - Dog
      Total Health Assessment 50 Tests - Dog

      Total Health Assessment 50 Tests - Dog

      Get to know your dog's health from the inside.

      Your dog will have over 50 essential tests to identify hidden diseases and determine its current health status: 28 tests to evaluate liver, kidneys, thyroid, pancreas, and more along with 21 tests on red and white blood cells, intestinal parasite exam, heartworm test, and a complete urinalysis.   

      Every test your dog needs at any age.

      Our Canine Total Health Assessment includes all of your dog's yearly needed tests including heartworm, fecal, urinalysis, complete blood profile, and more. Compare with your vet's annual canine blood tests, senior wellness panels, and more (see below for details).   

      Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

      Your dog's best health begins by understanding how its body is working. Our Total Health Assessment is our most comprehensive disease detection and organ analysis panel.

      • Blood chemistries
        • Kidney function (BUN, Creatinine, Urinalysis)
        • 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
      • Complete Urinalysis
        • Urine color, odor, turbidity
        • Urine pH
        • Urine specific gravity (USpG or USG)
        • Protein
        • Glucose
        • Ketones
        • Blood
        • Cells - erythrocytes (RBCs), leukocytes (WBCs), epithelial cells
        • Urine casts or crystals
        • Bacteria, organisms, or infectious agents
        • Microscopic examination of urine sample by Laboratory Technician or Board-certified Veterinary Pathologist
      • Heartworm Antigen Test
      • Intestinal Parasite Exam (Fecal tests)

        All Samples Reviewed by a Veterinary Lab Technician and then a Veterinary Pathologist if Abnormal Findings

       

      While our test panel may be more comprehensive than most veterinary clinics offer, you may compare our Total Health Assessment 50 Tests with:

        • CBC with Chemistries, CBC/Chem 24, 25, or 27
        • Complete or Comprehensive Blood Panel
        • Senior or Geriatric Panel
        • Wellness Testing

      Plus your dog's annual heartworm and fecal tests and a UA!

       

        Discover your pet’s potential for a longer, healthier, and happier life.

        $185.00
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        Basic Health Assessment - Dog
        Basic Health Assessment - Dog

        Basic Health Assessment - Dog

        A great place to start understanding your dog’s health.

        Your dog will have some of the most common adult and senior  blood, urine and fecal tests to identify hidden diseases and determine its current health status: liver, kidneys, and more along with basic tests on red and white blood cells, intestinal parasite exam, heartworm test, and a complete urinalysis. Compare with your vet's annual canine blood tests, senior wellness panels, and more (see below for details). 

        Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

        Your dog's best health begins by understanding how its body is working. Our Basic Health Assessment is our most affordable disease detection and organ analysis panel.

        • Blood chemistries
          • Kidney function (BUN, Creatinine, Urinalysis)
          • Liver function (ALP, ALT, AST)
          • Blood sugar (Glucose)
          • Electrolytes and Fluid Balance (Sodium, Potassium, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride, Anion Gap, Carbon Dioxide)
          • Proteins (Albumin, Globulin, Total Protein)
        • CBC (Complete Blood Cell Count)
          • Hemogram (RBC, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, RBC morphology)
          • White Blood Cells (WBC % and Counts, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils)
          • Platelets, Reticulocytes
          • Heartworm Antigen Test
          • Intestinal Parasite Exam (Fecal tests)

           

          While our test panel may be more comprehensive than most veterinary clinics offer, you may compare our Basic Health Assessment with:

            • CBC with Chemistries, CBC/Chem 10, 14, or 16
            • Complete or Comprehensive Blood Panel
            • Senior or Geriatric Panel
            • Wellness Testing

          Plus your dog's Annual Heartworm, Fecal, and UA!


          Discover your pet’s potential for a longer, healthier, and happier life.

          $145.00
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          Value Vitals Blood Tests - Dog
          Value Vitals Blood Tests - Dog

          Value Vitals Blood Tests - Dog

          Basic blood tests at our lowest price.

          If your dog only needs the minimum blood tests of CBC and chemistry panels, we've got you covered. Our veterinarians have teamed up with our labs to offer you the most affordable minimum blood tests from the comfort of your home. These basic blood tests screen kidney and liver function, signs of anemia or infection, and electrolytes. 

          Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

          Our Value Vitals Blood Test Panel includes:

          • Chemistry Profile
            • Kidney function (BUN, Creatinine)
            • Liver function (ALP, ALT, AST)
            • Blood sugar (Glucose)
            • Proteins (Albumin, Globulin, Total Protein)
            • Electrolytes and Fluid Balance
              • Sodium, Potassium, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride, Anion Gap, Carbon Dioxide
          • CBC
            • Hemogram (RBC, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, RBC morphology)
            • White Blood Cells (WBC % and Counts, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils)
            • Platelets, Reticulocytes


          Health information is health power.

           

          $120.00
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          Pre-anesthetic Plus Health Tracker - Dog
          Pre-anesthetic Plus Health Tracker - Dog

          Pre-anesthetic Plus Health Tracker - Dog

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


          If your dog 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 dog, including 16 key biomarkers and chemistries.


          Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

          Our Pre-anesthetic Plus Health Tracker includes:
          • Chemistry Profile
            • Kidney function (BUN, Creatinine)
            • Liver function (ALP, ALT, AST, GGT, Bilirubin)
            • Blood sugar (Glucose)
            • Proteins (Albumin, Globulin, Total Protein)
            • Calcium, Phosphorus
            • Cholesterol, Triglycerides
            • Electrolytes and Fluid Balance
            • Sodium, Potassium, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride, Anion Gap, Carbon Dioxide
          • CBC
            • Hemogram (RBC, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, RBC morphology)
            • White Blood Cells (WBC % and Counts, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils)
            • Platelets, Reticulocytes

          Health information is health power.

          1 - IRIS Staging of CKD (2019 Guidelines)

          2 - The prevalence and classification of chronic kidney disease in cats randomly selected within four age groups and in cats recruited for degenerative joint disease studies

          3 - Renal Dysfunction in Small Animals
          $120.00
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          Dog Disease Diagnosis and Monitoring Tests

          These panels are custom designed by our veterinarians to diagnose or monitor the most common and preventable diseases and medical conditions.
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          Desert Dog Panel
          Desert Dog Panel

          Desert Dog Panel

          Because desert dogs are special.

          Dogs lucky enough to live in Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, and Utah enjoy gorgeous sunsets, long hikes, and year round sunshine. Unfortunately, these ideal conditions are also perfect breeding grounds for several infectious organisms that can cause serious diseases. To make sure your trail hound stays healthy, we created our special Desert Dog Disease Tracker diagnostic blood test panel.

          Tests to detect desert diseases including Valley Fever and tick-borne illness.  

          The Desert Dog Profile includes our Total Health Assessment 50 Test panel along with Valley Fever and tick-borne diseases Anaplasma, Lyme, and Ehrlichia. 

          Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

          • Valley fever (coccidioidomycosis or Coccidioides immitis)
            • IgG and IgM screening tests and titers
          • Tick-borne diseases
            • Anaplasmosis (Anaplasma phagocytophilum)
            • Lyme disease (Borrelia burgdorferi)
            • Ehrlichiosis (Ehrlichia canis)
          • Heartworm Antigen Test
          • Blood chemistries
            • Kidney function (BUN, Creatinine, urinalysis)
            • 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
          • Complete Urinalysis
            • Urine color, odor, turbidity
            • Urine pH
            • Urine specific gravity (USpG or USG)
            • Protein
            • Glucose
            • Ketones
            • Blood
            • Cells - erythrocytes (RBCs), leukocytes (WBCs), epithelial cells
            • Urine casts or crystals
            • Bacteria, organisms, or infectious agents
            • Microscopic examination of urine sample by Laboratory Technician or Board-certified Veterinary Pathologist
          • Intestinal Parasite Exam (Fecal tests)
          • All Samples Reviewed by a Veterinary Lab Technician and then a Veterinary Pathologist if Abnormal Findings


          Health information is health power.

          $235.00
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          Kidney Disease Tracker - Dog
          Kidney Disease Tracker - Dog

          Kidney Disease Tracker - Dog

          Up to 25% of older dogs have chronic kidney disease (CKD). 1  

          The biggest risk factor is not knowing. 

          The next biggest risk is not monitoring. 

          We help you do both.


          One of the leading causes of premature death and suffering in dogs and cats is kidney disease. As pets age, their risk of CKD escalates. If kidney problems are detected early, simple dietary and lifestyle interventions can prevent or slow the development of CKD. 2     

          Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

          Our Kidney Disease Tracker test panel is carefully designed by our team of veterinarians and experts to precisely target and track your dog or cat’s kidney function. These tests are used to uncover hidden kidney disease and monitor for changes in pets diagnosed with CKD. 

          SDMA - The New Gold Standard in Early Kidney Disease Detection

          Our Kidney Disease Tracker includes SDMA, a newer, more sensitive renal function biomarker that provides additional information when used with our other tests, especially serum creatinine. 3 If you have an older dog or cat or a pet diagnosed with kidney disease, contact us for this comprehensive diagnosis and monitoring test panel.

          Our Kidney Disease Tracker includes:

          • Kidney Disease Early Detection and Monitoring (SDMA - Symmetric dimethylarginine)
          • Blood chemistries
            • Kidney function (BUN, Creatinine, Urinalysis)
            • Liver function (ALP, ALT, AST)
            • Blood sugar (Glucose)
            • Electrolytes and Fluid Balance (Sodium, Potassium, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride, Anion Gap, Carbon Dioxide)
            • Proteins (Albumin, Globulin, Total Protein)
          • CBC
            • Hemogram (RBC, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, RBC morphology)
            • White Blood Cells (WBC % and Counts, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils)
            • Platelets, Reticulocytes

          Health information is health power.


          1 - https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6271312/ 

          2 - Polzin et al. Textbook of Veterinary Internal Medicine 6th ed. (2005)

          3 - IRIS - Utility of Creatinine, UPC, and SDMA in the Early Diagnosis of CKD in dogs and cats (updated 2019)

          $105.00
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          Thyroid Disease Tracker - Dog
          Thyroid Disease Tracker - Dog

          Thyroid Disease Tracker - Dog

          Thyroid disease is the most common endocrine disease in dogs.

          We make early diagnosis and monitoring easier than ever. 

          Canine hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid gland) is now the most common endocrinopathy seen in dogs. Veterinarians worry many dogs are not diagnosed or are identified too late to avoid permanent organ damage. Dogs undergoing thyroid treatment often lack adequate monitoring tests, leading to poor thyroid medication regulation and premature death or complications. 

          We want to change that by offering more affordable, convenient testing and monitoring.  

          Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

          Our Thyroid Disease Tracker test panels are carefully designed by our team of veterinarians and experts to detect disease as early as possible and to precisely track your dog's thyroid function during treatment. 


          For dogs being treated for hypothyroidism, our Canine Thyroid Treatment Tracker includes:

            • Total T4 (total thyroxine hormone) - the most common thyroid function test
            • Free T4 (free T4 by equilibrium dialysis  or FT4d) - a more precise measurement of T4
            • Total T3 (total triiodothyronine) - another common thyroid function test
            • TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone or thyrotropin) - pituitary hormone that stimulates the thyroid gland to produce thyroxine and triiodothyronine
            • POST-PILL INSTRUCTIONS: For interpretation, be sure to provide our staff with the number of hours since your dog's last pill and treatment frequency.
              • If your dog is on twice daily treatment (every 12 hours), the time of the sample is not important as long as it is greater than 3 hours after administration and you tell our staff how long since the last dose. Most dogs are tested 3 to 6 hours post-pill.
              • If your dog is on once a day treatment (every 24 hours), the sample can be drawn 3 to 8 hours post-pill.
              • Be sure to check with your veterinarian if you have any questions about test timing as interpretation criteria may vary.

          To diagnose dogs with hypothyroidism or monitor more complicated treatments, our Canine Thyroid Diagnostic Tracker includes:

            • Total T4 (total thyroxine hormone) - the most common thyroid function test
            • Free T4 (free T4 by equilibrium dialysis  or FT4d) - a more precise measurement of T4
            • Total T3 (total triiodothyronine) - another common thyroid function test
            • TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone or thyrotropin) - pituitary hormone that stimulates the thyroid gland to produce thyroxine and triiodothyronine
            • TgAA (thyroglobulin autoantibody) - in canine thyroiditis, equivalent to Hashimoto’s thyroiditis in humans, antibodies are generated against thyroglobulin, leading to hypothyroidism
            • T3AA (triiodothyronine autoantibodies) - antibodies against thyroid hormone T3
            • T4AA (thyroxine autoantibodies) - antibodies against thyroid hormone T3


          Health information is health power.


          1 - Update: Thyroid Disorders - Michigan Veterinary Medical Association 

          $120.00
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          Vaccine Titer Tracker - Dog
          Vaccine Titer Tracker - Dog

          Vaccine Titer Tracker - Dog

          Does your dog need booster vaccines?

          Many pet parents wonder if their pet needs to be revaccinated. To answer this question, you had to take your dog to the vet, have blood tests taken, and wait to see if you needed to return for vaccines. It was such a hassle most dog parents opted for the easier option of blindly boosting vaccines, regardless of whether their dog needed them or not. 

          Find out if your dog needs a booster vaccine from home.

          Studies have shown dogs may have years of protection from vaccines, but the blood tests to find out if your dog needed revaccination were inconvenient and stressful. That's why we come to your home to help you and your veterinarian determine if your dog needs booster vaccines.  

          Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

          Select your dog's vaccine titer tests above: 

          Our Basic Canine Vaccine Titer panel includes:

            • Canine Parvovirus 
            • Canine Distemper Virus
            • Canine Adenovirus


          Our Total Canine Vaccine Titer plus Lepto panel includes:

            • Canine Parvovirus 
            • Canine Distemper Virus
            • Canine Adenovirus
            • Canine Leptospirosis (6 serovars)
              • Pomona
              • Grippotyphosa
              • Hardjo
              • Canicola
              • Icterohemorrhagiae
              • Bratislava

          These tests typically take 7 to 12 working days to complete. 

          We also provide your veterinarian with assistance from Michigan State University's Veterinary Diagnostic Lab to determine if your dog’s test levels indicate to vaccinate or not. 

          Health information is health power.

          $140.00
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          Seizure Tracker - Dog
          Seizure Tracker - Dog

          Seizure Tracker - Dog

          Monitoring your dog’s seizure meds just got easier.

          Managing a pet with epilepsy or seizures can be a challenge. Drugs and blood tests can be expensive, time consuming, and stressful for you and your pet. Because of these difficulties, few epileptic pets receive the treatment and follow up care they desperately need. We’re committed to making your pet’s seizure medication monitoring more affordable and convenient with our Seizure Tracker test panels.    

          Our Seizure Tracker test panels are carefully designed by our team of veterinarians and experts to precisely target and track your dog or cat’s therapeutic blood levels. 

          By performing these tests in the comfort and safety of your own home, your pet is less likely to experience stress and anxiety, both potent seizure triggers. 

          Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests in the comfort of your home.

          Select your dog's seizure medication monitoring panel above:

          Phenobarbital
          Because it can cause side effects such as liver disease and depression, phenobarbital levels should be monitored regularly, typically every three to six months.
          Either a peak level (2 hours after pill) or trough level (just before the next dose) are recommended. Most veterinarians prefer to measure peak level to reduce the risk of drug side effects. 
          If you adjust your pet’s phenobarbital levels, be sure to measure drug levels again in two to four weeks. Available any day of week.

          Potassium bromide (KBr)
          Potassium bromide is often used in pets with epilepsy if side effects occur with other drugs, particularly phenobarbital. It may be administered in combination with other treatments.
          Blood samples may be obtained at any time. Available Monday through Thursday.

          Keppra (levetiracetam)
          Keppra is a new generation antiepileptic drug that is being used in dogs and cats suffering from epilepsy and seizure disorders. Most pets will need to have their therapeutic levels checked every three to six months. 
          In general, blood samples should be collected as close to the next dose (trough) as possible. For pets on sustained-release formulations, the blood sample should be collected a minimum of 12 hours after the last dose. Some veterinarians may request additional tests (peak and trough) based on your pet’s condition. Analysis is performed by liquid chromatography. Because this is a highly specialized test, it is available only on Tuesdays.

          Zonisamide
          Zonisamide is another new generation antiepileptic medication used in dogs and cats. Most pets will need to have their therapeutic levels checked every three to six months. Available only on Tuesdays.

          In general, blood samples should be collected as close to the next dose (trough) as possible. Some veterinarians may request additional tests (peak and trough) based on your pet’s condition. Analysis is performed by liquid chromatography. Because this is a highly specialized test, it is available only on certain days.

          Health information is health power.

          $110.00
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          Diabetes Tracker - Dog
          Diabetes Tracker - Dog

          Diabetes Tracker - Dog

          Monitoring your dog’s diabetes just got easier.

          Treating pet diabetes can be a challenge. Injections and blood tests can be expensive, time consuming, and stressful for you and your pet. Because of these difficulties, few diabetic pets receive the treatment and follow up care they desperately need. We’re committed to making your pet’s routine blood monitoring more affordable and convenient with our Diabetes Tracker test panel.    

          Our Diabetes Disease Tracker test panels are carefully designed by our team of veterinarians and experts to precisely target and track your dog's blood sugar levels over an extended period of time. These tests are more convenient and give a better assessment of your pet's glycemic control without the interference of stress hyperglycemia, anemia, and other conditions. 

          Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

           Select your dog's test above:

          Fructosamine Diabetes Tracker
          Fructosamine is a test that measures your dog's approximate blood glucose values the previous 14 to 21 days. This is currently the most widely used and accepted clinical blood glucose monitoring test. Most diabetic cats and dogs should have their fructosamine levels performed every one to two months to ensure proper insulin dosage and glycemic control.  

          90-day Diabetes Treatment Tracker - a1C
          This test provides you with an assessment of your dog's glucose control for the past 110 days. For most diabetic pets, testing a1C every 3 months is another way to know if the insulin dosage is appropriate and if blood glucose is remaining safe. Ask your veterinarian if a1C testing is appropriate for your dog's diabetic monitoring. 

          This test is also an excellent early detection panel for dogs genetically predisposed to diabetes such as Australian Terriers, Beagles, Samoyeds, and Keeshonds.

          Health information is health power.

          $105.00
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          Pregnancy Tracker - Dog
          Pregnancy Tracker - Dog

          Pregnancy Tracker - Dog

          Pregnancy testing at home.

          Finding out if your dog is pregnant as quickly as possible is important for many reasons. Let’s face it, pregnancy testing your pet has been stressful and challenging: trips to vet, expensive tests, inconclusive results, repeat. We’re here to change that.

          We provide relaxin hormone pregnancy testing in the comfort of your home. Relaxin is secreted primarily by the placenta and is a reliable indicator of pregnancy in dogs. 

          Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

          Relaxin levels: 
            • May detect pregnancy as early as 20 days post-LH surge (progesterone surge) in canines
              • Approximately 80% of pregnant canines are detected between 20 and 28 days, while some dogs may not test positive until day 31
              • Highest concentrations of relaxin generally occur at 6 to 8 weeks of pregnancy
              • Negative results should be retested at least seven days later
            • Levels of relaxin remain elevated throughout gestation and decline quickly following whelping or loss of pregnancy
            • Factors such as breed, size of dog, and litter size may influence the level of serum relaxin 
            • Interpretation of pregnancy should be made in consultation with your veterinarian

          Our laboratory measures relaxin by Rapid ImmunoMigration (RIM). 

          Health information is health power.

          $155.00
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          Breeding Tracker - Dog
          Breeding Tracker - Dog

          Breeding Tracker - Dog

          Test your dog’s optimal breeding time at home.

          Determining your dog’s optimal breeding time has always been a hassle: trips to vet, expensive tests, inconclusive results, repeat. We’re here to change that.

          We provide blood progesterone testing in the comfort of your home. Progesterone levels are used to: 

          • Plan the best time for mating
          • Determining time of whelping
          • Identifying causes of infertility such as anovular cycles and silent heats with normal ovulation
          • Assessing whether your dog has sufficient progesterone levels to maintain a healthy pregnancy


          Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

          The type of progesterone test you use is important when making breeding decisions for your dog. Our laboratory provides you and your veterinarian with quantitative progesterone concentrations by chemiluminescence, not ELISA, to better calculate ideal breeding times. 

          Health information is health power.

          $120.00
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          Medication Tracker - Dog
          Medication Tracker - Dog

          Medication Tracker - Dog

          Monitoring your pet for medication side effects just got easier. 

          Millions of dogs and cats are given daily medications to treat arthritis, pain, allergies, GI conditions, and thyroid, heart, kidney and liver disease. That puts millions of pets at risk for serious side effects.

          Most drug side effects are detected too late.

          Pets on long-term medications should be closely monitored. When treatment side effects are identified early, drug doses can be adjusted or alternative treatments pursued, avoiding serious harm or irreversible injury. 

          We make monitoring affordable and easy.

          Monitoring your pet for drug side effects can be inconvenient and expensive. Trips to the vet. Exam fees. And never getting copies of your pet’s results. That’s why we created our Medication Tracker blood test panels. One of our owners, Dr. Ernie Ward, literally developed the long-term medication guidelines used by veterinarians around the world for over 20 years. We selected a comprehensive and affordable test panel that screens for the major drug side effects seen in dogs and cats.

          Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

          Our Medication Tracker test panel is designed for dogs treated with long term:

          • NSAIDs or Arthritis medications
          • Allergy drugs
          • Heart medications
          • Kidney or Liver disease drugs
          • Blood pressure medications
          • Cancer treatments
          • Herbal or homeopathic treatments
          • Chronic or long term Nutritional Supplements or Nutraceuticals
          • Any drug or treatment used for more than 90 consecutive days

          Our Medication Tracker includes:

          • Blood chemistries
            • Kidney function (BUN, Creatinine, urinalysis)
            • Liver function (ALP, ALT, AST, GGT, Bilirubin)
            • Blood sugar (Glucose)
            • Electrolytes and Fluid Balance (Sodium, Potassium, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride, Anion Gap, Carbon Dioxide)
            • Proteins (Albumin, Globulin, Total Protein)
            • Calcium, Phosphorus
            • Cholesterol, Triglycerides
          • CBC
            • Hemogram (RBC, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, RBC morphology)
            • White Blood Cells (WBC % and Counts, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils)
            • Platelets, Reticulocytes
          • All Samples Reviewed by a Veterinary Lab Technician and then a Veterinary Pathologist if Abnormal Findings

            Looking for Thyroid Medication Monitoring Tests? Click here

            Looking for Seizure Medication Monitoring Tests? Click here

            Looking for Diabetes Medication or Insulin Monitoring Tests? Click here

           


          Protect your pet by monitoring its health. 

          $120.00
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          All Dog In-Home Tests

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          Total Health Assessment 50 Tests - Dog
          Total Health Assessment 50 Tests - Dog

          Total Health Assessment 50 Tests - Dog

          $185.00
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          Basic Health Assessment - Dog
          Basic Health Assessment - Dog

          Basic Health Assessment - Dog

          $145.00
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          Value Vitals Blood Tests - Dog
          Value Vitals Blood Tests - Dog

          Value Vitals Blood Tests - Dog

          $120.00
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          Desert Dog Panel
          Desert Dog Panel

          Desert Dog Panel

          $235.00
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          Valley Fever Screen
          Valley Fever Screen

          Valley Fever Screen

          $130.00
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          Pre-anesthetic Plus Health Tracker - Dog
          Pre-anesthetic Plus Health Tracker - Dog

          Pre-anesthetic Plus Health Tracker - Dog

          $120.00
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          Kidney Disease Tracker - Dog
          Kidney Disease Tracker - Dog

          Kidney Disease Tracker - Dog

          $105.00
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          Medication Tracker - Dog
          Medication Tracker - Dog

          Medication Tracker - Dog

          $120.00
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          Diabetes Tracker - Dog
          Diabetes Tracker - Dog

          Diabetes Tracker - Dog

          $105.00
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          Seizure Tracker - Dog
          Seizure Tracker - Dog

          Seizure Tracker - Dog

          $110.00
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          Vaccine Titer Tracker - Dog
          Vaccine Titer Tracker - Dog

          Vaccine Titer Tracker - Dog

          $140.00
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          Pancreas Tracker - Dog
          Pancreas Tracker - Dog

          Pancreas Tracker - Dog

          $195.00
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          Pregnancy Tracker - Dog
          Pregnancy Tracker - Dog

          Pregnancy Tracker - Dog

          $155.00
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          Breeding Tracker - Dog
          Breeding Tracker - Dog

          Breeding Tracker - Dog

          $120.00
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          Thyroid Disease Tracker - Dog
          Thyroid Disease Tracker - Dog

          Thyroid Disease Tracker - Dog

          $120.00
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          Kidney Screening and Monitoring - Urine Protein Creatinine Ratio (UPC) - Add-on Urine Test - Dog
          Kidney Screening and Monitoring - Urine Protein Creatinine Ratio (UPC) - Add-on Urine Test - Dog
          Kidney Screening and Monitoring - Urine Protein Creatinine Ratio (UPC) - Add-on Urine Test - Dog

          Kidney Screening and Monitoring - Urine Protein Creatinine Ratio (UPC) - Add-on Urine Test - Dog

          $45.00
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          Total Kidney Disease Detection Urinalysis - 11 Tests - Add-on Urine Tests - Dog
          Total Kidney Disease Detection Urinalysis - 11 Tests - Add-on Urine Tests - Dog

          Total Kidney Disease Detection Urinalysis - 11 Tests - Add-on Urine Tests - Dog

          $60.00
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          Basic Fecal Tests - Add-on - Dog
          Basic Fecal Tests - Add-on - Dog

          Basic Fecal Tests - Add-on - Dog

          $20.00
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          Total Fecal Tests Plus Giardia - Add-on - Dog
          Total Fecal Tests Plus Giardia - Add-on - Dog

          Total Fecal Tests Plus Giardia - Add-on - Dog

          $35.00
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          Tests for Cats - In-Home Appointments (select areas)

          Our Most Popular Cat Tests

          Compare with your vet's Senior Pet Blood Tests, Wellness or Annual tests, CBC/Chem, Pre-anesthesia, etc.
          Click to learn more or add to cart

          Total Health Assessment 50 Tests - Cat
          Total Health Assessment 50 Tests - Cat

          Total Health Assessment 50 Tests - Cat

          Get to know your cat's health from the inside.

          Your cat's best health begins by understanding how its body is working. Our Total Health Assessment is our most comprehensive all ages disease detection and organ analysis panel, including the cutting-edge chronic kidney disease test, SDMA.

          Your cat will have over 50 essential tests to identify hidden diseases and determine its current health status: 25 tests to evaluate liver, kidneys, thyroid, and more along with 21 tests on red and white blood cells, chronic kidney disease (CKD) early-detection test SDMA, and intestinal parasite exam. Compare with your vet's annual feline blood tests, senior wellness panels, and more (see below for details).  

          Includes SDMA - the New Gold Standard in Early Feline Kidney Disease Detection 1  

          Our Kidney Disease Tracker includes SDMA, a newer, more sensitive renal function biomarker that provides additional information when used with our other tests, especially serum creatinine. If you have a cat over age 9 or a pet diagnosed with kidney disease, contact us to order this comprehensive test panel.

          Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

          • Kidney Disease Early Detection (SDMA - Symmetric dimethylarginine)
          • Blood chemistries
            • Kidney function (BUN, Creatinine, urinalysis)
            • Liver function (ALP, ALT, AST, GGT, Bilirubin)
            • Thyroid hormone (T4)
            • Blood sugar (Glucose)
            • 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
          • Intestinal Parasite Exam (Fecal tests)

            All Samples Reviewed by a Veterinary Lab Technician and then a Veterinary Pathologist if Abnormal Findings

           

          While our test panel may be more comprehensive than most veterinary clinics offer, you may compare our Total Health Assessment 50 Tests with:

            • CBC with Chemistries, CBC/Chem 24, 25, or 27
            • Complete or Comprehensive Blood Panel
            • Senior or Geriatric Panel
            • Wellness Testing

          Plus Early Kidney Disease Screening and your cat's annual fecal tests! 

           

            Add a Complete Urinalysis (UA) for only $30!

            If you’d like to add a complete urine test panel, select it from the drop-down menu. We'll leave a collection kit with everything you need when we visit! Simply replace your kitty’s litter with our special granules, pour the urine in the provided vial, and mail the package back within 7 days! 

            Total Health Assessment Feline Urinalysis includes: 
            • Urine specific gravity (USpG)
            • Urine pH  
            • Bilirubin
            • Urobilinogen
            • Protein
            • Glucose
            • Ketones
            • Blood (Hemoglobin) and Myoglobin
            • Microscopic Exam (red and white blood cells, bacteria, crystals, casts, and more)

            Discover your pet’s potential for a longer, healthier, and happier life.

            1 - IRIS Staging of CKD (2019 Guidelines)

            $185.00
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            Basic Health Assessment - Cat
            Basic Health Assessment - Cat

            Basic Health Assessment - Cat

            A great place to start understanding your cat’s health.

            Your cat will have some of the most common adult and senior blood and fecal screening tests to identify hidden diseases and determine its current health status: liver, kidneys, and more along with basic tests on red and white blood cells, and an intestinal parasite exam. Compare with your vet's annual feline blood tests, senior wellness panels, and more (see below for details). 

            Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

            Your cat's best health begins by understanding how its body is working. Our Basic Health Assessment is our most affordable disease detection and organ analysis panel.

            • Blood chemistries
              • Kidney function (BUN, Creatinine, Urinalysis)
              • Liver function (ALP, ALT, AST)
              • Blood sugar (Glucose)
              • Electrolytes and Fluid Balance (Sodium, Potassium, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride, Anion Gap, Carbon Dioxide)
              • Proteins (Albumin, Globulin, Total Protein)
            • CBC (Complete Blood Cell Count)
              • Hemogram (RBC, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, RBC morphology)
              • White Blood Cells (WBC % and Counts, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils)
              • Platelets, Reticulocytes
            • Intestinal Parasite Exam (Fecal tests)

             

            While our test panel may be more comprehensive than most veterinary clinics offer, you may compare our Basic Health Assessment with:

              • CBC with Chemistries, CBC/Chem 10, 14, 16
              • Complete or Comprehensive Blood Panel
              • Senior or Geriatric Panel
              • Wellness Testing

            Plus your cat's annual fecal tests!

             

              Add a Complete Urinalysis (UA) for only $30!

              Adding a complete urine test panel to any in-home blood testing visit will provide the most comprehensive assessment of kidney and bladder health. When we visit your kitty, we'll leave a collection kit with everything you need. Simply replace your kitty’s litter with our special granules, pour the urine in the provided vial, and mail the package back within 7 days! 

              Basic Health Assessment Feline Urinalysis includes: 
              • Urine specific gravity (USpG)
              • Urine pH  
              • Bilirubin
              • Urobilinogen
              • Protein
              • Glucose
              • Ketones
              • Blood (Hemoglobin) and Myoglobin
              • Microscopic Exam (red and white blood cells, bacteria, crystals, casts, and more)

              Discover your pet’s potential for a longer, healthier, and happier life.

              $145.00
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              Value Vitals Blood Tests - Cat
              Value Vitals Blood Tests - Cat

              Value Vitals Blood Tests - Cat

              Basic blood tests at our lowest price.

              If your cat only needs the minimum blood tests of CBC and basic chemistry panels, we've got you covered. Our veterinarians have teamed up with our labs to offer you the most affordable minimum blood tests from the comfort of your home. These basic blood tests screen kidney and liver function, signs of anemia or infection, and electrolytes. 

              Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

              Our Value Vitals Blood Test Panel includes:

              • Chemistry Profile
                • Kidney function (BUN, Creatinine)
                • Liver function (ALP, ALT, AST)
                • Blood sugar (Glucose)
                • Proteins (Albumin, Globulin, Total Protein)
                • Electrolytes and Fluid Balance
                  • Sodium, Potassium, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride, Anion Gap, Carbon Dioxide
              • CBC
                • Hemogram (RBC, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, RBC morphology)
                • White Blood Cells (WBC % and Counts, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils)
                • Platelets, Reticulocytes


              Health information is health power.

               

              $120.00
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              Kidney Disease Tracker - Cat
              Kidney Disease Tracker - Cat

              Kidney Disease Tracker - Cat

              Up to 80% of older cats have chronic kidney disease (CKD). 1  

              The biggest risk factor is not knowing.
              The next biggest risk is not monitoring.

              We help you do both.

              One of the leading causes of premature death and suffering in dogs and cats is kidney disease. As pets age, their risk of CKD escalates. If kidney problems are detected early, simple dietary and lifestyle interventions can prevent or slow the development of CKD.2     

              Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

              Our Kidney Disease Tracker test panel is carefully designed by our team of veterinarians and experts to precisely target and track your dog or cat’s kidney function. These tests are used to uncover hidden kidney disease and monitor for changes in pets diagnosed with CKD. 

              SDMA - The New Gold Standard in Early Kidney Disease Detection

              Our Kidney Disease Tracker includes SDMA, a newer, more sensitive renal function biomarker that provides additional information when used with our other tests, especially serum creatinine. 3 If you have an older dog or cat or a pet diagnosed with kidney disease, contact us for this comprehensive diagnosis and monitoring test panel.

              Our Kidney Disease Tracker includes:

              • Kidney Disease Early Detection and Monitoring (SDMA - Symmetric dimethylarginine)
              • Blood chemistries
                • Kidney function (BUN, Creatinine, Urinalysis)
                • Liver function (ALP, ALT, AST)
                • Blood sugar (Glucose)
                • Electrolytes and Fluid Balance (Sodium, Potassium, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride, Anion Gap, Carbon Dioxide)
                • Proteins (Albumin, Globulin, Total Protein)
              • CBC
                • Hemogram (RBC, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, RBC morphology)
                • White Blood Cells (WBC % and Counts, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils)
                • Platelets, Reticulocytes


              Health information is health power.

               

              1 - IRIS - International Renal Interest Society (2019)

              2 - Polzin et al. Textbook of Veterinary Internal Medicine 6th ed.

              3 - IRIS - Utility of Creatinine, UPC, and SDMA in the Early Diagnosis of CKD in dogs and cats (updated 2019)


              $105.00
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              Diabetes Tracker - Cat
              Diabetes Tracker - Cat

              Diabetes Tracker - Cat

              Monitoring your pet’s diabetes just got easier.

              Treating feline diabetes can be a challenge. Injections and blood tests can be expensive, time consuming, and stressful for you and your cat. Because of these difficulties, few diabetic cats receive the treatment and follow up care they desperately need. We’re committed to making your cat's routine blood monitoring more affordable and convenient with our Diabetes Tracker test panel.    

              Our Diabetes Disease Tracker test panels are carefully designed by our team of veterinarians and experts to precisely target and track your cat’s blood sugar levels over an extended period of time. These tests are more convenient and give a better assessment of your pet's glycemic control without the interference of stress hyperglycemia, anemia, and other conditions. 

              Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

              Select your cat's diabetes test above:

              Fructosamine Diabetes Tracker
              Fructosamine is a common blood test that measures your dog or cat’s approximate blood glucose values the previous 14 to 21 days. This is currently the most widely used and accepted clinical blood glucose monitoring test. Most diabetic cats should have their fructosamine levels performed every one to two months to ensure proper insulin dosage and glycemic control.  

              a1C - 90-day Diabetes Tracker
              This test provides you with an assessment of your pet’s glucose control for the past 70 days in cats and 110 days in dogs. For most diabetic pets, testing a1C every 3 months is the most precise way to know if the insulin dosage is appropriate and if blood glucose is remaining safe. Ask your veterinarian if a1C testing is appropriate for your pet's diabetic monitoring. 

              This test is also an excellent early detection panel for cats genetically predisposed to diabetes such as Burmese and Siamese cats.


              Health information is health power.

              $105.00
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              Pre-anesthetic Plus Health Tracker - Cat
              Pre-anesthetic Plus Health Tracker - Cat

              Pre-anesthetic Plus Health Tracker - Cat

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

              If your 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 cat, including 16 biomarkers and chemistries to evaluate organ function.

              Bottom line: You need to detect any hidden diseases before your cat undergoes anesthesia by performing pre-anesthetic tests.

              Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

              Our Pre-anesthetic Plus Health Tracker includes:

              • Chemistry Profile
                • Kidney function (BUN, Creatinine)
                • Liver function (ALP, ALT, AST, GGT, Bilirubin)
                • Blood sugar (Glucose)
                • Proteins (Albumin, Globulin, Total Protein)
                • Calcium, Phosphorus
                • Cholesterol, Triglycerides
                • Electrolytes and Fluid Balance
                  • Sodium, Potassium, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride, Anion Gap, Carbon Dioxide
              • CBC
                • Hemogram (RBC, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, RBC morphology)
                • White Blood Cells (WBC % and Counts, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils)
                • Platelets, Reticulocytes

              Health information is health power.


              1 - IRIS Staging of CKD (2019 Guidelines)

              2 - The prevalence and classification of chronic kidney disease in cats randomly selected within four age groups and in cats recruited for degenerative joint disease studies

              3 - Renal Dysfunction in Small Animals

              $120.00
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              Thyroid Disease Tracker - Cat
              Thyroid Disease Tracker - Cat

              Thyroid Disease Tracker - Cat

              Thyroid disease is the most common endocrine disease in cats. 1  

              We make early diagnosis and monitoring easier than ever. 

              Feline hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid gland) is now the most common endocrinopathy seen in cats. Veterinarians worry many dogs and cats are not diagnosed or are identified too late to avoid permanent organ damage. Pets undergoing thyroid treatment often lack adequate monitoring tests, leading to poor thyroid medication regulation and premature death or complications. 

              We want to change that by offering more affordable, convenient testing and monitoring.  

              Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

              Our Thyroid Disease Tracker test panels are carefully designed by our team of veterinarians and experts to detect disease as early as possible and to precisely track your cat’s thyroid function during treatment. 

              For cats being treated for hyperthyroidism, our Feline Thyroid Treatment Tracker includes:

                • Total T4 (total thyroxine hormone) - the most common thyroid function test
                • Free T4 (free T4 by equilibrium dialysis  or FT4d) - a more precise measurement of T4
                • Total T3 (total triiodothyronine) - another common thyroid function test

              To diagnose cats with hyperthyroidism or for monitoring complex cases, our Feline Thyroid Diagnostic Tracker includes:

                • Total T4 (total thyroxine hormone) - the most common thyroid function test
                • Free T4 (free T4 by equilibrium dialysis  or FT4d) - a more precise measurement of T4
                • Total T3 (total triiodothyronine) - another common thyroid function test
                • TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone or thyrotropin) - pituitary hormone that stimulates the thyroid gland to produce thyroxine and triiodothyronine

              Health information is health power.


              1 - Update: Thyroid Disorders - Michigan Veterinary Medical Association 

              $120.00
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              Cat Disease Diagnosis and Monitoring Tests

              These panels are custom designed by our veterinarians to diagnose or monitor the most common and preventable diseases and medical conditions.
              Click to learn more or add to cart

              Kidney Disease Tracker - Cat
              Kidney Disease Tracker - Cat

              Kidney Disease Tracker - Cat

              Up to 80% of older cats have chronic kidney disease (CKD). 1  

              The biggest risk factor is not knowing.
              The next biggest risk is not monitoring.

              We help you do both.

              One of the leading causes of premature death and suffering in dogs and cats is kidney disease. As pets age, their risk of CKD escalates. If kidney problems are detected early, simple dietary and lifestyle interventions can prevent or slow the development of CKD.2     

              Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

              Our Kidney Disease Tracker test panel is carefully designed by our team of veterinarians and experts to precisely target and track your dog or cat’s kidney function. These tests are used to uncover hidden kidney disease and monitor for changes in pets diagnosed with CKD. 

              SDMA - The New Gold Standard in Early Kidney Disease Detection

              Our Kidney Disease Tracker includes SDMA, a newer, more sensitive renal function biomarker that provides additional information when used with our other tests, especially serum creatinine. 3 If you have an older dog or cat or a pet diagnosed with kidney disease, contact us for this comprehensive diagnosis and monitoring test panel.

              Our Kidney Disease Tracker includes:

              • Kidney Disease Early Detection and Monitoring (SDMA - Symmetric dimethylarginine)
              • Blood chemistries
                • Kidney function (BUN, Creatinine, Urinalysis)
                • Liver function (ALP, ALT, AST)
                • Blood sugar (Glucose)
                • Electrolytes and Fluid Balance (Sodium, Potassium, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride, Anion Gap, Carbon Dioxide)
                • Proteins (Albumin, Globulin, Total Protein)
              • CBC
                • Hemogram (RBC, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, RBC morphology)
                • White Blood Cells (WBC % and Counts, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils)
                • Platelets, Reticulocytes


              Health information is health power.

               

              1 - IRIS - International Renal Interest Society (2019)

              2 - Polzin et al. Textbook of Veterinary Internal Medicine 6th ed.

              3 - IRIS - Utility of Creatinine, UPC, and SDMA in the Early Diagnosis of CKD in dogs and cats (updated 2019)


              $105.00
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              Diabetes Tracker - Cat
              Diabetes Tracker - Cat

              Diabetes Tracker - Cat

              Monitoring your pet’s diabetes just got easier.

              Treating feline diabetes can be a challenge. Injections and blood tests can be expensive, time consuming, and stressful for you and your cat. Because of these difficulties, few diabetic cats receive the treatment and follow up care they desperately need. We’re committed to making your cat's routine blood monitoring more affordable and convenient with our Diabetes Tracker test panel.    

              Our Diabetes Disease Tracker test panels are carefully designed by our team of veterinarians and experts to precisely target and track your cat’s blood sugar levels over an extended period of time. These tests are more convenient and give a better assessment of your pet's glycemic control without the interference of stress hyperglycemia, anemia, and other conditions. 

              Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

              Select your cat's diabetes test above:

              Fructosamine Diabetes Tracker
              Fructosamine is a common blood test that measures your dog or cat’s approximate blood glucose values the previous 14 to 21 days. This is currently the most widely used and accepted clinical blood glucose monitoring test. Most diabetic cats should have their fructosamine levels performed every one to two months to ensure proper insulin dosage and glycemic control.  

              a1C - 90-day Diabetes Tracker
              This test provides you with an assessment of your pet’s glucose control for the past 70 days in cats and 110 days in dogs. For most diabetic pets, testing a1C every 3 months is the most precise way to know if the insulin dosage is appropriate and if blood glucose is remaining safe. Ask your veterinarian if a1C testing is appropriate for your pet's diabetic monitoring. 

              This test is also an excellent early detection panel for cats genetically predisposed to diabetes such as Burmese and Siamese cats.


              Health information is health power.

              $105.00
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              Thyroid Disease Tracker - Cat
              Thyroid Disease Tracker - Cat

              Thyroid Disease Tracker - Cat

              Thyroid disease is the most common endocrine disease in cats. 1  

              We make early diagnosis and monitoring easier than ever. 

              Feline hyperthyroidism (overactive thyroid gland) is now the most common endocrinopathy seen in cats. Veterinarians worry many dogs and cats are not diagnosed or are identified too late to avoid permanent organ damage. Pets undergoing thyroid treatment often lack adequate monitoring tests, leading to poor thyroid medication regulation and premature death or complications. 

              We want to change that by offering more affordable, convenient testing and monitoring.  

              Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

              Our Thyroid Disease Tracker test panels are carefully designed by our team of veterinarians and experts to detect disease as early as possible and to precisely track your cat’s thyroid function during treatment. 

              For cats being treated for hyperthyroidism, our Feline Thyroid Treatment Tracker includes:

                • Total T4 (total thyroxine hormone) - the most common thyroid function test
                • Free T4 (free T4 by equilibrium dialysis  or FT4d) - a more precise measurement of T4
                • Total T3 (total triiodothyronine) - another common thyroid function test

              To diagnose cats with hyperthyroidism or for monitoring complex cases, our Feline Thyroid Diagnostic Tracker includes:

                • Total T4 (total thyroxine hormone) - the most common thyroid function test
                • Free T4 (free T4 by equilibrium dialysis  or FT4d) - a more precise measurement of T4
                • Total T3 (total triiodothyronine) - another common thyroid function test
                • TSH (thyroid-stimulating hormone or thyrotropin) - pituitary hormone that stimulates the thyroid gland to produce thyroxine and triiodothyronine

              Health information is health power.


              1 - Update: Thyroid Disorders - Michigan Veterinary Medical Association 

              $120.00
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              Medication Tracker - Cat
              Medication Tracker - Cat

              Medication Tracker - Cat

              Monitoring your pet for medication side effects just got easier. 

              Millions of dogs and cats are given daily medications to treat arthritis, pain, allergies, GI conditions, and thyroid, high blood pressure, heart, kidney and liver disease. That puts millions of pets at risk for serious side effects.

              Most drug side effects are detected too late.

              Pets on long-term medications should be closely monitored. When treatment side effects are identified early, drug doses can be adjusted or alternative treatments pursued, avoiding serious harm or irreversible injury. 

              We make monitoring affordable and easy.

              Monitoring your pet for drug side effects can be inconvenient and expensive. Trips to the vet. Exam fees. And never getting copies of your pet’s results. That’s why we created our Medication Tracker blood test panels. One of our owners, Dr. Ernie Ward, literally developed the long-term medication guidelines used by veterinarians around the world for over 20 years. We selected a comprehensive and affordable test panel that screens for the major drug side effects seen in dogs and cats.

              Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

              Our Medication Tracker test panel is designed for cats being treated with long term:

              • NSAIDs or Arthritis medications
              • Allergy drugs
              • Heart medications
              • Kidney or Liver disease drugs
              • Blood pressure medications
              • Cancer treatments
              • Herbal or homeopathic treatments
              • Chronic or long term Nutritional Supplements or Nutraceuticals
              • Any drug or treatment used for more than 90 consecutive days

              Our Medication Tracker panel includes:

              • Blood chemistries
                • Kidney function (BUN, Creatinine, urinalysis)
                • Liver function (ALP, ALT, AST, GGT, Bilirubin)
                • Blood sugar (Glucose)
                • Electrolytes and Fluid Balance (Sodium, Potassium, Carbon Dioxide, Chloride, Anion Gap, Carbon Dioxide)
                • Proteins (Albumin, Globulin, Total Protein)
                • Calcium, Phosphorus
                • Cholesterol, Triglycerides
              • CBC
                • Hemogram (RBC, Hematocrit, Hemoglobin, RBC morphology)
                • White Blood Cells (WBC % and Counts, Neutrophils, Lymphocytes, Monocytes, Eosinophils, Basophils)
                • Platelets, Reticulocytes
              • All Samples Reviewed by a Veterinary Lab Technician and then a Veterinary Pathologist if Abnormal Findings

              Are you looking for Thyroid Medication Monitoring tests? Click here

              Are you looking for Diabetes Medication or Insulin Monitoring tests?
              Click here


              Protect your pet by monitoring its health. 

              $120.00
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              Vaccine Titer Tracker - Cat
              Vaccine Titer Tracker - Cat

              Vaccine Titer Tracker - Cat

              Does your cat need booster vaccines?

              Many pet parents wonder if their pet needs to be revaccinated. To answer this question, you had to load your cat into a carrier, take them to the vet, have blood tests taken, and wait to see if you needed to return for vaccines. It was such a hassle most cat parents opted for the easier option of blindly boosting vaccines, regardless of whether their kitty needed them or not.

              Find out if your cat needs a booster vaccine from home.

              Studies have shown cats may have years of protection from vaccines, but the blood tests to find out if your kitty needed revaccination were inconvenient and stressful. That's why we come to your home to help you and your veterinarian determine if your cat needs booster vaccines.

              Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

              Our Basic Feline Vaccine Titer panel includes:

              • Feline Herpesvirus
              • Feline Calicivirus
              • Feline Panleukopenia Virus


                We also provide your veterinarian with assistance from Michigan State University's Veterinary Diagnostic Lab to determine if your cat’s test levels indicate to vaccinate or not. 

                These tests typically take 7 to 12 working days to complete.

                Health information is health power.

                $140.00
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                Breeding Tracker - Cat
                Breeding Tracker - Cat

                Breeding Tracker - Cat

                Test your cat’s ovulation time at home.

                Determining your cat’s optimal breeding time has always been a hassle: trips to vet, expensive tests, inconclusive results, repeat. We’re here to change that.


                We provide blood progesterone testing in the comfort of your home. Progesterone levels are used to: 

                • Plan the best time for mating
                • Determining time of whelping
                • Identifying causes of infertility such as anovular cycles and silent heats with normal ovulation

                Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

                The type of progesterone test you use is important when making breeding decisions for your cat. Our laboratory provides you and your veterinarian with quantitative progesterone concentrations by chemiluminescence, not ELISA, to better calculate ideal breeding times. 

                Health information is health power.

                $120.00
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                Pregnancy Tracker - Cat
                Pregnancy Tracker - Cat

                Pregnancy Tracker - Cat

                Pregnancy testing at home.

                Finding out if your cat is pregnant as quickly as possible is important for many reasons. Let’s face it, pregnancy testing your queen has been stressful and challenging: trips to vet, expensive tests, inconclusive results, repeat. We’re here to change that.

                We provide relaxin hormone pregnancy testing in the comfort of your home. Relaxin is secreted primarily by the placenta and is a reliable indicator of pregnancy in cats. 

                Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

                Relaxin levels: 

                  • May detect pregnancy 20 days after mating in cats
                    • Approximately 80% of pregnant felines are detected between 20 and 28 days, while some cats may not test positive until day 31
                    • Negative results should be retested at least seven days later
                  • Levels of relaxin remain elevated throughout gestation and decline quickly following queening or loss of pregnancy
                  • Factors such as breed, size of cat, and litter size may influence the level of serum relaxin 
                  • Interpretation of pregnancy should be made in consultation with your veterinarian

                Our laboratory measures relaxin by Rapid ImmunoMigration (RIM). 

                Health information is health power.

                $155.00
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                Valley Fever Screen - Cat
                Valley Fever Screen - Cat

                Valley Fever Screen - Cat

                Detect hidden fungal disease from home.

                Valley Fever is a fact of life for anyone living in Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico, Texas, and Utah. Valley Fever (Coccidioidomycosis) is a fungal disease caused by Coccidioides immitis.  

                During dry spells, the mold goes dormant in the soil, and can remain dormant for prolonged periods of time. Once it rains, the fungus grows into long filaments of mold containing infectious spores.These spores spread with wind, construction, and dust storms (Haboob). Cats are often infected when they sniff the ground and inhale the infectious organism or contact rodents carrying the fungal organism.

                Valley Fever testing made easy.

                Your veterinarian may recommend a special test to help evaluate for this condition, called a “Coccidioides Screen and Titer.” Because it is not possible to test for the organism, we measure antibodies to the Valley Fever. 

                • Valley fever (coccidioidomycosis or Coccidioides immitis)
                  • IgG and IgM screening tests and titers


                Same veterinarian-trusted lab tests.

                $130.00
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                All Cat In-Home Tests

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                Total Health Assessment 50 Tests - Cat
                Total Health Assessment 50 Tests - Cat

                Total Health Assessment 50 Tests - Cat

                $185.00
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                Basic Health Assessment - Cat
                Basic Health Assessment - Cat

                Basic Health Assessment - Cat

                $145.00
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                Value Vitals Blood Tests - Cat
                Value Vitals Blood Tests - Cat

                Value Vitals Blood Tests - Cat

                $120.00
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                Kidney Disease Tracker - Cat
                Kidney Disease Tracker - Cat

                Kidney Disease Tracker - Cat

                $105.00
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                Diabetes Tracker - Cat
                Diabetes Tracker - Cat

                Diabetes Tracker - Cat

                $105.00
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                Pre-anesthetic Plus Health Tracker - Cat
                Pre-anesthetic Plus Health Tracker - Cat

                Pre-anesthetic Plus Health Tracker - Cat

                $120.00
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                Thyroid Disease Tracker - Cat
                Thyroid Disease Tracker - Cat

                Thyroid Disease Tracker - Cat

                $120.00
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                Medication Tracker - Cat
                Medication Tracker - Cat

                Medication Tracker - Cat

                $120.00
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                Breeding Tracker - Cat
                Breeding Tracker - Cat

                Breeding Tracker - Cat

                $120.00
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                Pregnancy Tracker - Cat
                Pregnancy Tracker - Cat

                Pregnancy Tracker - Cat

                $155.00
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                Cancer Tracker - Cat
                Cancer Tracker - Cat

                Cancer Tracker - Cat

                $215.00
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                Basic Fecal Tests - Add-on - Cat
                Basic Fecal Tests - Add-on - Cat

                Basic Fecal Tests - Add-on - Cat

                $20.00
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                Complete Urinalysis with Microscopic Evaluation - Add-on - Cat
                Complete Urinalysis with Microscopic Evaluation - Add-on - Cat

                Complete Urinalysis with Microscopic Evaluation - Add-on - Cat

                $45.00
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                Total Kidney Disease Detection - 11 Tests - Add-on Urine Test - Cat
                Total Kidney Disease Detection - 11 Tests - Add-on Urine Test - Cat
                Total Kidney Disease Detection - 11 Tests - Add-on Urine Test - Cat

                Total Kidney Disease Detection - 11 Tests - Add-on Urine Test - Cat

                $60.00
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                Basic Kidney Screening and Monitoring - UPC - Add-on Urine Tests - Cat
                Basic Kidney Screening and Monitoring - UPC - Add-on Urine Tests - Cat
                Basic Kidney Screening and Monitoring - UPC - Add-on Urine Tests - Cat

                Basic Kidney Screening and Monitoring - UPC - Add-on Urine Tests - Cat

                $45.00
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                Vaccine Titer Tracker - Cat
                Vaccine Titer Tracker - Cat

                Vaccine Titer Tracker - Cat

                $140.00
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                Total Fecal Tests Plus Giardia - Add-on - Cat
                Total Fecal Tests Plus Giardia - Add-on - Cat

                Total Fecal Tests Plus Giardia - Add-on - Cat

                $35.00
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                Valley Fever Screen - Cat
                Valley Fever Screen - Cat

                Valley Fever Screen - Cat

                $130.00
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                Fecal and Urine Tests You Collect
                and Send to Us

                These are in-home test kits we send you to collect and return fecal, urine, and other diagnostic test samples.

                Available in mainland United States. 


                To learn how easy collecting your pet's test sample is, click here.

                If you need help choosing your pet's tests, click here

                Fecal and Urine Tests You Collect and Send for Dogs

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                Cat Fecal and Urine Test Kits

                To learn how to collect your dog's fecal or urine samples, click here.
                Click test to learn more or add to cart.

                Total Fecal Tests Plus Giardia - Dog
                Total Fecal Tests Plus Giardia - Dog

                Total Fecal Tests Plus Giardia - Dog

                $48.00
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                Basic Fecal Tests - Dog
                Basic Fecal Tests - Dog

                Basic Fecal Tests - Dog

                $40.00
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                Total Kidney Disease Detection - 11 Tests - Dog
                Total Kidney Disease Detection - 11 Tests - Dog

                Total Kidney Disease Detection - 11 Tests - Dog

                $85.00
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                Complete Urinalysis with Microscopic Evaluation - Dog
                Complete Urinalysis with Microscopic Evaluation - Dog

                Complete Urinalysis with Microscopic Evaluation - Dog

                $55.00
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                DoggyBiome: Gut Health Test
                DoggyBiome: Gut Health Test

                DoggyBiome: Gut Health Test

                $125.00
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                Pet Allergy Testing  Dog Complete (Food & Environmental)--In Home Test Kit--
                Pet Allergy Testing  Dog Complete (Food & Environmental)--In Home Test Kit--

                Pet Allergy Testing Dog Complete (Food & Environmental)--In Home Test Kit--

                $165.00
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                Fecal and Urine Tests You Collect and Send for Cats

                For tips on collecting your kitty's fecal or urine samples to send us, click here.
                Click test to learn more or add to cart.

                Total Fecal Tests Plus Giardia - Cat
                Total Fecal Tests Plus Giardia - Cat

                Total Fecal Tests Plus Giardia - Cat

                $48.00
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                Basic Fecal Tests - Cat
                Basic Fecal Tests - Cat

                Basic Fecal Tests - Cat

                $40.00
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                Total Kidney Disease Detection - 11 Tests - Cat
                Total Kidney Disease Detection - 11 Tests - Cat

                Total Kidney Disease Detection - 11 Tests - Cat

                $85.00
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                Complete Urinalysis with Microscopic Evaluation - Cat
                Complete Urinalysis with Microscopic Evaluation - Cat

                Complete Urinalysis with Microscopic Evaluation - Cat

                $55.00
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                KittyBiome: Gut Health Test
                KittyBiome: Gut Health Test

                KittyBiome: Gut Health Test

                $125.00
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                Pet Allergy Testing Kit Cat Complete (Food & Environmental)--In Home Test Kit--
                Pet Allergy Testing Kit Cat Complete (Food & Environmental)--In Home Test Kit--

                Pet Allergy Testing Kit Cat Complete (Food & Environmental)--In Home Test Kit--

                $165.00
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