Brucellosis Test for Dogs
Brucellosis Test for Dogs is Easy to use, Fast, Accurate, Inexpensive, and Reliable! Get peace of mind knowing that your Dog(s) are clean or get proactive with treatment if they are not!
*Please note a centrifuge is required.
Test for less when you buy the 10-count in bulk!
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Brucellosis Test for Dogs is So easy to do! You only need a small amount of serum. Interpretation of the test is very straightforward and is described in the additional tabs provided. No Analyzer needed, simple yes or no results.
No refrigeration required, AND 12-month shelf life!
- Rapid, early results. Reliable results in 8-10 minutes, you will get immediate test results.
- Easy to interpret. Simple to understand results with no complex interpretation needed,
- Super easy! No machine is required, simply draw blood, spin into serum, and place it into the test kit. And 10 minutes later you have the result!
- Now available in 1, 2, or 10 counts!
*This product is a screening tool only. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. If the result is positive please consult with your vet.
*Please note, a small amount of blood (<1mL) is required from the animal for testing, as well as a centrifuge to produce serum. A 75ul (microliter) mechanical pipettor is recommended, but not required*
Now includes blood draw needles! All you will need is a centrifuge.
What is Canine Brucellosis Test for Dogs?
Canine brucellosis is a contagious bacterial infection caused by the bacterium, Brucella canis (B. canis). This bacterial infection is highly contagious among dogs and humans. Infected dogs usually develop an infection of the reproductive system or a sexually transmitted disease.
Use as a Screening Tool Only
Not Intended to Diagnose, Treat, Cure, or Prevent Any Disease
Signs of Brucellosis?
Brucellosis in dogs typically causes reproductive problems such as infertility and abortions, with few other signs of clinical illness. The disease is most common in sexually intact adult dogs. In female dogs, brucellosis usually causes abortion between the 45th and 59th day of pregnancy. Other common reproductive symptoms include failure to conceive in an otherwise healthy dog, infertile males with abnormal semen quality, and enlarged testicles that subsequently decrease in size. Non-specific symptoms for both sexes include lethargy (decrease in activity, depression), loss of libido, premature aging, and generalized lymph node enlargement. Pups infected prior to whelping may be born weak or appear normal and later develop brucellosis”
How to Use.
1st Step: Centrifuge whole blood sample to collect serum or plasma for use. Only a few microliters are required
2nd Step: Remove the test strip from the foil pouch and place it horizontally.
3rd Step: Place 1 drop of serum into the sample hole “S” and immediately add 1 drop of assay buffer.
4th Step: Interpret the result in 5-10 minutes. Results after 10 minutes are considered invalid and inconclusive
INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS
Positive: The presence of both C band and T band, no matter T band is clear or vague.
Negative: Only a clear C band appears.
Invalid: No colored band appears in the C zone, no matter whether the T band appears.
I offer stud service. These tests are easy to use and I have the peace of mind knowing that my boys are negative and visiting girls are negative,
Super easy to purchase, arrived quickly, easy instructions, worked great and loved being able to test at home! Will purchase again!
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This test was very easy to use and quick results.