Canine CRP Test
The Finecare Vet is more than a Progesterone machine, now test CRP (with other tests on the way) on the Finecare, same great reliable results, same unbeatable price!
Testing CRP on the Finecare is easy, utilizing the exact same procedure as the progesterone tests. Add CRP to your Finecare testing and save.
For use with Finecare Vet Analyzer.
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Please note this test is intended as a screening device, if results appear out of range please consult with your vet.
Why you need to be testing CRP...
Dog breeders should test for CRP (C-reactive protein) in their dogs for several reasons:
Health Monitoring: CRP is an acute-phase protein that increases in response to inflammation or infection in the body. By testing CRP levels, breeders can monitor the overall health and well-being of their dogs. Elevated CRP levels may indicate the presence of an underlying health condition that requires attention.
Early Detection of Health Issues: Testing CRP can help identify potential health issues in dogs at an early stage. This allows breeders to take proactive measures to address the problem promptly, which can improve the chances of successful treatment and recovery.
Breeding Selection: By testing CRP levels, breeders can gain insights into the inflammatory status of their dogs. This information can be valuable for making informed breeding decisions, such as avoiding breeding dogs with chronic or recurring inflammation that may be passed on to offspring.
Genetic Health Screening: Some breeds are prone to certain inflammatory or autoimmune conditions. Testing CRP can help breeders identify dogs with a higher risk for these conditions and make informed decisions regarding breeding to reduce the likelihood of passing on such health issues to future generations.
Overall Breeding Program Improvement: Incorporating CRP testing into a breeding program can contribute to the overall improvement of the breed's health. By monitoring and addressing inflammatory issues, breeders can work towards producing healthier offspring and reduce the incidence of inflammatory conditions within their breeding lines.
It is important to note that CRP testing should be used in conjunction with other clinical evaluations and diagnostic tests to provide a comprehensive assessment of a dog's health. Breeders should consult with veterinarians or veterinary specialists to understand the appropriate use and interpretation of CRP test results in their specific breeding programs.
It now comes with the Canine P4 Certified reading chart (we made the progesterone chart), so you can be confident in your results.
*Only available to U.S customers.