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Healvet 3000 Parvovirus Kit (10 ct)
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Healvet 3000 Parvovirus Kit (10 ct)

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Canine Parvovirus Antigen (CPV Ag) Rapid Quantitative Test

Take charge of your breeding program and screen for Parvovirus Canine Parvovirus antigen (CPV Ag) Rapid Quantitative Test proactively with the Healvet 3000!


The Healvet canine parvovirus antigen Rapid Quantitative Test is a fluorescence immunoassay used along with Healvet FIA 3000 for quantitative determination of CPV Ag concentration in canine feces. For in vitro diagnostic use only. For professional use only.

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For use with Healvet 3000 Analyzer 


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 Why screen for parvovirus?

Breeders should test for Parvovirus (Parvo) in their dogs for several important reasons:

  • Early Detection: Parvo is a highly contagious viral infection that primarily affects puppies and unvaccinated dogs. Testing for Parvo allows breeders to detect the virus early, even before symptoms appear. Early detection enables prompt intervention, reducing the risk of severe illness and improving treatment outcomes.
  • Preventing Outbreaks: Parvo can spread rapidly among dogs in close proximity, such as in a breeding facility. Testing for Parvo helps breeders identify infected dogs and take immediate measures to prevent further spread, including isolation and disinfection protocols. Preventing outbreaks is crucial to protect the health and well-being of all dogs within the breeding program.
  • Protecting Puppies: Puppies are particularly vulnerable to Parvo, and the infection can be life-threatening. Testing pregnant dogs for Parvo can help ensure they are not carrying the virus, reducing the risk of exposing newborn puppies to the infection. Additionally, testing puppies before they leave the breeding facility can help provide peace of mind to new owners and protect them from unknowingly bringing home an infected puppy.
  • Maintaining Reputation and Trust: Responsible breeders prioritize the health and well-being of their dogs. Testing for Parvo demonstrates a commitment to the health and welfare of the animals in their care. By proactively testing for Parvo, breeders can establish trust with potential buyers and maintain a positive reputation within the breeding community.

    Regular and systematic testing for Parvo is an essential component of a comprehensive health management program for breeding dogs. It helps breeders ensure the overall health of their dogs, prevent outbreaks, protect vulnerable puppies, and maintain their reputation as responsible breeders.

    How to Use:

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    Reference Range:

    Detection range and reference value of canine parvovirus (CPV) Ag:

    1. Detection range: 16-8000 ng/mL

    2. Reference:

      • Signification <60 ng/mL: Normal
      • Signification 60-300 ng/mL: Suspected canine parvovirus
      • Signification >300 ng/mL: Contracted canine parvovirus

    Note: Each laboratory should establish a reference range representative of the population being evaluated. Diagnosis should be made in conjunction with other clinical symptoms and tests.

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