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All tests meet or exceed vet, boarding, kennel, daycare, & grooming fecal test requirements.


Level 1 – Entry Level

$29.99 Test Kit + $50 Lab Fee

Screens for Worms. USE FOR YOUR DOG’S YEARLY FECAL TEST.


Level 2 – Best Value

$34.99 Test Kit + $65 Lab Fee

Screens for Giardia and Worms. USE FOR ABNORMAL STOOLS OR YOUR DOG’S YEARLY FECAL TEST. Tests for initial or occasional changes in stool appearance and for stool accidents. Giardia is a common cause of diarrhea.


Level 3 – Top Level

$39.99 Test Kit + $180 Lab Fee

Screens for Microbes, Giardia and Worms. USE FOR ABNORMAL STOOLS AND RAW FED DOGS. Comprehensive testing for frequent or ongoing problems such as diarrhea, bloody stools, vomiting, changes in appetite, weight loss, scooting, stool accidents, or low energy.

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  • Worms

    roundworm, hookworm, tapeworm, and whipworm eggs, + coccidia

  • Giardia

    common cause of soft stools and diarrhea

  • Microbes

    disease-causing bacteria, viruses, protozoa found in dog intestines

  • Lab Fee

    for test activation, sample processing, and reports that can be shared with vet

  • $50
  • $180

Normal Stool

Veterinarians recommend stool testing 1 to 2 times a year for healthy dogs and up to 4x for puppies.

Use Level 1 or 2

Seek veterinary attention immediately if your pet is acting sick.

Abnormal Stool

Veterinarians recommend stool testing right away for abnormal stools (soft, loose, bloody, etc.)

Use Level 2 or 3

Seek veterinary attention immediately if your pet is acting sick.

141,166 Dogs Tested Positive for Roundworm in 2019

Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC)

238,947 Dogs Tested Positive for Hookworm in 2019

Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC)

49,534 Dogs Tested Positive for Whipworm in 2019

Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC)

667,005 Dogs Tested Positive for Giardia in 2019

Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC)

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