Pet animal test kits: take care of your beloved companion animal carefully as they may also suffer from disease and infections like us humans. Cats and dogs are the most popular pets now, which have become part of life and community. Ringbio cares for them just as much as you do. After years of hard work, we have developed a series of pet animal test kits for pet owners and veterinary clinics. These tests can be easily carried out at home or in a laboratory. The result is accurate and the cost is affordable.
|C11281||Canine Parvovirus (CPV) Antigen Test Card||20 Tests/box|
|C11291||Canine Distemper Virus (CDV) Antigen Test Card||20 Tests/box|
|C11371||Canine Coronavirus (CCoV) Antigen Test Card||20 Tests/box|
|C11421||Canine Adenovirus 2 (CAV) Antigen Test Card||20 Tests/box|
|C11431||Canine Pancreatitis Test Card||20 Tests/box|
|C11441||Canine Progesterone Test Card||20 Tests/box|
|C11311||Canine C Creative Protein (CRP) Test Card||20 Tests/box|
** more products will be released soon.
What are these diseases and how they will impact your pets
Canine parvovirus (CPV)
CPV is a highly contagious viral disease of dogs that commonly causes acute gastrointestinal illness in puppies. The disease most often strikes in pups between six and 20 weeks old, but older animals are sometimes also affected. A rare variant of the disease that may be seen in very young (neonatal) puppies is myocarditis (an inflammation of the heart muscle).
Canine distemper virus (CDV)
CDV is highly contagious and commonly travels between hosts through the aerosols emitted when dogs bark and cough and through urine and feces. The disease starts with respiratory symptoms, such as coughing and pneumonia, and progresses into gastrointestinal illness and neurological problems. Most dogs in the United States receive vaccines for CDV to protect against native North American strains.
Canine coronavirus (CCV)
CCV or CCoV is an enveloped, positive-sense, single-stranded RNA virus which is a member of the species Alphacoronavirus 1. It causes a highly contagious intestinal disease worldwide in dogs.
Testing technologies for these diseases
|Technology||Principle||PROs or CONs|
|Serological test or immunochemical tests||antigen-antibody reaction||Sensitive & accurate,
Low cost, can be used in labs or home
|Molecular tests||DNA or RNA analysis||Sensitive & accurate
High cost, only in the lab testing
|Other tests||Cell culture or another traditional testing||not used too often|
How to maintain good health condition for your pets
Well, it is relatively easy to keep your pet at good health status as long as following the 7 points below which is adapted from the American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF) website.
- Keep your pet at a healthy weight.
- Exercise your pet.
- Feed your pet a balanced, nutritious diet.
- Have your veterinarian examine your pet at least once a year to make sure your pet is healthy and to help detect problems earlier.
- Vaccinate your pet against potentially deadly diseases such as distemper, parvo, panleukopenia and rabies.
- Keep your pet free of parasites (fleas and ticks, heartworm, etc.) – consult your veterinarian for the best product for your pet.
- Spay or neuter your pet.
- Companion animal psychology, https://www.companionanimalpsychology.com/
- US USDA website, what is companion animal, https://www.rd.usda.gov/files/Companion%20Animals.pdf
- Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC), https://capcvet.org/about-capc/
Other useful resources
- Cornell University, Bark Institute for Animal Health, https://www.vet.cornell.edu/departments-centers-and-institutes/baker-institute