Pet Poisoning Tests

We can now test water or food for antifreeze (ethylene glycol).  If you think your pet was poisoned with antifreeze and you still have some of the food or water, send it to us. We need 20 ml of liquid or 2 tablespoons of food for testing.  Seal the sample so it won’t leak and send to us for testing.  $100

Did you find an empty food can or partially eaten food?  If so, we can test it for a variety of chemicals and poisons like weed killers, pesticides, solvents, antifreeze, and food additives. To test leftover food for chemicals and poisons we’ll need 60ml or about 1/4 cup.  Results are ready 8-10 business days after we receive your sample.  Your confidential report can be mailed or emailed as a downloadable PDF. $485

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Do you think someone put something in your pet’s water? If so, we can test it for a variety of chemicals and poisons like weed killers, pesticides, solvents, antifreeze, and food additives.  We need 15ml or at least a tablespoon for the test. Results are ready 8-10 business days after we receive your sample.  Your confidential report can be mailed or emailed as a downloadable PDF. $350

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Was your pet diagnosed with food poisoning from a bacteria like Salmonella or E.coli?  We can test the food you suspect may have been the cause.  We need 1/4 c or 60g for the test.  Your results will be ready 8-10 business days after we receive the sample.  They can be sent to you by mail or emailed as a downloadable PDF. $235

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Don’t have any of the food or water left?  We can now test your pet’s hair for all the same substances we can test human hair for.  Chemicals, poisons, or drugs.  We’ll send you a collection kit with complete instructions and a prepaid return mailer when we receive your order.  Just make sure and let us know you are sending pet hair when you order.

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pet poisoning tests

Was your dog or cat intentionally poisoned?

  • Was your home recently broken in to? Burglars commonly poison animals that alert their owners or neighbors of intruders.
  • Are you or a family member going through a divorce, break up, or separation? Sadly, estranged partners will sometimes kill a pet for revenge.
  • Has a neighbor or landlord made threats to do harm to your pet? Unfortunately neighbors have been known to  poison pets they don’t like.
  • Has your pet recently visited a park? Recently there have been reports of pet poisoning across the US in public and dog parks

Was your dog or cat accidentally poisoned?

  • Do you own these plants like tulips, azaleas, rhododendrons, daffodils, or sago palms?
  • Do you use these over the-counter medications like herbal supplements, Naproxen, Acetaminophen, Ibuprofen.
  • Do you use these prescription medications such as blood pressure, anti-inflammatories, or antidepressants?
  • Have you recently given your pet any flea and tick products, painkillers, or de-wormers?
  • Have you recently spilled or used bleach, pool chlorine, antifreeze, paint thinner, insecticides, lawn and garden products, or rat and mole poison?
  • Have you given your pet any Macadamia nuts, artificial sweetener Xylitol, onions, guacamole, garlic, chocolate, caffeinated coffee, alcohol, grapes/raisins?