In-clinic canine titer tests

In-clinic canine titer tests
In-clinic canine titer test

A brand-new comparative study results from 5 independent clinics from EU on Titer testing

A recent canine titer test study was published in the prestigious Israel Journal of Veterinary Medicine!

The test was evaluated by 5 independent clinics that tested 3 commercial in-clinic titer test kits including our very own VacciCheck to detect protective serum antibody titers against 3 canine core diseases.

Check it out if you’d like to learn more about the detection of protective serum antibody titers against Canine Adenovirus (CAV), Parvovirus (CPV) and Distemper Virus (CDV)


This study was carried out in order to study the performance of three in-clinic test kits for the detection of protective plasma IgG antibody titers against canine Adenovirus (CAV), canine Parvovirus type 2 CPV-2) and canine Distemper Virus (CDV).


Why using VacciCheck?

  • Vaccicheck measures CAV Ab while the FasTest does not.
    Although some veterinarians dismiss the importance of CAV – it is still part of the WSAVA Guidelines recommendations and is still a relevant disease.
  • Unlike VacciCheck, FasTest results have no diagnostic value after 20 minutes. This is especially important when there is a need for a second review of the results.
  • Only Vaccicheck has been evaluated and approved by the USDA (USA) and MAFF (Japan).

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