The Benefits Are Clear
Validated in reference to gold standard test (VN and HI), VacciCheck – Elisa Dot Based Technology, provides Fast and Reliable confirmation of core disease immunity protection for dogs and cats.
Easy to use
Test individual patients for up to 12 samples at a time, in six simple steps.
Accurate semi results
An in-clinic titer test, that provides semi quantitative serological results simultaneously for the three core Canine or Feline vaccines.
Reliable approved for use by regulatory authorities
Is the only kit on the market approved for use by regulatory authorities such as USDA (USA), CFIA (Canada), MAFF (Japan) and others.
IN CLINIC TITER TEST Determine whether a puppy/kitten has responded to vaccination.
- Titer test INSTEAD of automatic triennial core revaccination for adult dogs/cats.
- Testing of newly adopted pets with an unknown vaccination history.
- Manage outbreaks in shelters and breeding houses.
- Revaccination for senior or adult pets with a compromised immune-system.
What experts have to say about VacciCheck
Profesor Ronald Schultz
“This test is a rapid, simple, reliable and cost-effective “in house” assay and is especially useful to determine if a dog requires additional vaccination.”
Professor Richard B. Ford
“Positive” antibody test results for the core diseases not only correlate with protection, but indicate that the patient has produced long-term immune (B-cell) “memory”.”
Dr. Patrick Mahaney
“If your dog’s antibody levels are sufficient, then providing a Distemper booster isn’t necessary and your pooch will be spared from potential health consequences associated with immune stimulation.”
A titer test for core vaccines reveals if your pet is already immunized from the previous vaccination by detecting antibodies.
Studies have shown that any measurable level of antibody for core vaccines indicates your patient is immunize
“A dedicated owner may wish to confirm that a puppy is protected after the course of primary vaccinations when these are completed at 16 weeks or older“ (WSAVA).
Adult Pets –
“A titer test can be used to confirm protection at 3-yearly intervals“ (WSAVA).
Veterinarians can perform a quick and simple test in their clinic, VacciCheck. Canine and Feline VacciCheck are core vaccine tests that determine if a dog or cat requires additional vaccination.
Discover what scientific research has to say about the use of VacciCheck in your clinic.
Ronald D. Schultz, P.
“This test is a rapid, simple, reliable and cost-effective “in house” assay and is especially useful to determine if a dog requires additional vaccination.”Read more
Richard B. Ford, D. M
“Consider this: Does a “positive” antibody test result today assure the patient will be protected tomorrow? … or a year from now? …or 3 years from…Read more
WSAVA – guidelines for the vaccination of dogs and cats
“The principles of ‘evidence based veterinary medicine’ suggest that testing for antibody status…Read more
AAHA Canine Vaccination Guidelines
“A “positive” antibody test result (CDV-CPV-CAV2) generally does correlate well with protective (sterile) immunity in dogs.Read more
Panleukopenia Vaccination Guidelines
““A “positive” antibody test result (CDV-CPV-CAV2) generally does correlate well with protective (sterile)…Read more