Kennel Cough Complex

Canine Coronavirus

Cryptosporidium sp.

Giardia sp.

Blood hemoplasms

Rubarth Hepatitis Virus

Canine herpesvirus



Distemper Virus

Neospora caninum

Parvovirus canin

Salmonella sp.


Toxoplasma gondii

Typing of carnivore parvoviruses

Test indications

  • Diagnostic de la bartonellose canine (endocarditis, neuroretinitis, uveitis, joint disorders, granulomatous hepatitis, granulomatous lymphadenitis, rhinitis, general disorders: lethargy, anemia, weight loss, etc.).
  • Detection of asymptomatic carriers (in the context of blood donor dogs, or live dogs in contact with immunocompromised people).

Test characteristics

Samples to be taken

  • On a living animal: whole blood (EDTA), Aqueous humor (EDTA or dry), lymph node aspirate, cerebrospinal fluid (EDTA or dry), synovial fluid (EDTA or dry tubes), pericardial effusion (EDTA or dry tube)
  • Postmortem: tracheal or respiratory tract sample, lung on a dry tube.
  • On dead animal: to be determined based on clinical signs (blood, lymph node, aqueous humor, liver, CSF).

Interpretation of the result

  • Negative result: Absence of the bacteria or quantity below the detection threshold of the technique.
  • Positive result: Presence of the bacteria in the sample. The positive results must be interpreted in the epidemiological-clinical context. The PCR test being quantitative, it is interesting in monitoring treatment in order to evaluate its effectiveness and to assess the risk of zoonosis.
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