Diagnostic test for Anaplasma Ab for dogs
Anaplasmosis, aka dog fever or dog tick fever, is a tick-borne disease that infects a dog’s bloodstream. It is transmitted by deer tick bites and infects white blood cells. Symptoms usually begin within one to two weeks of the initial tick bite and transmission. Symptoms include: fever, apathy, diarrhea, joint pain, vomiting, coughing and breathing difficulties. Most infected dogs will have symptoms for 1 to 7 days, some will show no symptoms. Many infected dogs are treated for 2-4 weeks (the longer course more often if co-infected with Lyme disease). Anaplasmosis can infect humans.
Diagnostic test for Canine Babesia BC Ab
Diagnostic test contains the following components:
- REDTEST test device
- Disposable dropper
- Assay buffer
- Instruction of use