Canis Brucella Test Kits: Detect Infection Early with Ease

Concerned about Canis Brucella infection in your dogs? Stay ahead with our Canine Brucellosis Rapid Test.

Designed for reliability and ease of use, our kits provide accurate results in minutes, allowing you to take proactive measures to safeguard your dog's health.

Key Benefits:

  • Reliable and Specific Testing: Our Canis Brucella Test Kits offer on-site testing that is both reliable and specific, ensuring accurate detection of the bacterium.
  • Early Detection: Detect Canis Brucella infection earlier, enabling prompt intervention and management.
  • Cost-Effective: Lower costs with room temperature storage and a shelf life over one year, providing convenience and affordability.
  • Peace of Mind: Gain peace of mind by knowing your dog's status early, allowing you to take necessary precautions and plan accordingly.
Running a Brucellosis Rapid test

Run a Canine Brucellosis Rapid test

  • Step 1: Collect whole blood, serum, or plasma sample in a blood collection tube included in kit.
  • Step 2: Using the 10µL Pipette, add the whole blood, serum, or plasma into the Assay Buffer. Shake gently to mix.
  • Step 3: Using the 40µL Pipette, add 2 - 3 drops of the assay buffer into the oval sample hole of cassette.
  • Step 4: Wait 5-10 minutes. Read results.

Presence of 2 lines, including a very faint test line, indicates a positive result for Canis Brucella infection. The control line must always be present to validate the test.

The science behind Canine Brucellosis Rapid Test

Brucellosis is an infectious disease usually evidenced by reproductive failure. It often causes late-term abortion in bitches and testicular abnormalities in males. Systemic signs of disease are not usually apparent.

Brucellosis is highly contagious and is usually caused by a bacteria known as Brucella canis. This organism is transmitted by infected urine, semen, vaginal secretions and aborted fetuses. It can also infect people and, therefore, poses a public health threat. Brucella canis lives within cells. This makes it very difficult to treat infections. Simple antibiotic therapy will not cure most infected dogs and so they remain carriers for many years.

All breeding stock should be periodically tested for brucellosis. Active stud dogs should be tested every six months. Brood bitches should be tested within one month of breeding. Some veterinarians believe that bitches should be tested twice before each breeding: one month and then two weeks before. A negative brucellosis test result should always be obtained before purchasing a new brood bitch or stud dog.
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