Early detection, home health screening kit for dogs and cats

How it works

ThePetCheckup is an easy to use, early detection urinalysis test. When you give this home health screen to your dogs and cats on a regular basis (we recommend monthly) you can locate many common illnesses that affect their health—even before symptoms appear.

The same test materials in ThePetCheckup are used routinely in veterinary clinics. Now they are combined in a home health kit so that you can take a more active role in keeping your cats and dogs healthy and happy.

Robert Wiegert, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and technical advisor for this product, says, “Many of the conditions that we see are correctable, often by dietary changes alone, if they are detected early enough. The problem is that by the time we see the animal, the condition is often advanced and more difficult to treat.”

If a test result does indicate an abnormality, you will be able to get veterinary care before the problem becomes serious and more difficult to treat.

Early detection means:
• Prevention of more serious illness
• Simpler, more effective treatments
• Less pain and discomfort for your pet
• Less expensive treatments for you
• Peace of mind

Give your animal friend and your veterinarian the advantage of early detection

Four easy steps are all it takes

1Getting ready LEARN MORE
2Collecting a urine sample LEARN MORE
3Running the test LEARN MORE
4Reading the test results LEARN MORE

Reading the results is easy,
just compare the test strip with the color bars
shown on the color chart to evaluate the results.

The test materials included in
ThePetCheckup are specially pack-
aged for you to use on your
dogs and cats at home.
Read why

Note: ThePetCheckup has helped many canines and felines, but it is not designed to diagnose or to replace regular veterinary exams. Only a veterinarian can make a medically accurate diagnosis of your animal’s condition.

Home | How does it work? | Testimonials | FAQ | About us/Contact Us | Articles | Buy now | View cart
Pet-Related Sites