Gut Health Sample Test Report
When we receive your pet’s stool sample, we use our laboratory facilities to extract the DNA from all the bacteria in the sample. The fecal sample we ask for is about the size of a pea and will contain roughly one billion bacterial cells!
We then use powerful analytic software to interpret the results and provide the data to you (via email and online) in a simple dashboard. Generally, the more diverse the microbiome, the better.
When you access your Pet Portal account to view your pet's results, you can also see examples of microbiomes from other pets (if you are interested in comparing microbiome diversity). If you test your pet's microbiome over time, you'll be able to see any trends for your pet.
Here is the sample test report you will be expecting.
Also, watch the video below to see how to explore your pet's report.
This video tour walks you through an actual DoggyBiome Gut Health Test report for Charlie, a 14-year-old dog with diarrhea.
This video tour walks you through an actual KittyBiome Gut Health Test report for Lilac, a 16-year-old cat experiencing vomiting and diarrhea.
Interested in learning more about your dog’s and cat's gut microbiome test results? Email AnimalBiome at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions or to schedule a 20 minute consultation with one of our gut microbiome test experts.
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