What We Offer

We as the India's First Professionally Managed Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory


Lab Tests

  • Heamatology Test
  • Blood Biochemistry Profiling
  • Hormonal Assaying
  • Serology
  • Urine & Faecal Examination
  • Skin Examination
  • Blood Protozoan Examination
  • Culture & Sensitivity Test
  • Biopsy


  • Ultrasonography
  • Digital X-Ray
  • ECG
  • Endoscopy
    • Gastroscopy
    • Rhinoscopy
    • Bronchioscopy
    • Oesophagoscopy
    • Colonoscopy
    • Otoscopy

Specailized Tests

  • Blood Protozoa- Babesia gibsoni, Babesia canis, E canis, Theleria etc.
  • Canine specific Thyroid- TSH/ T4 / T3 , cTSH / fT4/ fT3
  • PCR- Ehrlichia / Lesihmania/ Leptospira
  • ELISA- Ehrlichia / Lesihmania/ Leptospira / Canine Parvo / Canine Distemper
  • Canine Vaccicheck- To check post vaccination titer of Antibodies against Canine Parvovirus / Canine Distemper / Infectious Hepatitis virus
  • Rabies Antibody titer test- Rabies serology certification for Pet traveling overseas
  • Serum based allergy testing- Testing against 91 allergens including food allergens in cases of atopic dermatitis

Useful Information

Laboratory tests are medical procedures that involve testing samples of blood, urine, or other tissues or substances in the body.
Your veterinarian uses laboratory tests to: identify changes in health condition of your pet/animal before any symptoms occur to diagnose a disease or condition before you have symptoms, plan the treatment of your pet/animal for a disease or condition, evaluate response to a treatment, or monitor the course of a disease over time.
After a sample is collected, it is analyzed in a laboratory. Laboratories perform tests on the sample to see if it reacts to different substances. Depending on the test, a reaction may mean your pet/animal do have a particular condition or it may mean that your pet/animal do not have the particular condition. Sometimes laboratories compare results to results obtained from previous tests, to see if there has been a change in condition.
Lab tests show whether or not results fall within normal ranges. Normal test values are usually given as a range, rather than as a specific number, because normal values vary from animal to animal or species to species. What is normal for one species not be normal for another species. Some laboratory tests are precise, reliable indicators of specific health problems, while others provide more general information that gives veterinarians clues to your pet/animal possible health problems. Information obtained from laboratory tests may help veterinarians decide whether other tests or procedures are needed to make a diagnosis or to develop or revise a previous treatment plan. All laboratory test results must be interpreted within the context of your pet/animal overall health and should be used along with other exams or tests.
Many factors can affect test results, including:
  • Sex
  • Age
  • Breed
  • History
  • General health
  • Specific foods
  • Medicins your pet/animal taking
  • Variations in laboratory
  • Variation from one laboratory to another techniques