Dog Fever Virus Test Method

- Jun 25, 2019-

Now science and technology more and more developed, many to clinically diagnosed diseases, do not go to the hospital with large instruments, only need some simple test paper can be tested, dog fever is the dog's front-class acute infectious diseases, high incidence, expensive treatment, then I can also give dogs a dog fever test?

How do I test? For the dog just bought back, a few days later appear similar to the symptoms of a cold: fever, runny nose, sneezing, etc. , it must be noted that this may be the symptoms of dog fever, because the symptoms of the cold are very similar, often ignored by dog owners. At this time the owner is better to buy dog plague heat test paper, test whether the dog infected with dog fever, once infected to seize a better treatment time for treatment.

Only by understanding the use of dog fever test paper can correct test results be obtained. According to the instructions on the use of dog fever test paper, to complete the test procedure one by one. First of all, use cotton swabs to take the dog's eye poop, snot, saliva, and other secretions, as measured. However, place the removed sample in a bottle filled with dilution, but stir it to be fully diluted. Then use a straw to draw the diluted measured object, drop 4 drops on the test board.


You still have to wait 5 to 10 minutes to see the test results, but avoid not more than 10 minutes, otherwise the results will not be accurate. The next step is to judge the test results, the test results and the comparison line, you will find positive or negative.

When only the contrast line C shows red or purple, negative means that the dog is not infected with the dog fever virus, when the test line T and the contrast line C show red or purple, positive means that the dog has been infected with the dog fever virus. If your dog is vaccinated every year, it is usually not dog fever, dog fever virus is usually a threat to poor physical resistance of dogs, such as: unvaccinated puppies, elderly dogs Ben poor physical resistance, coupled with unvaccinated injections, often with dog fever dog living together and so on. In these cases, there is a higher risk of infection with the dog plague virus.