PETTEST KETONE & GLUCOSE URINALYSIS REAGENT STRIPS FOR CATS AND DOGS

advocate pettest ketone glucose reagent strips for urinalysis

Hello folks,

If you follow me on Diabetic Outlet blog you should have seen my post from last week announcing the addition of Advocate PetTest Insulin Syringes to our store.

Today I am here to announce the addition of yet another great pet product from Advocate PetTest – that’s the new Advocate PetTest Ketone and Glucose Reagent Strips for Urinalysis.

PetTest Ketone & Glucose Strips

In this blog we are going to explore the features and benefits of the Advocate PetTest Ketone and Glucose Reagent Strips. By the end of this post you will see what makes PetTest our number one choice for measurement of ketone and glucose in your diabetic cats and dogs. Lastly, you can take advantage of our special discount to get these strips for your pets.

The Advocate PetTest ketone glucose reagent strips are used to accurately and quickly test your pet’s urine to determine their glucose and ketone levels. It also helps determine whether your animal may have urinary tract infection (UTI), diabetes, and more.

You can obtain a glucose reading in as fast as 30 seconds and a ketone reading in 40 seconds. Testing for ketones in the blood allows you to monitor the amount of acid in the blood.

Features

  • Reagent Strips for Urinalysis in pets
  • Helps to prevent UTI’s
  • Test for both Ketone & Glucose
  • For In Vitro Diagnostic Use
  • Anti-VC Interference Ability
  • Allows Monitoring Acid in the Blood
  • Easy to Read Testing and Reading Time Table for Glucose and Ketone
  • Use 1 Strip for both Ketone and Glucose
  • 50 Strips in a Convenient Vial

Why Urinalysis?

If your pet is not feeling as good as normal there is a good chance they have Urinary Tract Infection (UTI), kidney failure, or diabetes. Some of the common signs include but are not limited to:

  • Frequent urination
  • Pain and discomfort while urinating
  • Cloudy or bloody urine
  • Urine leakage
  • Unquenchable thirst
  • Accidents or licking of genitals

If you notice any of these symptoms you should run a urine test to determine whether or not your pet have one of the above problems. DO NOT FORGET TO CONSULT WITH YOUR VET!

It’s also noteworthy to mention PetTest Cranberry D-mannose, a dietary supplement for the prevention of urinary tract infections (UITs) in pets. D-mannose is also highly recommended for diabetic pets because it does not boost blood glucose even though it has a high sugar content.

Testing process

Testing for ketone and glucose in urine is really easy with PetTest reagent strips. Simply collect a urine sample, dip the strip and match the color of the strip to the colors on the PetTest chart. It’s crucial that you read the strip at the exact seconds on the chart.

Here are some possible ketone scenarios:

  • PetTest reagent strip registers Trace. Most vets would tell you to promote water consumption.
  • The strip registers Small to Moderate. Vets would recommend bringing your pet for fluid injections.
  • The strip registers Large. Take your pet in immediately. This is most likely Diabetes Ketoacidosis.

A buildup of ketone bodies in the liver can cause the pH balance to shift and to become more acidic. Testing for glucose in the urine will help prevent bacterial growth and avoid urinary tract infections. The Pest Ketone & Glucose Reagent Strips make it easier than ever to heck your pet’s health by detecting specific values of Ketones and Glucose in their urine at home.

Coupon for PetTest Ketone & Glucose Strips + Free Shipping!

Get 10% off Advocate PetTest Ketone & Glucose Urinalysis Reagent Strips on top of our regular quantity discounts plus free shipping. Apply the coupon code PETTESTKG10 at checkout to redeem the offer.

NOTE. coupon is for single use, is only applicable to Advocate PetTest Ketone & Glucose Reagent Strips, and cannot be combined with other coupons. Available while supplies last!

Disclaimer. The content, information, and links on this page are intended for informational and educational purposes only, and does NOT constitute any medical professional advice.

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