WORM TEST for CHICKENS and ALL BIRDS
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SAVE 50%-WORM TEST for CHICKENS and ALL BIRDS

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Save 50% by using our at home testing services vs. a veterinarian AND NOW you can SAVE EVEN MORE. AS LITTLE AS $24.99 and FREE Shipping. SAVE TIME-MAIL FROM HOME.SAVE 50-80% when you ask to test for colon cancer, etc. with the Fecal Occult Blood. The FECAL WORM TEST   is a complete pre-paid test that is more accurate than most veterinary clinics. Extremely accurate results, at home, and save 25-50%. The test solves all these questions:1)Detect if worms present (30% are negative) 2) Which specific worms are present 3) What OTC wormer is best to use   4) Determine if you have a resistance problem and finally 5) Did the wormer work. The WORM TEST for REPTILES is the only way to insure the health of your pet and family members. Just collect a tablespoon of stool and mail to our Licensed Veterinary Lab. The WORM TEST for REPTILES offers the ultimate in accurate testing, convenience and low cost! TEST NOW! SAVE TIME + MONEY!    Protect Your family and Pets!

Save more on larger volume orders, so combine with your friends orders. You will receive and see the correct prices for the number you ordered at checkout. Purchase as a gift for your friends or family members..

1-5 test kits at $29.99

6 kits kits at 26.99 ==SAVE $3 approx 11%   

12 kits kits at 24.99  == SAVE $5 or nearly 17%

24 kits kits at 22.99  == SAVE $7 or nearly 23%

Purchase this test for as little as $ 24.99-SAVE Plus FREE SHIPPING. You saved 50% by using our at home testing services vs. a veterinarian AND NOW you can SAVE EVEN MORE. Your pet will thank you for protecting it’s health!!!

TEST NOW! SAVE TIME + MONEY for All forms reptiles and amphibians (lizards, geckos, iguanas, snakes, toads, chameleons,  frogs, newts, s alamanders, etc).   Protect Your family and Pets!  Use this test to know:  1) if your pet has worms,  2) which type of worms, 3) what wormer to use,  and 4) if the wormer worked.    Recommended by All Reptile Experts and veterinarians. Nearly all reptiles have worms or lethal parasites. All worms cause serious health issues including weight loss, loss of appetite, vomiting, diarrhea, poor stools and death. The only way to know 1) if your lizard, gecko, snake, turtle, frog, etc. has worms, 2) what to worm with, 3) if the wormer worked, and 4) prevent these problems is to test for worms. The test is easy (just collect 1 tsp. of feces and mail to our Vet Lab), accurate, low cost, and fast.

SAVE $66-94You pay only $21-29 for the worm test vs.paying Vets fees of $40-65 for the test. SAVE an additional $45-75 since there are no exam fees  Save $10-20 on OTC wormers that you buy at the store. All chicken/bird wormers can be purchased as an OTC wormer at a store. Veterinarians charge a minimum of $15-25/pet while you can purchase enough OTC wormer for 500 birds for $5-8. It is the same effective wormer.                                   • Save the trip to a veterinarian and 1-3 hours of your time since you just mail the test first class mail from your home.                                      • Since most veterinarians do not see chickens or birds, you can never be sure of your results...we have tested more than 2200 chickens/birds. 

Test All forms of Birds (Chickens, Ducks, Parrots, Canaries, etc). Recommended by most cheicken experts and avian veterinarians. Worm testing quarantees a healthier bird with greater egg production at 5-10% less feed costs.

NOW you can know: 1) if your bird has worms, 2) which type of worms, 3) what wormer to use, 4) and if the wormer worked.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                WORM TEST FOR CHICKENS and all birds is a complete test for all intestinal worms (Roundworms, Cecal worms, Gapeworms, Capillaria, Coccidia, and sometimes Tapeworms). Everything is included. Just collect a small sample and put the enclosed kit in the mailbox to send. We perform the test at our Licensed Vet Lab (within 24 hours of receipt). Chickens/Birds get six types of worms. The only way to know if your chicken has worms is to test the stool. The more your chicken/bird is outside the more often you should test. Test 2 times/year or if you have new birds.

 Buy now and enjoy all of these advantages:

 • Quick And Easy.  Just secure 1-2 tsp of fecal sample from any chicken or other bird

Convenient– just place sample in the mailer and mail first class mail from home.

Rapid Results– we perform the test within 24 hours of receipt in the mail.

Highly Accurate– we are a licensed Vet lab and perform this same test for Vets.

Written Results via e-mail or fax…this is more than your Vet does                                                                                                                   • Guarantees healthier birds with greater egg production at 5-10% less feed costs since there are no worms to consume blood cells/nutrients and cause ulcers.

Protect Your Family– people, especially children, get worms from pets. Remember that the egg is exposed to worms since worms reside in the same cavity eggs come from.

Check all your pets for worms-(chicken, dog, cat, rabbit, reptile, bird, etc.). Routine testing is vital to your family and your bird’s wellness.

 Test All Your Birds now. Contact us if you wish to purchase 24 or more kits

Finally, prevent parasitic diseases from worms in people. Worms in children and adults are commonly diagnosed. The CDC states that more that 10,000(and up to 1 million) people get worms each year causing multiple severe and deadly zoonotic diseases from worms. Did You Know...Worms in children and adults are commonly diagnosed. The CDC states that more that 10,000 (and up to 1 million) people get worms each year causing multiple severe and deadly zoonotic diseases from worms. Now you can help prevent parasitic diseases from worms in people. Test all your pets, especially the small pets that kids touch all of the time-ie cats, rabbits, turtles, reptiles, birds, pocket pets, etc. 

 Questions and Answers PLUS TESTIMONIALS on the buttom

 What do I do if I see live worms in the sample? If you saw worms on the outside of the stool:

1) Please separate the worms from the stool, place in a small bag with 6 drops of water and 6 drops of alcohol.....mark the bag “worms inside”.
2) Place inside the test kit or send separately with a check for $29. MARK THE LAB FORM with “WORMS INCLUDED”.
3) Always send a fresh sample in separate bags.
4) Take several close up photos and email the photos (drstevenhadaway@comcast.net) or include the paper photo of what you suspect is a worm.
5) Were the worms live and did they move?_______________________ Did they form a coil or lay straight?_____________
6) How long are they?____________ how wide?____________ How many?______

Why test your pets for worms?
When you use worm medicine you never know what worm you have or if you got rid of them. Pets have seven types of worms. You can only see two types of those worms. Worms can infest your pet, your child, or yourself. The only way you can know is to test the stool. Most pets have worms and should be checked yearly. They acquire worms after walking on soil or grass, then lick their feet ingesting worm eggs. This can occur anywhere, at any time, since stray dogs, cats, rabbits, or wild birds, etc. are everywhere and most times do have worms. You have no way to prevent the exposures your pets have each day.  People frequently get worms from their pets so test your pet now, especially if you are pregnant!
1) Check to see if worms are present and which ones by testing before use of a dewormer.
2) Check the effectiveness of a dewormer: Each dewormer varies from 0-100% in effectiveness due to the various types of worms, and more commonly is 60-95% effective against the 150 different types of worms in horses. Resistance to worms is a major concern. Many worms are not affected by the usual routine dewormers currently in use, that you can buy in the store or form catalogs.
3) Determine if you have a resistance problem to various dewormers which you assume are working.
4) Check the effectiveness of your control program. Fecal examinations are effective means of monitoring the types and levels of worms, in addition are helpful in the identification of those worms that are developing resistance problems.

Is this test accurate?
This fecal test is as accurate as most veterinary hospitals, since we use a much more effective concentrating fluid than most animal hospitals and allow 1-4 hours of time to concentrate or centrifuge.How old can the sample be?
It is better to send a fresh sample, but the sample can be as old as 7 days when we process it to get reliable results. Your veterinarian and I need fresh samples only if we are checking for protozoan(Giardia) parasites. It is extremely difficult and rare that we can diagnose giardia on a normal fecal sample, so reading a 5-7 day old sample produces the same results as your Vet would produce. Infact since we centrifuge the samples or let them concentrate 1-4 hours our results are at least 50% more reliable.
 I sent you worms in a plastic bag but still got negative results?
 Most likely the worms you put in the bag disintegrated in the bag - if there is too much water(you only need 2-3 drops of water and 2-3 drops of alcohol) or the worms are tapeworms. Nearly all of the worms that you can see in the samples of any pet are either roundworms(which are round) or tapeworms( which are flat). Roundworms rarely disintegrate, so the probability of what you mailed to use being tapeworms is 98-99%. If you like you can send us another sample of the worm, enclosed in two tightly sealed bags-add 3 drops of alcohol and 3 drops of water to the worm to prevent drying and disintegration. Please include a check for $15 or your credit card data to charge you card for $15. We do the best we can with the samples provided. These issues are common in our veterinary hospital even with the freshest of samples. Please indicate in your letter and on the bag why you are sending the sample plus include this letter. We do our best to solve your pets problems.
Tapeworms are most commonly diagnosed by observation of small rice like (golden yellow) segments on the hairs by the anus, when dried, or as white to beige flat tape like worm segments when not dried.  They do not routinely show up under the microscope. 98% of the time they can only be diagnosed only by seeing them grossly (with your eye) in the stool or attached to the hair. Roundworms are white to beige and usually coil up in a circle. They look like spaghetti, but are thinner. They do not disintegrate in the bag. In older animals and especially young animals, round worms may not be detected via the fecal test when the round worms have not reached sexual maturity and are not yet producing roundworm eggs. In many cases especially cats, there may only be several worms in the gut and not enough to produce eggs at all times, or they may be all of one sex and so do not produce eggs; so the sample can not render a positive result, even though that pet has worms. The final cause of seeing a worm in samples, yet producing a negative result, especially if it has been picked up from the soil/grass, especially when it is warm outside, is the presence of maggots(produced from fly eggs) or various soil parasites which are not from the dog but crawl on to the stool sample. If you still are concerned of the results, purchase another test, collect a teaspoon of sample from 3-5 samples over 1-2 days and place them in on double bagged container, then place all contents plus the sample, in our clamshell. Keep the samples refrigerated until you have collected all and are ready to send to us.

What do I do if my pet has worms?
We tell you which worms your pet has. The staff of the catalog companies or store can help you decide which OTC dewormer to purchase and what steps to take in your house or yard to prevent re-infestation. SAVE at least 50% on dewormers from the store, but more importantly, finally rid your pet and your yard/home of worms. More than 90% of the pets with worms can be treated with OTC dewormer.

Why does my veterinarian need to use a fresh stool sample?
A. Veterinarians routinely test samples that haven't been frozen or refrigerated and are one to three days old. We also many times send samples without freezing or refrigerating to outside labs, that are 1-4 days old before they are processed. However, many times veterinarians suggest fresh samples because:1. It is mechanically easier and less time consuming to dissolve the feces when fresh.
2. This is what has been passed down to us by older veterinarians(without any research or factual basis) for decades and it is what we "have been taught".
3.  If your veterinarian suspects a protozoan disease such as Giardia, they can check for it better on a fresh sample. However, it is this is very unreliable since it is very difficult to see Giardia on this type of tests, and only rarely is it found this way. All veterinarians now use a special Idexx antigen-antibody test for Giardia which we also offer. See below.
B.  To check for worms (roundworms, hookworms, whipworms, and coccidia), the stool need not be fresh within 24 hours, but can be 3-5 days old and still be just as diagnostic. In fact the eggs will either be present or (if on hot days) hatched and appear as little worms (larvae) which are easier to see that the egg. If the stool is greater than 5 days, we usually will see 10-20% larvae and 80-90% eggs, so we can still easily diagnose the problem.

Fecal Occult Blood Test
If your pet is a picky eater or doesn't maintain weight, ulcers and other GI issues may be the underlying cause. Digestive issues can affect your pet's attitude and behavior as well. If your pet is withdrawn or rebels in training, these may be external signs of internal discomfort.  We often accept these behaviors as limitations of our pet's natural ability or attitude. Knowing if your pet is suffering from ulcers or other digestive tract conditions is the first step in managing their GI health. The Occult Blood Test will help diagnose underlying conditions or other serious GI problems, including both gastric and colonic ulcersIt's important that you make a diagnosis as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, existing common methods of diagnosing digestive tract conditions are limited. Gastric endoscopy is reliable, but costly.Many veterinarians and owners alike rely on symptoms to guide their diagnosis. But this approach is hindered by the fact that symptoms typically associated with digestive tract injury may also be associated with a variety of other conditions. And using treatment as diagnosis requires incurring an expense while waiting days, or even weeks, to determine if the course of action was the right one.A Fecal Occult Test is an important screening test to aid in prevention and early detection, by providing objective data that indicates issues throughout the GI tract in just minutes. How an Early Diagnosis Can HelpEarly screening may lead to prevention and early detection. A Fecal Occult Blood Test is the first way to screen for ulcers, and other bleeding disorders, cancer, and polyps (the cancer which is too small to be visible). How Often Should your Pet be Tested? This test should be conducted as many times (usually 2-4 times) to get consistent results.Ingestion of non digestible materials such as metals, pins, wood, cloth, irritating chemicals, poisonous plants or irritating drugs (NSAIDs) by any horse or livestock may cause irritation or ulcers leading to blood loss. This will cause the Fecal Occult Blood Test to be positive. These conditions may heal on their own causing results to alternate from positive to negative and then back to positive again as the eating habits vary.If the results are consistently negative this is a significant indication of the lack of disease in your pet.If the test is consistently positive, and consistently negative for worms, then your pet may have a significant bleeding disorder. You should contact your veterinarian immediately. Used properly, this test can be a helpful diagnostic screening aid to early detection.

 Why  did my sample produce negative results but weeks later was positive for worms?
In many cases especially cats, there may only be several worms in the gut and not enough to produce eggs at all times, or they may be all of one sex and so do not produce eggs; so the sample can not render a positive result, even though that pet has worms.

 I saw a worm in the sample but you reported the results as negative.  How can that be?
Most likely the worms you put in the bag disintegrated in the bag - if there is too much water. (You only need 2-4 drops of water). However, roundworms rarely disintegrate, so the probability of it being tapeworms is 95-99%. 

The Only Visible Worms are Tapeworms and Round Worms.
Tapeworms would be the most commonly seen. They appear as small rice like (golden yellow) segments on the hairs by the anus, when dried, or as white flat tape like worms when not dried. They do not routinely show up under the microscope. 98% of the time you diagnose those by seeing them in the stool or attached to the hair. Roundworms are white and usually coil up in a circle. The look like spaghetti, but thinner.

What do Tapeworms look like?
Tapeworms and round worms are the only worms visible to the eye that are parasites to you or your pet. Tapeworms are most commonly diagnosed by observation of small rice like (golden yellow) segments on the hairs by the anus, when dried, or as white to beige flat tape like worm segments when not dried. The eggs that we need to diagnose the presence of worms are not produced and therefore do not routinely show up under the microscope. How did my pet get tapeworms? Tapeworms are spread by infestation of fleas and ingestion of flea eggs when licking, biting, or chewing at themselves, or ingestion of small animals such as rabbits. Your pet will continue to re-infest itself every 6-12 weeks unless you rid it of the tapeworms, but then eliminate the source. How do I get rid of Tapeworms? Tapeworms will continue to re-infest your pet unless you get rid of the source by treat ALL of your pets for fleas or keep them from hunting outside, especially for rabbits. To treat the tape worms you should contact the company that you bought the test kit from or buy over the counter de-wormers for tapeworms sold at most pet/farm supply stores or call your veterinarian and ask for a tapeworm product. (Most veterinarians will prescribe a product with out an exam). You should always first check the fecal sample for which worms your pet has then deworm for the correct type of worm.

  Can worms be a problem for pet owners?
Absolutely, which is why everyone should check their pets at least 1-2 times per year, EVEN if inside, since you can track the worm eggs in on your shoes. The more your pet is outside the more often you should test the stool sample. Also, if you have children, immune compromised individuals, or seniors in your household you should test more often (every 2-4 months).Recommendations of the Companion Animal Parasite Council (the leading source of information to veterinarians in America) states: "Ascarids, hookworms, and whipworms are the most common intestinal nematodes in companion animals. Ascarids(roundworms) and hookworms are a significant cause of zoonotic disease. Several tapeworms of dogs and cats can also cause zoonotic infections. Environmental transmission stages(contact with other animals stool/feces) are a source of infection for pets and humans."

How often should pet owners check their pet's stool samples?
Recommendations of the Companion Animal Parasite Council (the leading source of information to veterinarians in America) states that appropriately conducted fecal examinations should be performed:
       Two to four times during the first year of life (may be associated with vaccine schedule);
       One to two times per year in adult pets, depending on patient health and lifestyle factors.        

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