Detect three underdiagnosed diseases with one blood draw
Use the only pet-side test to accurately screen for FIV, FeLV, and feline heartworm infection in just 10 minutes.
Easily implement feline health protocols as recommended by the AAFP (American Association of Feline Practitioners) and the American Heartworm Society.
SNAP tests provide reference laboratory quality technology for superior diagnostic accuracy at the point of care
Automatically activate SNAP tests to save time and improve work flow with the SNAP Pro Analyzer.
Screen test for feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV), feline leukemia virus (FeLV) and heartworm disease
Feline immunodeficiency virus (antibody)
Screen all cats to detect specific antibodies to feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) in feline serum, plasma or anticoagulated whole blood. A positive test result indicates that an unvaccinated cat has been circulating FIV antibody and therefore is likely infected.
Feline leukemia virus (antigen)
Screen all cats to detect feline leukemia virus (FeLV) antigen in feline serum, plasma or anticoagulated whole blood. This rapid immunoassay detects the presence of FeLV p27 antigen, which if found, is diagnostic for FeLV infection.
Feline heartworm disease (antigen)
Evaluate all cats for feline heartworm disease by identifying heartworm antigen in feline serum, plasma or anticoagulated whole blood. Heartworm disease is caused by the filarial nematode Dirofilaria immitis, which has widespread dissemination. The insect vector for D. immitis is the mosquito. The detection of heartworm antigen is a definitive diagnosis for the adult stage of infection.