How Do I Get My Cat Screened for Kidney Disease with IDEXX SDMA?
IDEXX SDMA tests are available to all veterinarians in the U.S. and Canada. As the health advocate for your furry family members, you should feel empowered to ask your veterinarian to have your cat screened for kidney disease with the SDMA test. An estimated 2 in 5 veterinarians in the U.S. are already including SDMA in their routine blood testing, and it’s almost always at no added cost. If your veterinary hospital isn’t yet running SDMA, simply ask them to send your cat’s blood samples out to IDEXX’s Reference Laboratories.
Learn more below about including this new screening in your cat’s annual blood work and don’t forget:
Ask your veterinarian about the new IDEXX SDMA test at your cat's next checkup.
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