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Welcome to the future of pet wellness

Our Wellness Test analyzes 20 essential areas of your pup’s nutritional and functional health to provide valuable information and insight, so you can stop harmful trends in their tracks and help your pup thrive.

What Makes Us Wag-Worthy

Vet Developed

Our comprehensive pet wellness test is developed by veterinarians and backed by industry-leading research

Care With Confidence

We deliver the details, insight, and guidance you need to care for your pup with confidence

Actionable Results

Our process is designed to keep up with your pup and pinpoint their individual health needs as they grow

Checkpup Highlights

One test, unlimited understanding

Learn about your dog, and discover their specific wellness needs! Checkpup delivers valuable insight, information, and guidance across 20 important areas of your pup's functional and nutritional health.

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Vet-developed & recommended

Checkpup is veterinarian-developed and tested to deliver the most comprehensive and convenient pet wellness experience available today.

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Designed by dog-people for pup parents, everywhere

Here at Checkpup, we're all dog people. We want the best for our pets, and we know you do too. We've designed our dog wellness test to deliver the information that pet owners want and need to provide the best life for their pups.

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To know is to love.

We believe that knowledge empowers and inspires greater connections between people and their pets.

FAQ

What is Checkpup?

Checkpup is a veterinarian-developed, at-home health analysis test for your pup.

Rather than saliva swabs, urinalysis, or blood work, we use a sample of your pup's hair to deliver comprehensive wellness reports, so that you have the information you need to give your pup the quality care they deserve.

What do you test for?

Testing your pup’s hair reveals what is happening with their functional and nutritional health. We analyze insights into 20 essential areas of their health. We discover the functioning of their thyroid, adrenal, and pituitary glands, and how your pup deals with carbohydrates, sugars, available protein and overall digestion. Our test also identifies the presence of toxic metals in your pup's body, which can affect liver and kidney function, one’s personality, behavior, energy levels, immune system and stress response.

Checkpup also tests for the body’s metabolism function. That is how quickly the body changes food to energy or what is called the oxidation rate. Using all of this information from your pup's hair we can help explain why certain conditions have occurred, what’s the current health status, predict what could happen if nothing is corrected, and provide diet and supplement recommendations.

Does this diagnose diseases in my dog?

Diseases can come about because of a lack of or excess of minerals, vitamins, amino acids, fatty acids, enzymes, and many other nutritional factors. If your pup’s body (including the mother’s body, and ancestors before her) had enough of all that was needed, the likelihood of disease starting would be very low. The body would be healthy and any potential for disease could be fought off.

Checkpup finds idiosyncrasies, analyzes them, and presents them to you, along with some solutions, so you have the best chance to adjust your dog's care before any red flags develop into a terrible disease — and before these conditions can cause lasting damage.

This information can be used to better understand health and disease in your pup. Though Checkpup is vet-developed, we cannot provide a medical diagnosis. You should talk to your veterinarian if you are concerned about a specific medical condition in your dog.

What will I learn?

Expand your understanding of health and processes that develop or impact illness in your pup. Checkpup provides useful information about your pup's metabolism, energy levels, sugar and carbohydrate tolerance, stage of stress, immune system functioning, and glandular activity. You will also discover whether toxic metal exposure has occurred, so that you can eliminate toxic metals from your pup's environment.

When is a follow up recommended?

A follow up test is recommended at 3 months, 6 months, and 12 months. This will help you track your pup's progress to a healthier, happier pup.

Get to know your best friend.

Get your Checkpup Test Kit, and start your path toward a greater understanding and stronger connection with your pup.

Save 10% on your first purchase, and start your pet wellness journey today!