CheckUp UTI Detection Dog & Cat Testing Strips, 50 count

  • List Price:

    $14.95

  • Price:

    $11.95 FREE 1-3 dayShipping over $49

  • You Save:

    $3.00 (20%)

In stock
cw-icon-heart Created with Sketch. Add to Favorites
Description

CheckUp UTI Detection Dog & Cat Testing Strips can help you identify and ease your pet’s ongoing health concerns. This non-invasive, stress free pee test can help detect urinary tract infections (UTIs) in your pet. If your beloved furbaby is prone to this uncomfortable condition, these preliminary dip test strips can help you monitor her health between regular vet visits. Each container includes 50 strips that provide easy-to-read results in 30 seconds.

Key Benefits
  • This non-invasive, stress-free pee test can help detect urinary tract infections (UTIs) in your pet.
  • If your furbaby is prone to UTIs, this preliminary dip test strip can help you monitor her health between regular vet visits.
  • Get easy-to-read results in 30 seconds.
  • Includes 50 urine dip test strips per container.
  • Paw-fect for cats and dogs of all ages, breeds and sizes.

See all items by CheckUp

  • Item Number
    185701
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Breed Size
    Small Breeds, Medium Breeds, Large Breeds, All Breeds
Rating: 3.2 of 5 stars 4 Reviews 4 Reviews 3.2 out of 5 Stars

Filter reviews by star rating

100% Recommend

100% of reviewersrecommend this product

Rating: 3.2 of 5 stars 3.2 / 5

You've Already Reviewed This Item

4 Reviews

Showing 4 Reviews

  • 4 out of 5 stars

    These work great! Misleading test results tho

    By on

    I decided to purchase these strips because my dog gets UTI’s and recently needed surgery to remove bladder stones. I learned that UTI’s contribute to bladder stone formation and that a high ph in the urine will typically point to a UTI. I admit that I should be testing more frequently but so far I have found these strips pretty easy to use. It should be stated that a normal ph for dogs is between 5 and 7. The indications on the product tube for testing a normal ph state that your dog has an infection if it’s anything above 5. This is very misleading and will certainly send any pet parent into a panic leading to possibly unnecessary vet visits. If your test results reflect a ph under 8, you are I decided to purchase these strips because my dog gets UTI’s and recently needed surgery to remove bladder stones. I learned that UTI’s contribute to bladder stone formation and that a high ph in the urine will typically point to a UTI. I admit that I should be testing more frequently but so far I have found these strips pretty easy to use. It should be stated that a normal ph for dogs is between 5 and 7. The indications on the product tube for testing a normal ph state that your dog has an infection if it’s anything above 5. This is very misleading and will certainly send any pet parent into a panic leading to possibly unnecessary vet visits. If your test results reflect a ph under 8, you are most likely fine. … more

    You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report
  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Urine testing strips for dogs

    By on

    Urine testing strips for dogs. This worked well for me I’m a medical tech and I wanted to eliminate the possibility of having a UTI and my dog so I could focus on other things that might be

    You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report
  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Well I guess it is my own fault

    By on Top 10 Contributor

    6yo S/F Siberian husky was peeing in the house, peeing a lot, and licking herself. Ran urinalysis and labwork at the vet and nothing unusual except a high pH (8). I read the questions and saw a picture of specific results indicating number for pH... like a specific number assigned. We use tubes at work (I work for the vet) and it is one strip that does way more tests than these but I guess that's why I assumed it would have a specific number assigned, especially with the numbers listed in the questions and answers on here. This tube just has positive and negative... I have no idea what the actual pH is and can't really compare it to the sigma strips we use at work. I guess I'll just keep an eye 6yo S/F Siberian husky was peeing in the house, peeing a lot, and licking herself. Ran urinalysis and labwork at the vet and nothing unusual except a high pH (8). I read the questions and saw a picture of specific results indicating number for pH... like a specific number assigned. We use tubes at work (I work for the vet) and it is one strip that does way more tests than these but I guess that's why I assumed it would have a specific number assigned, especially with the numbers listed in the questions and answers on here. This tube just has positive and negative... I have no idea what the actual pH is and can't really compare it to the sigma strips we use at work. I guess I'll just keep an eye on her and hope the antibiotics for her skin infection (ew) down there worked. … more

    You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report
  • 1 out of 5 stars

    False positive

    By on

    Great idea if it works right. Our little guy has kidney disease and prone to UTIs. Got the strips and it showed he had one. Of to the vet we went. $130 later, their urine culture test showed NOTHING. Good news for our furbaby. Not for my walllet.

    You liked it! Something went wrong. Please try again later. Report