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Frequently Asked Questions

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Where can I screen my pet?

SINO test requires a blood collection performed under the care of a licensed veterinarian. Thus, please reach out to our partner veterinarian hospitals, 

When should I start screening my pet?

The recommended age to start SINO screening for your dog and cat from the age of 1 year old.

How SINO test differ from a DNA test?

SINO is a dynamic test that provides real-time data on current physiological status. It measures a constellation of chemical indicators of cellular physiology. DNA testing is a static analysis focusing on genetic makeup and inherited traits. Thus, SINO is ideally suitable for early disease detection and monitoring treatment effectiveness.

Do you plan to cover more diseases?

LatusPet is continuously expanding the disease coverage by adding 6/8 diseases per year.  Thus, from a single blood sample, SINO will cover additional diseases. 

How often should I screen my pet?

We recommend screening your pets annually during routine vet visits. However, depending on your pet's condition, SINO screening may be required to be performed more frequently.

How do I receive my results?

As with any laboratory test, SINO results are interpreted by a veterinarian, who will communicate the results with the pet owner.

How can I interpret the test results? 

The results can lead to one of three potential outcomes: low, moderate, or high risks. For a detailed understanding of the implications associated with each outcome, please refer to the 'For Pet Parents' Tab and see Interpretation of the Results.

What are the benefits of early screening for my pet?

Early screening can have several benefits for pets and their owners, including improved treatment options, reduced stress and anxiety, improved quality of life and cost savings.

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