Australia: Tests for pet travel.




  • Ehrlichiosis (indirect immunofluorescence method -IFAT: Immunofluorecent test- antibody to detect anti-Ehrlichia antibodies canis).
  • Brucellosis (agglutination method for Brucella canis anti-).
  • Leishmaniasis (indirect immunofluorescence method to detect anti- Leishmania infantum).
  • Leptospirosis (agglutination method for detecting antibodies to Leptospira interrogans).

Tests must be made within 30 days before departure.


Sample Type: serum (1 to 2 ml), separated from blood and introduced into a microtube (Eppendorf), and this in turn within a tube of film on the former. These tubes can be sent in a polystyrene box isothermal (Styrofoam), or within a padded envelope, as a protective measure to prevent breakage. Send by mail to be received the next day in the laboratory.


Completion time: 10 days from the receipt of the sample (if it was before it would communicate).


Cost of testing: