Manufacturer of Veterinary Rapid Tests

AdvaCare Pharma distributes and manufactures veterinary rapid test kits for quick results of a variety of animal infections and diseases. Our range of veterinary diagnostic test kits (RDT) are suitable for use on small or large animals including both livestock and pets.
Veterinary Rapid Tests
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African Swine Fever Test Kit
Avian Influenza Test Kit
Bovine Coronavirus – Rotavirus – Giardia – Cryptosporidium 4-Combo Test Kit
Brucella Test Kit (for animal use)
Canine Distemper (CDV) Test Kit
Canine Ehrlichia – Lyme – Anaplasma – Heartworm 4-Combo Test Kit
Canine Leishmania Test Kit
Canine Rabies (RBV) Test Kit
Canine Rotavirus (CRV) Test Kit
Coronavirus (CoV) Test Kit (for animal use)
Cryptosporidium Test Kit (for animal use)
E. Coli K99 Test Kit (for animal use)
Equine Infectious Anemia Test Kit
Feline Herpes Test Kit
Feline Panleukopenia (FPV) Test Kit
FIV FeLV 2-Combo Test Kit (Feline Leukemia / Immunodeficiency)
Foot and Mouth Disease Test Kit (for animal use)
Giardia (GIA) Test Kit (for animal use)
Leukemia Test Kit (for animal use)
Marek’s Disease Test Kit (for animal use)
Newcastle Disease Test Kit (for animal use)
Ovine Peste Des Petits Ruminants (PPRV) Test Kit
Parvovirus (PV) Test Kit
Porcine Pseudorabies Test Kit
Salmonella Test Kit
Toxoplasma Gondii (TOXO) IgG/IgM Test Kit
Tuberculose Test Kit
Veterinary rapid diagnostic test kits by AdvaCare Pharma.


  • 9001
    Quality Management
  • 14001
    Environmental Management
  • 45001
    Occupational Health and Safety


  • GMP
  • ISO
  • COPP
  • FSC
  • COA
  • COO


  • VICH Dossier
  • Site Master File
  • Bioequivalence (BE) Studies

Manufacturing Locations

  • China, India, United States
*Regulatory compliance may vary according to production standard, import requirements and/or manufacturing origin.
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See why we are a trusted manufacturer of veterinary medications and pet supplements.

AdvaCare veterinary products are marketed by our distributors knowing that efficacy is assured. Such confidence in our products has made AdvaCare the market leader in countries where reliable, cost-effective livestock medications and pet supplements are in high demand.

Dr. C. Wagner

Veterinary Advisory Board

What are Veterinary Rapid Tests?

Veterinary rapid tests are specialized kits designed to detect and diagnose a range of health issues and diseases in animals. These tests offer quick and accurate results and can be used on a variety of animals, from livestock to household pets, ensuring timely interventions for improved animal health.

Veterinary rapid tests play an essential role in preventive healthcare for animals. Regular testing can help detect diseases in their early stages, allowing for prompt treatment and better outcomes. These tests can also be used to monitor the overall health of an animal, track the progress of a disease, or confirm the effectiveness of a treatment regimen.

These tests can be used in various settings, including veterinary clinics, farms, and animal shelters. Some rapid tests are designed for field use, enabling rapid on-site testing and immediate treatment decisions. These field tests are particularly valuable for livestock management, as they allow for quick identification and isolation of infected animals, preventing the spread of diseases within the herd.

Rapid tests for animals come in various forms, including blood tests, fecal tests, and skin tests. They can detect a wide range of diseases, including infectious diseases, parasitic infestations, and metabolic disorders. Some tests can be conducted using simple tools, while others require specialized equipment. The choice of test depends on the animal's species, age, health history, and the specific symptoms or concerns.

What are Veterinary Rapid Tests used for?

What is the purpose of using Veterinary Rapid Tests?

Veterinary rapid tests promptly detect and diagnose a range of health issues and diseases. These tests facilitate early interventions, leading to improved treatment outcomes and overall animal health. They also help monitor animal populations for potential outbreaks, ensuring the safety of both livestock and pets.

How often should animals undergo diagnostic testing?

Regular diagnostic testing schedules vary based on the animal's species, age, and potential exposure to diseases. While some animals might need frequent checks, others might require occasional screening.

Are there any side effects associated with these tests?

Most veterinary rapid tests are non-invasive and present minimal risks. However, some tests might cause minor discomfort, and it's essential to handle animals gently and with care during the process.

Can owners or carers administer Veterinary Rapid Tests themselves?

While some tests are designed for on-site or home use, it's advisable to consult with a veterinarian for accurate results and proper interpretation. Misreading results can lead to misdiagnosis and incorrect treatments.

How reliable are rapid diagnostic tests for animals?

Rapid diagnostic tests are designed to provide quick results, and their accuracy varies. It's essential to choose high-quality kits and follow the manufacturer's instructions carefully for reliable outcomes.

Types of Veterinary Rapid Tests

  • Blood Tests can reveal a lot about an animal's health, from detecting infections and assessing organ function to checking for the presence of certain diseases.
  • Parasite Tests are specifically designed to detect parasites in animals, commonly used to identify worms, ticks, fleas, and mites.
  • Virology Tests are used to identify viral infections by detecting the presence of viral particles or the animal's immune response to a virus.
  • Bacteriology Tests identify bacterial infections by isolating and studying the bacteria present in sample tissues or fluids.
  • Serology Tests detect antibodies in an animal's serum, indicating exposure to certain pathogens or the effectiveness of vaccinations.
  • Urine Tests are useful for assessing the health of an animal's kidneys and urinary system, and for detecting diseases like diabetes.
  • Skin Tests are employed to diagnose allergies, fungal infections, or other skin-related conditions.
  • Biopsies involve taking a small tissue sample to examine under a microscope, which can help diagnose cancer and other diseases.
  • Fecal Tests are used to check for the presence of digestive tract parasites or other digestive system diseases.

Why are we a quality Veterinary Rapid Tests manufacturer?

In the field of veterinary health, AdvaCare Pharma excels at the manufacture of Veterinary Rapid Tests, intertwining top-tier quality with affordability. Our vast range of more than 250 veterinary products, inclusive of 30+ veterinary rapid tests, speaks volumes of the trust we've gained by distributors, veterinarians and livestock farmers. We're capable to craft animal healthcare solutions, not only to treat but also to detect conditions, that meet the tailored needs of every market.

Strategically-located manufacturing units of veterinary rapid tests in China, India and the USA strictly follow CE and ISO quality standards. Backed by continuous internal and third-party inspections, the quality of our veterinary rapid tests reflect our devotion to manufacturing premium quality products. We are the embodiment of trust and reliability.

Our veterinary rapid test product line is a testament to the diversity of animal health needs. From veterinary diagnostic tests to veterinary syringes and PPE, our commitment is crystal-clear – ensuring that livestock and pet owners get access to reliable products.