Idexx Labritories

Important notice:

Please note that the real-time pet disease reporting site PetDiseaseReport.com will no longer be available as of Monday, August 10, 2020. IDEXX has worked with the Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) to add results for tests performed in the IDEXX References Laboratories in Canada (in addition to the in-practice results currently included) into the CAPC prevalence maps starting August 6, 2020, without the need for practices to self-report. Please visit capcvet.org to view the interactive maps (select Parasite Prevalence Maps, then select Tick Borne Disease Agents in the drop-down menu on the top left and click on "switch to Canada" on the map display).

Thank you to all our customers who have engaged with the site to help educate their clients on the importance of prevention, early detection and timely response when dealing with infectious diseases.

If you have reported results using PetDiseaseReport.com, we will hold your data until October 31, 2020. If you wish to make a request to receive your reported data, please email CAGCanada-Marketing@idexx.com before September 30, 2020.

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Welcome to the Real-Time Pet Disease Reporting Site

Prevention, early detection and timely response are key when dealing with emerging infectious diseases affecting animals and humans alike.

The Real-Time Pet Disease Reporting website has been designed to offer the Canadian public and the veterinary healthcare profession timely, searchable data, helping to assess the potential risks of infectious diseases. By consistently recording and sharing their test results on this site, Canadian veterinary practices become part of a reporting network of significant infectious diseases within their community. As a result, with current and accurate information, veterinarians can better develop a strategy to protect the well-being of their patients, their clients and their community

Additionally, this site offers animal healthcare professionals and pet owners valuable information about the diseases being tracked.

Veterinarians are encouraged to register and regularly report their test results on the Real-Time Pet Disease Reporting website.