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Order and History Forms

Order and History form for SPOT Platinum allergy test, thyroid panels and/or VacciCheck.

Sample Results Book

Good allergy testing is an investment, which is why all our patients receive personalized result booklets.

The booklet is a perfect reference for pet owners to reference when it comes to their pet’s allergies.  It also provides information, support, and recommendations to ensure they receive the greatest value out of the test.

Sample Treatment Diary

View a sample of the treatment diary that is provided with every treatment set we manufacture, whether sublingual or subcutaneous. Includes: Injection Dosage Schedule, Understanding the Dosage Schedule, Administering Injections, Sublingual Dosage Schedule, Watch for Reactions, Dosing Schedule Ledger and How to Stay Connected with Spectrum Labs.

Symptoms Questionnaire

Complete this form in its entirety to receive scheduled adjustments.

Information Packet

Information Packet containing information about us, testimonials from Spectrum Labs clients, and a bit of information about all our products.

VETERINARIANS: FOR PRICING, PLEASE CALL (800) 553-1391

Initial Injection Protocol

Initial injection protocol for subcutaneous hyposensitization treatment sets.

Results to Prescription

Why wait several days until you have a copy of the results in your hands, then further waste valuable time placing an order if you know ahead of time that you plan to hyposensitize an animal with treatable allergies. Simply indicate your preferences for treatment or request that we call you to discuss your order as soon as your results become available. We will guarantee to begin manufacturing of your set(s) upon completion of testing and ship to you within 3 days*.

Refill Injection Instructions

Instructions for administration of refill vial(s). For animal hyposensitization, restricted to use by or under the supervision of a veterinarian.

Service History Form

Spectrum Labs service and history form, to be completed and sent with every sample to ensure the highest quality testing and treatment.

Sublingual Indications, Usage and Dosage Schedule

Sublingual Immunotherapy indications, usage and dosage schedule information.

Allergy Management Best Practices

How to set your practice, clients, & patients up for success!  This easy to read guide will walk you through all the best practices to fully utilize SPOT Platinum allergy testing and treatment in your clinic and get the best results possible.

Sample Results Book

Good allergy testing is an investment, which is why all our patients receive personalized result booklets.

The booklet is a perfect reference for pet owners to reference when it comes to their pet’s allergies.  It also provides information, support, and recommendations to ensure they receive the greatest value out of the test.

Sample Treatment Diary

View a sample of the treatment diary that is provided with every treatment set we manufacture, whether sublingual or subcutaneous. Includes: Injection Dosage Schedule, Understanding the Dosage Schedule, Administering Injections, Sublingual Dosage Schedule, Watch for Reactions, Dosing Schedule Ledger and How to Stay Connected with Spectrum Labs.

Information Packet

Information Packet containing information about us, testimonials from Spectrum Labs clients, and a bit of information about all our products.

VETERINARIANS: FOR PRICING, PLEASE CALL (800) 553-1391

Allergy Office Poster

This high quality PDF is perfect to print and hang in your clinic’s lobby.

Is Your Pet Scratching?

This PDF trifold brochure covers everything from the common symptoms of allergies to information about food allergies.  Perfect to print and have available in clinic for those patients who would like to know more about pet allergies.

Allergy Treatment Options

Which treatment option is best for your pet, shots or drops?  This brochure trifold will go over the two options and sets proper expectations when proceeding with treatment.

VacciCheck Antibody Titer Test

Spectrum Labs is proud to distribute VacciCheck in the United States.  This brochure goes over what VacciCheck is, how it should be utilized in practice to prevent over and under vaccination consequences.

becSCREEN Bacterial Infection Assay

Spectrum Labs is proud to offer becSCREEN a revolutionary new assay to accurately identify and treat bacterial infections, once and for all. To learn more, download this 8-page brochure about becSCREEN and when it should be utilized.

Thyroid Testing: What You Should Know

Spectrum Labs works with HemoPet to provide thyroid testing in conjunction with allergy testing.  This one page brochure will go over some of the signs and symptoms of hyper and hypothyroidism, the different panels we offer, and why even test to begin with.

Suppression therapies & serum allergy testing
Small Animal Allergy Handout
Equine Allergy Testing

By: Dr. Grant Miller, DVM. For those owners whose horses are plagued with allergies, few
long-term options exist to effectively manage the problem.

Allergen immunotherapy: a practice parameter

Editors: James T. Li, MD, PhD; Richard F. Lockey, MD; I. Leonard Bernstein, MD; Jay M. Portnoy, MD; and Richard A. Nicklas, MD

Allergy Assessment

Throughout its 25-year history Spectrum Labs has been, and remains so, dedicated to providing the highest quality testing and treatment for our clients. This is an overview of quality assurance and control measures for all laboratory operations

Performance Characteristics

Performance characteristics of a monoclonal antibody cocktail-based ELISA for detection of allergen-specific IgE in dogs and comparison with a high affinity IgE receptor-based ELISA Blackwell Publishing Ltd : The purpose of this study was to define the operational and performance characteristics of a commercially available monoclonal antibody based (mac) ELISA for detection of allergen-specific IgE in dogs.

Diagnostic testing of dogs for food hypersensitivity

by: James G. Jeffers VMD; Kevin J. Shanley, DVM; Evelyn K. Meyer, VMD

Clinical signs and diagnosis of canine atopic dermatitis

Canine Atopic Dermatitis (CAD) is the most frequent canine dermatosis. It has been defined by the International Task Force on Canine Atopic Dermatitis ( ITFCAD) as a “genetically predisposed inflammatory and pruritic allergic skin disease with characteristic clinical features associated with IgE antibodies most commonly directed against environmental allergens”[1]. A ITFCAD-revised nomenclature for veterinary allergy also takes into account dogs with clinical signs of atopic dermatitis but no demonstrable allergen-specific IgE (Intradermal tests and/or serology): the term atopic-like dermatitis (ALD) was coined to described this group of dogs[1].

Food Allergies

Article by Amanda Friedeck, BS, CVA in Veterinary Technician for vetlearn.com

IgE in atopic and healthy cats

From Veterinary Dermatology, Serum allergen-specific immunoglobulin E in atopic and healthy cats: comparison of a rapid screening immunoassay and complete-panel analysis.

Pyoderma: Topical and Systemic Treatment

By: Wayne Rosenkrantz – Animal Dermatology Clinics of Southern California, Tustin, San Diego and Marina del Ray, CA, USA

Review of allergen-specific immunotherapy

A review of allergen-specific immunotherapy in human and veterinary medicine, by: Christine Loewenstein and Ralf S. Mueller

Rush Immunotherapy

Evaluation of the safety of an abbreviated course of injections of allergen extracts (rush immunotherapy) for the treatment of dogs with atopic dermatitis, by: Ralf S. Mueller, Dr med vet, and Sonya V. Bettenay, BVSc