The first smart at-home
Urine Test for Dogs

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How it works

Collect

Collect a urine sample easily and hygienic directly with the test cup.

Scan

The Pezz test app makes urinalysis at home as simple as taking a photo.

Report

Get digital results and actionable insights within minutes.

You know your dog best

However, diseases of the kidney and urinary tract are usually well advanced by the time a dog feels pain and shows symptoms. The best example is kidney failure. It is only when 70% of kidney function has been lost that signs become visible.

The earlier the problem is detected, the easier, faster and cheaper it is to treat. Regular Pezz Urine Tests give you information to take proactive measures for early detection, intervention and treatment.

You know your dog best

However, diseases of the kidney and urinary tract are usually well advanced by the time a dog feels pain and shows symptoms. The best example is kidney failure. It is only when 70% of kidney function has been lost that signs become visible.

The earlier the problem is detected, the easier, faster and cheaper it is to treat. Regular Pezz Urine Tests give you information to take proactive measures for early detection, intervention and treatment.

Easy-to-use,
at-home test kit.

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Easy-to-use,
at-home test kit.

Urine test cup

The urine testing cup makes the kit the simplest and most hygienic method of collecting an uncontaminated urine sample ever. The cups come with our embedded ISO-certified urine test strips embedded and are made from bioplastic. Each urine testing cup can only be used once to avoid any residual sample invalidating the result. The cup’s packaging must only be opened when you are ready to use it.

Handle

Our telescopic handle, made from eco-friendly cardboard, means there’s no sneaking, bending down or getting dog urine on your hands. The convenient handle can be used between two and three times.

Pezz App

Testing at home is as simple as taking a photo. Every result is reviewed by our experts within a few hours and you get easy, clear results straight to your smartphone. You can download the app for free in the Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

Don’t just take our
word for it…

„Most importantly: Dex is perfectly healthy! Nevertheless, the test will be a regular part of our household in the future.“

Markus & Dex

„I have to say, I am thrilled. Flummi has a small deviation, so I will repeat the test again in a few days.“

Kerstin & Flummi

„Of course, a check-up by a Vet offers more security, but I find the test ideal for testing for irregularities in between.“

Claudia & Lady

Dogs hide pain.
Let the urine do the talking.

Urine test strips are one of the main screening tools used by vets when it comes to renal or urinary tract diseases. Now you can use the same diagnostic test strips from the comfort of your home.

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7 key wellness parameters

pH

pH

Urine with an acidic or alkaline pH can cause urine crystals and bladder stones to form and harbour bacteria.

Haemoglobin (blood)

Haemoglobin (blood)

Haemoglobin in urine can indicate an infection, inflammation or stones in the bladder or kidneys.

Protein

Protein

A high protein count may be a sign of kidney disease or bacterial infection.

Glucose (sugar)

Glucose (sugar)

Glucose present in urine can be a warning sign for diabetes mellitus, cancer and poisoning-related kidney damage.

Ketones

Ketones

Large quantities of ketones can indicate diabetes and fever, among other disorders.

Specific Gravity

Specific Gravity

The specific gravity is used for approximate estimation of water balance and kidney function.

Leukocytes

Leukocytes

Leukocytes in larger quantities can indicate inflammatory diseases of the kidneys or the urinary tract.

The most advanced
dog urine test

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Special urine test strips for dogs

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Results checked by experts

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Digital results and actionable insights

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Only usable for 3 months after opening

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Nitrit & Bilirubin are no suitable indicators for dogs

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Results complicated to read, no explanation of terminology

Turn your smartphone
into a portable lab

Turn your smartphone
into a portable lab

Know what to do with a single click

Don't worry - we won't overwhelm you with latin definitions you need to google first to understand. If a parameter exceeds the threshold, the Pezz app will guide you through the actions you should take and alert you if you need to go to the dogtor.

Valuable insights in five steps

Doing a health check has never been easier. Follow the steps with our pawesome illustrations in the Pezz app. 95% of our customers complete the test within 5 minutes.

Frequently asked questions

Here are some questions we usually get about Pezz. If you would like yours answered, please contact us.

What makes the Pezz Urine Test kit different from the usual urine test strips?

Firstly, it’s by far the simplest and most hygienic way of collecting a urine sample in the history of urine tests. Secondly, the sterile testing cup stops the sample from becoming contaminated, which is one of the most common causes of inaccurate results. Our app’s digital analysis enables us to see the context of the parameters and give you recommendations based on real data. Of course, you can view the results any time in your app.

Why should I regularly test my dog’s urine?

Kidney and urinary tract disorders usually stay undetected for a long time. For example, by the time the first symptoms of CKD start to show, 70% of the kidneys have already been damaged. Our ISO-certified urine test strips enable you to spot signs of kidney and urinary tract disorders as well as diabetes from the urine sample, long before dogs start to feel pain and show symptoms.

What is a rapid, semi-quantitative urinalysis?

A rapid, semi-quantitative urinalysis detects various substances in urine such as haemoglobin, protein and glucose. Compared to a screening test that can only differentiate between negative and positive, semi-quantitative urinalysis can provide a rough estimate of how much of the substance there is. However, only a quantitative test in a laboratory can tell you the exact amount. Due to the cost and time it takes to use quantitative tests for urinalysis, veterinary practices and veterinary clinics very rarely use them for routine check-ups.

How can I train my dog to let me perform the test?

If your dog doesn’t like to be disturbed when going for a pee, and the urine test isn’t urgent, you can prime your dog for the test using our training guide.
1. Put your dog on a lead. Approaching your dog too quickly or touching your dog while it's peeing often causes the dog to stop. If you have your dog on a lead, then it establishes a set distance between you two.
2.It's also worth rewarding your dog as often as possible if it trains well. When you next go for a walk, approach your dog slowly as soon as it looks like it wants to pee. Then give it a small reward!
3.Always bring along the handle during the training phase and keep showing it and holding it out to your dog. Gradually bring the telescopic handle closer and closer over time until it touches the dog. Don't forget to reward your dog once this is done! The aim is to get your dog used to the handle and cup.

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Kleo, Diego and thousands other dogs and cats are already regularly tested by their owners.

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