Why test with us?
Once we have determined your pet’s DEPOHGEN™ genotype at WSU, veterinary pharmacologist Dr. Michael Court, who discovered the DEPOH genetic mutation, can work with you and your veterinarian through our online portal to determine the best course of action if your pet might need antifibrinolytic drug treatment.
Step 1. Order a DEPOHGEN™ test for your dog
Step 2. Collect a cheek swab sample
After receiving the test kit in the mail, please read all instructions before collecting the sample.
Take sample in the morning before your pet has eaten or wait at least 30 minutes after the pet has eaten. Sample must be free from food particles.
Step 3. Label paper backing of the cheek swab sleeve
Step 4. Ship the cheek swab sample
Send to one of the following shipping addresses:
US Postal Service
PO Box 609
Pullman, WA 99163-0609
1855 Grimes Way, Bustad 250B
Pullman, WA 99164