TNVD is a proud sponsor of the 2019 Canada West Symposium - See you there!
Please be advised that BD has issued a recall on EDTA (LT top) microtainer tubes with lot numbers 8101695, 8128575, 8129645, 8127770, 8129642, and 8290928. If you have these tubes please do not use them. Email us at email@example.com for a replacement.
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True North Veterinary Diagnostics is pleased to sponsor the Antimicrobial Stewardship lectures presented by Dr. Joe Rubin at this year’s CVMA-SBCV Chapter Spring Sunday CE Sessions in Surrey, Victoria, Kelowna and Cranbrook. See you there!
The dark blue top collection containers pictured here do not seal well and are frequently received leaking. We would like to encourage everyone to please submit urine in the orange top containers which we provide, or alternatively a non-additive tube. Thank you!
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Welcome to TNVD’S new website! We thank you for your patience as we work out any glitches that might arise during the transition. We will be updating site regularly- please check back often for the most up-to-date information and pricing.
***You will not be able to access parts of the website under password protection on Sunday, March 17, while password setting are being configured.***
Most send out tests are destined for testing facilities in the U.S. Samples are consolidated along with appropriate documentation and shipment typically occurs on Monday and Wednesday of each week. In order for documentation to be completed, send out requests and/or submissions need to be received by 4pm the day before, which would be Sunday and Tuesday. If you have any questions, please give us a call. Thank you for your cooperation.
We are proud to sponsor the Langley Animal Protection Society’s Free Animal Clinic on March 10, through the provision of free diagnostic services to the pets of homeless and low-income residents.