Please download your printout below and follow the instructions.
The following four steps are on the form for you to print and submit with your sample. Please read each step carefully. When you’re ready to take your sample, please ensure you have the following things ready: scissors, a sealable see-through bag, and a pen.Step 1 | Taking The Sample
Using your forefinger and thumb gather 3 or 4 strands and slightly twist the fur together. This will make cutting the hair sample much easier and keep all the hair strand in the same direction.Step 2 | Storing The Sample
Please seal just the hair sample in the see-through bag to ensure it stays dry and secure during transit. Ensure the sample is clearly labelled, write your submission code (displayed on the printed form) and the your pets name on the sample will ensure no delays.
Guidance | We cannot test samples that are loose, or in metal foil or metallic packaging. Please be careful not to include other items in the same bag as your sample as this can affect testing. Each pet's samples will have a code, so ensure that each pet has their code on their sample.
Please print this form for each sample being submitted and cut off the barcode to be enclosed with your sample. Place hair samples in a secure envelope or postage wallet and post to the following address.
Guidance | If you do not have a printer, we can accept your sample as long as it’s clearly labelled with the pets name AND the submission code. Please ensure correct postage is paid; incorrect postage can cause major delays to the processing time. Home To Lab are not liable to pay additional fees, your package may be returned.
Once the sample is posted, it will be sent to the postal hub in your country before being collated in ‘priority medical samples’ postage and sent to the testing facility in the UK; please note this can take to 20-days in some extreme situations. Once received, we will then scan the barcode/enter your submission code, which sends you an email to let you know the sample has arrived. Our lab tech team will then process each sample, and your pets results will be sent via email to the address provided on the digital submission form.
Guidance | It is important to note that bioresonance tests do not make a medical diagnosis nor are they intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice or treatment. If your pet is suffering from or you suspect a medical condition you should consult a qualified vet or practitioner in the first instance.