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Submitting a sample has never been easier

Ready to submit a sample to Spectrum Veterinary? Good choice. We’ve made getting started as easy as possible. Just follow the simple steps below to send your first sample!

Perform a Blood Draw

  • 3-5 ml of serum is recommended. (1.5 ml absolute minimum)
  • Spin down and pour into the Spectrum approved plastic tubes.
  • If you do not have the plastic tubes, a red top or tiger top will suffice.
  • You can request supplies below or on your order form.
Request Supplies

Complete Submission Forms

  • Please fill out the order and history form found below for each sample you are submitting.
  • If submitting multiple samples, please ensure to properly label samples and corresponding order forms.
Order and History Form

Ship Your Sample

  • Generate and print a prepaid FedEX shipping label, package your sample with the submission forms and ship via FedEX.
  • Please call 1.800.463.3339 or visit to schedule a pick up.
  • Samples do not need to be shipped with dry ice or ice packs and will be sent 2-day express.
  • Send samples to Spectrum Labs at
    2801 S. 35th St. Phoenix, AZ 85034
Generate Shipping Label

Receive Your Results

  • Results will be faxed or emailed 48-hours after receiving the sample.
  • Custom result booklet follows in the mail about 7-10 business days.
  • For help interpreting results and advancing to treatment, call us at 800-553-1391
Sample Results
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