PetTest Meter Kit

$58.49 $49.95
You save: $8.54


Advocate PetTest is a system designed to aid in the treatment of Canine and Feline Diabetes. Always consult with your pet’s veterinarian prior to starting new treatments. Advocate makes no recommendations on treatment options and is solely a system for measuring Blood Glucose levels in dogs and cats.


  • No Coding Required
  • Accurate & Precise Results
  • Smallest Sample Size Needed (0.3mcL)
  • Positive Visual Confirmation of Species Tested
  • Extremely Easy to Use
  • 400 Test Memory
  • One-Button Switch Between Dogs & Cats
  • 7, 14, and 28 Day Averages
  • Test Results in Five (5) Seconds
  • FREE Downloadable Data Management system (Great for providing real data to your veterinarian!)

Kit includes: Meter; Carrying Case; 25 PetTest Strips; 25 Twist Top Lancets; Control Solution; Lancing Device; (2) AA Batteries; plus NEW! Instructional DVD User’s Guide.

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42 Reviews

Anne Marie Rodgers Jul 23rd 2019

Pet Test Glucometer

I love that I don't have to code this meter to the strips! I also love how fast it returns a result, and the ease of filling the test strip. I double-tested for several days using my old meter and this new one, and I found this one runs a little higher than my other one, but I plan to go forward with this one because I like it so much. Also did a price comparison and the test strips are very reasonable if you use discount codes.

Denise Jun 14th 2019

pet test meter

I appreciate the thought this meter kit entails, But, it doesn't work for our dog, his blood levels are too high so it doesn't register it in numbers, it only says HIGH. which is completely useless when you are trying to do a curve. I wanted to Love it.

ADVOCATE METERS MODERATOR: Hi Denise, thanks for your rating and feedback. The PetTest Meter is designed to safely and accurately measure blood glucose between the levels of 25 and 600. Anything higher than 600 we would not be able to promise as accurate, since the meter is not calibrated for levels that high. Levels above 600 may also require veterinarian care.

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