Best For Pets
Best For Vets
Best For All
American Veterinary Medical Foundation
American Animal Hospital Association
Canadian Vet Association
How To Use
Cart is empty...
Frequently Asked Questions
How long can a sample be stored in the PARATEST
A fecal sample can be stored up to 15 days (upright) at room temperature.
How much fecal sample is required?
Two grams (equal to two cones of solid stool or six spoons of loose stool) is needed to conduct the test.
Can I throw away a used PARATEST
vial in the trash?
Please follow your local and state regulations.
How does PARATEST
compare to the competition such as fecal flotation, sedimentation, etc?
has shown equivalency in the fixing of common helminths, protozoa, and flukes. Other highlights include: no centrifugation required, 15-minute processing time, and a completely self-contained system.
Can the first drop of the fixed sample be discarded?
It is recommended to always read the first drop. For confirmation, the second drop can also be read.
Where can I find instructions for use?
Instructions for use can be found on
Can I use the vial for any concentration method?
The vial is specifically designed for use with the ECO Greenfix
Can I wash the vial out and use it again?
Never reuse the PARATEST
be used for occult blood examination?
No, the ECO Greenfix
fixative solution is not suitable for fecal occult blood analysis.