Samson Success Story


Dr. Rasor, practicing in an AAHA hospital, likes Vet-Tab. "Owners see when the pet patient’s blood sugar is persistently high and the dog needs to see a veterinarian."

One of her clients, Rocky, didn’t monitor the glucose of his diabetic dog, Samson, because Rocky struggled with lancing Sampson to use a portable blood glucose meter.

Dr. Rasor recommended Rocky use Vet-Tab to painlessly test Samson’s saliva to determine his glucose. The chart below of Samson’s at-home test data shows that his glucose was going up, an insight not previously available to either Rocky or Dr. Rasor. After seeing this data, Rocky scheduled a visit with Dr. Rasor to examine Samson and help get him better regulated. Dr. Rasor also discussed the complications of diabetes that Samson might suffer, like cataracts, that Rocky should keep an eye out for.


Vet-Tab is a win/win/win solution. Samson is healthier. Rocky didn't have to lance Samson to determine his glucose. Monitoring Vet-Tab resulted in an office visit to Dr. Rasor when Rocky needed her assistance.

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Currently, pets on regular and high doses of medications with antioxidant behavior including a L-Tyroxine and 4 drugs treating anti-anxiety, pain, seizure, or aggression or those dogs with dry mouths are not good candidates for Vet-Tab. The app will work when you are wifi connected on most iPhone and Androids with operating systems of 6 and higher. Contact us with questions at [email protected].