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You may be requested to bring in a fresh fecal (stool) sample. You should collect this no more 8 hours before your visit. Samples should be about the size of a golf ball and free of yard waste or other contaminants. You can collect the sample by turning a small plastic bag inside out and using it as a 'glove' to collect the fresh specimen. Samples which have been frozen or otherwise exposed to extreme temperatures will not be viable.
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For your safety, and your pet's safety, we ask that all cats arrive in carriers, and all dogs be on leash.