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Bellylabs Pregnancy Test For Dogs - easy, safe and fast!

Developed with veterinarians and breeders

Test from the comfort of your home

96 % accuracy*

Get results 28 days after ovulation**

Bellylabs Pregnancy Test For Dogs

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96 % accuracy*Results within 10-15 minutesFor the best accuracy, test 28 days post-ovulation**Money-Back Guarantee

No needles, no stress, accurate results

We at Bellylabs want to make life easier for both you and your dog. Our test kit includes everything you need to perform the pregnancy test at home in just 10 minutes – with a 96 % accuracy rate.

Bellylabs Dog Pregnancy Test is the best selling early detection rapid dog pregnancy test kit for home use. The test is intended to determine pregnancy in a bitch as well as to distinguish between pseudopregnancy and a real gestation. The test measures relaxin hormone which is a reliable indication of dog pregnancy. To reach best accuracy of 96 % it is recommended that the test is performed no earlier than 28 days post-ovulation. There is no harm in testing earlier, but there might not be enough hormone for a reliable detection yet.


Based on years of research, developed with vets and breeders

The test is an early detection dog pregnancy rapid test for home use. The product is based on Bellylabs' own research, antibodies and technology.

Production in Finland, Europe at a CE, ISO 13485:2016 & EC certified factory.

International PCT patent pending.


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*96% accuracy as compared to a confirmed medical diagnosis (ultrasound), study involving 70 tests.

**Performing a progesterone test before mating can help determine the exact timing of ovulation and address variations in gestation days.