DoggyBiome™ Oral Health Test

Our Oral Health Test analyzes the bacteria in your dog’s mouth to assess their oral health. Poor oral health can cause bad breath, gum disease, tooth loss, and other health issues. The kit contains two tests, so you can evaluate your dog’s oral health before and after a dental cleaning or other intervention.
$125.00

Products are usually delivered in 3-7 days.

Product Overview How it Works What's Inside Reviews

DoggyBiome™ Oral Health Test is an easy, at-home test that analyzes the bacteria in your dog's mouth and helps you evaluate the effectiveness of an oral health intervention, such as tooth brushing, oral prebiotics, or dental cleanings.

  • Provides a report to help you understand the current status of your dog's oral microbiome.
  • Allows you to compare your dog’s oral bacterial community before and after an oral health intervention, such as a dental cleaning.
  • Tells you whether your current oral health regimen is working or an appointment with your veterinarian is recommended.
  • Science-backed by AnimalBiome, a leader in microbiome research for pet health.

Test #1 (before): Before an oral intervention (such as a dental cleaning), use one of the swabs provided in the kit to swab the outside of your dog’s gumline on the top and bottom of your dog's mouth. Break off the swab in the “before” tube, and keep that tube in a safe place.


Oral health intervention: Try an oral health intervention, such as tooth brushing, TEEF! drinkable prebiotic, or dental cleanings. Use it for at least 14 days.


Test #2 (after): Collect another sample after at least 14 days after your oral intervention. Swab your dog’s gumline as before, and break off the swab in the “after” tube.


Send both (“before” and “after”) sample tubes to AnimalBiome using the pre-addressed mailer (prepaid shipping included within the US).

You will receive a report in about 4 weeks.


The at-home Oral Health Test kit contains two tests. And everything you need, including step-by-step instructions.

  • Gloves
  • Sample tubes
  • Swabs
  • Return mailer
  • Test kit box

Customer Reviews

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M Stlaurent
Overabundance of Brevundimonas in our pup that has Oral Melanoma

While many groups of bacteria associated with Periodontal Disease were present in low amounts, one was elevated: Brevundimonas, a group which has been associated with more refractory cases of Periodontal Disease in humans In addition, two groups of bacteria considered pathobionts were elevated: Acinetobacter and Proteus, both of which are problematic groups. Overabundance of Brevundimonas One of several species of microorganisms which have been identified as having a natural melanogenic capacity (complex process by which the pigment melanin is produced in melanosomes by melanocytes). Is an overabundance of Brevundimonas a biomarker for Melanoma?

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Rosemary Donahoe
Just a dab will do!

I have 3 chihuahuas that are seniors. I really think that Teef has been helpful with their breath. It’s easy to do and they don’t even know it’s in their water! I had already started using before this offer came and was happy to find it at one of my favorite sites.

DoggyBiome™ Oral Health Test is an easy, at-home test that analyzes the bacteria in your dog's mouth and helps you evaluate the effectiveness of an oral health intervention, such as tooth brushing, oral prebiotics, or dental cleanings.

  • Provides a report to help you understand the current status of your dog's oral microbiome.
  • Allows you to compare your dog’s oral bacterial community before and after an oral health intervention, such as a dental cleaning.
  • Tells you whether your current oral health regimen is working or an appointment with your veterinarian is recommended.
  • Science-backed by AnimalBiome, a leader in microbiome research for pet health.

Frequently Asked Questions

When is the best time to take an oral sample from my dog?

The best time to collect a sample is first thing in the morning, before feeding your dog. Food particles can contaminate the sample and make the results less accurate.

Still have questions? Please visit our help center or contact us. We are happy to work with you and/or your veterinarian.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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(1)
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M Stlaurent
Overabundance of Brevundimonas in our pup that has Oral Melanoma

While many groups of bacteria associated with Periodontal Disease were present in low amounts, one was elevated: Brevundimonas, a group which has been associated with more refractory cases of Periodontal Disease in humans In addition, two groups of bacteria considered pathobionts were elevated: Acinetobacter and Proteus, both of which are problematic groups. Overabundance of Brevundimonas One of several species of microorganisms which have been identified as having a natural melanogenic capacity (complex process by which the pigment melanin is produced in melanosomes by melanocytes). Is an overabundance of Brevundimonas a biomarker for Melanoma?

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Rosemary Donahoe
Just a dab will do!

I have 3 chihuahuas that are seniors. I really think that Teef has been helpful with their breath. It’s easy to do and they don’t even know it’s in their water! I had already started using before this offer came and was happy to find it at one of my favorite sites.