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Oral Health Test

Oral Health Test

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Introducing our revolutionary Canine Oral Health DNA Test, an innovative solution designed to unlock the mysteries hidden within your dog's oral microbiome. This cutting-edge test offers a comprehensive analysis, providing invaluable insights into the health and well-being of your beloved pet.


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Three Easy Steps

It's as simple as that!

  • 1. Collect Sample

    We ship you an easy to use swab to collect saliva samples from your dog. You can see a video of the collection process.

  • 2. Register + Mail

    Just follow the included instructions and return the collected sample by mail in the pre-paid packaging your test came in.

  • 3. Review Results

    Within four weeks, you'll receive a comprehensive report outlining your furry friend's age and personality characteristics.

What this test Reveals

Oral Health

Deep Insight into Oral Health:

Understand the complex ecosystem residing in your dog's mouth, including beneficial and harmful bacteria. This test helps identify specific strains that may contribute to common issues like plaque buildup, gum disease, and bad breath, empowering you with the knowledge to take preventative measures.

What does the oral microbiome test reveal?

Our test measures the presence of hundreds of bacteria that are found in a dog's mouth.  We track how the composition of these bacteria changes between young healthy dogs and older dogs that suffer from oral inflammation, such as gingivitis.  We then report a health score of your dog's oral microbiome as well as six specific bacteria that may be contributing to gingivitis and other oral health complications.

Here is more information about the six specific bacteria we report:

Porphyromonas gingivalis (P. gingivalis): A major causative agent in the initiation and progression of severe forms of periodontal disease. Minimizing P. gingivalis is beneficial for your dog’s oral health. (Nomura et. al., 2020)

Campylobacter sp. RM16192: Campylobacter has been associated with the initiation and progression of severe forms of periodontal disease. Minimizing Campylobacter is beneficial for your dog’s oral health. (Nomura et. al., 2020)

Porphyromonas crevioricanis (P. cangingivalis):  P. cangingivalis is the most prevalent canine oral bacterial species in both plaque from healthy gingiva and plaque from dogs with early periodontitis. Minimizing P. cangingivalis is beneficial for your dog’s oral health. (O’Flynn et. al., 2015) 

Conchiformibius steedae (C. steedae): C. steedae was found to be more abundant in dogs with healthier teeth compared to dogs less healthy teeth based on amount of plaque and abundance of oral diseases in dogs. Increasing the amount of C. steedae is beneficial for your dog’s oral health. (Wallis et. al., 2021) 

Moraxella osloensis (M. osloensis): Our database has indicated that M. osloensis is associated with younger dogs and increasing the amount of M. osloensis is beneficial for your dog’s oral health.

Rothia aeria (R. aeria): R. aeria has been shown to protect against, and even fight plaque growth. Our database has also found that the abundance of R. aeria tends to decrease with age. Therefore, increasing the amount of R. aeria is beneficial for your dog’s oral health. (Mazurel et. al., 2023) 

* All bacteria listed above were determined to be associated with age by a recent study by ProsperK9. As expected, the 3 bacteria you want to minimize tend to increase with age, and the 3 bacteria you want to have

Personalized Care

Personalized Care Recommendations:

Based on your dog's unique microbiome profile, receive tailored advice on dental hygiene practices, diet modifications, and professional care requirements. Enhance your dog's oral health and overall well-being with customized solutions that go beyond one-size-fits-all approaches.

Early Detection for Preventative Care:

Our test serves as an early warning system, identifying potential oral health issues before they escalate into serious problems. By addressing concerns at their root, you can avoid costly treatments and ensure your dog leads a happier, healthier life.

More Information

Easy and Non-invasive:

The collection process is simple and stress-free for both you and your pet. A gentle swab from your dog's mouth is all it takes to gather the necessary samples, making this a convenient option for regular health monitoring.

Backed by Science:

Developed by leading veterinarians and microbiologists, our test is grounded in the latest scientific research. Trust in a product that is not only innovative but also scientifically validated.


What's Included in the test kit?

Product Includes:

  • Easy-to-use oral swab kit.
  • Detailed instructions for sample collection.
  • Comprehensive report with your dog's microbiome analysis.
  • Personalized recommendations for improving and maintaining oral health.

How do you collect samples from your dog?

We ship you an easy to use swab to collect saliva samples from your dog. You can see a video of the collection process.

Who is this test ideal for?

  • Pet owners seeking to maintain or improve their dog's oral health.
  • Individuals noticing signs of dental issues in their pets, such as bad breath or discomfort.
  • Dog owners interested in personalized care and preventative health strategies.

How will the results be reported?

We will provide your dog's report by email.

How long will it take to receive the test results?

We will send your results within 4-6 weeks.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Cindy F.
Oral Test Was An Eye Opener!

Our dog's oral test results came back from Prosper K9. On a scale of 1-10, he scored a 2 which is terrible. They were able to isolate the three bad bacteria that cause periodontal disease in dogs. One was medium, two were high, not good. The two main good bacteria he scored low on the quantity of these beneficial oral strains. Again not good. We adopted him a year ago, when he were told he was 1. The other ProsperK9 age test places him more in the age range of 3. I'm hoping once I share this report with our vet he can do some dental treatments to get his oral health back to a healthier state. One of the bad bacteria he scored of concern, P. Gulae is especially concerning because it can be transmitted to humans, no kisses for now. Also, it's been linked to mitral valve regurgitation disease according to one study. That condition can cause dogs heart murmurs and in time congestive hear failure. Our vet has his work cut out for him. We are so very glad to have this information because it's so important to see if we can improve not only his oral health now and in the future but prevent any health conditions to develop as he gets older. This is such an important vital test to the overall wellness for your pet.

Kacie Vance
Saved our pup!!

From around the age of 9 months out jack Russell had dental problems. From decaying teeth to teeth not coming in that were suppose to. After getting this test we found out so many answers we had been searching for. We also found solutions!! Our dog is now 3 and absolutely thriving. I recommend these tests to anyone who has a pet!!