GenSol September Bulk Sale starts September 22nd and will end on September 27th at midnight, EDT.
- Fast, Accurate, Affordable Canine Genetic Testing
- September 22nd – September 27th
- 5+ Tests $25 Each ~ 1-4 Tests $30 Each!
- No Limits, No Exclusions
- Stock Up and SAVE!
How It Works
GenSolDx.com offers a multitude of disease, coat type and coat color genetic tests for your dog. We recommend that you look up your breed on our convenient breed search tool. Searching specifically for your breed will ensure that you are choosing the right test for your breed.
All orders placed before 3:00 pm EDT are shipped the same day. We are experiencing significant delays with the USPS delivery. We offer Priority and Priority Express shipping if you are in a rush.
Once you receive your kits, simply log in to our Customer Account Manager to register your samples. Collect your dog’s DNA with our noninvasive soft swab from the inside of your dog’s cheek. We have an easy to follow video showing you how.
Once we receive your samples in our lab, you will receive an email from our lab indicating that your samples have arrived. Results are typically available within 24-48 hours.
Your result certificate will be emailed to you upon completion, and is available on your Account Manager.
Why Choose GenSol?
- Buy in bulk and save – as low as $25 per test during our monthly sales
- Rapid results – 24 to 48 hours after arriving at the lab
- Test kits never expire – stock up and save
- Flexible – test kits can be used for any test we offer
- Online Account Manager – share results with clients/potential puppy buyers
- Easy access to test information available at www.gensoldx.com
- Friendly and knowledgeable customer service via phone, email or LiveChat
- In the U.S 844-369-3686 ~ International Calls 706-782-1327
GenSol Celebrates National Service Dog Month
September is dedicated to National Service Dog Month to help raise awareness and show appreciation for the extraordinary work service canines do every day for their handlers. It is important to honor these hard-working pups as they dedicate their lives to helping their human companions.
According to Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), a service canine is defined as a dog that has been individually trained to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability. ADA allows service dogs to accompany people in public areas where dogs are typically not allowed, if the dog is under control by its owner.