specimen-receipt report

If you have not signed up already, please contact to set up the specimen-receipt report for your clinic.  This report is auto-emailed to your clinic as soon as cases are logged into our LIMS.  The report includes the AHL case #, samples received, submitter and invoicing information, owner/animal identifiers, case history, and tests ordered (including TAT).  This handy feature enables clients to verify that the correct information and tests have been logged for each case.

40-tube blood mailers

AHL now has 40-tube blood mailers available for purchase at $3/box.  Ensure the survival of your specimens by shipping them in a sturdy container! AHL now has larger histology containers to accommodate various tissue sizes, 125 mL-$2.00, 250 mL-$3.00, and 500 mL-$4.00, email to order!

AHL and GlobalVetLink (EquusLink)

AHL has just finished participating in a trial with CFIA and GlobalVetLink (EquusLink), and was the pilot laboratory in Canada for this exciting new service. We thank the CFIA for taking up this initiative.


Learn more at EquusLINK


Advantages of this product include:

In-house milk bacteriology testing

Does your clinic do in-house bovine lab testing? AHL is currently offering any clinic in Ontario performing bovine in-house lab work (specifically milk bacteriology) an in-person consultation to review quality assurance practices within your clinic, and testing of split milk samples to strengthen your in-clinic testing.  This service is provided at no charge to the clinic until summer of 2017, and is funded through the Ontario Disease Surveillance Program (DSP).  Take advantage of this excellent service today but contacting Josie Given at 54320 or

AHL security maintenance on Labvantage Server

AHL  will be performing important security maintenance on the Labvantage Server Monday September 5th from 6:00am to 8:00am.

Remote access to our Labvantage LIMS will be unavailable during this time.

We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause.

Have a great Labour Day weekend!

Jim Fairles

Client Services Veterinarian 

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