Call your local County Extension Office for a free tick collecting kit - HERE
FREE and UNLIMITED tick testing for Oklahoma residents from July 1, 2019, through July 1, 2020.
Normally the test costs $50, but for one year Oklahomans can click a tab on the site, enter the code "prepaid" under the "coupon" option and send in their tick for testing free of charge. The tick can be mailed in by any person, their doctor or, for pets, a veterinarian.
Texas Residents ONLY.
Free tick testing.
BAY AREA LYME FOUNDATION
Citizen Scientist Nation wide Tick Study.
FREE TICK TESTING for US Residents.
6 pathogens tested.
Result time will vary.
ARMY PUBLIC HEALTH CENTER
A free tick identification and testing service for ticks removed from Department of Defense personnel and their dependents, provided by the Laboratory Sciences Directorate at the Army Public Health Center.
FREE TICK ID
$15 Tick Testing
We do not offer testing services to individuals located outside of Maine.
We will identify the tick species, life stage, and sex for FREE– and send that information to you (if you include contact information). Then we destroy the tick to use for research. We are studying the relatedness of tick populations around the state and their microbiomes.
The INHS Medical Entomology Lab is not testing ticks for disease agents to return results to individuals right now and **we do not have the means to return ticks** if they are needed for disease agent testing later.
FREE BASIC PANEL FOR PA RESIDENTS
The Pennsylvania Tick Research Lab can analyze your tick, testing for tick-borne diseases.
Order your test online and learn whether you’re at risk before symptoms appear.
National Center for Veterinary Parasitology at Oklahoma State University
The goal of the first phase of the study is to identify the tick species present on dogs & cats across the US.
Each veterinarian (or citizen) who sends in a tick receives an email with information about the species and life stage of the tick and which diseases the species is known to transmit.
FREE BASIC PANEL FOR CT RESIDENTS
The Tick Testing Program at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station was founded in 1990, following years of pioneering Lyme disease research. In 2015, the program was expanded to include testing for two emerging tick-associated pathogens for the first time: Anaplasma phagocytophilum, the causative agent of Human Granulocytic Anaplasmosis, and Babesia microti, the causative agent of Babesiosis, in addition to Borrelia burgdorferi, the causative agent of Lyme disease. Ticks are accepted only from residents of CT, and must be submitted through their local health departments.
UNT Health Science Center
Testing for Borrelia, Ehrlichia, and Rickettsia genera using DNA-based methods.