DISCLOSURES of 

GENETIC DISORDERS

 

NAD & PRA1 TESTING :

BOTH TESTS NOW AVALIBLE TOGETHER !

Many of you have asked when you would be able to test your dogs for NAD and PRA1 at the same laboratory. We are pleased to announce that you can now do just that! And you have multiple choices of laboratories in several countries. Two of the laboratories (Biofocus and Paw Print Genetics) are not quite ready to offer the NAD DNA test, but will be doing so very soon. For your convenience, we have compiled a list of those laboratories that offer (or will soon offer) both NAD and PRA1 DNA testing for Papillons and Phalénes. We have also included their regular price for the test. Most of the laboratories offer various discounts (seasonal discounts, flash sales, combination discounts, club discounts, health clinics, litter discounts, etc.), which you can learn about from their websites or by contacting the laboratory directly. All of these laboratories will provide DNA test kits and prepaid return shipping with your order, unless otherwise noted.

 

Here is an alphabetical list : 

NAD & PRA1 TESTING

 

Two of the laboratories (Biofocus and Paw Print Genetics) are not quite ready to offer the NAD DNA test, but will be doing so very soon. For your convenience, we have compiled a list of those laboratories that offer (or will soon offer) both NAD and PRA1 DNA testing for Papillons and Phalénes. We have also included their regular price for the test. Most of the laboratories offer various discounts (seasonal discounts, flash sales, combination discounts, club discounts, health clinics, litter discounts, etc.), which you can learn about from their websites or by contacting the laboratory directly. All of these laboratories will provide DNA test kits and prepaid return shipping with your order, unless otherwise noted

PAPILLON CATARACT INFO FORM
CATARACT FORM

With DNA based tests, we will eventually eliminate the disease while preserving those desirable attributes that make up our Papillons.

            

   While Papillons are generally a healthy breed, there are known genetic problems that affect

   some individuals.

   The goal of this Committee is to enlighten the breeding community and the general

   public about the types of problems that can occur, in the hopes we can all work

   together to reduce their incidence. 

 PCA Health & Genetic Committee       

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