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|05-28-2013 09:34 PM|
Let's put it this way, according to her BioPet profile, Ilka's DNA is a mixture of 37-74% Bulldog, 20-36% Italian Greyhound, and 10-19% each American Staffordshire Terrier and Collie. Um, yeah. See any Bulldog?
Ilka's new collar 006 by RosemaryBE, on Flickr
CAT & Sealy, TX 3-30&31- 2013 040 by RosemaryBE, on Flickr
|05-28-2013 01:43 PM|
|wildo||I don't know how the DNA test works, and I didn't claim to know. I see that the "professional" version also includes "type" in the results while the cheaper home version does not. Perhaps they found a way to differentiate them. I have no idea... The list could simply mean that those breeds are identifiable. If Groens and Tervs differ only based on their coat length and color- then I see no reason why one wouldn't be able to identify it based on DNA- the same DNA that controls coat length and color...|
|05-28-2013 01:37 PM|
Here you can even see them bred together, which can be done in other countries.
|05-28-2013 01:33 PM|
He looks a lot like Ossie. I always called this color 'fawn'.
|05-28-2013 01:30 PM|
|wildo||The picture is over exposed. He's more red than blonde- though he's not dark like KNPV Mals.|
|05-28-2013 01:21 PM|
|05-28-2013 01:19 PM|
I would spend my money on a DNA test for the MDR1 mutation before anything else DNA related.
Test your Dog for the mutant MDR1 gene. Information from the VCPL at Washington State University.
I would certainly want to know if any emergency drugs or critical care drugs would be able to kill my companion. Not to mention heartworm preventative.
|05-28-2013 01:10 PM|
|Liesje||I want to try with Indy but don't have $80|
|05-28-2013 01:05 PM|
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|05-28-2013 01:02 PM|
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