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An EIC update

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Here is the EIC table for breeding implications

Clear Dogs: no copies of the mutation

bred to a clear dog: 100% of pups clear.

bred to a carrier: 50% of pups clear, 50% of pups carriers.

bred to an affected: 100% of pups will be carriers.

Carrier Dogs: one copy of the mutation

bred to a clear dog: 50%of pups clear, 50% of pups carriers.

bred to a carrier: 25% of pups clear, 50% of pups carriers, 25% of pups affected.

bred to an affected: 50% of pups carriers, 50% of pups affected.

Affected Dogs: two copies of the mutation(breeding is not recommended)

bred to a clear dog: 100% of pups will be carriers.

bred to a carrier: 50% of pups carriers, 50% of pups affected.

bred to an affected: 100% of pups affected.

Hope this helps some of you who are thinking about doing a breeding. Please, Please do your research on your stud and that of your own female before you do anything.

HUNTING IS ALMOST HERE!!!!!!!

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Here is the EIC table for breeding implications

Clear Dogs: no copies of the mutation

bred to a clear dog: 100% of pups clear.

bred to a carrier: 50% of pups clear, 50% of pups carriers.

bred to an affected: 100% of pups will be carriers.

Carrier Dogs: one copy of the mutation

bred to a clear dog: 50%of pups clear, 50% of pups carriers.

bred to a carrier: 25% of pups clear, 50% of pups carriers, 25% of pups affected.

bred to an affected: 50% of pups carriers, 50% of pups affected.

Affected Dogs: two copies of the mutation(breeding is not recommended)

bred to a clear dog: 100% of pups will be carriers.

bred to a carrier: 50% of pups carriers, 50% of pups affected.

bred to an affected: 100% of pups affected.

Hope this helps some of you who are thinking about doing a breeding. Please, Please do your research on your stud and that of your own female before you do anything.

HUNTING IS ALMOST HERE!!!!!!!

This info comes from Dr. Susan Taylor DVM, DACVIM, one of the inventors of the EIC test.

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I just had my female in on Monday drawing blood for the eic test.It can take up to 21 days to get results back.

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