Of course the testes are not missing, it is more accurately termed retained testicles or as this expert explains, cryptorchidism.
What is the origin of the dog? Was he always a dog? Bedtime stories
and professionals don't know and few agree.
The fatal canine Distress Syndrome gene discovered by Helsinki University found in 2 breeds may help human lung disease research.
Just when you understand phenotype & genotype, there's common sense.
Unlike anything ... dogs did not evolve, it is the only animal that came to us already domesticated
and programmed to serve mankind.
Purebreds that fail to reproduce can be devastating to fixed-goal breeding plans.
A disintegration of the rear leg bone(s), usually found in smaller dogs as opposed to hip dysplasia in large breeds but it is equally as painful.
One of the most understandable articles on the complexities of canine genetics.
Relates inherited factors to breed, helps determine heritable incidence...
DNA mystifies most breeders but this makes a trillion
How breeders can control genes to determine coat, size, color, health.
Did you agree to submit your dog as a test subject?
The sick truth behind non-genetic health certifications. Pt 1 of 2
OFA, CERF, CHIC, CHF have inherently fatal flaws in moral and genetic logic.
A genetic perspective on external appearances in show dogs.
taught by a Springer Spaniel, a half-breed father, and a child’s love.
Multi-Group Judge on genetic virtues of a balanced breeding program.
Cross-bred Lab-Golden is immune to PRA
A realistic look at genetic testing. Take valium before reading....
Breeds Affected, Mode of Inheritance, genetic testing, Advice, References.
Group Judge on Linebreeding, Inbreeding, Outcrossing, and Backcrossing.
Complex genetic history from first Pointer cross-breeding.
may eliminate genetic defect for bladder stones, high uric acid.
AKC must admit (low uric acid) dogs into gene pool!
Study-drawings reveal new x-ray position shows joint laxity, more reliably predicts hip dysplasia.
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