Yeah, the EIC test is bogus. :rolleyes: It's only legitimate, peer reviewed science.
A Picture of our Teddy Ebonstar James granddaughter "Rusted Tin Lizzy." We owned her mother who was also a dark red out of Jamie. I would love to have another Jamie pup.
I had 2 Jamie pups. They were very nice looking pups and I would entertain breeding my yellow female to him now.
yes it is!
Are there any upcoming Jamie litters?
I would like to bump this thread again to find out if anyone has learned anything new regarding Jamie's eic status. I've been researching and putting together a list of potential studs for my female for about a year, and someone recently suggested that I use Jamie. And the truth is I would love to use him, and have considered him before, but my female is an eic carrier, so I would have to be certain that he is eic clear before I could further consider moving forward in breeding my female to him.
If there have been several Jamie breedings to eic carrier females that produced no affected puppies, and several breedings to eic clear females in which all of the offspring were clear, that would be a very good indicator that Jamie is eic clear. However, if the opposite is true, then we would have our answer as well. If there are a high number of litters to pull evidence from, perhaps something conclusive regarding his eic status can be formed. Hoping to get a lot of input from those with certainty (first hand preferred) one way or another. Thanks in advance