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    I tested 3 dogs. Of the 3 there are 2 carriers and 1 clear.

    If any one is iterested in the pedigrees please cantact me.

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    Ouuuuch....sorry.Cant sleep waiting on my two.

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    Same here, 2 carriers, 1 clear, now awaiting the results of the three offspring that I have of the two carriers plus some other relatives. Going to be interesting once I have them all back to see how the statistics carry through.

    Rainmakers Sunny Tahoe, MH-carrier awaiting results for her full sister, daughter and niece
    K-Lines Burning Desire, SH-clear awaiting results for daughter
    Cosmo's Ebony Bella Star, SH-carrier awaiting results for pups

    Pedigrees on my website and gooddog.
    Last edited by Rainmaker; 08-15-2008 at 08:28 PM. Reason: add dog info
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    People don't be sorry this has been around for a very long time. It just lets us know how not to produce it any more. We have been trying to breed around it for years. It just stinks when you ask a stud owner if there has been an affected dog produce out of there stud and they say no but the one of your pups test as affeced. Hmmmmmmm. Then you call the stud owner to let them know and they say" Yea there has been 5-6 affected dogs now".

    That is why I am happy for the test good, bad, I won't be producing any more affected pups.

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    Quote Originally Posted by topshelf View Post
    It just stinks when you ask a stud owner if there has been an affected dog produce out of there stud and they say no but the one of your pups test as affeced. Hmmmmmmm. Then you call the stud owner to let them know and they say" Yea there has been 5-6 affected dogs now".

    That is why I am happy for the test good, bad, I won't be producing any more affected pups.

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    Amen to that..........some won't be able to 'hide' anymore.

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    No kidding, it's hardly a tragedy, now the tools are there to breed around it for the future. Of my two known carriers so far, the only direct ancestor they share is 5 generations back on one, great granddam on the other, guesswork at best to go by pedigree, now there's a real scientific method for knowing. In comparison, I've tested 9 dogs for CNM so far and all clear.
    Kim Pfister, Rainmaker Labs

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    On my avatar, the mom is clear and the son is a carrier.
    Mom = GMHR Wishful Thinking II *** and son = The Sagacious Wild Thing
    The pedigree's are on Good Dog Info. The owner of the sire has not given me permission to list him as the sire. I tried. HPW
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    Why do they have to give you permission?

    You can also find out the pedigree on the OFA website.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HarryWilliams View Post
    On my avatar, the mom is clear and the son is a carrier.
    Mom = GMHR Wishful Thinking II *** and son = The Sagacious Wild Thing
    The pedigree's are on Good Dog Info. The owner of the sire has not given me permission to list him as the sire. I tried. HPW
    Same sire as one of my carriers. Why I'm not terribly upset about EIC carrier status, I'd take another of his pups in a heartbeat. He's produced awesome dogs. Now we can go forward from here without losing him or ones like him while avoiding affected offspring, which is the whole point of testing, avoiding the bad, keeping the good.
    Kim Pfister, Rainmaker Labs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sniper View Post
    Why do they have to give you permission?
    I'm honoring the Webmaster's request. HPW
    "Sometimes we just gotta do what is right". Jerry 2006

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