We know the new test results are directing choices in breeding.And it should
You wouldn't want to breed 2 carriers together.
Ok here is the question
Lets say you breed a carrier and a clear. some of the pups are going to be carriers and some clear. Since the test is available would you test the pups (before selling)and get spay nueter clauses in selling pups that were carriers? and then would you charge more for the clear pups and less for carriers?
If the tool is there is it going to be used?
Also There are great dogs out there that are carriers and I guess some are even affected. Should life go on as before or are we going to play like Hitler and TRY to produce a master race. Its kinda amaizing how far the dogs have come with out this technology in the early stages of devoloping this breed.
There to many people breeding Ole handy to ole ready for this to be bred out . non tested dogs, puppy mills good hunting dogs local papers. 100/300 dollar pups versus 1500 dollar pups most people that are wanting a lab will go for the cheaper pup,they aren't looking for competition dog just a good pet. Where do you draw the line.
I know I am all over the place on this
I guess I am kinda saying Don't freak out and pass up good dogs out there for breeding, just because it may be a carrier just breed accordingly.
I know poor grammar,spelling,ect.....