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    Default Clear to Carrier ?

    When breeding a EIC clear to a EIC carrier what ratio of the pups will be clear and or carrier ?
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    EDITED: Bad guess on my part.
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    Thought it was 50% clear & 50% carriers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pond River Kennels View Post
    Thought it was 50% clear & 50% carriers.

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    Tim gets the prize!

    This document shows all your breeding outcomes for a recessive trait:

    http://www.vdl.umn.edu/prod/groups/c...set_058547.pdf

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    50/50 statistically,,, but everything in between is a possability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angie B View Post
    50/50 statistically,,, but everything in between is a possability.

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    My luck they would ALL be carriers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pond River Kennels View Post
    My luck they would ALL be carriers.

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    My FC was in a litter of all carriers.... Clear to Carrier...

    Whodathunkit??

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    I'll take the carrier, just not a whole litter.

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    The same logic also applies to a carrier to carrier mating. You will on average get 25% clear, 50% carrier, and 25% affected; but I've seen litters go as high as 50% affected from said matings.

    The stats are a puppy's odds of getting a particular genotype, and each puppy is a separate event. Same as a coin toss being a separate event, and not influenced by the result that came before it.

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    Seems like so many different out comes than what is expected
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