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    How does one locate an EIC number and results on a dog that has been tested?
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    Get it from the owner unless it was submitted to www.offa.org it "may" be listed on www.huntinglabpedigree.com but isn't "verified" like OFA.
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    You have found the biggest flaw to the EIC testing. Each owner gets a PDF from the U of MN with results, that's it. I send mine to OFA and pay $15 to have them listed but the U Of MN does not have an online data base and I don't think they will give results to anyone but the owner.
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    Owner at time of testing doesn't have info, now new owner would like to have a number on file. I know he was tested, just trying to help but not have much results. Might have to have test done again.
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    The folks at U of MN are wonderful to deal with. Ask the previous owner to have them re-email the results. Then previous owner can send it along to new owner.

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    I have a EIC test result copy from DDC Veterinary (http://www.vetdnacenter.com/canine.html). This EIC test was done for the litter by the breeder, and given to me for my pup when i picked her up. It however is not "name" specific to match my pup's official AKC/UKC registration and instead is identified by pup's "call names" as identified by the breeder (- Pup #1 blue collar, #2 yellow collar, etc). Has anyone use the same group, and know how to "officialize", if you will, the DNA ID# and the DNA result to match my specific named/registration number?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jpws View Post
    I have a EIC test result copy from DDC Veterinary (http://www.vetdnacenter.com/canine.html). This EIC test was done for the litter by the breeder, and given to me for my pup when i picked her up. It however is not "name" specific to match my pup's official AKC/UKC registration and instead is identified by pup's "call names" as identified by the breeder (- Pup #1 blue collar, #2 yellow collar, etc). Has anyone use the same group, and know how to "officialize", if you will, the DNA ID# and the DNA result to match my specific named/registration number?
    If your breeder had used U of MN Diagnostic Lab for the DNA test and the pup was microchipped, you could have submitted the appropriate artifacts to U of MN to get a new certificate issued that shows the registered name and number of your pup instead of call names. I have done it with a litter myself that I had tested at U of MN. However, DDC along with others are no longer allowed to perform EIC testing due to the patent issued to U of MN.
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    U of MN was not used, and i microchipped the pup myself after the EIC test was done. I noticed on the DDC site just now that EIC was not listed anywhere, i suppose due to your reasoning mentioned above. So, since DDC no longer does the tests, if is safe to assume that i'd have to do the EIC tests again with U of MN to "officialize" them?

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