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Best Testing Lab for EIC test only?

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I will be needing to test a litter for EIC only (other testing will come later). The University of Minnesota no longer tests for EIC.

Any input into whether Animal Genetics or Paw Print or whoever is better? I will be testing an entire litter.

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I have no problem with carriers, I to sometimes suspect they can be the better dog but have no proof of that. It's not just marking but the overall disposition and attitude of the dog. If I were breeding I would not want that to be a factor just because of how people feel about it. So it is not the fact that some pups are carriers but the fact that people have a problem with it. I would take a carrier from a breeding I like in a heart beat. Two out of 3 of my dogs are carriers and I would not change that even if I could
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