Paw Print Genetics is pleased to be the American Stock Dog Registry’s preferred provider of genetic services. Paw Print Genetics offers over 140 different inherited disease tests in over 200 breeds of dogs.
In addition to inherited disease testing, we offer Paw Print Pedigrees. Paw Print Pedigrees is a place for customers to display their kennels and show off their dogs. It can be used to find like-minded breeders who care about the genetic health of their dogs.
American Stock Dog Registry is concerned about the health of your dogs and has partnered with Paw Print Genetics to provide a members only discount for the genetic diseases that occur in your breed and that should be considered before breeding, buying or training your dog. We offer disease testing for Australian shepherds, Pembroke and Cardigan Welsh corgis, Australian cattle dogs, and border collies, just to name a few. Please click the links below to read about the diseases that affect your breed. Just click the links below and once in the Paw Print Genetics website, click the disease to read a summary for your breed.
Australian shepherds have at least 10 known inherited diseases that can affect them. These include common diseases such as collie eye anomaly, PRA-prcd and MDR1, as well as rarer inherited diseases such as dilated cardiomyopathy. These diseases can affect the standard, miniature and toy Australian shepherds.
Pembroke and Cardigan Welsh corgis have five inherited diseases to be concerned about including those, like exercise-induced collapse, that may prevent a dog from performing at its best.
Australian cattle dogs, including the Australian stumpy tail cattle dog, have at least six diseases that can be inherited. Two of these diseases, primary lens luxation and cystinuria, can result in an emergency veterinary visit if the owner is unaware that their dog is at risk.
Border collies are at risk of inheriting at least seven diseases including eye disorders that can cause blindness, such as PRA-prcd and collie eye anomaly. In addition, intestinal cobalamin malabsorption is becoming a concern for border collies.
You may contact Paw Print Genetics at (509) 483-5950 or toll free at 1-855-202-4889.