*NOTE: A Board Certified Cardiologist must perform all Cardiac exams.
A qualified licensed Veterinarian can provide X-Ray films for hips, elbows and Patella.
Coat color testing for those wishing not to produce blues, dilutes or black and tan (tan pointed markings in any color or pattern) can be found at many labs worldwide now including VetGen, PawPrint Genetics & DDC Veterinary Labs & Paw Print Genetics in USA.
- NOTE: a CERF/CAER or PHPV test done by a canine ophthalmologist is NOT the same test as the DNA test for HC - BOTH tests should be carried out
- For DNA parentage testing please contact American Kennel Club in USA
Animal Health Trust (L2HGA, HC, Genetics research, Diagnostics)
Lanwades Park, Kentford, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 7UU
p 01638 555621
Paw Print Genetics (L2HGA, HC & Degenerative Myelopathy)
220 E. Rowan, Suite 220, Spokane, WA 99207
VetGen (L2HGA, HC, Degenerative Myelopathy, Coat Color Testing)
3728 Plaza Drive - Suite 1, Ann Arbor, MI 48108
Animal Genetics US (HC)
Animal Genetics Europe (HC)
Orthopedic Foundation for Animals
*Searchable database for test results: cardiac, CAER/eye, patellas, hips, elbows, DNA
*Links to test information and submission applications
*Calendar of testing clinics
CHIC (Canine Health Information Center)
OTHER TESTING FACILITIES FOR L2-Hga and/or HC:
CZECH REPUBLIC: www.genomia.cz
SOUTH AFRICAN VETERINARY ASSOCIATION (SAVA): www.sava.co.za Tel: 012 345 1150
AUSTRALIAN VETERINARY ASSOCIATION: www.ava.com.au
NEW ZEALAND VETERINARY ASSOCIATION: www.nzva.org.nz