Your pet's genetic report offers a huge amount of information about his health, based on the genetic code. As their owner and family, they may not understand the results, but you will, and you will be able to make a series of decisions to improve their quality of life.
Identification of genetic predispositions to disease. Genetic testing can identify genetic pathologies in your pet, allowing you to take early preventive measures to avoid or delay the development of the disease.
Improved health. Some diseases we will not tell you their predisposition: we will tell you directly whether they are predisposed or not. With knowledge of your dog's diseases, steps can be taken to improve his overall health, such as proper diet, exercise and preventative medical care.
Although some diseases cannot be tested for, their predisposition and symptoms may differ between different breeds of dogs. Knowing which breed or breeds yours is can help you be more vigilant.
Personalised training. If your dog is a competitive dog or you plan to enter a competition, knowing the dog's genetic characteristics can help personalise training and make it more effective.
Identifying inherited traits. Genetic testing can help identify inherited traits in dogs, which can be useful in breeding and in selecting dogs for breeding.
Breed and lineage identification. Genetic testing can help identify the breed and lineage of a dog, which can be useful for entry into competitions and dog shows.
Out of curiosity, especially in adopted dogs, don't you want to know about your dog, that beautiful chaos of breeds, which are the predominant ones? Who could be his parents? We help you!