What we test for:

Exercise-induced collapse (EIC) 

Genetic disorder that causes dogs to collapse after a period of intense exercise. Primarily affects sporting dogs.


Progressive Retinal Atrophy, progressive ROD-cone degeneration (PRA-PRDC)

A degeneration of both Rod and Cone type photo-receptor cells of the Retina, which are very important for vision in dim and bright light.


Centro-nuclear Myopathy (CNM) 

Resulting in a mutation in the protein tyrosine phosphatase-like memeber A-gene.

Puppies usually have symptoms at 2-5 months.

There will be a loss of tendon reflexes, awkward gait and exercise intolerance.


Dilution Dog Coat Color – D Locus 

Characterized by a specific pigmentation phenotype

This gene affects also nose and eye colors