Using the latest science, this test scans your dog’s DNA, both for ancestry information and specific genetic markers. Your veterinarian can use this information to create a custom health and wellness plan based on your dog’s genetic code.
Tula’s dense coat and tail, feathered with pale creams but not actually white, reflects the fact that she has Golden Retriever in her family tree.
One of the breeds within Tula’s family tree may have a pre-disposition for Cystinuria, an inherited disease characterized by the formation of stones in the kidneys and bladder. The fact that one of Tula’s ancestors may have a predisposition for this condition does not mean that Tula will develop it.
Tula’s breed family tree includes breeds that are prone to obesity. Regular exercise and a diet with proper caloric density can help maintain a normal weight.