Health + Traits
Health Report includes...
Genetic Health Screening
Over 50% of dogs are either a carrier or at risk of developing a genetic disease. Know how to best care for your dog throughout his or her life.
Learn about the genetic basis for why your dog looks the way he or she does.
Valuable information to share with your vet to inform their clinical diagnoses.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to swab my dog again?
No additional swab needed!
How quickly will my dog’s results be updated?
After purchasing the Health & Traits upgrade, most dog’s results are completed within 48 hours. You’ll be notified by email when your dog’s results are ready to view.
What are clinical traits?
A clinical trait is a genetic mutation that is NOT associated with increased risk for a specific disease, but could influence how your vet interprets your dog’s clinical data, or how they determine your pet’s diagnostic, monitoring, or treatment plan. Clinical traits are often what we call vet-actionable. For example, Alanine Aminotransferase (ALT), is a value that vets measure in routine bloodwork. Learning if your dog's ALT values are normal or not from a DNA test can help your vet better understand bloodwork results in relation to your dog's liver health.
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