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  • The International Partnership for Dogs

    The International Partnership for Dogs (IPFD) is a non-profit organization leading a global, multi-stakeholder effort to enhance dog health, well-being, and welfare.

  • ~ Genomia ~


      The Genomia laboratory is a private accredited genetic laboratory in Pilsen, Czech Republic. Genomia is engaged in genetic testing of humans, animals and pathogens. In humans, we are testing relationships between relatives – paternity and genealogy. For animals, we offer more than 150 tests for hereditary diseases, sex determination, parenthood determination and tests for coat appearance and colour. Genomia offers services to customers all over the world. Genomia cooperates with breeders from more than 38 countries on four continents.

       

       

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      Genomia is a proud sponsor of IPFD's Harmonization of Genetic Testing for Dogs Initiative.

       

       

       

       

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      Brief Bio: Genomia started its activities in April 2008 in rented rooms of the Science and Technology Park in Pilsen, with only two people who had to manage everything. Today, we have our own premises in Janáčkova Street in Pilsen, and our team consists of nine staff members enthusiastically devoted to laboratory work and several external workers.

      About Us:

      Genomia started its activities in April 2008 in rented rooms of the Science and Technology Park in Pilsen, with only two people who had to manage everything. Today, we have our own premises in Janáčkova Street in Pilsen, and our team consists of nine staff members enthusiastically devoted to laboratory work and several external workers.

       

      In our first year of our existence, we successfully fulfilled the audit criteria of the Czech Accreditation Institute for the accreditation in accordance to ČSN EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005 and obtained the internationally valid accreditation for a testing laboratory. At the same time, we became a member of ISAG, the International Society for Animal Genetics. The laboratory is registered in the international database of Canine and Feline Hereditary Disease (DNA) Testing Laboratories. The Quality Handbook is available to our customers on request, and the document Quality Policy and Objectives is accessible directly. Our laboratory workers are bound to comply with the Code of Ethics.

       

      We started with 10 tests for humans, dogs and cats; however, we have been intensively working on the development of new diagnostic methods and expansion of our scope of genetic tests to meet the wishes and requirements of our customers.

       

      We pride ourselves on exact observance of testing procedures and multilateral checks of all tests. We are fully aware of our responsibility to our customers.

       

      We believe it is the right way to go as indicated by the increasing interest in our services in the Czech Republic and abroad, as well as the loyalty and feedback of our customers. We meet our customers regularly on dog and cat shows, where we are pleased to inform interested people about the issues of animal genetics in addition to laboratory presentation and sample taking.

       

      In 2012, Genomia s.r.o. was recognized as a top finalist in the Company of the Year competition. We are very proud to have received this appraisal!

       

       

      Quality

      Genomia laboratory is accredited by Czech Accreditation Institute under number 1549 in compliance with ISO 17025 standards.

       

      Attachment to the accreditation certificate – Attached is the list of accredited tests as of 11 March 2016.

       

      What does a flexible scope of accreditation mean?

       

       

      Learn more about Genomia's accreditation here.


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      For Profit Company

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    Our Platform - DogWellNet.com
     

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    DogWellNet.com is the online platform for IPFD and is a curated information hub as well as housing resources to support actions by IPFD and its Partners and Collaborators.

     

     


     

    International Dog Health Workshops

     

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    The IPFD's signature events, the IDHWs bring together decision makers from professional, regulatory, national and regional, welfare and other organisations that are stakeholders in dog health, well-being and welfare and human-dog interactions under the tagline 'From Information and Collaboration to Action'. The 5th IDHW takes place 13-16 June 2024, in Espoo, Finland and will be co-hosted by the Finnish Kennel Club.

     

     

     

    Harmonization of Genetic Testing for Dogs Database
     

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    The HGTD Database catalogs information provided voluntarily from genetic test providers (GTPs) including information on their company and services, quality measures and expertise, tests offered and more. We are continually engaging more GTP participants. IPFD has collated and assembled existing and new resources for genetic counselling and education and provided the foundation for further developments.

     

     

     


    Health Strategies Database for Dogs


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    The HSDD Database includes breed-specific health/mentality testing requirements and recommendations established by Health Strategy Providers (HSPs) including kennel clubs, breed clubs, veterinary organizations, and others.

     

     




    Pedigree Breeds Database

     

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    As of September 2023, our Pedigree Breeds Database lists 184 breeds. Information includes breed standards, population data, club newsletters, breed databases, videos and much more. Sections on Native Breeds and Additional Resources including Agria Breed Profiles; Globally Relevant Integrated Health Profile (GRIHP) articles, which describe the Big Picture of health on (all) conditions that are of interest within a breed; and associated IPFD WSAVA Meet the Breed articles are available. Many thanks to breed experts and clubs who share information on their breed with the DogWellNet.com Community.

     


     

     

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