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    International Efforts Dr. Brenda Bonnett, DVM, PhD; CEO IPFD
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    The Intersection of Welfare and Behaviour in Dogs and Relation to Health and Breeding Paula Boyden BVetMedMRCVS Dogs Trust
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    Show me the numbers Integrating information from various sources for breed health strategies Sofia Malm, PhD Geneticist, the Swedish Kennel Club
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    Harmonization for Genetic Testing for Dogs (HGTD) Aimee Llewellyn, Project Director | Dr. Brenda Bonnett, CEO IPFD IPFD's Harmonization for Genetic Testing for Dogs (HGTD) is a collaborative open access online resource with two major components: The Quality Testing Database Genetic Counselling resource The goal is to provide guidance on Commercial Test Providers ((CTPs), e.g. laboratories), quality assurance, and genetic test reliability and application.
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    Education and Communication: Antimicrobial Resistance Jason Stull, VMD, MPVM, PhD, DACVPM Assistant Professor Dept. Veterinary Preventive Medicine
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    A total package for breed health Ian J Seath, Chairman Dachshund Breed Council
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    International Developments relative to issues in Brachycephalic dogs Dr Rowena Packer BBSRC Research Fellow, Royal Veterinary College
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    HISTIOCYTIC SARCOMA IN DOGS Development of a validated Genetic Risk Test: A case study of collaboration Catherine André, Benoit Hédan "Canine Genetics Team" CNRS Univ.Rennes1, FRANCE
  9. Please Note - Only Moderators and Administrators can: Create new Forum Categories and Sub-Categories Move posted topics to new categories, if they feel that will help navigation and flow. Move comments (replies) out of a given topic and start a new topic. Overview of the DogWellNet Forums We’ve developed the DogWellNet Forums to allow individuals and groups to effectively communicate, share information, reach consensus, etc., within a virtual meeting space. These will include Forums for tips on using the site, general discussion of dog health issues as well as Forums for Expert Panels, Working Groups, the IPFD Board and other groups. Access and posting permissions within the various Forums is dependent on your Membership Level (e.g., Guest, Member, Advanced Member) and/or participation in groups such as those noted above. We encourage newly registered Members to visit the Introduce Yourself topic in the Members’ Forum and post a brief note to tell the community a little bit about themselves. Getting Started 1. Before you start posting, please note: a. The forum editor does not like you to bring in formatted text or figures. If you are bringing in something from a Word document or other file, we strongly advise that if you are copying from, e.g. Word, that you choose 'paste as plain text' when you enter it to the editor and then use the formatting features in the editor window. b. If you wish to insert tables or figures, it is best to: i. Save the table or figure as an image (e.g. jpg or png). ii. Attach that file to the post using Drag files here to attach, or choose files... feature. iii. Click the location in the post you want it to appear, then click on the + icon on the thumbnail of the image you uploaded. Double-click on the inserted image to resize and change alignment (e.g. left, center, or right). iv. OR, you can simply attach figures, tables or other documents to the article for people to download. c. Click the Submit Topic button (for a new topic) or Submit Reply button if replying to within an existing topic. 2. Make sure you click Follow for every topic you want to participate in, and set your email preferences to receive notifications: 3. To comment on an existing topic: Click on the red Reply to this topic button above the posts. (You can also click in the Reply to this topic… box at the bottom of the page to post your reply.) 4. To start a New Topic while viewing the Category/Sub-Category in which you want to post: Simply click on the red Start new topic button and follow the instructions. 5. It is also possible to start a new topic from the Home screen: When you would like to publish anything NEW in the Forum, select Topic in the drop-down menu under Create: Next, select the appropriate forum, then follow the instructions: Need Help? If you need help, visit the Help Desk, post a question in the Forums or contact us at info@ipfdogs.com.
  10. Below we present a collection of links and excerpts from media coverage of IPFD's Harmonization of Genetic Testing for Dogs initiative. We will be adding more content as media articles are published.
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    This breed has information on veterinary care events (VC). Files Available for Download: AUSTRALIAN CATTLE DOG VC 2006-2011.pdfThe VC file has rates of most common and highest risk conditions requiring veterinary care. Agria Dog Breed Statistics FAQs.pdfThis file addresses frequently asked questions regarding Agria Dog Breed Statistics. Click on the green DOWNLOAD button above to access the files.