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  1. This is not a comprehensive listing - it is a starting point for finding relevant resources on DogWellNet. Overview of Genetic Testing resources https://dogwellnet.com/content/hot-topics/genetic-testing-r509/
  2. The Finnish Kennel Club is dedicated to promote the welfare of all dogs in Finland. The Finnish Kennel Club was established in 1889, which makes it the oldest kennel club in the Nordic countries. Topics covered in this translation: An overview of the Finnish Kennel Club's communications strategy, values, focus and event operations Implementation of Breeding Strategies involving breed health and temperament management Available health testing statistics (FKC's Database) Explanation of the Scientific Committee's work Educational programs for owners, breeders, judges, clubs and the public Work to preserve Finland's Native Finnish breeds
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    Many thanks to the Swedish Barbet Club's Karl-Johan Palmstam (chairman Swedish barbet club) for sharing the RAS translation.
  4. June 2017 - the Nordic Kennel Union website debuts! - site content is available in English - For more than 60 years, the Nordic Kennel Union has been the unified voice of the Nordic countries in the dog world. NKU members share a passion for animal welfare and dog health which is reflected in common strategies to secure future generations of healthy and sound dogs through responsible and sustainable breeding. Health is one of the most important aspects of dog breeding and a central area for Nordic cooperation. NOTE from IPFD CEO Brenda Bonnett: Congratulations - and thank you - to all the NKU members - and especially our IPFD Partners the kennel clubs of Sweden, Finland and Norway. Individually these clubs are amazing in terms of the scope of their efforts and their historical and ongoing commitment to the health and welfare of dogs. Their willingness to share with individual dog breeders and other clubs - through DogWellNet.com and other venues - makes them great role models and leaders in the dog world. Visit the Nordic Kennel Union Website!
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    Finnish Kennel Club: General Breeding Strategy - see article under Breeding. https://dogwellnet.com/content/health-and-breeding/breeding/general-quidelines/ethical-and-breeding-guidelines/finnish-kennel-club-general-breeding-strategy-r63/
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    This guideline is intended to be used by breed clubs for breeds in which at least 250 dogs have been registered over the last five years. ' The template outlines the content and structure for the Breeding-specific Breeding Strategy Document (JTO). The recommended total length of a breeding strategy for these breeds is 25-30 pages. Received from Katariin Mäki, Kennelliitto
  7. Cathryn Mellersh, Animal Health Trust, November 2011 What Is a Carrier? Breeding with Carriers Mutation Frequency Breeding Advice
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    English TEMPLATE outline and instructions for creating a Breed specific breeding strategy document
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    These documents summarize concepts for the themes covered at the 3rd International Dog Health Workshop. The documents provide a general overview of breakout sessions for each theme and offer key points and priorities covered in discussions as well as action plan This file contains the following PDF's: Behavior and Welfare Theme_IDHW Sharing Sessions 1_2 Breed Specific Health Strategies_IDHW Sharing Sessions 1_2 Education Communication Antibiotics_IDHW Sharing Sessions 1_2 Exaggerations of conformation_IDHW Sharing Session1_2 Harmonization of Genetic Testing_IDHW Sharing Sessions 1_2 Show Me the Numbers_IDHW Sharing Sessions 1_2
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    A total package for breed health Ian J Seath, Chairman Dachshund Breed Council
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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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    Summary of the Breed-Specific Breeding Program (JTO) Saluki 2014-2018 Finnish Saluki Club http://www.saluki.fi/
  13. The availability of genetic tests for different diseases in dogs has increased dramatically in recent years. For breeders and dog owners, the utility and accuracy of these tests are often difficult to assess. Even though DNA tests offer new opportunities as a tool for breeding, they also imply new questions and challenges. The fact that a genetic test is available for a disease in a breed does not automatically mean that the test is accurate or appropriate to use as basis for breeding decisions.
  14. "Responsible breeders will consider the health of their puppies to be a priority, increasing the probability that healthy puppies will go on to live long and happy lives. This page includes sections on factors to consider when breeding dogs for health, including breeding from DNA tested dogs and inbreeding." The Kennel Club Advice and Information for Breeders
  15. Robert Simons

    DogWellNet.com Digest

    Our latest edition of DogWellNet.com Digest. November 15, 2016 Check out the latest content on our site.
  16. BBC's Science and Environment's latest article "English Bulldog health problems prompt cross-breeding call" by Paul Rincon brings to light a recent study, "A genetic assessment of the English bulldog". English Bulldog health problems prompt cross-breeding call - BBC News-internalarchive.pdf
  17. This article contains information from the AKC's Delegate's newsletter, Perspectives along with an article from OFA, How the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals (OFA) is tackling inherited disorders in the USA: Using hip and elbow dysplasia as examples. We are delighted to share an article by Dr. Jerold S. Bell, DVM along with a video presentation given on the topic, Maintaining and Improving Breeds. DWN extends our thanks to Dr. Jerold S. Bell & Edmund Dziuk for sharing with the DWN community!
  18. The English Bulldog Club in France shares their breed management strategies with the DWN community. The role of a breed club and approaches to breed management for a popular dog breed are covered in this document. A 'state of mind' exists in among the members and leadership of the Club du Bulldog Anglais to ensure the breed's health and welfare are addressed. See below for a link to The Club du Bulldog Anglais Breed Management Strategy Overview. Our thanks goes to Hélène Denis, for sharing this information with the DWN community.
  19. Anne-Marie Class is an international respected judge and her presentation (below) provides examples of traits described in the Mastiff and Bullmastiff breed standards. Her perspective includes not only presentation of desirable traits but goes further to emphasize that the Mastiff and Bullmastiff breed standards call for absolute soundness. "What is the danger for Mastiffs and Bullmastiffs? Hypertypes" "Everything is in the standards Standards do not describe an unsound Mastiff or Bullmastiff. But, if judges award overdone dogs, they work against the breeds. Standards have to be respected by judges and breeders."
  20. Research is ongoing. Kennel clubs, researchers and breed fanciers in Sweden and France work to find ways to improve health in the English Bulldog breed.
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    English Summary of the Pug JTO Mopsin jalostuksen tavoiteohjelma Suomen Mopsikerho ry 2014-2018 Original Document (in Finnish) http://www.suomenmopsikerho.fi/images/pdf/mopsi.pdf
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