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  1. As we have seen, veterinarians and their organizations have been engaging significantly in aspects of health in breeds and healthy breeding. Here is a recent position paper, The Role of Health Conscious Breeding and Genetic Testing in Reducing the Impact of Hereditary Disease, from the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA). The Hereditary Disease Committee of the WSAVA is an IPFD Collaborator.
  2. To help to Sponsor this great initiative contact IPFD CEO Brenda.Bonnett@ipfdogs.com or Project Director Aimee.Llewellyn-Zaidi@ipfdogs.com . Genetic Test Providers can learn more about participating here. ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Here's an update following the launch of the Harmonization of Genetic Testing for Dogs (HGTD) and a look ahead at the next steps of this landmark initiative:
  3. The Harmonization of Genetic Testing for Dogs (HGTD) and several of our Leadership GTPs were mentioned in a recent article for The Atlantic, a news outlet that addresses US national debate on politics, business, foreign affairs, and cultural trends.
  4. Posted originally 26 July 2018; UPDATED 30 July 2018 Congratulations to the authors (Lisa Moses, Steve Niemi and Elinor Karlsson) for their commentary in Nature (and pdf, below). In “Pet genomics medicine runs wild” these authors have done a great job describing the myriad challenges related to genetic testing in pets. In fact, their concerns reflect those underpinning the International Partnership for Dogs (IPFD) initiative - the Harmonization of Genetic Testing for Dogs (HGTD). The IPFD, together with an impressive team of Partners and Collaborators (national kennel clubs, animal ind
  5. Search for a Genetic Test provider / Lab by country. Find out general information on the lab (website, address, phone), contact information, quality assurance indicators and genetic tests offered. Go to the HGTD Search by Lab / Test Provider.
  6. A tool to help dog owners, breeders and veterinarians...the HGTD is an online searchable database providing information on genetic tests available for dog breeds, information on the tests themselves and quality control measures used by genetic test providers participating in the HGTD. Search out tests, diseases (phenes), and labs. Find resources for genetic counselling.
  7. Understanding accreditation, especially on an international scale, can feel like a daunting process. This brief overview may help you identify what types of accreditation are important to you, when choosing your genetic test provider.
  8. Breed health managment schemes for breeders and owners present challenges. Genetic health programmes are one of the tools used by kennel clubs and breeders to manage and decrease the incidence of hereditary disease in dogs.
  9. DNA testing and domestic dogs - Cathryn Mellersh Received: 9 August 2011 / Accepted: 15 October 2011 / Published online: 10 November 2011 https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3275738/#Sec5title (external) DNA Testing and Domestic Dogs (internal) (PDF) "This article does not attempt to discuss every test available. Rather it discusses some of the considerations that should be taken into account to successfully translate scientific findings into robust and useful tools for the lay dog breeder to use, and in so doing it uses a few representative examp
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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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