Welsh Corgi Pembroke - genetic tests

Welsh Corgi is one of the smaller breeds native to England, reaching a height of 25-30 cm and weighing 10-11 kg. Despite their smaller size, Corgis are strong, athletic and lively herders. Long walks, working or sporting activities are therefore a must for these dogs. They are affectionate and sociable without being needy. Once one of the most popular herding breeds in the world, they are now mostly kept as companion dogs. There are two separate breeds, the Welsh Corgi Cardigan, which is slightly larger and has a longer tail compared to the smaller Welsh Corgi Pembroke with a short tail.

Malignant Hyperthermia

It is a congenital disorder of skeletal muscle which is manifested by the significant increase in temperature (hyperthermia) up to 45°C, accelerated and irregular heart rate (tachycardia and arrhythmia), hyperventilation, muscle rigidity and may result in renal failure and death...

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B-locus (Brown)

The tested variant causes brown colouring of a nose ("livernose"), mucous membranes and claws. The inheritance is autosomal recessive (black allele and colour is dominant).

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Degenerative Myelopathy

It is a neuromuscular disease causing a gradual muscle weakness on the hindlimb and back, which is manifested by poor coordination of movements, cramped and asymmetric walking, or incontinence.

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Chondrodysplasia, chondrodystrophy and degeneration of intervertebral discs (CDPA / CDDY + IVDD)

Chondrodysplasia (CDPA) is a genetic disease causing abnormal growth of cartilage and early changes in the structure of growth plates. The affected dogs are generally characterized by a normal sized trunk and short limbs.

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