StirlingCollies

 

 (Diane Stirling - Working Collie Breeder in Minnesota)

 

ALL NORMAL EYED, NON-CARRIER FOR PRA and Normal Eyed for CEA,

Many Non-Carrier for CEA

Rough Coat Collies and Smooth Coat Collies

 

 

Stirling's Spiritwind Of BluSkyCloud - "Spirit" - Normal NON-Carrier for PRA and Degenerative Myelopathy.  Normal Eyed for CEA.  Normal/Carrier for MDR1

Stirling's Blue Cloud Spruce Meadow X Blu Sky's Curves

Spirit

StirlingCollies - Sable Merle/White Collie
StirlingCollies - Sable Merle/White Collie
StirlingCollies - Sable Merle/White Collie
StirlingCollies - Sable Merle/White Collie
StirlingCollies - Sable Merle/White Collie
StirlingCollies - Sable Merle/White Collie
StirlingCollies - Sable Merle/White Collie
StirlingCollies - Sable Merle/White Collie
StirlingCollies - Sable Merle/White Collie
Stirlingcollies - Laddie Pedigree
Holly's Pedigree - Stirlingcollies
Stirlingcollies - Ginger's Pedigree

DNA Test Completed October 05, 2012
Registered Name: Stirling's Spiritwind of Blu Sky Cloud
Call Name: Spirit
Breed: Collie
Gender: Male
Optigen Accession #: 12-8277
Test Performed: Rod-Cone Dysplasia Type 2
Sample Type: Swab
Test Results: Genotype of Dog tested is Normal
Risk for developing rcd2 form of PRA: Will never develop rcd2 form of PRA.
Significance for breeding: Can be bred to any dog and will produce no pups affected by rcd2 form of PRA.
This interpretation is based on the test result of the DNA test for the specific mutation identified as causing the rcd2 form of PRA in Collies as of the date on this report.
For further information, please visit OptiGen's website at www.optigen.com.

 

DNA Test Completed October 04, 2012
Registered Name: Stirling's Spiritwind of Blu Sky Cloud
Call Name: Spirit
Breed: Collie
Gender: Male
Optigen Accession #: 12-8277
Test Performed: CEA/CH test
Sample Type: Swab
Test Results: Genotype of your dog is CARRIER.
Risk for developing Collie Eye Anomaly/Choroidal Hypoplasia (CEA/CH): This dog will never develop CEA/CH.
Significance for breeding: This dog should only be bred to a mate of normal CEA/CH genotype in order to avoid producing pups affected with CEA/CH.
This interpretation is based on the test result of the DNA test for the specific mutation identified as causing CEA/CH in Collies as of the date on this report.
For further information, please consult the OptiGen website at www.optigen.com.