Canine DNA Test

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  1. MOODYGIRL

    MOODYGIRL New Member

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    Have you ever had doubt about the correct parentage of a puppy or
    litter?

    DNA Diagnostics Center (DDC) provides definitive answers to difficult
    questions with fast, affordable Canine DNA Parentage Testing.

    DNA testing is not all the same. DDC uses a unique and powerful
    16-marker panel as the standard with an additional 20+ markers in
    reserve for solving cases involving closely related sires and/ or
    motherless cases.

    Collecting samples is easy with the cheek swabs and instructions
    provided with the free kit.

    Test results are guaranteed to be completed within 10 business days of
    receipt of the samples. Results are confidential and can used to make
    informed decisions prior to registering a litter or pup.

    Clients receive a detailed DNA report showing whether a questionable
    sire matches along with a laboratory datasheet that includes a DNA
    profile for each individual tested.

    The cost of testing is $38 per tested canine. For example, a trio
    involving dam, pup, and sire is $114

    If you have questions, please feel free to contact DDC Veterinary by
    calling toll free at 1-800-625-0874, or visit us our canine parentage
    webpage online at
    http://www.vetdnacenter.com/canine-parentage-test.html

    Thank you for your time and consideration,

    DDC Veterinary
    Canine DNA Services
    One DDC Way
    Fairfield, Ohio 45014
    USA
    1-800-625-0874
    www.vetdnacenter.com

    About DDC:
    DNA Diagnostics Center (DDC) in Fairfield, Ohio is the largest, most
    trusted private DNA testing laboratory in the world. DDC’s highly
    developed testing methods using PCR and state-of-the-art genetic
    analyzers have become the industry’s standard for accurate, legally
    defensible human DNA testing.

    DDC’s efforts to provide quality DNA testing services are also
    nationally and internationally recognized through a number of
    accreditations. DDC has achieved perfect ratings in its past 7
    consecutive inspections, including those by the American Association of
    Blood Banks (AABB) and the College of American Pathologists (CAP). DDC
    is also accredited by the National Forensic Science Technology Center
    to meet the standards of ISO 17025 and the DNA Advisory Board (DAB).

    If you no longer wish to receive DNA news updates, please reply to this
    email with the word “remove” in the subject line.

    I go this in my email.
     
  2. Doberluv

    Doberluv Active Member

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    Interesting. Thanks for sharing.
     
  3. MOODYGIRL

    MOODYGIRL New Member

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    Sure NP
     
  4. MomOf7

    MomOf7 Evil Kitty taco eater

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    Thats good info to have thank you.
     
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    so...this is only to show the relation between a pup and it's folks, or this is actually supposed to tell you what breed percentage your dog is?
     
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