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Advances in canine genetic testing—and what these tests mean for you
Genetic testing can reveal a mixed-breed dog's heritage and tell you if a dog carries a gene mutation that could lead to a disease in its offspring. And someday it may even make many of today's genetic diseases a thing of the past.


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