The Kennel Club has approved new official DNA testing schemes for dry eye and curly coat syndrome and episodic falling in cavalier King Charles spaniels.
Following consultation with the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel breed health coordinator, the Kennel Club has approved new official DNA testing schemes for dry eye and curly coat syndrome and episodic falling in the breed.
These tests are offered by the Animal Health Trust and Laboklin and further details can be obtained directly from them.
Copies of all future test certificate results issued by the laboratories will be sent directly to the Kennel Club, where the test result will be added to the dog’s registration details, which will trigger the publication of the test result in the next available Breed Records Supplement.
The result will appear on any new registration certificate issued for the dog and on the registration certificates of any future progeny of the dog, and also on the health test sesults finder on the Kennel Club website.