El-Zorab wrote:the answer is simple valencia. it is because the test is not accurate enough at the moment. if with this test, obviously ill dogs come out to be negative, then i don't want to know how accurate the negative results are.
just because a dog comes out negative at this test, it doesn't mean he truly is negative.
i take the risk to get killed now, when i say : at the moment this test is nothing more for me than a marketing gimmic
El-Zorab wrote:i totally agree with you bitten ! i think one should save up the money and better holter every year or two just to know if the dog is ok. this is more worth than a genetical test which is not accurate.
Yes, the problem is genetic - hence we do need proper research into this health issue.
As said - the future - and hopefully soon - might be able to provide additional tools and also a more accurate DNA test.
when somebody will understand 1% from every my post , will understand the entire truth.
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