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Pointing Dogs That Hunt!

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A small collection of pointing dog breed websites that place emphasis on pointing dogs as family and hunting companions. Sites are informational, assist, inform, or offer material about their respective breed of pointing dog. Private breeders are welcomed as well as pointing dog related websites that offer services, supplies, or other commercial interests related to pointing dogs. In exceptional circumstances, websites about other working breeds MAY be considered for inclusion at the ring manager's discretion.
 

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Cornell Vizsla Mast Cell Research Project: Sample Collection on March 16, 2013 - 03/02/2013
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What: Cornell University Veterinary School DNA Bank in partnership with the Vizsla Club of America Welfare Foundation (VCA WF) is collecting blood samples from affected and non-affected (8 years old or older) vizslas to identify a gene or multiple genes that may predict a predisposition for mast cell tumor cancer (MCT). This is the first vizsla-specific study of its kind and could result in a genetic test to detect the genetic susceptibility in breeding stock prior to breeding. This is a free health clinic to gather as many samples as possible for this project. FMI: http://www.vet.cornell.edu/news/vizsla.cfm When: Saturday March 16, 2013, 9am – 4pm. Where: Cornell University Veterinary Specialists, Stamford CT 880 Canal Street Stamford, CT 06902 For more information and directions: http://www.cuvs.org Eligible: + Any Vizslas who have been previously diagnosed with MCT. Please bring a copy of the affected dog's histopathology report. + Any Vizslas—8 years or older— who have not been previously diagnosed with MCT. These dogs will be examined by Cornell staff veterinarians to make sure they qualify as controls (non-affected). Cost: Blood draws and examinations are free-of-charge. Registration: Please register for the clinic in advance by contacting Liz Corey (DNA Bank) by email ( dnabank@cornell.edu ) or by phone (607/253.3446). What to bring: your dog(s), a copy of a histopathology report (if applicable), a three-generation pedigree and any OFA/PennHip information for each ...

Cornell Vizsla Mast Cell Research Project: Sample Collection on March 16, 2013



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