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Paw Print Pedigrees: All About the Dog Page

Paw Print Pedigrees: All About the Dog Page

Just as with your breeder page in Paw Print Pedigrees, the publicly accessible database of canine test results performed at Paw Print Genetics, your dog page(s) allow you to securely display your dog’s test results. It also lets you to highlight everything about your dog.

While your breeder page allows you to display overview information about your kennel or breeding goals, as well as your website, contact info and dogs, each specific dog page lets you go more in depth about each individual dog.

The dog page starts with the dog’s name and gives you the option of uploading a photo. If your dog is panel tested (meaning it has received all of the known mutations for the breed offered by Paw Print Genetics), a blue panel with a trophy denoting the accomplishment will appear between the name and photo.

Down the left side of the page, the dog’s personal information is listed: call name, registered name, its Paw Print Genetics laboratory number, its registration number, breed, sex, date of birth, microchip number and tattoo identifier.

In the middle of the page appears your name (or the name of the person who tested the dog). If you created a ...

Paw Print Pedigrees: All About the Breeder Page

Paw Print Pedigrees: All About the Breeder Page

When Paw Print Genetics launched Paw Print Pedigrees, the public-accessible database of canine test results performed at our laboratory, we wanted to give our clients a free platform to promote their breeding program and dogs in a simple, easy-to-use format. The goal was to create a one-stop reference site for our clients that matched the one-stop ease of genetic screening at Paw Print Genetics.

Our breeder page allows you quick access to contact information and permits an overview of your kennel, dogs and breeding philosophies and goals.

As you can see in the picture, down the left side of the page a user has instant access to your name, the badges you’ve earned (currently benchmarks of the number of dogs you’ve tested), your website, phone number and email address. You can then upload a picture of one of your dogs to show the user an example of exactly the kind of dog you are producing.

If you’re trying to promote your kennel, prominently displaying your contact information is of utmost importance. With Paw Print Pedigrees, it’s easy to find and connect with potential puppy buyers and other breeders who take genetic screening as seriously as you do. 

In the ...