Tests for Lhasa Apso

Below are the tests we currently offer for the Lhasa Apso

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Disease Panels

There are currently no breed-specific panels for the Lhasa Apso. Please choose from the list of individual tests for diseases found in the Lhasa Apso below.

Disease Tests

Additional Disease Tests for Lhasa Apso

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Hemophilia B (Lhasa Apso Type)
Aliases: Christmas disease, Factor IX deficiency
Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Golden Retriever 1
Aliases: GR-PRA1, GR1-PRA
There are additional tests from breeds related to the Lhasa Apso.

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Available Tests From Related Breeds

The breeds we know today have been selectively bred for from a few common ancestors. Breeds that were derived from common ancestors constitute a breed group. Because a breed group is genetically related, mutations and diseases in ancestors or within a breed put all breeds within that group at risk for the same inherited disorders. Therefore, we have provided you the diseases that occur in common ancestors and related breeds so that you can decide whether you wish to also exclude these diseases in your dog.
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Degenerative Myelopathy
Aliases: Canine degenerative myelopathy, DM
Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis (Tibetan Terrier Type)
Aliases: Adult Onset Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis, Amaurotic idiocy, Batten disease, NCL
Primary Lens Luxation
Aliases: Lens luxation, PLL
Progressive Retinal Atrophy, PRA3 (Tibetan Terrier and Spaniel Type)
Aliases: Progressive Retinal Atrophy Type III, PRA3
Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Rod-Cone Dysplasia 4
Aliases: PRA-rcd4

Coat Color and Trait Tests

Paw Print Genetics offers testing for common coat colors and traits. Some genes have more than one mutation, such as those genes involved in Agouti and determining a brown coat color. The tests for those variants have been combined for simplicity in ordering. To learn more, just click any of the coat color or trait names below.