Animal Genetics

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2016 Winter Coupon
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Pattern-1 (PATN1)
New test available for Horses. Please see Pattern-1 (PATN1)

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Hoof Wall Separation Disease
New test available for Horses. Please see Hoof Wall Separation Disease (HWSD)

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Equine Gait Testing
Animal Genetics is now offering DMRT3 Gait testing horses $125.00.

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Animal Genetics PSSM1 Testing!
Animal Genetics is pleased to announce that it has the legal, unconditional right to continue to offer genetic testing for PSSM1 to all of its customers around the world. Animal Genetics has acquired all available licenses to offer the complete 5 panel assay and will push forward to make its PSSM1 test, as well as the 5 panel test available to all organizations and their members.

Submitting Canine Samples for Testing

To submit a sample for testing please order our free sample collection kits here. If you have any questions or require assistance please call Animal Genetics and speak to one of our customer service representatives. You may also visit our Canine FAQ page where answers to many common questions can be found. For a complete list of services and costs please go to our Canine Fee Schedule page.

Sample Collection Instructions:

Animal Genetics recommends three methods for collection and submiting canine samples for genetic testing. The three methods are blood samples, buccal or cheek swab, and dewclaw. For more information on sample collection please visit our canine sample collection page.

 

USDA import permits are not required for canine samples.

Download Test Submission Forms:

Payment:

Payment can be made by credit card, check, money order, PayPal (PayPal@animalgenetics.us), or electronic transfer. Checks and money orders should be made out to Animal Genetics and must be in US Dollars and drawn on US Banks. We accept all major credit cards including Visa, MasterCard, American Express & Discover.

Limitations:

As with any genetic test, new mutations may occur in the animals genome that could affect the assay. Therefore, it may be difficult to detect all subtypes. Sample collection plays a pivotal part in the overall accuracy of the test, so please use caution and follow the instructions carefully.

Send Samples To the Address Below:

  • Mail samples to:
  • Animal Genetics,
  • 1336 Timberlane RD.
  • Tallahassee, FL 32312-1766
  • 32312-1766
  • USA