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After processing your samples, you / the breed club will receive the test result as a PDF document. Here you’ll find an explanation of the rough outline for such a report using the example of the “Hoof Wall Separation Disease (HWSD)”:

Here you can also find examples of reports for the Parentage Testing and the Identity Testing:

Animal Information

Here you’ll find the animal information: Name, Breed, Registry Number, Microchip Number, CAG-Animal ID

Owner Information

Here you’ll find your or the owner’s information: Name, Address, CAG-Client ID

Test Informationen and Results

This table shows the respective results for all conducted tests.

Interpretation of Results
Here you’ll find if and what kind of genetic changes are apparent and the explanation of its means to your horse’s health

This part contains specific breeding recommendations for this horse. The following is an example of what they might say: Carriers may be bred to normal animals (N/hwsd x N/N) without any risk of producing affected offspring. The offspring should also be tested before breeding to determine if they are carriers or normal.

Additional Information

Here you’ll find complementary information like references.

If the samples were taken by a veterinarian or a breed club representative, it will be noted here.

CAG is a member of the International Socienty for Animal Genetics (ISAG) and participates in the biannually conducted ISAG – Parentage Typing Comparison Test for horses and dogs.

Each report is reviewed by one of our genetic experts before dispatched. The result may be shipped to your breed club, if requested.
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