Raseråd/Valpeformidler

Raseråd/Valpeformidler

 


Basset Artesien Normand

Morten Opsahl
mortenopsahl@mac.com
93023565
Kirkeåsveien 8d
1178 Oslo

 

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Basset Bleu de Gascogne

May Bardal og Ørjan Alm
E-post: Lillealm@hotmail.no
Tlf: 990 49 405/970 28 559

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Basset Fauve de Bretagne

 

Raseråd Fauve
Ann Kristin B. Rygge
annrygge@hotmail.com
95097967
Sandkleiva 6
3060 Svelvik

Valpeformidler Fauve
Merethe Bratsberg Hansen
mkerry.hansen@gmail.com
45264512
Strandgaten 17
3060 Svelvik

 
 Info fra Rase rådet Fauve

Paringen skal ha vært innom raserådet og fått en anbefaling Minste kriterier for anbefaling:
Minst 1 av hundene må ha premiering på drev og begge hunder minimum very good på utstilling. Dette gjøres fordi det er viktig at raserådet kan luke ut “uheldige” paringer så langt det lar seg gjøre. Hvorfor ikke alle paringer av Bfdb består av champion foreldre : Basset fauve de Bretagne er en liten rase i Norge, med noe over 400 individer. Klubben jobber iherdig med å få med flest mulig på prøver rundt om i landet, men noen vil kun jakte med sine hunder. De siste årene har det vært fler Bfdb på drevprøver , og disse viser seg godt ved å ligge på øvre del av premielista. Dette er hunder fra premierte og urpremierte foreldre. Sjekk ved valpekjøp om kullet du/dere tenker på er anbefalt av raserådet, så vet man iallfall at kullet har den beste forutsetning. Uforutsette ting kan selvfølgelig skje i alle paringer . Lista for anbefaling av et kull i Norge er satt lavt fordi vi vil ha et mangfold i avlen og ikke matadoravl, skal vi fortsatt ha Bfdb må vi godta at ikke alle foreldre er champion ,
og heller bruke hunder i avl som ikke gir for høy innavlsgrad.

 

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Grand Basset Griffon Vendeen

hildewestrumHilde Floen Westrum
hilde.westrum@bkkfiber.no
93296021
Marøyvegen 5
5937 Bøvågen

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Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen

mari-150x150Valpeformidler:

Mari Haukeland
mari.d.haukland@gmail.com
95767785
Leversbyvveien 172
3330 Skotselv
geir-150x150Geir Lasse Aune
Ggeir.lasse.aune@gmail.com
93210070
Bratsberggrinda 90
7039 Trondheim

PRIMARY OPEN ANGLE GLAUCOMA (POAG) IN THE PETIT BASSET GRIFFON VENDEEN

Primary open angle glaucoma, also known as POAG, is a painful condition where the pressure in the eye(s) increases over time eventually leading to blindness.
With funding from the Waltham Foundation, the AHT have been investigating an inherited form of this disease which affects the Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen dog breed. The research programme progressed extremely well and the causal mutation for this disorder was identified towards the end of 2014. A DNA test for POAG in the Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen was launched at Crufts 2015.
Ordering a test Tests are available to order online from our Webshop. The standard price of this DNA test is £48 for the UK and countries within the European Union and £40 for countries outside the EU which are exempt from VAT.
Anyone can log on to our Webshop, register if they are not already registered, and order the DNA test kit online. The sample kits will be sent out by post with full instructions and will need to be returned to the AHT by post for testing. Results will be sent to out as soon as they are available, either by post or by email.
DNA Test The disorder shows an autosomal recessive mode of inheritance, which means that two copies of the defective gene (one inherited from each parent) have to be present for a dog to be affected by the disease. Individuals with one copy of the defective gene and one copy of the normal gene, called carriers, show no signs of disease but can pass the defective gene onto their offspring. When two carriers are crossed, 25% (on average) of the offspring will be affected by the disease, 25% will be clear and the remaining 50% will be carriers.

After DNA testing the results will be defined as follows:

CLEAR: The dog has 2 copies of the normal gene and will neither develop POAG, nor pass a copy of the POAG gene to any of its offspring.

CARRIER: The dog has one copy of the normal gene and one copy of the mutant gene that causes POAG. It will not develop POAG but will pass on the POAG gene to 50% (on average) of its offspring.

AFFECTED: The dog has two copies of the POAG mutation and is affected with POAG.
Breeding Advice Carriers can still be bred to clear dogs. On average, 50% of such a litter will be clear and 50% carriers; there can be no affected dogs produced from such a mating. Pups which will be used for breeding can themselves be DNA tested to determine whether they are clear or carrier of POAG.

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Basset Hound

elisabethElisabeth Aune Moseby
auneelisabeth@hotmail.com
90760636
Rakenrudveien 31
1860 Trøgstad
Valpeformidler:
Robert Kvalvåg
robert_kvalvag@yahoo.no
90840525
Solavegen452
4354 Voll

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