DNA Profile

A DNA profile is present of each family tree dog nowadays. The parents' DNA profile is requested, and every puppy is taken from an employee of the Board of Directors DNA. In this way, 100% determine which parent the puppies are. No DNA Unknown to a family tree dog.


Ellebow dysplasia

Elbow dysplasia is a developmental disorder of particularly the cartilage in the joints. It can be hereditary, but environmental factors often also play a role in getting the condition. You can think of all kinds of movements that you don't have to do with a dog in growth: walking too long, on grounds with 'irregular' surfaces such as the forest, and certainly the dunes and walking on the mulled sand on the beach. Running behind a ball is not wise for the first year. Also playing too much with other dogs (often nice to see) is not good for development, build this quietly.


Hip dysplasia

This is a condition that is common in dogs. The hip joint is not well formed in the base, so the parts of the hip do not fit well together, the dog has pain and problems with walking. The construction for hip dysplasia is partly hereditary.


Patella Luxation

Patella Luxatie is a knee condition. During bending and stretching, the kneecap (patella) glides over the thigh in a trench. The shape and depth of the trench and the sturdy joint hairstyle around the knee ensure that the kneecap remains in the trench during this movement. Patella Luxation is too loose kneecap: it does not stay neatly in the trench while moving and moving inwards or outwards. As with hip dysplasia and elbow dyplasia, there is a hereditary basis, but here too environmental factors can play a role.



In this disease, one or more inthyroid glands produce too much parathyroid hormone (this hormone regulates the concentration calcium in the blood), giving the blood too high a lime level/content and increasing the gland. The dog may have kidney problems, but can also develop a tumor on one of the bee thyroid glands. The disease is transmitted by a dominant defect gene. When the male and bitch are free from the defective gene, the offspring are also free.