Pet Testing by Easy DNA

Genetic Bird Sexing

Avian DNA Sexing

£ 95.00

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Analyses your birds’ DNA to accurately determine the sex of many species.

  • Determines the sex of a bird with 100% accuracy
  • Tests feather and/or blood samples
  • Examines chromosomal designation known as ZW chromosomes
  • Tests a minimum of five samples
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Mixed Breed Testing for Dogs

DNA My Dog Breed Test

£ 58.00

Analyses your dog’s DNA to identify the breeds in your mixed-breed dog

  • Understand the genetic heritage of your dog, their unique traits and predisposition to disease
  • Covers the most prevalent breeds found in mixed-breed dogs
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Paternity Testing for Dogs

Dog Parentage Test

£ 129.00

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Analyses your dog’s DNA to accurately determine the parent/s, helping breeders to provide a guarantee of the dog’s ancestry and pedigree.

  • Uses a profile of 16 genetic markers
  • Can be carried out on new born puppies
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Dog DNA Testing without the Mother

£ 199.00

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Analyses the DNA of your dog and the ‘alleged’ sire(s), but not the mother, to determine paternity.

  • Establishes the parentage and pedigree of a dog with an accuracy of 99.99%
  • Extended testing with more DNA markers to compensate for the mother’s absence
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Inherited Disease Testing for Dogs

Dog Inherited Disease & Trait Test

£ 49.00

Analyses your dog’s DNA to assess its genetic disease susceptibility.

  • The most accurate and scientific means available for selective mating
  • Analyses SNPs in your dog’s DNA, which act as tellers of disease
  • Results in seven working days
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Inherited Disease Testing for Cats

Feline PKD Testing

£ 44.00

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Analyses your cat’s DNA to determine whether it has inherited a copy of the gene that elevates the risk of developing Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD).

  • A means of ensuring a healthy gene pool
  • Can be done without the help of a veterinary surgeon
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