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 DataDawg 2015
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Inheritance & Genetics
The Bluebonnet Norfolk Terrier Club does not recommend, guarantee, endorse, nor rate these recommendations or contributors, their kennel or their stock. The purpose of this section is to share the knowledge and experience of breeders who have vast experience in whelping and raising puppies. The tips and tricks below are intended to augment qualified veterinarian care, not as a substitute for qualified veterinarian care of the dam and puppies.
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The gene for an overbite is a simple recessive. It means that both the sire and the dam carry this gene recessively. You could repeat the breeding and have no overbites or all overbites......it's just a roll of the dice. But the puppies will also carry the gene........and is something to be remembered when breeding with those puppies.
CERF and OFA have been resynchronizing their databases. If your dog’s CERF exam does not appear on the CERF website, it will not appear on the OFA website.
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