RBRandL It Ain’t My Fault, CGC

RBRandL It Ain’t My Fault – Call name “Ozzie”

Ozzie is the “keeper” from our October 2017 Bolo X Tilly litter. Selected for her good looks and solid temperament, Ozzie is biddable, courageous, and confident, with a fairly high desire to retrieve. She’s also resilient and stable. We continue to enjoy obedience training and hunt training.

Ozzie is energetic, playful, and affectionate. She is a delightful addition to our home, our ‘pack’, and our breeding program.

We expect a bright future for this CAN/UKC/AKC Ch Von Hausman’s Bowl Me Over JH x RBRandL Chantilly Lace CGC girl.

DOB: 5 October 2017

Weight: 63 pounds

Centronuclear Myopathy (CNM) – Clear

Copper Toxicosis (Labrador Retriever Type) ATP7A* – Carrier Female

Copper Toxicosis (Labrador Retriever Type) ATP7B – Clear

Degenerative Myelopathy (DM) – Clear

Exercise Induced Collapse (EIC) – Clear

Hereditary Nasal Parakeratosis (HNPK) – Clear

Progressive Retinal Atrophy/ Progressive Rod-Cone Degeneration – Clear

Retinal Dysplasia/Oculoskeletal Dysplasia (RD/OSD) – Clear

Skeletal Dysplasia 2 (SD2) – Clear

D Locus (Dilute) – Non Dilute

Hips – Good

Elbows – Normal

*This dog was tested for a genetic mutation of the canine ATP7A gene which partially protects against copper toxicosis in dogs that have inherited the ATP7B mutation described above. This dog carries one copy of the ATP7A gene mutation. The ATP7A gene mutation is more effective at decreasing the risk of copper toxicosis in male dogs than females. However, since multiple factors (both genetic and environmental) play a role in causing copper toxicosis, the ATP7A mutation is not completely protective in either sex. Note: The ATP7A mutation is located on the X chromosome. Since males only have a single X chromosome they can only inherit a single copy of this mutation.

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