It is important to know who does what best for your dog. Vets are there to diagnose and help cure most ills, including arthritis, diabetes and so on. However, there are many genetic diseases that vets just cannot diagnose, and will through no fault of their own, do their best to figure out what is wrong with your dog, such as going through skin scraping, bacterial culture, fungal culture and biopsy prior to getting a diagnosis. All at a cost to you, not to mention the otherwise-avoidable stress and heartache in between. Whereas proactive genetic testing combined with the clinical signs would give them conclusive evidence of the underlying condition.
What you see here for your dog are the known genetic diseases that affect the breed. Once you have the results if your dog is affected or a carrier of the disease, you can send the report to your vet, to help put together a care plan.
Note: Test results are 99.9% accurate, and a full Vet-level breakdown is provided for you.