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Mixed or Purebreed Combined Dog Theft DNA Register and 25+ Disease Health Check

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Mixed or Purebreed Combined Dog Theft DNA Register and 25+ Disease Health Check

Description - Stuff you need to know

This pack gives you the 'Essential' range of DNA Health Checks for any breed of dog. Meaning the list below is the top 29 problematic diseases that affect most dogs. It's not conclusive - hence why we also offer 175 and 250 tests, but it suits caring dog parents who want to do a general check without having to pay for all the others.

This test is ideal for any dog, meaning anything from a random scruffy rescue, right through to a purebreed. They all need your love no matter what.

With Safehaus you get to discover exactly what genetics your dog has, so that if he or she is carrying anything iffy, so that you can give the report to your vet, and map out the perfect care plan.

This pack is also combined with the Police Dog Theft DNA Register. Giving you peace of mind that if the unthinkable happens, and even if the microchip gets removed by a thief (which is common), then Police find your dog, they can (and do) swab dog's saliva, and your Lab comes right back home again. Happy days.

You even get the pretty cool smartphone or PC dashboard at no extra cost. So all your info in one convenient place should you need it in a hurry.

The list of diseases checked is below. Note we test each gene mutation twice, using two independent methods, ensuring 99.9% accurate results in about 2 weeks. 

Note: if you get stuck with any of these crazy-sounding disease names, don't worry, as we or your vet can happily translate.

Disease Test Included

(Click the links to see full disease guide on each)
Coagulation Factor VII Deficiency
Collie Eye Anomaly
Cone Degeneration
Cystinuria (Labrador Retriever Type)
Degenerative Myelopathy (Common Variant)
Degenerative Myelopathy Early-Onset Risk Modifier (Pembroke Welsh Corgi Type)
Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa
Ectodermal Dysplasia, X-Linked (Shepherd Type)
Exercise-Induced Collapse
Familial Nephropathy (Cocker Spaniel Type)
Glycogen Storage Disease VII, PFK Deficiency
GM2 Gangliosidosis (Poodle Type)
Hemophilia A (German Shepherd Dog, Type 2)
Hereditary Cataracts (Australian Shepherd Type)
Hereditary Nasal Parakeratosis
Ichthyosis (Golden Retriever Type)
Myotubular Myopathy 1
Progressive Retinal Atrophy (Bullmastiff/Mastiff Type)
Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Cone-Rod Dystrophy 1
Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Golden Retriever 2
Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Progressive Rod-Cone Degeneration
Pyruvate Kinase Deficiency (Labrador Retriever Type)
Thrombopathia (American Eskimo Dog Type)
Trapped Neutrophil Syndrome
Von Willebrand Disease I
Von Willebrand Disease II
Von Willebrand Disease III (Shetland Sheepdog Type)


  • The Worlds First All In One Dog DNA Test Health Check for essential traits and diseases which also includes registration on a National UK Police Recognised Dog DNA database so that your dog can be legally returned to you if stolen
  • Developed by Vets and PhD geneticists this dog dna test uk will show if your dog has any common inherited diseases that affect things like metabolism bones eyes kidneys etc so you can save on vet bills by developing a custom lifelong pet care plan
  • From September 2021 UK Police and Government advise you to register your dog on a dog DNA database so that if your dog is found or recovered then it will be quickly returned you where it belongs even if the microchip had been removed by dog thieves
  • When the dna dog test kit arrives you give us a few details then collect your dogs saliva which is easy as you dont need to open your dogs mouth but instead you slide the swabs outside the teeth and inside the cheeks then return in prepaid envelope
  • We provide genetic counselling at no charge via our UK Office to help put a dog health plan together for your dog and also if you are concerned about safety when walking your dog we supply powerful Police branded visible deterrent clothing and signs

Q:- What are the most common cases where people waste tons of money at a vet - When a dna health check gave the answers?

A:- There are many diseases that vets cannot diagnose. Take Ichthyosis as an example.
Ichthyosis is an inherited condition of the skin affecting a wide range of dogs. The age of onset and severity of disease are highly variable, however most affected dogs present before one year of age with flaky skin and dull hair. Over time the skin develops a greyish colour and appears thick and scaly, especially over the abdomen. The symptoms may progress to severe scaling all over the body, may improve with age, or may come and go over the dog’s lifetime. They are then always at increased risk for skin infections.
The dna test is a simple way to a definitive diagnosis and the vet can move to a more tailored treatment plan. Vets are capable of making a diagnosis without the genetic test, if they recognise it or have experience with it. However, the genetic test could fast track the process. There are many similar conditions; Exercised-Induced Collapse (EIC), Degenerative Myelopathy (DM), Von Willebrand Disease (VWD). All of which are nasty and can work out pretty expensive if not identified early on.

Q:- Can you give an example of when a dog has some sickness, and the vet took a while trying different solutions, only to eventually recommend a dna test

A:- Degenerative myelopathy (which is an inherited neurologic disorder of dogs) or other neurological diseases (EIC, Episodic falling syndrome, any of the Neuronal Ceroid lipofuscinoses) are known to be unidentifiable by Vets, and all pretty nasty.
Vets will often go through skin scraping, bacterial culture, fungal culture and biopsy - all at a cost tot the dog owner - prior to getting a diagnosis. Genetic testing with the clinical signs would give them strong evidence of the underlying condition.
The genetic test could identify this condition well before onset. In other words, its better to have a proactive approach than a reactive, for the sake of your wallet, and also stress levels and just being a good dog parent.