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Beagle

The Beagle is a long-established breed, descending from the Foxhound, the Harrier and the Kerry Beagle. They were most commonly used for hunting hare, quail and pheasant, although nowadays they also make excellent family dogs and have even been used in police work.
Genetic Diseases that can be tested for:

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Factor VII Deficiency

Australia / NZ statistics: No information is currently available - keep checking this page for updates

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Pyruvate Kinase Deficiency

Australia / NZ statistics: No information is currently available - keep checking this page for updates

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Please be aware that other genetic diseases or developmental abnormalities may still be present. A genetic test does not replace the need for ongoing clinical assessment by a veterinarian. Disease penetrance and clinical assessment of affected animals can only be performed by a qualified veterinarian.

Disease Statistics provided by breed club health committies and member bodies