REQUEST REPORTS

REQUEST A BREEDING REPORT

This online version of our database project will not generate the breeding report packet that many breeders are accustomed to seeing when making their final decisions on a pairing. Fortunately we are able outsource this task. Reports are available for a nominal service fee:

Quantity
email where to send reports
list dog’s name or sire/dam for test reports

Reports still on account? Email your request [HERE] Be sure to include the name and sire/dam of each dog in the pairing.

Breeding Reports Include…

The Breeding Report Packet is a spreadsheet of combined and manipulated custom reports from the PedX program. They are generated utilizing the latest information from the core database, thus are as up-to-date as possible. Included are:

  • Pedigree Health Report, 5 generation, information includes
    • test pairing name/date, IC%
    • sire/dam : registered name, call name, dob, coat color/type, ht/wt, DNA, IC%, OTX designation, health testing, ownership, photo
    • grandparents : registered name, call name, dob, coat color/type, hips, elbows, heart, DNA, IC%, OTX designation
    • gg parents : registered name, call name, coat color/type, hips, IC%, OTX designation
    • ggg parents : registered name, coat color, IC%, OTX designation
    • gggg parents : registered name
  • Ancestor List; includes OTX designation and hip data
  • Relationship List Dam; includes OTX designation and hip data
  • Relationship List Sire; includes OTX designation and hip data
  • Breeding Planner Calculations; run based on 10 generations; (3 reports based on the following columns sorted – % of Blood, COI and COR); information is the same on all reports and includes
    • COI (coefficient of inbreeding)
    • COR (coefficient of relationship)
    • Count (# of times dog appears in this report
    • Min (the minimum generation the dog appears in the report)
    • Max (the maximum generation the dog appears in the report
    • % of Blood

Reference

Article, Pedigree Analysis – Deciphered by Tina Porternote this article was written several years ago, the CovAX column is no longer available in our program.