ESSENTIAL INFORMATION FOR ALL DOG LOVERS!A one-of-a kind app to inform you of the potential inherited diseases in your dog, and steps you can take to prevent them. * What every dog owner should know in order to safeguard the health of his or her dog. * Looking for a dog? What you should know before you buy. * The most popular dog breeds and their inherited predispositions. * Descriptions of possible genetic diseases and steps for prevention. Never again will you be told by your veterinarian that you should have come in sooner, when preventive treatment could have been started. * Recommended testing and timelines for testing. * Be informed...do not spend money on unnecessary or extra diagnostic tests. * Includes information on over 160 genetically linked diseases. Prevent bladder and kidney stones, blindness from glaucoma, strokes from high blood pressure and more. * Why wait for disease to occur before you do anything? * Genetic breed information that will help you select a pet health insurance company that will best cover your dog’s genetic risks. Avoid claims from being declined due to disease exclusions. * A handy in-your-pocket guide, to protect your " best friend" from potentially serious health problems - valuable information condensed into one resource. Written by a veterinarian with easy-to-understand explanations. Find out why veterinarians are using this information for client education in their offices. Craig Mohnacky DVM, Vista California: "Great product - long overdue! Our clients are very receptive to it.”Miranda Bourque DVM, Calgary Canada: “This information is so important for our pet owners…in such an easy to read format….I am excited to add this breed information to all of my new puppy packs.”Zoran Djordevich DVM, Carlsbad California: "Many thanks for information that generates such a positive attitude from our clients toward preventative health care. Our clients really like it." Breeds Included: Australian Shepherd Basset Hound Beagle Bichon Frises Boston Terrier Boxer Brittany Spaniel Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Chihuahua Cocker Spaniel Collie Dachshund Doberman English Bulldogs English Springer Spaniel French Bulldog German Shepherd German Shorthaired Pointer Golden Retriever Great Dane Jack Russell Terrier Labrador Retriever Maltese Mastiff Miniature Pinscher Papillon Pembroke Welsh Corgi Pit Bull Terrier Pomeranian Poodle – Miniature/Toy/Teacup Poodles –Standard Pug Rottweiler Schnauzer, Miniature Shetland Sheepdog Shih Tzu Siberian Husky Weimaraner West Highland White Terrier Yorkshire Terrier Our users said: “I have a three-year-old Labrador Retriever who was diagnosed with diabetes because of this information. I recognized the symptoms after looking at the predispositions and the disease description for the breed. My veterinarian commented that we were fortunate to come in to see her when the disease was still in the earliest stages.”“I am so grateful for this information. When looking at the predispositions for Chihuahuas, I noticed that they are prone to glaucoma. I took my Chihuahua to our vet; he tested her and discovered that she was in the early stages of the disease. It involved a relatively simple test, but I wouldn’t have known to ask for it...but because of this knowledge, I did. Our vet said glaucoma is usually not diagnosed until the later stages, after vision loss. My dog is my best friend, and I feel lucky that this was detected before she became blind.”Author: Craig Dixon DVM - a practicing veterinarian for forty years and author of two published books: First Aide for Pets and Breed Risk Prevention in Dogs, a veterinary reference book.