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How Veterinarians Can Interpret and Communicate Genetic Health Results

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Clinical genetics is a rapidly evolving field. Genetic screening has already shown valuable clinical utility, complementing existing best practices and strengthening the doctor–client–patient bond. The way veterinarians interpret and communicate these results, however, can involve additional considerations for both the clinician and the client.  As we learn more about how genetic variants relate to health...

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Telford Vet Hospital pilot study​

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Purpose of the pilot study In the summer of 2021, Embark partnered with Telford Veterinary Hospital to offer genetic screening to their patients. Many veterinarians worldwide have been offering genetic tests for years and pet owners have brought at-home genetic test results to their veterinarians. This study was designed to gauge client and veterinary fit...

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RACE-approved Canine Genetics Continuing Education

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Embark for Veterinarians offers these CE Credit RACE-approved sessions in conjunction with DVM360Flex to veterinary professionals to bring you the latest in canine genetics. Keep your accreditation current and stay on the cutting edge of veterinary science. Implementation and Interpretation of Canine Genetic Screening in General Practice Delight Your Clients with Canine Genetic Health Screening...

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Embark Veterinary Welcomes New Members to Veterinary Advisory Board

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Embark Veterinary, Inc., a global leader in dog health and genetics, announced the appointment of three new members to its Veterinary Advisory Board (VAB) in January 2024. The goal of the VAB is to provide an external animal health sector perspective to Embark’s mission and enable successful commercialization by guiding priorities and ensuring scientific fidelity....

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Most Popular Dog Breeds’ Common Genetic Health Risks

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The most popular breeds in America tend to be larger dogs with dependable temperaments to get their job done, whether in the home, in the field, or in a professional career. Four of the most common breeds are the Labrador Retriever, French Bulldog, German Shepherd Dog, and Golden Retriever. Genetic health risks listed for each...

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Can Genetic Health Screening Prevent Dogs from Enrolling in Pet Health Insurance?

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One of the first questions dog owners tend to ask veterinarians when discussing whether to do a genetic health screening on their dog is, “Will this affect my dog’s ability to get pet health insurance if the screening reveals an at-risk condition?” Dog owners also ask, “Can genetic test results be considered proof of pre-existing...

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Case Study: How genetic testing uncovered a dog’s risk for HUU

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Watch this video to learn how the Telford Veterinary Hospital used canine DNA testing to make a care plan for their patient that will benefit the dog and their owner for years to come.

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Case Study: Uncovering vWD (Type I) in a surprising dog breed!

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Watch this video to learn how the Telford Veterinary Hospital used an Embark Dog DNA Test to uncover a surprising genetic health risk in a Keeshond dog.

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Responsible Breeding Practices

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2022 Canine Health Summit Responsible Breeding Practices Wed, April 27, 2022 | 12:30 PM ET SHARE   Jenna Dockweiler, MS, DVM, DACT, CCRT, CVAT Veterinary Geneticist, Embark Veterinary After this presentation, participants should be able to describe the diagnosis of dystocia in the bitch. Both medical and surgical treatment of dystocia will be discussed. Pyometra...

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Canine Reproductive Emergencies

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2022 Canine Health Summit Canine Reproductive Emergencies Wed, April 27, 2022 | 11:15 AM ET SHARE   Jenna Dockweiler, MS, DVM, DACT, CCRT, CVAT Veterinary Geneticist, Embark Veterinary After this presentation, participants should be able to describe the diagnosis of dystocia in the bitch. Both medical and surgical treatment of dystocia will be discussed. Pyometra...

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How Veterinarians Can Use Canine Genetic Health Test Results

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In this video, discover how Embark’s results and on-hand expertise made it easy for the Telford Veterinary Hospital to use results to help the dogs at their practice.

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How Veterinarians Can Incorporate Dog DNA Testing Into Their Practice

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In this video, discover how the Telford Veterinary Hospital incorporates Embark DNA Test results into their practice.  

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For veterinary professionals wanting to add genetic screening to their clinics, Embark Veterinary can show you how to apply proactive patient care through genetics. DNA Testing is the new standard of care in canine health.

Increase your genetics knowledge through case studies, online genetic health resources, and continuing education courses via VetBloom. Discover how applying genetic screening to your practice can create more patient care options and increase your bond with your pet owners.