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These clinical genetic tools can inform clinical decisions and diagnoses. These tools do not predict increased risk for disease.
The liver enzyme alanine aminotransferase, or ALT, is one of several values your veterinarian measures on routine blood work to gauge liver health.
Genetic testing is the only way to know if your dog has this clinical condition.
No treatment is necessary! Your veterinarian may recommend blood work to establish an individualized baseline ALT value during an annual wellness exam or before starting certain medications. You and your veterinarian would then be able to monitor your dog for any deviation from this established baseline.
If Abby inherited any of the variants that we tested, they will be listed at the top of the Health Report section, along with a description of how to interpret this result. We also include all of the variants that we tested Abby for that we did not detect the risk variant for.A genetic test is not a diagnosis
This genetic test does not diagnose a disease. Please talk to your vet about your dog’s genetic results, or if you think that your pet may have a health condition or disease.
Abby did not have the variants that we tested for, that are relevant to her breed:
Abby did not have the variants that we tested for, in the following conditions that the potential effect on dogs with Abby’s breed may not yet be known.
Embark Veterinary is a canine genetics company offering research-grade genetic tests to pet owners and breeders. Every Embark test examines over 200,000 genetic markers, and provides results for over 170 genetic health conditions, breed identification, clinical tools, and more.
Embark is a research partner of the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine and collaborates with scientists and registries to accelerate genetic research in canine health. We make it easy for customers and vets to understand, share and make use of their dog’s unique genetic profile to improve canine health and happiness.
Learn more at embarkvet.com
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