CGAP

Canine Genetic Analysis Project

Department of Animal Science, UC DAVIS


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Donations

 

Your tax-deductible contribution will directly benefit our canine research projects.

Please accept our heartfelt thanks for your generosity.   

Donation by Credit Card

Please use the secure link below to donate:

 

https://give.ucdavis.edu/AANS/AMO647L

 

Donation by Check

Send your check made payable to "UC Regents" (in the memo portion of the check write Canine Genetic Analysis Project):

Department of Animal Science 
Attn: Department Chair 
University of California 
One Shields Avenue 
Davis, CA 95616-8521 

 

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

 

 

 

Support

In addition to the many individuals who have generously supported our research,

we thank the following foundations and organizations:

 

AKC Canine Health Foundation

BeaCon For Health:The Bearded Collie Foundation for Health

Morris Animal Foundation

Orthopedic Foundation for Animals

The Poodle Club of America Foundation

Portuguese Water Dog Foundation, Inc.

 

American Kennel Club (AKC)

American Belgian Tervuren Club

Bearded Collie Club of America

Belgian Sheepdog Club of America

Giant Schnauzer Club of America

Great Dane Club of America

Leonberger Club of America 

Mastiff Club of America 

The Mastiff Club of America’s Seizure Disorder Sub-Committee       

Poodle Club of America

Portuguese Water Dog Club of America

West Highland White Terrier Club of America

 

The Addison's work is a collaborative study between UC Davis, Åke Hedhammar from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU)

and Kerstin Lindblad-Toh from Uppsala Univeristy, Sweden and the Broad Institute of Harvard, Cambridge.

 

The Epilepsy work is a collaborative study between UC Davis and Hannes Lohi from the University of Helsinki, Finland.

 

The SLO work is sponsored by BeaCon For Health:The Bearded Collie Foundation for Health.