RobetteJohns

About Robette Johns

This author has not yet filled in any details.
So far Robette Johns has created 3 blog entries.

Greatest Needs in Canine Health

2019-05-06T13:27:23-05:00

Collaborating on the Greatest Needs in Canine Health 11/01/2018 Author: Sharon M. Albright, DVM CCRT The AKC Canine Health Foundation’s vision is to address the health needs of all dogs across their entire lifetime by focusing on their physical, mental, and social well-being. That’s a lot of science to cover! So how does AKC Canine Health [...]

Greatest Needs in Canine Health2019-05-06T13:27:23-05:00

Length Variations within the Merle Retrospansposon

2019-05-06T13:20:05-05:00

Length variations within the Merle retrotransposon of canine PMEL: Correlating genotype with phenotype Sarah C. Murphy, Jacquelyn M. Evans, Kate L. Tsai and Leigh Anne Clark Email authorView ORCID ID profile Mobile DNA20189:26 https://doi.org/10.1186/s13100-018-0131-6 ©  The Author(s). 2018 Received: 5 June 2018 Accepted: 27 July 2018 Published: 3 August 2018 This is the scientific published article from Mobile DNA 2018 about The Genetics of Merle Patterns in Dogs READ MORE - https://mobilednajournal.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s13100-018-0131-6 

Length Variations within the Merle Retrospansposon2019-05-06T13:20:05-05:00

Genetics of Merle Patterns in Dogs

2019-05-06T13:20:48-05:00

The genetics of merle coat patterns in dogs Merle coat patterns, prevalent in breeds like Dachshunds, Great Danes, and Collies, can vary greatly. In this blog, researchers from Clemson University examined how these coat pattern varieties differ on the genetic level. Sarah Murphy & Leigh Anne Clark 3 Aug 2018 Sarah Murphy, B.S. is a graduate [...]

Genetics of Merle Patterns in Dogs2019-05-06T13:20:48-05:00

Collie Health Foundation

The Collie Health Foundation’s mission is to fund research medical projects that will benefit the future health of the Collie, and to educate the public and Collie breeders about health issues.

Collie Health Foundation Name

On December 17, 2002 the organization changed it’s name from the Collie Club of America Foundation to the Collie Health Foundation in order to give the Foundation a unique identity separate from the Collie Club of America and more clearly represent our mission.

Collie Health Foundation Logo

Our new logo was generously donated by Diana Hiesilieu. There is a story behind this new logo, a story about a Collie we bred and had the extreme privilege of knowing – A Collie by the name of Noah…Read More!