DNA Testing | if Cats and Dogs Could Talk, Would They Yell in Pain?

Whether it is raising children or pets, I believe everyone has one thing in common, that is, when they are sick, you as a parent will be particularly distressed to see them uncomfortable, and wish you could suffer it for them. For pet owners, the more difficult thing is not whether the disease is easily cured or not, but that pets cannot speak and are good at hiding pain, so sometimes they are particularly painful, but we do not know.


DNA Testing | if Cats and Dogs Could Talk, Would They Yell in Pain?


I have a very cute Garfield who likes to lie lazily on my quilt and sleep. But for a while, it always hid in the closet, lingering, neither playing nor caring about me. At first, I thought it was mad at me because of something, or it was in a bad mood. In short, I didn't expect it to hide because it was uncomfortable. After a few days, I noticed that its stool was not normal, and I suddenly realized that it was hiding in the dark because of an uncomfortable stomach. I, who knew the truth, felt distressed at the moment, and hurried to take it to the pet hospital for examination. My Garfield took a few days of medicine before slowly getting better. Fortunately, this is a minor illness, and there are no sequelae caused by delayed treatment, otherwise I, the owner, will certainly regret it.


It is believed that most parents can take pets to the pet hospital for treatment when pets are sick, but they lack the awareness of regular medical examinations. Animals are masters of disease tolerance, because their ancestors lived in the wild environment, if they easily show their "weakness", it is easy to be eliminated by nature. Over time, this gene has also been preserved. In fact, pets, like humans, require regular medical examinations to check the physical conditions that may occur. Many diseases have developed for some time when the owner observes the abnormal behavior of pets. Many diseases are intrinsic, even sometimes they eat, sleep and poop are normal,  it is hard to ensure that there is no hidden danger to health.


DNA Testing | if Cats and Dogs Could Talk, Would They Yell in Pain?


Therefore,  "regular physical examination and genetic testing"of pets are particularly important. In addition to regular examination, genetic testing is also particularly important, so what is the magic of genetic testing? Genetic testing can not only help parents understand the baby's life and temperament, but also detect health risks, screen for common genetic diseases of pets, and let parents take preventive measures against these diseases!


DNA Testing | if Cats and Dogs Could Talk, Would They Yell in Pain?


1. Genetic testing and interpretation

The interpretation of the genetic information of individual pet allows us to better understand the life of pets. Unique genes make it unique, so how is its physical fitness? What about temperament? Feel the power of its life and let the genes tell you why it is so special.


2. Explore pet health risks & genetic diseases

Interpreting its genetic code allows you to anticipate the hidden disease risks in its life, which can be prevented in advance and treated in time to achieve a satisfying effect.


DNA Testing | if Cats and Dogs Could Talk, Would They Yell in Pain?


3. Guide to scientific nurturing and medication

Genes affect not only the metabolism and demand of nutrients, but also the response and effects of drugs. Let the genes tell you what it needs and what is the body resisting?


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