It's a lot higher than I would have expected.
Then again,they are interim statistics and people would have started testing to hunt down suspects.
But I hope it puts an end to the notion that carriers could or should be removed from breeding programmes.
Carriers are in fact healthy dogs,and in the hands of capable and competent breeders,can be utilised for the benefit of the breed.
Sharing my sofa with Holly, Ivy,Lilly and Hazy.. and never forgetting our beautiful Daisy who reached the bridge too soon.