***PERMISSION TO CROSS POST*** Canine Epilepsy Studies at the Animal Health Trust Scientists and clinicians at the Animal Health Trust (Animal Welfare, Cat, Dog, Horse, Charity, Donations, Animal Health Trust) are embarking on an exciting project to investigate the genetic basis of epilepsy in the Border Collie. By combining the expertise of the clinicians to diagnose dogs with idiopathic epilepsy and state of the art genetic research capability we hope to identify the genetic factors that influence a Border Collie's risk of developing epilepsy. If the research is successful the end product will be a DNA test that can identify any Border Collie's risk of developing epilepsy and passing it on to future generations. If you have a Border Collie that is either: a) Affected with idiopathic epilepsy b) Closely related to a dog that is affected with idiopathic epilepsy c) Unaffected with epilepsy and over 7 years of age please consider donating a DNA sample to this research project. Many Thanks Luisa De Risio, DMV, MRCVS, PhD, DECVN, European and RCVS recognised specialist in veterinary neurology Neurology/Neurosurgery Unit Centre for Small Animal Studies and Cathryn Mellersh, PhD Department of Genetics Centre of Preventive Medicine DNA Testing- Contact Us General Enquiries: email@example.com Requests for swab kits: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: +44 (0)8700 509144 Fax: +44 (0)8700 502461 Address: Genetic Services, Animal Health Trust, Lanwades Park, Kentford, Newmarket, Suffolk CB8 7UU.