I can answer questions on genetics referring to all companion animals.
I have written and presented lectures on genetics in the UK Europe and USA around cats dogs and ferrets. I have also presided over examinations presented to trainee judges and students of veterinary science.
I have a PhD in Microbiology and was awarded a Fellowship at Liverpool.
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