K9 Thunder our latest and greatest Belgian Malinois
Thunder was whelped out of Alex Von Armour and Maximus Samuel on September 11th 2018, I will do my best to keep this page updated.
Update: 5-8-2019 Thunder is just about 8 months old he is turning out to be a spectacular dog he now weighs about 65lbs almost as tall as Max and very heavy boned, he has good ball drive and his hunt drive is excellent, his temperament is fantastic as he has not met a person or animal he does not like, he lives indoors and sleeps on his bed next to my wife's side of the bed, his personality is much like his dams, all of our training with him to date has been obedience, the little bite work we have done with him shows great promise as he will be a hard-hitting dog with a very hard full bite. I have added more photos top right, I have also added a video of him as his coat colours changed up to about 5 or 6 months, I will add another video when we get a nice sunny day and time allows.
Veterinary Report by
Test Date: September 20th, 2019
Owner Name: Frank Davis
Dog Name: Thunder
Sex: Male (intact)
Date of birth: 09/11/18 (Estimated)
Breed type: purebred
Breed: Belgian Malinois
Breed registration: AKC
Genetic breed identification:
Belgian Malinois: 100.0%
Predicted adult weight: 79 lbs
Calculated from 17 size genes.
Genetic age: 16 human years
Human equivalent age based on size, date of birth provided, and other factors
These clinical genetic traits can inform clinical decisions and diagnoses. These traits do not predict a disease state or increased risk for disease. We currently assess one clinical trait: Alanine Aminotransferase Activity.
Alanine Aminotransferase (ALT) Activity result: Normal
How to interpret these results:
AT RISK status: Testing positive (AT RISK) is predictive of your dog being affected by this condition, but it is not a final diagnosis nor does it predict when symptoms may occur or the severity of a condition in your dog.
CARRIER status: This indicates the dog has inherited a recessive allele for a genetic trait or mutation. This is not enough to cause symptoms of the disease but is important to bear in mind if the dog ever has offspring.
Not AT RISK for any conditions tested.
Not a CARRIER for any conditions tested.