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Table 7 The average contribution of MCB, Wycliffe, and OEA ancestry to standard poodles during the decades of the 1950s and into the 2010s

From: The effect of genetic bottlenecks and inbreeding on the incidence of two major autoimmune diseases in standard poodles, sebaceous adenitis and Addison’s disease

Decade Disease # Dogs  % MCB  % Wycliffe  % OEA AvgCOI-10 AvgCOI-15
1950 AD 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
1950 SA 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
1950 Total population 7,371 4.6 2.0 0.5 9.2 9.6
1960 AD 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
1960 SA 12 69.1 61.6 0.0 16.3 17.7
1960 Total population 9,541 18.5 13.0 5.1 11.6 12.7
1970 AD 4 84.8 79.6 0.0 24.5 27.4
1970 SA 17 76.3 70.3 0.0 23.2 26.1
1970 Total population 16,541 37.7 30.8 6.9 12.9 15.3
1980 AD 34 69.8 59.2 2.7 20.6 24.9
1980 SA 142 70.8 62.6 0.8 22.1 26.2
1980 Total population 25,549 52.7 44.5 6.0 15.1 19.0
1990 AD 209 57.7 49.2 7.0 14.2 19.4
1990 SA 204 61.4 52.8 4.3 15.7 20.9
1990 Total population 48,080 55.5 46.8 6.2 13.5 18.6
2000 AD 316 55.6 47.3 7.4 10.8 17.0
2000 SA 149 60.1 50.3 3.6 11.2 17.9
2000 Total population 71937 53.9 45.1 7.0 9.4 15.6
2010 AD 23 53.0 44.7 8.5 6.8 13.7
2010 SA 11 58.3 49.2 5.4 11.6 19.0
2010 Total population 24378 51.7 43.4 8.3 6.6 13.4
  1. The % MCB, % Wycliffe and % OEA were calculated from the Standard Poodle Database during each decade as well as for dogs known to have had SA and AD. The average COI over 10 and 15 generations were also determined for dogs born in each decade. Data on SA and AD represent cases voluntarily reported to the Standard Poodle health registry database [25] and not actual incidence. Data for the 2010s were only through 2014