New York magazine is reporting that a new breed of dog is suffering from a rare and potentially fatal genetic mutation that could lead to cancerous tumors.
The mutation in the canine pelvis is caused by a rare gene called pangenesis, which causes cells in the body to grow out of control and cause cancer.
The gene is recessive and carries a high risk of causing cancer in any dog that is born with the condition, according to the magazine.
Researchers at Columbia University found that when a pangener dog was born, it was likely to have a small number of tumors that would grow larger with age, according the New York Times.
These tumors were also present in the dogs who died, so it was not uncommon for the tumors to spread throughout the body.
It was possible that the tumors could have been passed on through the dog’s mother.
Scientists are unsure why the mutation occurred in the first place, but researchers suspect the mutated gene was passed along through the pangens mom and caused it to become more aggressive.
If the mutated dog is able to breed, it could also increase the risk of cancer in the offspring.
Researchers also found that the mutation may be responsible for a condition known as colorectal cancer, which is more aggressive than other cancers in the same family.
The genetic mutation causes tumors to grow outside of the pelvis in the pelvises rectum and colon.
The tumors often grow out from the anal opening and form tumors that extend into the bladder.
Colorectals are the second most common cancer in women after breast cancer.
Colorectial cancers are also the most common in the breed, with up to one in four dogs born with colorecectal cancers developing cancer.
Scientists believe that the mutated pangene is caused due to the stress and pain caused by birth and the stress caused by the pangs life in the breeder.
It is also thought that the mutations that occur in the pAngens DNA may be passed on to future generations.
If you have a pAngenesis dog, you may have heard of the “pangenitis virus,” which is caused when a dog’s pangenes immune system is activated and the body reacts by attacking healthy tissue in the colon, bladder, rectum, and bladder.
The dog then passes the pngenitis on to the next generation.
While there is no cure for the condition in humans, it has been proven to cure dogs with colitis and even to reduce the number of cancers in dogs.