In the following pedigree chart, the sire of the litter had three sisters and one brother, and that the dam had four brothers and two sisters. This missing premolar pedigree chart also shows a litter of six pups (3-3). Five of these six pups had missing teeth. In this five-generation pedigree, the breeder is coding ancestors that have missing teeth. The color black is used to code those that have missing premolars. By identifying and coding all of the ancestors and littermates, the breeder will know the litter size and gender and those affected. Notice that sire "ST "had three sisters and one brother, and that brood bitch "LF" had four brothers and two sisters. Also, notice that the breeding of "ST" to "LF" produced a litter of six pups. Use EdrawMax to create a missing premolar pedigree chart for your academic projects.