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I will second what MC and Dobebug said. At this point these tests are essentially meaningless in terms of predictability of the disease.
What you will want is to see up to date echos and holters on both parents within the year from the breeding, and a breeder that will keep the annual testing up to date even after the puppies are born.
And in addition to that you want to research the pedigrees. You won't find a pedigree with no DCM at all, but the lower the frequency, and the older the dog at time of death, the better. You want to look for overall good longevity.
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