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What Breed is my Dog?

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What is the Designer Dog Certification Test?

The Designer Dog certification test kit provides Designer Dog owners with the peace of mind that they:
  1. Own a true Designer Dog with purebred parents.
  2. Possess the knowledge to care for their specific Designer Dog type.
Once you know if your dog is really a Designer Dog, be sure to check out our Designer Dog Breed List for more information!

Mixed-Breed DNA Testing

Where does Buddy get his curly tail from? Why does he love digging holes in the backyard? Could I be doing more to make him happier and healthier? Your dog may not be able to tell you the answers – but his DNA can. Wisdom Panel Insights, the most comprehensive mixed-breed cheek swab DNA test on the market, can help explain a mixed-breed dog’s ancestry.

Over 25 million mixed-breed dog owners know their dogs…but not as well as they could. With the simple swipe of a cheek swab, Wisdom Panel Insights can determine the ancestry of a mixed-breed dog by testing for more than 185 breeds, the largest database on the market. Within three weeks, dog owners will be e-mailed an official Ancestry Report that reveals the dog’s genetic background.

What will my dog's report tell me?

  • Parent - A breed that represents approximately 50% of your dog’s DNA. You are likely to see the most physical and behavioral traits from this breed. Dogs with mixed-breed parents will not have a breed represented at this level.

  • Grandparent - A breed that represents approximately 25% of your dog’s DNA. You may see some physical and behavioral traits from this breed. Dogs with a very mixed ancestry may not have a breed represented at this level.

  • Great-Grandparent - A breed that represents approximately 12.5% of your dog’s DNA. You are unlikely to see many traits from this breed unless they are dominant. When you understand your dog’s natural tendencies, you can tailor a training, exercise and nutrition program to his needs.



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