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Why Test Your Dog?

 
 

Dogs can’t talk but their DNA can™

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® 2.0, the most comprehensive breed identification DNA test on the market, can not only help unravel your dog’s unique breed history, it can also provide DNA-based insights towards optimizing your dog’s overall care and training needs.

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® can determine the ancestry of a mixed-breed dog by testing for more than 190 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.

A dog’s ancestry can influence him in surprising ways. Obvious and not-so-obvious physical traits plus behaviors like digging, herding and barking all come from the various breeds in a dog’s family tree. Once an owner understands a dog’s natural tendencies, it makes it possible to create a tailored training, exercise and nutrition program to fit his one-of-a-kind needs.

Order your Wisdom Panel® dog DNA kit today and discover your dog’s history!

What will my dog's report tell me?

Wisdom Panel® detects the breeds in your dog’s ancestry. Your report can be interpreted in the following way:

  • 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.