Its results pull from the largest database on the market, performing over 7 million calculations, using 11 models and analyzing 321 markers
Why dog DNA testing?
Understanding the genetic background of your dog will help you tailor her
It will also identify the not so obvious physical traits and behaviors of your dog.
Isn't blood required for a DNA test?
In 2006, According to the American Association of Blood Banks, of the nearly 1 million DNA samples submitted to DNA testing labs, over 98% were buccal cheek swabs. Less than 1% were blood samples. Virtally all cell types contain DNA.
With the Wisdom Panel Insights dog breed test, you will receive an official Ancestry Report that examines the last three generations:
For each breed shown in your dog's pedigree, a breed snapshot is included. This includes a photo and breed overview, diagram of ears, muzzle and tail as well as common traits associated with the breed. See a sample dog dna report.