Mixed Breed DNA Identification
Our newly updated Mixed Breed DNA Identification test is designed to reveal the ancestry of mixed-breed dogs.
- Discover your dog's mixed breed ancestry
- World's largest database of over 185+ breeds
- Detailed Report with Family Tree Breed Breakdown
Simply collect your Dog's DNA using a simple mouth swab and send to our Laboratory for testing.
Our specialist laboratory team generate your Dog's DNA Profile using over 300 DNA Markers which is then compared to the database of over 185+ breeds.
Mixed Breed DNA Identification Testing
We are proud to introduce the newly updated Mixed Breed Dog DNA Identification test - a DNA-based test that can help unravel the mystery of your mixed-breed pup.
How often have you been asked: What kind of dog is it?
This DNA-based diagnostic test can give you the answer by comparing your dog's DNA to over 185 of the most popular breeds. Satisfying curiosity and having fun might be what draws you to the test at first but it’s not the only reason.
What to expect with the results?
The results for your Mixed Breed DNA Identification test include an Ancestry Certificate for your Dog along with a fully personalised report. The report covers not only which breeds makeup your Dog but also shows if the breed was from a parent, grandparent or great grandparent.
Having your dog DNA tested can help to explain behaviour, helping in training and managing health.
Results take between 4-6 weeks.
Doggie DNA heritage kit includes
- DNA Cheek Swabs (to collect DNA from your Dog)
- Order Form and
- Easy to Follow Instructions
- PrePaid First Class Return Envelope
The DNA Worldwide Breed test:
- Helps you understand your mixed-breed's make-up
- Your customised report will provide details up to three generations back
- Understanding breed composition will help explain the physical and behavioural traits present in your dog.
Knowing A Dogs Breed Can help:
- Target behaviour training
- Be smarter about nutrition
- Plan excercise that supports his needs
"We have always wondered what kind of mix she was. The Chow-Chow is obvious, but it looked like there was more to it than that. The mystery dog in her past was revealed!"
- Karen Hickok
speaks about her dog, Daisy
Discover the Breeds that Make Your Dog Special
In the same way that you have similarities to your family, so too has your dog inherited characteristics from his family. We don't all look like our grandparents and the same is true for your dog. When you combine DNA from different dogs and different purebreeds you end up with a unique, one-of-a-kind mixed breed dog.
By knowing which breeds are in your one-of-a-kind dog you can better understand how to support and care for him.
Your dog's coat, colour, tail and even ear sizes come from his DNA code. Did you know it could be that his behaviours such as digging, herding, swimming or barking comes from the mix of breeds in your dog's family tree.