Reveal Your Dog's Family Tree
From knowing his favorite treats to understanding the meaning of each howl and bark, the relationship you have with your dog is strong and special. You can get to know your dog even better. Owners of mixed-breed dogs can learn their pet's breed history through dog DNA testing, tracing back their family trees to reveal answers explaining certain behaviors, personality traits and even health conditions. Finally, you can satisfy your curiosity and get the answer to that common question: "What kind of dog do you have?"
With your dog's ancestry revealed by a DNA test, you can build an even stronger bond with your dog. Custom training, nutrition and health plans catered to your dog's natural tendencies and behaviors will ensure a well-balanced and fulfilling lifestyle for both pet and owner.
All it takes is a simple dog DNA test. Wisdom Panel Insights is a comprehensive dog breed test that helps owners determine their dogs' family tree with just a swipe of a cheek swab.
Within a few short weeks, you can learn your dog's history and understand his active nature, or his herding tendencies, or his long, shaggy coat.
Get to know your dog better with the Wisdom Panel™ Dog DNA Test Kit:
- Create a more targeted and effective behavior training plan
- Customize your dog's diet and nutrition plan according to health needs
- Plan exercise activities that cater to your dog's natural tendencies
- Address health issues before they become a problem
Wisdom Panel Insights not only detects the breeds in your dog's ancestry, it will model an ancestry chart showing where each breed likely involved so you can see when the breeds contributed to your dog's family history!
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.
The report is the most important part of the Dog DNA Test. Mars Veterinary has gone above and beyond with the information they provide. Not only will they break down the percentage of each breed that represents your dog but they will also give you vital information so as history and insights into their behavioral traits.