New Improved Dog DNA Test Now Covers 200+ Breeds And Varieties

GERMANTOWN, Md., April 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — You think she’s part Boxer, but it’s anyone’s guess why she has herding tendencies. Is your “Labradoodle” really the combination of a purebred Labrador Retriever and a purebred Poodle? Your Collie may look like a purebred, but is he really? For curious parents of mixed and presumed designer or , the guessing game is now over. Thanks to a convenient 3-in-1 do-it-yourself dog DNA , owners can use a single, convenient kit to identify that make up a mixed breed dog; inform the parental ancestry of a “designer” dog; or certify whether a purebred is, in fact, a purebred.

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The state-of-the-art Wisdom Panel® 2.0 from Mars Veterinary™, a global leader in pet care and canine genetic breed identification, offers unprecedented accuracy by testing for more than 200 and , including 100 percent of registered . Armed with breed insights, the test can finally answer those nagging behavior questions and may help owners have a better relationship with their dog and take better care of their dog’s health.

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With a simple cheek swab, can get valuable DNA-based insights, which help explain their dog’s unique appearance, behaviors and wellness needs, especially when they don’t know the history of their dog or have pedigree documents. Mixed breed dog owners and owners of or shelter adopted (28 percent of dogs are adopted each year from either an Animal Shelter, Humane Society or a Rescue Group[1]) will find out the that make-up their beloved pet. For owners of purebred dogs,

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