Hey there, human, do you know that knowing your dog’s DNA matters?
Just like us, our furry friends come from a long lineage of doggy ancestry. Their genetic makeup helps pet parents understand them, answers questions about possible health complications and although we might be totally different species – wouldn’t it be so cool to get to a comprehensive picture of your furry friend’s DNA? Yes, it would!
Your dog’s DNA matters because your dog mattes. Completely understanding what your furry bff is all about is going to take pet parenthood to the next level.
Find My Pet DNA is your answer to easy, painless dog DNA testing! All it takes is a simple cheek swab that will help you discover just what your dog is all about.
- Custom photo certificate of the breed’s found in your dog’s genetic breed composition.
- Percentage breakdown of the levels found in your dog’s unique DNA
- Report on your dog’s dominant breeds, personality traits and health concern
- Your dog’s breed composition
- Unique personality traits of your dog
- Genetic health concerns
- Predisposition to disease
- Plus, much, much more!
What Makes Find My Pet DNA Different?
Most DNA tests for dogs simply show you your dog’s most dominant or obvious breeds. This is great fun, but if your dog is part Lab and part Collie, you probably already see that in him. Some DNA tests add some of the genetic markers that indicate a predisposition to certain disease. While this is useful information for any responsible pet parent to have, it is an inexact science.
Find My Pet DNA takes an approach that is closer to Human DNA testing by helping you discover the deeper ancestry of your pet. Have you ever seen that commercials for Human DNA kits where the person says they always thought they were German, only to find out they were really Irish? The Find My Pet DNA test will not only show you some of the more obvious breeds in your dog’s genetic make-up, but breeds further back in your dog’s ancestry.
Why does this matter? Because not only is it fun to see that maybe your big and tough Pit Bull might have a toy poodle ancestor, it is also very important to plan for the long term health and wellbeing of your dog. The disposition of various breeds towards diseases and disorders are very well known, so knowing the breeds in your dog’s ancestry is an important tool to better understand how to care for your beloved pet and insure a long and healthy life.
We know you are anxious to learn more about your loved one, but we promise, the wait time for your results will be worth it. Please allow 7-10 days for the Post Office to deliver your samples to our laboratory. We will email you the results within two weeks of receiving your dog’s DNA samples. You should expect your results within 3-4 weeks after you mail them to us.
This deeper knowledge and understanding of your pet will help strengthen your bond and enhance your relationship. Love is worth the wait. Thank You for trusting Find My Pet DNA.
DO YOU NEED TO DISCUSS YOUR DOG'S BACKGROUND WITH YOUR VET? Because we offer an accurate percentage of the certified dog breeds found in your dog’s DNA sample, the results can be used as a handy guide when you need to discuss the associated health risks and personality traits of your dog’s breed and background with a veterinarian.
THINKING OF ADOPTING THAT ADORABLE MUTT IN THE SHELTER? Yet you’re unsure of it’s dog breed. Well, DNA testing can help you understand the mutt you’re about to adopt. In fact, some shelters offer DNA testing in an effort to help rescued dogs find their forever homes.
TRAINING YOUR DOG? It’s common knowledge that some dog breeds respond to training better than others. Knowing your dog’s unique personality traits can help you come up with the best training strategy.
DOES YOUR DOG HAVE PREDISPOSED DISEASES? In just under a minute, you can use the Find My Pet DNA kit to collect samples, send it to us and we’ll get you the results you need in just 2 weeks. Once you receive the results, discuss with your veterinarian about your dog breed’s predisposed diseases. DNA testing can help you stay one step ahead in terms of your dog’s health and well-being.