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Wisdom Panel Mixed Breed DNA Test Kit Identifies Your Mystery Mutt’s Breed

You probably wonder why you would need to test your dog’s mixed breed DNA, well actually it can give you better training plan and behavior understanding. Wisdom Panel Mixed Breed DNA Test Kit is very useful when you need to create more targeted behavior training for your dog because each pedigree dog breed has its own characteristic and personality. In this way, you can genetically determine breed composition and plan exercise or play activities that cater your dog’s natural tendencies, also you can customize your dog’s diet and nutrition based on its breed’s specific needs.

Wisdom DNA database library has over 170 identifiable breeds, however, you need to understand that if your dog is resulted from other mixed breed parents as well as grandparents (like many shelter dogs), this DNA test result is going to be diluted. We suggest that you go with low expectations and get ready to received unexpected answer (not all white dogs with some black spots are Dalmatian mix). If you are not satisfied with the result from Wisdom Panel Mixed Breed DNA Test Kit, you can always contact the customer support which offers pretty great services.

Wisdom Panel Mixed Breed DNA Test Kit

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PooPrints Canine DNA System

PooPrints Canine DNA System is your modern Sherlock Holmes. Have you ever found unwanted doggy droppings around your house or apartment? It’s really annoying to have to clean up other dog’s waste because the real owner fails to do so. Now, canine DNA can be used to identify the culprits who don’t clean up after their pets. A sample of dog’s DNA can be taken by rubbing a cotton swab around inside the animal’s mouth which then sent to BioPet Vet Lab, a Knoxville, Tenn. This company will then enter the data into worldwide database.

PooPrints Canine DNA System

The next time you find those un-scooped piles, you can take a sample and mail it to the company to identify the offending owner. The PooPrints system costs $29.99 for the swabbing kit, $10 for a vial to hold the samples and $50 to analyze them, which usually takes a week or two. The company claimed that they have received about 2 dozen apartment complexes around the country application for the service. I guess PooPrints Canine DNA system is like FBI DNA database in mini scale.

[PooPrints] via [NYTimes]

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