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Embark Dog DNA Test for Purebred Dogs

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  • DNA test for purebred dogs screens for over 230 genetic health risks including MDR1 drug sensitivity, glaucoma, degenerative myelopathy and dilated cardiomyopathy.
  • Embark’s DNA test accurately identifies more than 350 breeds and varieties of dog, so you can confirm your dog’s ancestry and genetic breed.
  • Embark’s unique genetic diversity score can detect high levels of inbreeding, helping you plan ahead for potential health risks.
  • Find and connect with other dogs that share DNA with yours, including potential littermates!
  • Embark is partnered with Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine and is trusted by veterinary hospitals to show accurate results in as little as 2–4 weeks.

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What happens if you test a mix breed with this test?
Answer by ChewyAug 05, 2022
Genetic ancestry and purebred status are two different, completely separate things. Purebred status is defined by pedigrees at registration bodies. Ancestry looks at segments of shared DNA. A purebred dog can sometimes share DNA with another breed. If this happens, you’ll see “Mixed Ancestry” in your dog’s DNA results. Sometimes, DNA testing can reveal that a dog that seems mixed breed is actually 100% of a single breed. “Single breed” is a DNA result, which is different from “purebred” status. Purebred status is determined by pedigree and registration bodies, not Embark.

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