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Wisdom Panel 3.0 Breed Identification DNA Test Kit for Dogs

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If you’ve ever wondered about the breed of your dog, the Wisdom Panel 3.0 Breed Identification DNA Test Kit for Dogs makes it easy to find out. With this simple kit, you can swab your dog’s cheek, send it off in a postage-paid box and discover your dog’s genetic background in just 2-3 weeks. It’s traced back to the great-grandparent level with over 250 breeds detected, including almost all of those recognized by the AKC. You decide whether you want the test to be run for mixed-breed, designer or purebred. All of the tests include a predicted weight profile and will check for the multi-drug resistance 1 (MDR1) genetic mutation that may cause severe adverse reactions to commonly prescribed drugs. The purebred and designer dog tests will also provide a chart that compares your dog with others of the same breed, and the purebred test adds a Homozygosity Profile that measures genetic markers.

Key Benefits

  • Detects over 250 breeds, types and varieties including 99% of AKC-recognized breeds. Traces 3 generations revealing your dog’s genetic background
  • Provides adult weight prediction to help with lifelong nutritional choices for you dog
  • Includes MDR1 genetic mutation test to check for multi-drug resistance that may cause severe adverse reactions to commonly prescribed drugs
  • No need for blood testing at the vet, DNA cheek swab identifies dog’s ancestry so you better understand your dog’s unique appearance, training needs, behaviors, and health/wellness needs. Perfect for use on rescues
  • Customized report provides family tree going back to the great-grandparents and will detect whether it is a purebred, mixed-breed or designer dog. Check your results online in 2-3 weeks

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  • Item Number
    99678
  • Breed Size
    All Breeds, Large Breeds, Medium Breeds, Small Breeds
  • Lifestage
    Adult, All Stages
  • Made in
    United States

Instructions

  • OPEN SWAB SLEEVE – Peel back the edges of the swab sleeve about 1 inch (not all the way) and remove swab by holding its handle. Do not touch the bristles. Save the sleeve to place the swabs in for mailing.

  • COLLECT CHEEK CELLS – Firmly roll the swab’s bristles between the inner surface of the cheek and gums for about 15 seconds for each swab. NOTE: DO NOT let your dog eat anything or share a water dish with other dogs for about an hour before you do the test.

  • AIR DRY SWABS – Insert swab handle in the hole of the carton insert and allow swabs to dry for about five minutes. Repeat steps 1-3 for the second swab.

  • ACTIVATE YOUR KIT –Activate your kit online. Fill out all the information, check it for accuracy and submit. You will receive an Activation Code Number that you need to write on the back of your Sample ID Sticker.

  • REINSERT DRY SWABS – Reinsert both dry swabs into the protective sleeve they came in. DO NOT reseal as this can cause bacterial growth.

  • SEAL THE CARTON – Place the sleeve with the swabs back into the carton it came in and seal.

  • MAIL TEST TO LAB – Pre-paid shipping label has already been placed on the carton. Simply seal and place with the outgoing mail. See your report online in approximately 2-3 weeks

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  • So disappointed...

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    We've adopted a mixed breed dog last year. He was described as a Border / Wheaten Terrier Mix and out of curiosity we did the DNA test. The result came back quick but was completely ridiculous... American Staffordshire Terrier on one side (50%) and a mix of Cocker Spaniel, Miniature Schnauzer and Shetland Sheepdog on the other. AmStaff? Seriously? By no means am I an expert but I work around Dogs every day with quite a lot of them being Staffies... There is no resemblance whatsoever in appearance or behavior. Pretty much everybody I know things that result is laughable... It's not that the result really matters since we love our boy no matter what and as said, we were just curious but We've adopted a mixed breed dog last year. He was described as a Border / Wheaten Terrier Mix and out of curiosity we did the DNA test. The result came back quick but was completely ridiculous... American Staffordshire Terrier on one side (50%) and a mix of Cocker Spaniel, Miniature Schnauzer and Shetland Sheepdog on the other. AmStaff? Seriously? By no means am I an expert but I work around Dogs every day with quite a lot of them being Staffies... There is no resemblance whatsoever in appearance or behavior. Pretty much everybody I know things that result is laughable... It's not that the result really matters since we love our boy no matter what and as said, we were just curious but this was a complete waste of money. Not recommended! … more

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  • The jury is still out!!

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    I don't know what the results are yet, because I just sent in the swab a week ago and it takes about 3 weeks to get results. But I had a very difficult time with my particular puppy, trying to swab the inside of her cheek for 15 seconds. No problem massaging between her cheek and gums with my finger, but the second I tried to do the same with the swab she started bucking like a wild bronco. There's no way I could swab the inside of her cheek for 15 seconds. I barely touched it for a second. I felt like I got some of her saliva on the swab, but don't know if it was enough for them to work with. So, we'll see..

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  • Awesome product!

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    Very easy to use and got results in a timely manner. We had and idea of what she was based on what her previous owners said when they dropped her off at the animal shelter. Be sure to follow the instructions because it can pick up your others dog's DNA from a shared water bowl.

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  • Well alrighty then

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    Recently added this young rescue to the pack and really wanted to know what she was mixed with. We knew beagle but just not how much. Would never have guessed Staffordshire. Only being 1/8 you can't say omg she looks nothing like a pit bull! But it would explain why she's 10 pounds larger than average beagles. I just wanted to make sure she wasn't going to keep getting bigger and bigger. Whew. Just a fun thing to do. Will use it again.

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  • Awesome! Super interesting!

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    When we rescued our dog, we were told she was Rottweiler/lab. To me, she did not look like either of those. I could not resist buying the Wisdom Panel to see what they would find out. Turns out she is American Staffordshire Terrier/Boxer/Chow Chow! After reading the descriptions of each, she clearly has the Chow personality. Definitely glad we did the test!

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  • Mystery solved

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    Our recently adopted dog had us stymied as to her ancestors. After the Mars Panel, all of our questions have been answered. Even though she is quite a mix, we were given all six of her ancestors. Although she is a Collie/Beagle, she inherited DNA from four other breeds as well--big ones and a little one! It is so much fun to note that one thing relates to one breed and another relates to a different breed. Thank you for this wonderful service! Carol

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  • 25% other mixed breed groups..?

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    We rescued our puppy and were really curious what breed she is. The results came back 62.5% miniature poodle, 12.5% cocker spaniel, and 25% mixed breed groups. Knowing 75 percent of what she is is very helpful, however we would really like to know what the other 25 percent is. Wishing we would have paid double the price for the extensive Embark DNA test instead..

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  • Eye opening

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    I rescued a black lab mix and the Wisdom Panel explained a lot. He turns out to be at "Golden Sheprador" as I like to call it. A mix of golden retriever, GSD, and only a little bit of lab. The results make sense to me and this was fun to do. I trust the scientists behind it. Recommended!

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  • Accurate in that my pup is very mixed!

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    We just adopted a rescue puppy a few weeks ago and were very curious about her breed makeup since each puppy in her litter looked super different. We suspected Chow because some of them including her had purple tongues, but the vet's best guess was a Shepherd/Sheltie mix. Wisdom confirmed a lot of our suspicions (12.5% Chow, 12.5% German Shepherd, 12.5% Australian Shepherd, 12.5% Tree Walker Coonhound, and 50% "mixed breed"). I only take off a star because 50% is a large percentage to still be a mystery and I was hoping that would be less, but overall glad to have found out her other breeds!

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  • Great product!

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    This DNA kit was super informational and I would do it again if the time ever arises. You get alot of info as to each breed that is in your animal. A+ in our book and Charlotte R. in customer service@ CHEWY was GREAT!! She even sent us a card. Great people all the way around at Chewy. Rusty

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