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Wisdom Panel 2.0 Dog DNA test

Wisdom Panel 2.0 Dog DNA test
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With a simple swab learn more about your dog's ancestry  with the Wisdom Panel DNA Test. How it works This canine DNA test analyses your pet's DNA to help understand your dog's unique... Read more

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With a simple swab learn more about your dog's ancestry  with the Wisdom Panel DNA Test.

How it works

This canine DNA test analyses your pet's DNA to help understand your dog's unique appearance, wellness needs and behaviours. The test results provide information about ancestry and  a prediction of how their weight might develop over time

Additional tests are provided for purebred and designer dogs, including a homozygosity profile (which detects inbreeding) and a comparison to other dogs of the same breed in their database.

The team of vets and scientists behind the product has been developing and researching canine DNA tests for more than a decade. This test recognises more than 220 breeds and varieties, as registered in the Kennel Club. For mixed-breed dogs, the test will offer data on purebred ancestors within the past three generations.

Key benefits

  • recognises more than 220 dog breeds and varieties
  • works on dogs  originally from Canada, the US, Western and Northern Europe
  • can identify purebred ancestors to the great-grandparent level
  • offers a predicted weight profile to help nip obesity in the bud
  • purebred and designer breeds are screened for homozygosity (a sign of inbreeding)
  • designer and purebred breeds are provided with a Principal Component Analysis chart, comparing them to other individuals of the same breed

If you've adopted a dog and aren't sure which breed they are, a DNA test will answer your question.

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  • Dog DNA test
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    Ann Mills - December 7, 2017