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Dog DNA Test – How Does the Dog Breed DNA Test Work?

You might be wondering, how does this DNA testing tool able to identify your dog’s breed? In the sampling process, cheek cells are obtained by cheek swabbing before sending it to the lab for breed analysis. Many people have mistakenly collected saliva from their dogs for further analysis. The swabbing process is completely painless and non-invasive. It is done easily by the dog owner without the presence of veterinarian.

If you choose Canine Heritage Breed XL Kit for your mixed breed dog DNA breed test, simply read the instructions, included with the Canine Heritage(TM) kit, and place the swab in the packaging tube, and finally reverse the tube liner so that the pre-paid mailing label can be seen through the tube and drop in a mail box for DNA breed analysis.

Therefore, cheek cells samples will be analyzed via the advanced SNP-based DNA Technology Process in which able to identify over 100 major breeds (as compared with US dog breed population). This process normally takes 4-6 weeks to complete and the results will be displayed in the form of a frame quality Certificate of DNA Breed Analysis along with your dog’s picture in which also included on the certificate at no extra charge.

Dog owners have to know that this particular test is not designed for use as a purebred or paternity verification test and is not an established legal tool. It was developed and validated using United States dog breed populations. Therefore breeds outside the United States and Canada may not be represented or identified by this particular breed identification tool.



Source by J.J. Yong