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The reason for all the poor results (re: previous posts) is because this is a cheek swab test, from a company with a very LIMITED (despite what they claim) database.
Get the BLOOD test done for DNA breed determination. Its accuracy is immensely higher. Any veterinarian can draw the blood and submit it for you.
May the Crap be with you all!!!
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markelshark wrote:I got this last time and even with low expectations I was disappointed. Basically I knew I had a German Shepherd mix and I was hoping the kit would tell me what the "mix" part is, or at least point me in the right direction. Instead it just said "German Shepherd" for one parent and a giant question mark (literally, a picture of a question mark) for the other parent. It then listed a bunch of other breeds that it said "didn't meet the minimum threshold for significance". Thanks a lot! Save your money, buy your dog a bone and yourself a sandwich - that way you'll both actually get something out of your $.
That's 1/2 German Shepherd, 1/2 "Travelin' man." A mutt that's so mixed, it's got everything from Rat Terrier to Bull Mastiff, and maybe some raccoon and squirrel to round them out.
Space is big. You just won't believe how vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big it is. I mean, you may think it's a long way down the road to the chemist's, but that's just peanuts to space.