Having DNA Testing Done on a Dog?

1 year ago I adopted my puppy from a puppy mill raid. She was 1 of 170 dogs rescued and adopted to loving homes. Freyja had 6 puppy's 2 weeks later and we recently had a reunion of her and her six puppy's with their parents. All looked so different, so one of the parents did DNA and got the results back.


The only trait that we think is recognizable is the Dachshund breed. The DNA didn't show that at all. Has anyone had this done and where, how much, and what's everyone's opinion? We honestly don't care as much as we wonder what the perfect recipe is for our little loved fur friends!

By Debra A.

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December 7, 20170 found this helpful

They may not be full siblings. Dogs can and often mate more than once during a heat. Therefore, all the puppys may not have the same father.


So, the DNA test done on their dog, may not be the same as the one done on yours.

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