Rated 4 out of 5 by 4
Rated 5 out of 5
by Ang7 I was a skeptic
In July 14, I adopted a young lady. The shelter had no idea what kind of dog she was...their best guess was a wire haired terrier. When asked what I wanted for Christmas, I said a DNA test kit for Falyn. I followed the direction...with no cooperation from Falyn, of course! In less than 3 weeks, I had the results! After seeing the results, it was so clear from the features, mannerisms and markings what she had in her! I am the proud owner of a Russell Terrier/Parson Russell Terrier/Maltese/Australian Shepherd! It's amazing how close they got, without ever seeing a picture!
January 16, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by DogLuvRx5 PERFECT!!!
Dog #1 we were told was: Beagle/Rotti- DNA test came back: retriever/lab/shepherd ( makes much more sense)
#2 we were told was: Lab- DNA test came back: lab
#3 we were told retriever mix- DNA test came back lab/husky/wire hair pointer. ( I dont see the pointer but its in there)
#4 we were told was: Beagle- DNA test came back beagle.
we are getting ready to do #5. We were told: Jack russell/cocker. I think its something else but i TRUST this DNA test!
August 31, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by lab4747 wont identify a mutt
I bought this kit thinking I would be able to identify what kind of dog I rescued last year. Mars Veterinary (makers of the wisdom panel kit) could only tell me that my dog was 1/16th this and 1/16th that, and only 1/4 of that DNA was identifiable. They said because she is a mutt, her parents, grandparents and great grandparents were mutts, their system couldn't discern anything more. This may be a great idea to confirm that your purebred dog is in fact a purebred, but dont be looking for any help figuring out what you got from the pound... I know no more about the dog I adopted now than I did $80 ago, and getting a refund from them is like pulling teeth...
August 9, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by luvmydogs1313 I had the Wisdom DNA test on my dog and I can highly recommend it. I thought my dog was an Australian Cattle Dog mix and wondered what she was mixed with. It came back that sh was an Australian Kelpie, which she did look much more like. They had no idea what breed when I had it done.
April 22, 2015