BioPet DNA Breed Identification Kit
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- Use DNA to discover the breeds present in your dog
- Painlessly collect your dog's DNA sample and send it to BioPet for quick analysis
- Over 60 qualified breeds are on file
- Fast results via USPS within 2 weeks
- Even a prepaid return envelope for the DNA sample is included
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Top Customer Reviews
My wife, who teaches biology and studies genetics for fun, actually burst into laughter when she read the results of the test. Our dog was analyzed as being a mix of 5 miniature breeds (fluffy lap dogs) with some Chow thrown in. No matter how you look at it, the results were preposterous.
We understand that mix-ups sometimes happen, and attempted to contact the supplier several times. A re-test would have been a reasonable restitution, but the manufacturer never responded in any way, shape, or form. Pretty poor.
This test seems to be a hit or miss proposition. Based on our experience, I suspect that sloppy handling in the lab may be a major factor. Perhaps the kit should include two test swabs, to be analyzed separately.
I regret making this purchase, though if money were no object, I'd be tempted to test the same dog again just for the entertainment value of reading the results...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this kit back in 2009, after adopting an Australian Shepherd rescue. He looked like an Aussie, but, given the health issues Aussies can often have, I wanted to be sure. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Elizabeth
price was right...our rescue dog is german sheppard..Italian greyhound and golden retriever mix...we gave a copy to our vet...nice to know her originPublished 18 months ago by cannoncocker
It was not accurate. Said the puppies were beagles and they were mixedPublished 19 months ago by Rob D New York
We rescued a pup in 2008. Couldn't figure out if she was chihuahua or pomeranian. Ordered a Biopet Kit, did her swab. Now remember... Read morePublished 20 months ago by E M.
My wife ordered this, it's a complete rip-off. The results indicated our shelter mutt is any of several possibilities that don't make sense. Read morePublished on April 27, 2014 by Marta M. Martner
If you want to know the lineage of your dog, this is just the answer...easy to use...two swabs of the mouth and send them in,. Read morePublished on February 17, 2014 by R. Schunk
The mutt my daughter got from the pound resembled a rottweiler, but we wondered what else it was. It had a face the shape of a Rhodesian Ridgeback, double dew claws (often found... Read morePublished on December 2, 2013 by Norma Caramiello
I like the option to know what our crazy Mutt is...or at least know where his origins began...However I wish they used all the known dog breed/bloodlines out there because for any... Read morePublished on November 15, 2013 by Gussie