We sent our puppy's DNA in for testing just days after we rescued her. She was called a "Beagle mix" and we had just lost our beloved Beagle to cancer. We knew she wasn't very Beaglish (except for the one floppy ear) but she doesn't act like the Jack Russell everyone thought she was mixed with. It took 10 weeks to get the result but Embark communicated several times that they were working on it, it just takes longer for mixed dogs. And she is REALLY mixed. Now, when people at the dog park ask what kind of dog she is I just whip out my phone and show them her family tree. I should probably get a commission from Embark because I've sent them so many customers, lol. It's also good to know that she has NO genetic predisposition to any diseases. I recommend this test highly to anyone who is concerned or just curious about their fur baby.