If you've ever adopted a dog from a shelter, you've probably wondered what breed it is.
Dog D.N.A. testing could help you answer those questions.
Vets say the tests are similar to human D.N.A. tests.
You just swab the inside of your dog's mouth, send it to a lab and get results in a few weeks.
"The results are quite accurate, they should not be upset if they see something they don't like they may not realize how quickly things can change from a very small dog to a very large dog in about three or four quick generations," said Renee- Jones-Lewis, Jeffers' pet specialist.
You can get a dog D.N.A. Test from Jeffers Pet Supply.
It costs about $65.
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