I just found out on Tuesday night that pet DNA test is not expensive at all! It's about $50 or so and it is available to pet owners, breeders and veterinarians. Pet DNA test is simple, safe and secure.
Many mixed-breed dog owner are curious about the lineage of their dogs. Veterinarians and shelters are frequently asked, “Which breed is my dog?” Though all can make calculated and educated guesses, only pet DNA testing helps ascertain the dog’s true lineage.
Many new dog owners get confused between DNA testing and pet cloning. Pet cloning is a different thing altogether and you can gather information about it from Google search engine.
If you have a pet whose ancestry is unknown, pet DNA test is fun and informative. With DNA testing, you can gather vital details of your pet's breeds and that result could explain some of the pet behaviors - it's helpful when you do the dog training! Once you know the breeds, you can also find out the information on the common health issues or concerns of the breeds.
Currently, there are only two ways to conduct a pet DNA sample testing – blood sample and cheek swab - as seen on TV shows like CSI. :-) The cheek swab method is easier of the two and offers quick results. The findings from the Animal DNA Services Veterinary Diagnostics Center confirms that the most preferred method to collect DNA from skin cells is buccal (cheek) swab.
Let me know if you have tried it and what you think about it.