DNA My Dog Breed Test
If you have received your DNA My Dog Canine Breed Determination Test results then this page will explain exactly what the different Levels shown on your results certificate and Breed Determination Report mean.
Please click on the images below to view an example results certificate and an extract from an example Breed Determination Report.
This category recognises when a dog’s DNA contains a majority of one specific breed (75% or greater). A dog will only report with a Level 1 breed if they have a high percentage match to a single breed in their DNA. Most mixed breed dogs will not usually have a breed in this category unless one or both of their parents are purebred.
This category reports breeds that may be easily recognisable in your dog. Each breed listed makes up between 37%-74% of your dog’s breeds. Dogs with a large mixed ancestry will not normally have breeds reporting at this level.
This category identifies breeds that have between 20%-36% of the listed breed(s).
This category represents 10%-20% of the breed DNA. Dogs with large mixes may have a number of breeds in this category.
This category represents the lowest level of breed in your dog occurring at 9% or less. These breeds still appear at a low and measurable amount in your pet’s DNA and were likely carried over from several generations.
Understanding How Dogs Inherit Breed DNA
Our Canine Breed Inheritance Chart explains how purebred and mixed breed puppies inherit DNA from their parents.
Your DNA My Dog Canine Breed Determination Test Results
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