Talk about diets, exercise, and disease.
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HersheyBear wrote:i wish i'd known how erratic the results are before i had it done on my dog. such a waste of my money.
True, but all the information they are gathering is making these more accurate as years go by. The biggest problems seem to occur when its a true "mutt" with small amounts of multiple breeds, and when there are lineages from other countries involved.
I'm keeping an eye on things, and when I have spare cash, I plan on having it done on both my dogs someday.
Interesting article, but I was disappointed to find no mention of BSL at the end where it discussed
Do a mutt’s breeds matter?
What breeds comprise a mutt is clearly interesting to most, if not all, dog owners, but beyond simple curiosity, is there any value to knowing?
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Misskiwi67 wrote:... when I have spare cash, I plan on having it done on both my dogs someday.
I had no idea such a thing existed with dog people
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