Two types of DNA testing are available:


So you can find out exactly what breeds are in your dog . The test identifies the breeds of their parents and grandparents. This service is not available for cats.

  • The Aim of the DNA test is to:
  • Discover your dog’s genetic make-up.
  • Predict your dog’s target genetic adult weight range
  • Determine your dog’s recommended nutritional program, and create an effective care and wellness program in conjunction with your veterinarian
  • Obtain a better understanding of your dog’s breed-related behavioural characteristics


Identify specific genetic health problems that your dog or cat may be carrying.

  • Dogs are screened for 35 different genetic diseases
  • Cats are screened for 5

What is involved:

A small blood sample is taken and this is sent to the U.S.A for analysis against a data base of over a million dogs.

The results are emailed direct to you after 3-4 weeks.

For further information or to inquire about making an Appointment for a DNA test for your dog or cat, call us today.

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