Thursday, August 21, 2008


Rosco's proud owners, from Columbia, MO, learned from the BioPet Vet Lab Breed Identification Test that he is a mixture of the following breeds:
  • Golden Retriever - Level 2
  • Chinese Shar-Pei - Level 4
  • Chow Chow - Level 4
  • Bichon Frise - Level 5
  • Mastiff - Level 5

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

More BioPet Vet Lab In The News

Today's (August 12, 2008) Virginia-Pilot ran Lisa Suhay's story about her satisfying experience with the BioPet Vet Lab Dog Breed ID Test. Lisa was happy to learn that her dog, Wag, is a Cadoodle!

read article here

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

McKenzie - The...?

The happy owners of McKenzie from Saranac Lake, NY provided this sweet photo and the test results from BioPet Vet Lab:

  • German Shepherd Dog - Level 2
  • Schnauzer - Level 4
  • Doberman Pinscher - Level 5
  • Lhasa Apso - Level 5

Name that mixed-breed mashup! Thanks to McKenzie's owners for providing the photo and the results.

Bruno - The Peking Cockapoo!

Bruno, this cute little guy from Marina Del Rey, is a "Peking Cocakpoo" (detected levels not reported):
  • Pekingese
  • Cocker Spaniel
  • Poodle
Thank you to his owners for sharing his photo!

Friday, August 1, 2008

Cinder, the Knight Hound!

Occasionally we'll post photos and test results from Happy Dog DNA customers. Here is the first installment.

BioPet Vet Lab analyzed Cinder's DNA and sent back the following results:
  • Italian Greyhound Level 3
  • Chow Chow Level 3
  • Saluki Level 4
  • Poodle Level 4
  • Keeshond Level 4
  • Boston Terrier Level 4

Cinder's owners wrote:

"We were so excited to receive Cinder's test results. We were not surprised to learn that he is truly a mutt...a much loved one. We adopted him from the pound a day before he was to be destroyed. We are the lucky ones, for he has proved to be a happy little dog (30 lbs) and has brought much joy to our lives. We had lost our dog of 17 years and couldn't imagine a home without a dog. From now on, he is officially a "Knight Hound" - definitely one of a kind. Thanks a million."

Thanks to Cinder's owners for sending in the photo and the comments!