Thursday, June 3, 2010


We found our little girl, Corey, at the animal shelter with her litter of sisters 4 years ago. Her sisters were totally black and looked like mini Rottweilers so we always presumed that was her dominant breed. What we couldn't figure out was the curly hair on her back, the curly tail, and the color markings on her face and body. After receiving the results we were very surprised that her highest level of DNA was Italian Greyhound. That must be from several generations back. What's interesting is I can see a Rottweiler forehead and a terrier snout.

Thank you for the results and wonderful customer care. The results were very informative for both Corey and her brother, Hawkins, who we also tested.
  • level 2 Italian Greyhound
  • level 4 Chow Chow
  • level 4 German Shepherd Dog
  • level 4 Parson Russell Terrier
  • level 4 Rottweiler
Yours truly,
Charleston, West Virginia

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