The Breed ID test for your four-legged friend

With the Breed ID test, you will know which breeds your dog descends from, better understand your pet’s needs and provide the level of care you have always aspired to.

Have you already received your Breed ID test kit in the mail?

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Breed ID test – basic

  • Breed analysis for the last three generations
  • Description of key traits of the breeds
  • Predicted dog weight
  • Predispositions for developing genetic diseases
  • Results in electronic format


119.00 €

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Breed ID test – premium

  • Breed analysis for the last three generations
  • Description of key traits of the breeds
  • Predicted dog weight
  • Predispositions for developing genetic diseases
  • Folder with printed test results
  • Certificate with family tree


139.00 €

Why choose the Breed ID test?

The Breed ID test will help you better understand why your dog treats your family like a herd when out on walks or why your pet digs holes in your garden, loves water or carefully observes your neighbour's ducks. The information provided by the Breed ID test will help you uncover numerous mysteries about your dog and allow you to take care of your pet like you’ve always aspired to.

The Breed ID test analyses your dog's DNA using state-of-the-art science methods and uses the data to provide information on the mix of breeds detected in your dog. The test will tell you which breeds your dog and its ancestors of the last three generations are descended from, the key traits of the detected breeds, how the breed traits are inherited, what your dog's predicted weight will be, and which genetic diseases your dog may have.

Give your pet a better quality of life!

Why choose the Breed ID test?

How to get Breed ID test results?

  • 1

    Activate the number

    Activate the number of the Breed ID test kit that you receive by mail after placing the order. The activation number is located on the box and on the sample collection brush.

  • 2

    Collect a sample

    You can take your dog’s cheek swab yourself or have your vet do it for you. Instructions for sample collection can be found on the inside of the Breed ID test kit box or on our website.

  • 3

    Send the sample

    Send the sample to our address in the enclosed envelope.

  • 4

    Receive the results

    Within five weeks of the lab receiving the sample, you will receive the results in your user account and by email.

Comparison of Breed ID tests

  Breed ID test – basic Breed ID test – premium
Price 119,00 EUR 139,00 EUR
Breed analysis of the last 3 generations of the dog's ancestors
Description of the key traits of the breeds detected
Estimated adult dog weight
List of predispositions for genetic diseases
Folder with printed test results
Certificate with family tree
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How do I order the Breed ID test?
The Breed ID test can be done in a few easy steps. Order the test in the online shop. After placing your order, you will receive a box to your address with everything you need to take the test. After receiving your sample collection material, activate your Breed ID test on the website, follow the instructions to collect your sample and return it to our address in the enclosed envelope. After the analysis, you will receive the results by email or will be able to download them from your user account.
What is the advantage of Breed ID testing?
The Breed ID test will help you get to know your pet better. You will find out the breeds of the last three generations of your pet’s ancestors, what the predicted weight of an adult dog is, as well as the genetic predispositions for developing specific genetic diseases. The information you gain will help you understand your pet’s needs and behaviour better, allowing you to provide better care.
Can the Breed ID test be given as a gift?
Absolutely! When you purchase a Breed ID test, you do not need to specify which animal you are ordering it for. When you receive the Breed ID test, you can gift it to someone who would like to know more about their pet.
Is the Breed ID test only suitable for mixed dogs or can it also be used for purebred dogs?
The Breed ID test is suitable for both mixed and purebred dogs. For mixed breeds, you will find out the breeds of your pet's ancestors in the last three generations. For purebred dogs, you will be able to check whether the ancestors in the last three generations were purebred and how their DNA matches other members of the breed. It should be noted that the test for purebred dogs is not intended to verify the dog’s pedigree. If you want to check whether your dog descends from certain parents, please contact us and we will advise you on which test is best suited for this purpose.
What will I receive in the mail when I order a Breed ID test?
You will receive a box by mail with sample collection material and instructions on how to collect the sample.
How do I take a sample for the Breed ID test?
Sample collection for the Breed ID test is easy and you can do it yourself. More detailed instructions can be found on the inside of the box you will receive after purchase, as well as on our website.
What information will I receive with my test results?
You will find out the breeds of the last three generations of your pet’s ancestors, what the predicted weight of an adult dog is, as well as the genetic predispositions for developing specific genetic diseases.
How soon will I receive my test results?
You will receive your test results within 5-6 weeks after the sample is received by the laboratory.
Can the sample sent for the Breed ID test be used for further genetic testing?
Yes. Samples are stored in the laboratory for 6 months. If you would like to have additional genetic tests for genetic diseases or physical traits be made for your pet, this can be done based on the existing sample. Additional tests can be ordered via your account on our website.
How many breeds and which ones are included in the Breed ID test analysis?
There are currently 283 breeds are included in the analysis of the Breed ID test.

List of breeds included in the analysis:

Affenpinscher, Afghan Hound, Airedale Terrier, Akita, Alaskan Klee Kai, Alaskan Malamute, Alpine Dachsbracke, American Eskimo Dog, American Foxhound, American Staffordshire Terrier, American Water Spaniel, Anatolian Shepherd Dog, Appenzell Cattle Dog, Argentine Dogo, Australian Cattle Dog, Australian Kelpie, Australian Shepherd, Australian Terrier, Azawakh, Barbet, Basenji, Basset Bleu de Gascogne, Basset Fauve de Bretagne, Basset Griffon Vendeen (Grand), Basset Griffon Vendeen (Petit), Basset Hound, Bavarian Mountain Hound, Beagle, Bearded Collie, Beauceron, Bedlington Terrier, Belgian Malinois, Belgian Mastiff, Belgian Sheepdog, Belgian Tervuren, Bergamasco, Berger Picard, Bernese Mountain Dog, Bichon Frise, Biewer Terrier, Black Russian Terrier, Bloodhound, Blue Picardy Spaniel, Blue Tick Coonhound, Bolognese, Border Collie, Border Terrier, Borzoi, Boston Terrier, Bouvier Des Flanders, Boxer, Boykin Spaniel, Bracco Italiano, Braque du Bourbonnais, Brazilian Terrier, Briard, Brittany, Broholmer, Brussels Griffon, Bulgarian Shepherd, Bull Terrier (Miniature), Bull Terrier (Standard), Bulldog (American), Bulldog (Standard), Bullmastiff, Cairn Terrier, Canaan Dog, Canadian Eskimo Dog, Cane Corso, Cardigan Welsh Corgi, Catalan Sheepdog, Caucasian Shepherd Dog, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Central Asian Ovcharka, Cesky Terrier, Chesapeake Bay Retriever, Chihuahua, Chinese Crested, Chinese Shar-Pei, Chinook, Chow Chow, Cirneco del Etna, Clumber Spaniel, American Cocker Spaniel, Collie, Continental Toy Spaniel (phalene and papillon), Coonhound (Black and Tan), Coton de Tulear, Croatian Shepherd Dog, Curly Coated Retriever, Czechoslovakian Wolfdog, Dachshund (Longhaired), Dachshund (Miniature Longhaired), Dachshund (Miniature Shorthaired), Dachshund (Miniature Wirehaired), Dachshund (Shorthaired), Dachshund (Wirehaired), Dalmatian, Dandie Dinmont Terrier, Danish Swedish Farmdog, Dobermann Pinscher, Dogue de Bordeaux, Drever, Dutch Shepherd Dog, Elo, English Cocker Spaniel, English Foxhound, English Setter, English Springer Spaniel, English Toy Spaniel, English Toy Terrier, Entlebucher, Mountain Dog, Estrela Mountain Dog, Eurasier, Field Spaniel, Finnish Hound, Finnish Lapphund, Finnish Spitz, Flat Coated Retriever, Fox Terrier (Smooth), Fox Terrier (Toy), Fox Terrier (Wire), French Bulldog, German Hunting Terrier, German Longhaired Pointer, German Pinscher, German Roughhaired Pointer, German Shepherd Dog, German Shorthaired Pointer, German Spitz, German Wirehaired Pointer, Glen of Imaal Terrier, Golden Retriever, Gordon Setter, Great Dane, Great Pyrenees, Greater Swiss Mountain Dog, Greyhound, Hamiltonstovare, Harrier, Havanese, Hokkaido Inu, Hovawart, Ibizan Hound, Icelandic Sheepdog, Irish Red and White Setter, Irish Setter, Irish Terrier, Irish Water Spaniel, Irish Wolfhound, Italian Greyhound, Italian Spinone, Japanese Chin, Japanese Shiba Inu, Japanese Spitz, Kai Ken, Karelian Bear Dog, Keeshond, Kerry Blue Terrier, Kishu Ken, Komondor, Kooikerhondje, Koolie, Korean Jindo, Kritikos Lagonikos, Kromfohrlander, Kuvasz, Labrador Retriever, Lagotto Romagnolo, Laika (3 subtypes), Lakeland Terrier, Lancashire Heeler, Landseer, Lapponian Herder, Leonberger, Lhasa Apso, Lowchen, Magyar Agar, Maltese, Manchester Terrier, Manchester Terrier (Toy), Maremma Sheepdog, Mastiff, Mi-ki, Miniature American Shepherd, Miniature Pinscher, Mudi, Munsterlander (Large), Munsterlander (Small), Neapolitan Mastiff, Newfoundland, Nordic Spitz (Norrbottenspitz), Norfolk Terrier, Norwegian Buhund, Norwegian Elkhound, Norwegian Lundehund, Norwich Terrier, Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, Old English Sheepdog, Otterhound, Papillon, Parson Russell Terrier, Pekingese, Pembroke Welsh Corgi, Pharaoh Hound, Podenco Canario, Pointer, Pointing Griffon (Wire), Polish Greyhound, Polish Lowland Sheepdog, Polish Tatra Sheepdog, Pomeranian, Poodle (Medium), Poodle (Miniature), Poodle (Standard), Poodle (Toy), Portuguese Podengo Medio, Portuguese Podengo Pequenos, Portuguese Pointer, Portuguese Sheepdog, Portuguese Water Dog, Prague Ratter, Presa Canario, Pug, Puli, Pumi, Pyrenean Mastiff, Pyrenean Shepherd, Rhodesian Ridgeback, Rottweiler, Jack Russell Terrier, Russian Hound, Russian Toy Terrier, Russian Tsvetnaya Bolonka, Saarloos Wolfdog, Saint Bernard, Saluki, Samoyed, Schapendoes, Schipperke, Schnauzer (Giant), Schnauzer (Miniature), Schnauzer (Standard), Scottish Deerhound, Scottish Terrier, Sealyham Terrier, Shetland Sheepdog, Shih Tzu, Shikoku Ken, Siberian Husky, Silky Terrier, Skye Terrier, Sloughi, Slovakian Chuvach, Small Swiss Hound, Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier, South Russian Ovcharka, Spaniel de Pont-Audemer, Spanish Greyhound, Spanish Water Dog, Stabyhoun, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Sussex Spaniel, Swedish Elkhound, Swedish Vallhund, Swiss Hound, Taigan, Thai Ridgeback, Tibetan Mastiff, Tibetan Spaniel, Tibetan Terrier, Transylvanian Hound, Treeing Walker Coonhound, Vizsla, Volpino Italiano, Weimaraner, Welsh Springer Spaniel, Welsh Terrier, West Highland White Terrier, Whippet, White Swiss Shepherd, Wirehaired Vizsla, Yorkshire Terrier

What are the benefits and limitations of the Breed ID test?
Knowing your mixed breed dog's unique origins will help you understand their behavior, physical characteristics, nutritional and health needs. The test detects breed origins for three generations of ancestors (parents, grandparents and great-grandparents). The smallest contribution of the detected breed is 12.5%. If a breed that is not included in the database for analysis appeared in the pedigree of the dog, it will be detected as a mixed breed by the test. If you want to check the presence of a breed in your dog's pedigree that is not on the list of breeds included in the analysis, the test will not give the desired results. In the case of a dog in which all the ancestors of the last 3 generations are mixed breeds, it is not possible to determine the breeds. The test is not intended to confirm the purity of the pedigree, but only to detect the breed in the dog's origin. If a dog has 7 or 8 purebred great-grandparents, the test will provide information on how genetically similar/different the dog is compared to other members of its breed. In the case of mixed-breed dogs, the test can be used to estimate their likely weight when they grow up. The test cannot be used to predict a dog's behavioral and physical characteristics, as each dog is a unique combination of characteristics resulting from the interaction of genetic and environmental factors.

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