Do you own a mixed breed dog? Wouldn’t it be fantastic if there was a way where we could learn more about our dog’s genetic heritage? The DNA My Dog test is a canine breed test that is designed to help you provide your dog with a longer, healthier and happier life.
Take the guesswork out with our dog breed Identification DNA test. Understand the key breeds in your dog with a simple DNA test. Mixed breed, mongrel, pure bred? If you want to know which breed of dog you own, a dog breed identification test is just what you need. At only $107 and with results in 3 weeks, opt for dog breed identification testing to know your dog.
Now is the time to take action and get those irresponsible owners who allow their dogs to defecate in public spaces and then just walk away to pay up and clean up. The solution to the problem of dog mess lies in dog poop DNA testing. Begin taking action today.
Our dog parentage test allows you to establish in a definitive manner the true parentage of your dog. By means of this test, dog breeders and dog owners have the first truly scientific manner of establishing the pedigree of a dog with an accuracy of 99.99%.
Is your dog carrier of any genetic diseases? Will it be affected or suffer from the disease later on in life? Are you concerned that this disease might affect any offspring? Why not make a scientific move towards eliminating or reducing the risk of disease in your dogs with dog inherited disease testing?
Avian DNA based sexing is the ultimate in testing for birds. Distinguishing male from female birds is notoriously difficult. Unlike mammals, the physical characteristics which distinguish male and female birds are very subtle or altogether absent. Bird DNA sexing can help breeders establish the gender of the birds with 100% accuracy.
We test a minimum of 5 birds using blood or feather samples.
We cannot test all bird breeds known. Kindly state the bird breed you are testing on the forms you send back to us.
EasyDNA offers feline PKD testing– a simple DNA test that could save the life of a cat and ensure litters of kittens that are free of this disease. Persian cats and Exotic Shorthairs are amongst the breeds which are most likely to suffer from an inherited disorder known as polycystic kidney disease (PKD).