Wisdom Panel® Insights™ Breed Identification DNA Test Kit

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Wisdom Panel® Insights Dog Breed DNA Test Kit helps you know your dog's ancestry you can create a wellness program tailored for his one-of-a-kind needs. Read More

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Just like you and your family, your dog has inherited traits from his ancestors. Knowing your dog's ancestry can help you create a wellness program tailored for his one-of-a-kind needs.

The Wisdom Panel® Insights™ Breed Identification DNA Test Kit is easy to use - just swipe the included swab inside your dog's cheek, mail back in the enclosed postage-paid envelope and results are returned within 3 weeks.*

185+ breed database

*Typically results are sent by email. If you prefer to have results sent USPS, please provide a valid mailing address and note stating to send results through the mail.

View a Sample Report (4.7 MB)


  • Brand: Wisdom Panel 2.0
  • Type: Breed Identification Test

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars


    We rescued a dog while living in South Korea, and were always curious as to what she was. She looked like a Schnauzer cross. The test is simple. The results are fast, and accurate. Turns out she's a Schnauzer-Cocker Spaniel mix, so we tell people she's a Schnocker. The test is great to try to watch for genetic diseases/common injuries. While they are mutts, it's great to know the specific kind of dog they are. We're happy, and going to buy another for our heeler/corgi?? cross.

  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars


    Very happy with our results. The test was easy. Got them in 2 weeks. It was nice to be able to check the status online. It is free to get your results. The family tree is kinda neat too. They have a database on their website that other people have submitted photos of their mix breed dogs. So you can see all the different examples of dog that has that breed in them. I noticed some people were upset with their results and we were nervous ours was going to come back way off. I've read you should quarantine your dog to make sure he doesn't lick anything before doing the test and to wear gloves (we didn't do this). I guess you never know what is in your dog's family line. So if you have an open mind then give it a try. We thought our rescue dog was a Schnauzer/Chihuahua mix. Turns out he is all Schnauzer on one side and Havanese Poodle on the other.

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