Canine DNA profiles (ISAG 2006)-
breed cannot be determined with this test

BUY NOW >>DNA profiling provides a unique identifier for your dog, allowing for positive identification should the animal be lost or stolen. Validity of breeding lines can also be shown, with some Kennel Clubs requiring DNA profiling as a positive identification prior to registration. This test does not give any information on the breed of your dog.

What is it?

The DNA profile of each dog is unique (except for identical Twins).

We analyse 22 different DNA markers, known as microsatellites. These markers contain short repeating sequences of DNA known as STR’s. The number of repeats for each marker varies from individual to individual. It is this variation in the markers that makes up an animals unique DNA profile.

The set of markers we use also contains markers to confirm the gender of the animal tested. The results of this appear on your certificate as X\X ( Female) or X\Y(Male).

This test does not give any information on the breed of your dog. For this information you need to order a wisdom panel dog breed analysis test.

What is it used for ?

_V2L2383DNA profile provides a unique identifier for your dog, and can be positively identified should the animal be lost of stolen.Profiles can be used to validate the accuracy of breeding lines.

In some countries clubs now require positive identification for registration, this can be provided by a DNA profile. For more information on this please refer to the breed or Kennel club for your country.

Profiles are ordered through our webshop, this test is available to test under your breed name. If your dog is of mixed breed this can be ordered under cross breed.

We apologise that not all breeds are currently detailed on our webshop, if you cannot find your breed here please let us know and we will make sure this is added.

Once ordered a DNA swab kit and full instructions will be sent to you.

Results can be sent via email or post as requested at the time of ordering.

As of the 21st of November 2016, profiling results for UK animals will be automatically forwarded to the UK Kennel club.

We apologies that not all breeds are currently detailed on our webshop, if you cannot find your breed here please let us know and we will make sure this is added.

DNA profiles are also used in Parentage analysis.