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Save 29% on this painless genetic test for dogs

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TL;DR: Through Jan. 9, you can grab the DNA My Dog Breed Identification Test for just $55.99 instead of $79 — that’s a savings of 30%.

You may know your dog’s favorite toy, but there’s more you could learn about your furry friend. A dog DNA kit could help you understand your pup’s breed makeup and all the unique traits that make them special. With the DNA My Dog Breed Identification Test, you just need to take a swab of your dog’s cheek. Until January 9 at 11:59 p.m. PT, you can get this dog DNA kit on sale for $55.99 (reg. $79). 

Find out what breed your dog is 

A dog’s breed determines a lot more than their appearance. Things like behavioral traits and possible health risks are associated with a dog’s breed. Knowing more about your dog could help you be a better companion for them, and this award-winning canine genetic test is just the start. 

When you order, you’ll receive a cheek swab kit and a return envelope. All you have to do is send in your dog’s sample and wait for the results. There’s no pain for your dog, and the wait shouldn’t be more than two weeks. 

The DNA report will cover your dog’s breed mix and genetic health factors. Finding out there’s a little husky in your mutt might explain their love of the cold or why they’re so good at learning new tricks. Plus, supplying your veterinarian with detailed information about your dog may help them diagnose health issues down the line. No need to waste time barking up the wrong tree. 

DNA My Dog supports over 100 breeds, and you can check the full list right here. You might be surprised by which ones appear on your dog’s results. 

A painless dog DNA kit 

Learn what makes your dog tick. For a few days more, you can get the DNA My Dog Breed Identification Test for just $55.99. The sale ends January 9 at 11:59 p.m. PT. 

Prices subject to change.

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