DNA test on my dog. Try and guess what he’s mixed with, I will post results when they come in.

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I will go with Lab and one of the retrievers. I had a mixed Lab that lived 20 years hope yours lives that long no matter what the results are. Beautiful pup.
 

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Years ago some friends all sent in DNA to one of those. All of them came back with part chow in them. Even the pure breeds. I haven't wanted to do it since then, but maybe they've improved. I'm looking forward to your results. Lab is obvious, but I can't make out what else it might be.
 

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Lab of course. But I think there may be some bassett hound in there...look at those ears!

And his nose is just a bit long for lab...so if not bassett, some other scent hound. Bloodhound?
 

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Our Dog Olive came to live with us through a rescue in Texas a few years ago... we could tell she was mostly lab, but had no idea what else...


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She's a wonder, and we love her, but...

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Sometimes she's a little Chewy.

After living with her for a while, we thought we'd get her DNA analysis done, and the results certainly surprised us:

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We don't love her any more or less because of the results, so in hindsight, I'm not sure it was the best way to spend $27,348, but at least we know.

Jamie
 
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