Contest is finished.
DNA results in -- click on the link to hear results
1st Place: WINNER most corrrect exact guesses and earliest entry
2 guesses of American Eskimo & Chihuahua for Tater
and 1 Guess of Golden Retriever for Hannah Aug 3 7:31pm
Dallas office and Ranch in Jefferson County, Oklahoma
2nd Place: WINNERS two exact guesses correct for Hannah
Denise VanderHeiden, McKinney Aug 4 9:45am
English Setter, Golden Retriever
Marigay Black, Garland TX Aug 4 11:13pm
Irish Setter and Golden Retriever.
3rd Place: One exact guess per dog plus partial correct 3rd guess
Darlene Berry, Allen TX Aug 4, 5:33pm Golden Retriever, American Eskimo, Terrier
Pam Pierce, Denton, TX Aug 4,7:52pm Golden Retriever, Chihuahua, Yorkshire Terrier
Hannah 60 lbs - age 6 Tater 4 lbs - age 2 months
See slide show of Hannah See slide show of Tater
After losing our Tully, Judy and I couldn’t resist adopting a puppy from the SPCA in Dallas. Tater is the new guy and he is a piece of work! Logan, my daughter, started the SPCA Adopt a Pet report on the radio and on the website over a decade ago.
Not too long ago a company came out with a testing kit that would give you the genetics of your mutt. Well, not only are we curious about Tater but also our other mutt, Hannah.
BioPet's DNA Breed Identification test is used to identify the multiple breeds in your mixed breed dogs. It uses a simple and painless cheek swab, then the analysts at BioPet Vet Lab can compare your dog’s DNA with 63 of the most common breeds found in mixed breed dogs. The DNA test identifies the genetics of your pet, plus you will receive an Ancestry Analysis Certificate, and a Breed Behavior and Health and Personality Summary about the different breeds found. The process takes as little as two weeks.
Hannah getting DNA swab.
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