DNA dog breed determination

  • Find out which breeds are in your dog

  • By determining the breed, you can classify the character traits better

  • Medically sound evaluation / usable in court

  • Assign genetic defects to your dog
  • DNA analysis Made in Germany

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Siberian, German, slightly Chinese traits - Your dog is multicultural. Wouldn't it be crazy to find out what breeds are in your dog. What influences have shaped the character, behavior and health of your dog?

The most important point, however, is that one can determine certain health problems in the dog by determining the breed. Certain races carry certain diseases.

This reduces the risk of genetic defects causing your dog to get worse.

Your benefits at a glance

By determining the breed, all sorts of conclusions can be drawn that will help you in the education and development of your dog. The DNA breed determination gives you the following advantages ...

1. Recognize certain hereditary diseases based on the analysis. Based on the result, take precautionary measures to contain the diseases.

2. Different breeds have different grooming needs. Realize what grooming, exercise, and diet your dog really needs. Promote the well-being and health of your dog.

3. Every breed of dog has typical behavioral characteristics. Understand your dog better and optimize training methods or activities that suit the dog's temperament. Foster the relationship with your dog.

MDR-1 genetic defect - why you should ring the alarm bells now.

The MDR1 gene is responsible for the production of an important protein called P-glycoprotein, which plays a crucial role in clearing toxins and drugs from the brain and other organs. It protects the brain from toxins, foreign substances and drugs. However, in dogs with an MDR1 gene defect, this protein is only produced in small amounts or not at all.

This insufficient production of the P-glycoprotein means that affected dogs can experience serious symptoms and side effects after taking medication, such as vomiting, diarrhea, ataxia (incoordination), depression, seizures, coma and even death.

Due to reduced protein production, dogs with the MDR1 gene defect are hypersensitive to certain medications, which poses a serious threat to their lives.

The MDR1 gene defect is more common in certain dog breeds, such as the Australian Shepherd, Border Collie, Collie, Shetland Sheepdog (Sheltie), German Shepherd, Old English Sheepdog, and some mixed breed dogs with these breeds in their ancestry.

It is important for responsible dog owners and breeders to be aware of this genetic idiosyncrasy in order to ensure the welfare of affected dogs and to take appropriate precautions when administering medication.

Using the DNA dog breed determination, you can find out whether your dog suffers from the MDR1 gene defect. And you can take measures to protect your dog from life-threatening symptoms.

We do research for you

Our analyzes are constantly expanding. This means we have a database of all common dog breeds that can be found in the European environment. If your dog's breed is not in the system, it's a jackpot for both of you!

Our laboratory would contact you at short notice and work with you to record the data of your fur nose a little more precisely. You would then automatically slip into our research project and receive a discount of at least 50% for the evaluation. For information only, 223 dog breeds are currently included in our analysis.

How the analysis works...

Your data is safe with us!

No worries! Your data is safe with us and will not be passed on to third parties.
Your sample will be tested in a safe and controlled laboratory. And will be destroyed immediately after the evaluation.

Your contact details are only available to selected and verified people. In addition, your data is cryptically encrypted and makes it impossible to intercept the data. This will ensure the best security for you.

We strictly adhere to the guidelines of the GDPR.

In addition, each process is protected by encryption.

frequently asked Questions

Here you will find the most important questions about DNA race determination.

For any dog ​​owner who is interested in where the dog's genetic influences come from. This can be particularly beneficial for breeders. This gives you the opportunity to choose the perfect breeding partner.
The result can be viewed in the online portal. You will receive access to the portal via email. After the analysis is done.
The analysis currently includes 223 dog breeds, which are constantly being expanded. With our research program, we continue to expand the portfolio of breeds together with our customers.

Thats what our customers say ...

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Ulrike Berger
DNA Hunderassenbestimmung

Mir doch zu ungenau - würde ich nicht mehr machen

Marion Grünberg
Ich war schon verwundert ...

Ich besitze einen reinrassigen Labrador aus einer Zucht in der Nachbarschaft. Ich war schon verwundert, als die Kollegen herausgefunden haben, dass Chicko nicht 100% ein Labrador ist. Zunächst stieg mein Puls leicht an, jedoch ein netter Herr von GenoLine erklärte mir dann sehr intensiv wie weit die Kollegen in die Genetik einsteigen. Keine Rassetestung nach Ahnentafel, sondern es wird die komplette Genetik analysiert und jeder auch noch so kleiner Ansatz einer anderen Rasse herausgefiltert. Ich finde das super spannend! Danke für die Erklärung

Heidi K.
Der MDR 1 war mir wichtig

Tolle Testung und wohl auf sehr hohen Standard. In meiner Filou steckt noch viel mehr drin als ich dachte. Wichtig war mir aber auch zu wissen, ob der Gendefekt von denen so viele sprechen in meinem Hund vorhanden ist. Zum Glück nicht : )

1. Auswertung hat ein wenig länger gedauert ... 2. war Top in der Zeit!

Habe nun meine beiden Lieblinge testen lassen. Tolle Rassebsetimmung und gut erklärt
Vielen Dank euch allen...

Die Geschichte vom Schoßhund der laut Genetik noch viel mehr zu bieten hat!

Jacky ist 3 Jahre alt und ein Mischling der irgendwie von der Optik so absolut in kein Rater passt. Jacky ist hat aber von Beginn an einen unwarscheinlichen Jagd und Spieltrieb gehabt obwohl er eigentlich aussieht wie ein Knuddelhund für das Sofa. In der Analyse ist jetzt herausgekommen, dass viele der Vorfahren eher aus dem englischen Raum stammen müssen. Es sind in hoher Prozentzahl englische Jagdhunde vertreten. Ich hab mich die Jahre immer gefragt, ob ich in der Erziehung etwas falsch gemacht habe? Anhand der Auswertung ist nun klar, das so viel Jagd und Suchinstinkt in ihm steckt, dass wir wohl genau diese Atribute ein wenig mehr trainieren müssen. Jacky will gefordert und gefördert werden und seinen Charackterzügen gerecht werden.

Danke für die ausfürhliche Erklärung zum Ergebnis.