[Giveaway] DNA My Dog Breed Identification Test

All dogs are special, but rescue dogs are one of a kind. Many rescue dogs of unknown origin are made up of three, four, or even more breeds, making it nearly impossible to identify their lineage by looking at them.

A DNA test can tell you a lot about your rescue dog. Not only can an at-home DNA test tell you about your dog’s breed makeup, it can also clue you in to what personality traits they may have inherited, what genetic conditions to look out for, and how you can optimize their diet to keep them healthy. Why not give 2021 a fresh start by setting goals tailored to your dog’s needs?

The DNA My Dog Breed Identification Test is fast and easy. You just swab your dog’s cheek at home using the supplies in the kit and mail in the sample. In about two weeks, you’ll get a custom photo certificate that details their breed makeup.

The test results also go over what personality traits and genetic health concerns are associated with your dog’s breeds. While you may not be able to predict exactly what personality-related training hurdles your dog will have, or what health issues your dog will eventually develop, the results can help you prepare for challenges in your dog’s future.

DNA tests can be used with dogs of all ages. You can even use it to predict what your puppy will be like when they grow up.

Plus, it’s fun to guess what breeds your dog might be. While you’re waiting on the results, you can also have your friends and family members guess your dog’s results.

Enter For Your Chance To Win A DNA My Dog Breed ID Test

You’re invited to enter the giveaway for a chance to win a free DNA My Dog Breed ID Test.  1-800-PetMeds® is giving away DNA My Dog Breed ID Test kits to 3 lucky winners. Winners will be drawn on Monday, 2/1/2021. The 1-800-PetMeds® DNA My Dog Giveaway runs from 12/28/2020 through 1/31/2021.

Win a FREE DNA My Dog Breed Identification Test!
Find out what breeds make up your beloved pup’s genetic makeup!  Just leave a comment below and you could win a FREE DNA My Dog Breed Identification Test from 1800PetMeds! Three winners will be chosen at random Monday, February 1, 2021, so everyone who participates has a chance to win! There will be a total of three (3) winners. (Limited to residents of the U.S.) Good luck!  


Congrats to the drawing winners: Tiffany Dobratz, Heather Zimmer and Robert Evans. Look for an email from us!


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  1. I’d love to know the special makeup of my rescue girl Pepper!

  2. Spike is a rescue; I am curious as to what he may be

  3. I really want to know the genetic make up of my Greta Bean!

  4. I really want to know more about my Greta Bean!

  5. Great!!! I hope my 12 year old, Frankie, wins! We want to know what is his ancestry line make up.

  6. how cool this would be to do for my dog

  7. we just rescued a puppy from Mexico, and would love to know her genetics!

  8. would love to know my dogs breed

  9. So far, we have been ordering my a
    Black lab’s meds from here for a while. No complaints. We actually have and dearly love our 8 cats, 3 dogs and 3 turtles. Thanks! The Sterners

  10. I would be happy to know the genetic and personality traits of my shepherd/chow mix, Buster.

  11. I have 3 rescues, all of which are mystery breeds! Would love to know!

  12. We rescued a corgi mix from a corgi rescue but we really think he is a Swedish Valhund. Thanks for the chance

  13. Would love to know my rescue girl breed might be.

  14. Our fur baby is a rescue dog and like to know what’s her make up. She looks like a miniature german sheperd. She’s so sweet.

  15. I would love to win this!

  16. I’d love to find what my fox like mutt is truly

  17. This would be great to have to find out what my rescue dog really is.

  18. My 6th child… aka “Moosey”. He stole my heart. He weights about 105lbs but has more grace and sweetness than our 4lb Yorkie. Would love to know what all breeds he is

  19. Rescued my Echo 2 years ago. I’d love to know her genetic makeup

  20. I’d love to know

  21. I’m interesting to know what my Rottie mix is mixed with.

  22. This would be so cool to get my puppers DNA.

  23. Oh this would be fun. We’ve always wondered about my brothers little guy

  24. This would be great for my genetics class!

  25. Teya was found abandoned on the street in N. California. She was terribly underweight, but she was inquisitive and friendly. They suspected that she is more than half American Doberman, but has traits of a terrier as well (digging after ground squirrels, for example). We have adopted this delightful rescue pup and would like some ideas what to expect in her future growth and behavior.

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