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Wisdom Panel® 3.0

PRICE: £75.00
 

Description+

The Mars Veterinary team of scientists and geneticists have been researching and developing canine DNA tests for nearly 10 years making Wisdom Panel canine DNA tests the most comprehensive breed analysis tests in the world. Mars Veterinary holds the worldwide exclusive license for use of the patented breed analysis process from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Institute and has tested more than 750,000 dogs.

The Wisdom Panel 3.0 test provides the following:

  • Screening for more than 200 breeds and varieties
  • Identification of purebred ancestors present in the first three generations (to the great-grandparent level)
  • A predicted weight profile
  • Screening for the MDR1 genetic mutation that can affect sensitivity towards common drugs

Wisdom Panel 3.0 covers more than 200 breeds, types and varieties including all those recognized by The Kennel Club and can be run for mixed-breed, designer, or purebred dogs. The procedure is the same for all three, but you decide at the time of activation how you would like us to run it. For purebred and designer dogs, the test will provide an additional Principle Component Analysis chart comparing your dog with others of that same breed(s) in our database and for purebred tests specifically, an additional Homozygosity Profile.

The Wisdom Panel 3.0 Canine DNA Test kit includes:

  • Instructions
  • DNA cheek swabs – both for use on one dog
  • Pre-paid shipping label and envelope

Breeds Detected+

As the leader in canine breed detection, Wisdom Panel 3.0 features the largest breed database on the market providing superior accuracy in breed results.
 
Don’t see your breed? Our database was developed using genetic markers from American Kennel Club (AKC) and Kennel Club breeds in the UK. If you believe your dog to be a breed or mix of breeds not found on this list note that his or her results may either show a mixed breed ancestor or the closest genetically related breed(s).
 
  • Affenpinscher
    Afghan Hound
    Airedale Terrier
    Akita
    Alaskan Klee Kai
    Alaskan Malamute
    American Bulldog
    American Eskimo Dog
    American Foxhound
    American Staffordshire Terrier
    American Water Spaniel
    Anatolian Shepherd Dog
    Argentine Dogo
    Australian Cattle Dog
    Australian Kelpie
    Australian Koolie
    Australian Shepherd
    Australian Terrier
    Azawakh
    Basenji
    Basset Hound
    Beagle
    Bearded Collie
    Beauceron
    Bedlington Terrier
    Belgian Malinois
    Belgian Sheepdog
    Belgian Tervuren
    Bergamasco
    Berger Picard
    Bernese Mountain Dog
    Bichon Frise
    Biewer Terrier
    Black and Tan Coonhound
    Black Russian Terrier
    Bloodhound
    Bluetick Coonhound
    Bolognese
    Border Collie
    Border Terrier
    Borzoi
    Boston Terrier
    Bouvier des Flandres
    Boxer
    Boykin Spaniel
    Briard
    Brittany
    Brussels Griffon
    Bull Terrier
    Bulldog
    Bullmastiff
    Cairn Terrier
    Canaan Dog
    Cane Corso
    Cardigan Welsh Corgi
    Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
    Cesky Terrier
    Chesapeake Bay Retriever
    Chihuahua
    Chinese Crested
    Chinese Shar-Pei
    Chinook
    Chow Chow
    Cirneco dell'Etna
    Clumber Spaniel
    Cocker Spaniel
    Collie
    Coton de Tulear
    Curly-Coated Retriever
    Dachshund Miniature Longhaired
    Dachshund Miniature Shorthaired
    Dachshund Miniature Wirehaired
    Dachshund Standard Longhaired
    Dachshund Standard Shorthaired
    Dachshund Standard Wirehaired
    Dalmatian
    Dandie Dinmont Terrier
    Doberman Pinscher
    Dogue de Bordeaux
    English Cocker Spaniel
    English Foxhound
    English Setter
    English Springer Spaniel
    English Toy Spaniel
    Entlebucher Mountain Dog
    Field Spaniel
    Finnish Lapphund
    Finnish Spitz
    Flat-Coated Retriever
    French Bulldog
    German Pinscher
    German Shepherd (White Swiss Shepherd)
    German Shepherd Dog
    German Shorthaired Pointer
    German Spitz
    German Wirehaired Pointer
    Giant Schnauzer
    Glen of Imaal Terrier
    Golden Retriever
    Gordon Setter
    Grand Basset Griffon Vendéen
    Great Dane
    Great Pyrenees
    Greater Swiss Mountain Dog
    Greyhound
    Harrier
    Havanese
    Ibizan Hound
    Icelandic Sheepdog
    Irish Red and White Setter
    Irish Setter
    Irish Terrier
    Irish Water Spaniel
    Irish Wolfhound
    Italian Greyhound
    Japanese Chin
    Japanese Spitz
    Jindo
    Keeshond
    Kerry Blue Terrier
    Komondor
    Kuvasz
    Labrador Retriever
    Lagotto Romagnolo
    Lakeland Terrier
    Lancashire Heeler
    Large Münsterlander
    Leonberger
    Lhasa Apso
    Löwchen
    Magyar Agár
    Maltese
    Manchester Terrier
    Maremma Sheepdog
    Mastiff
    Mi-ki
    Miniature Bull Terrier
    Miniature Pinscher
    Miniature Poodle
    Miniature Schnauzer
    Mudi
    Neapolitan Mastiff
    Newfoundland
    Norfolk Terrier
    Norwegian Buhund
    Norwegian Elkhound
    Norwegian Lundehund
    Norwich Terrier
    Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever
    Old English Sheepdog
    Otterhound
    Papillon
    Parson Russell Terrier
    Pekingese
    Pembroke Welsh Corgi
    Perro de Presa Canario
    Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen
    Pharaoh Hound
    Podenco Canario
    Pointer
    Polish Greyhound
    Polish Lowland Sheepdog
    Pomeranian
    Portuguese Podengo Médio
    Portuguese Podengo Pequeno
    Portuguese Water Dog
    Pug
    Puli
    Pumi
    Pyrenean Shepherd
    Rhodesian Ridgeback
    Rottweiler
    Russell Terrier
    Saint Bernard
    Saluki
    Samoyed
    Schipperke
    Scottish Deerhound
    Scottish Terrier
    Sealyham Terrier
    Shetland Sheepdog
    Shiba Inu
    Shih Tzu
    Siberian Husky
    Silky Terrier
    Skye Terrier
    Sloughi
    Small Münsterlander
    Smooth Fox Terrier
    Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier
    Spanish Greyhound
    Spanish Water Dog
    Spinone Italiano
    Staffordshire Bull Terrier
    Standard Poodle
    Standard Schnauzer
    Sussex Spaniel
    Swedish Vallhund
    Tibetan Mastiff
    Tibetan Spaniel
    Tibetan Terrier
    Toy Fox Terrier
    Toy Manchester Terrier
    Toy Poodle
    Treeing Walker Coonhound
    Vizsla
    Weimaraner
    Welsh Springer Spaniel
    Welsh Terrier
    West Highland White Terrier
    Whippet
    Wire Fox Terrier
    Wirehaired Pointing Griffon
    Wirehaired Vizsla
    Yorkshire Terrier

Foreign Dogs?+

Is your dog from a country outside the contiguous US, UK, Canada, Australia or Germany?

The Wisdom Panel test was developed using pure breeds primarily from those found on The Kennel Club and the American Kennel Club registry lists. If your dog was imported from a country other than Canada, the UK, Australia, Germany, or mainland U.S., or you suspect that your dog’s ancestors are from outside these countries, his breed ancestry may not be well represented in our database.

Instructions+

1
OPEN SWAB SLEEVE – Peel back the edges of the swab sleeve about 3 centimetres (not all the way) and remove swab by holding its handle. Do not touch the bristles. Save the sleeve to place the swabs in for mailing.
2
COLLECT CHEEK CELLS – Firmly roll the swab’s bristles between the inner surface of the cheek and gums for about 15 seconds for each swab. NOTE: DO NOT let your dog eat anything or share a water dish with other dogs for about an hour before you do the test.
3
AIR DRY SWABS – Allow swabs to dry for about five minutes. Repeat steps 1-3 for the second swab.
4
ACTIVATE YOUR KIT – Visit www.wisdompanel.co.uk and click on the “Activate You Kit” button at the top of the page. Fill out all the information, check it for accuracy and submit. You will receive an Activation Code Number that you need to write on the back of your Sample ID Sticker.
5
APPLY SAMPLE ID STICKER – Complete the label with your Activation Code Number and apply it to the back of the swab sleeve.
6
REINSERT DRY SWABS – Reinsert both dry swabs into the protective sleeve they came in. DO NOT reseal as this can cause bacterial growth.
7
SEAL THE  ENVELOPE – Place the sleeve with the swabs back into the carton it came in and seal. 
8
MAIL TEST TO LAB – Apply the included pre-paid shipping label and place with the outgoing mail. IN APPROXIMATELY 2-3 WEEKS FROM THE TIME THE SAMPLE REACHES THE LAB YOU WILL BE EMAILED A LINK TO VIEW YOUR REPORT.