|Barked: Fri Dec 24, '10 12:26pm PST |
|I agree with Nala, it's a lot of fun to see what it comes up with, and don't take it too seriously. Your dog is still your wonderful mutt no matter what breeds come up in the analysis.
And did you know, MOST Australian Shepherds are actually born with tails? A minority are naturally tailless, but many are docked as newborns. So your dog could still be Aussie (Or Schipperke, they are not natually tailless either) even with a tail.
I got Bruno tested with the Insights test and it came up with 50% Chihuahua, 25% Shar Pei, and 25% Scottish Deerhound. The deerhound is the only one that seems fishy to me- I've NEVER seen a deerhound in real life, they are INCREDIBLY rare and I doubt too many are running around making mutt puppies. So I wonder if the test is confusing it with a related breed like the Irish Wolfhound or Bearded Collie or Greyhound. Who knows. I've been told the test is roughly 80% accurate, that's better than guessing but not guaranteed truth.
i'd say go for it- my test was only 60 dollars, that's not too much to assuage you curiosity.
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