With the spring months arriving in the Northern Hemisphere, you may be getting ready to head outdoors a bit more. Fortunately, spending time with your cat or dog outside is one of the best experiences you can enjoy as a pet owner. In addition to creating fun, engaging bonding time, it’s also healthy for you and your animals.
DNA is central to understanding and caring for your dog. Some genetic features are easier to recognize than others, but overall, canine genetics is still a mystery to many dog owners.
Today, there are more tools available than ever before to help devoted dog owners take care of their pets. Whether you want to know which breed your rescue dog really is or make sure you’re prepared to meet any genetic conditions your canine may develop, DNA testing has transformed the way we care for our dogs.