In this undated photo made available by Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, nine weeks old Ghenghis Khan is seen. Stewart's puppy has died in a propane explosion at a northeastern Pennsylvania kennel Friday. Stewart says on her blog she's "deeply saddened" by the death of her chow, Ghengis Khan, in Friday's blast at Pazzazz Pet Boarding kennel in the Pocono Mountains. (AP Photo/Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia)
One simple test may answer some questions you may have about man's best friend.
A doggie DNA test called wisdom panel takes a blood sample from your mutt and then breaks down exactly what breeds he or she is made up of.
Veterinarians say this can be useful if you are concerned about a certain breed's temperament or what illnesses they are prone to.
Veterinarians say the blood test is 95 percent accurate, costs about $130 and results are returned in about two weeks.
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