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Posted by Randy Holtmeyer on 04-02-2019 02:46 AM:

DNA Question

If you DNA profile a dog where neither parent is DNA profiled but three of the grandparents are, can it show anything about the parentage of the dog, either right or wrong? Thanks?


Posted by Russell Smith on 04-02-2019 12:56 PM:

No. The only reason we do DNA testing is to verify who the parents of a dog are. To do that, we need the dog's DNA on record as well as both suspected parents.


Posted by Randy Holtmeyer on 04-08-2019 01:58 AM:

Thanks for the reply Russell, kinda thought that but wasn't sure! I bought a pup that goes back to some old dogs that I had and someday will probably DNA her, I knew that since neither parent was DNA'd she would only be eligible for DNA-P. I have no reason to doubt her papers but because a lot of her ancestors are DNA'd I wasn't sure if that could show any unknow surprises or not...lol...


Posted by Russell Smith on 04-08-2019 01:04 PM:

No problem. Have a great day!


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