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Niż bohaterów gorączki się opylaniem, pól pająka swoim raz kolejny accuracy rate of 90 percent. It's also how, Hughes says, owners can be surprised by their pets' Wisdom Panel results. As humans we fixate on one trait, said Hughes. People think, for example, that bigger dogs with are Catahoula, smaller dogs are Australian shepherds. But there's a single for and it's dominant it could be from 20 generations ago, and everything from Schnauzers to Great Danes has it. We need to move beyond the single trait. It's like seeing someone with blue eyes and saying ‘Oh, you must be from Sweden.'. Trait-Baiting. Everything Hughes said made sense to me as a science journalist, but as someone who has spent a lot of time peeling off trees futile pursuit of squirrels, I clung to the idea of him having some large hound his background. Following up via email a few days later with Hughes, I asked for a better idea which specific marker might have caused all the Entlebucher confusion. Her reply answered question by providing greater insight into the overall test: The computer is making the neighborhood of 7 million statistical calculations matching 's data to our database and what I is a very distilled version of that analysis I 't have that degree of granularity available to look at and be able to tell you that it is making a match say on chromosome A at position D. What I can tell you is that some breeds have a genetic signature pattern that is very tight e.g. not a lot variation certain areas and if a mixed breed dog happens to have a similar pattern or signature by chance it can come up as a false positive match to that breed I tell you that the Entlebucher is not one I commonly as a false positive is definitely unique that way. Oh, is unique, all right. Lurch is special, as are Tyche and Pullo, and any dog loved by its forever family. But, if the Wisdom Panel test told me only what I already knew for certain that American Staffordshire terriers pop up all three dogs' background was it a waste of money? I think it's amazing that even the one breed was deciphered by 320 or different markers, says PennGen's Giger, whose lab has no affiliation with Wisdom Panel. The answer is complex. Hughes notes that knowing the high percentage of AmStaffie dogs can also help me be vigilant about certain conditions, such as skin cancer, that they are more likely to get, regardless of what other breeds contributed to their DNA. It's also possible, note both Giger and Hughes, to run a much more precise breed identification DNA test, but it would cost thousands of dollars, well beyond what most dog owners would be willing or able to spend. Giger theorizes that Wisdom Panel be less helpful to owners of dogs like pit bull types that are the product of backyard breeders, who operate outside of AKC-registered bloodlines and often introduce other breeds to their stock hopes of capturing a specific trait such as size, coat color or even regional aesthetics. One would have to moderate enthusiasm for the test results of a more locally generated dog, Giger says tactfully. I'm glad I gave Wisdom Panel a shot, even if rambunctious but good-natured dogs are definitely of the locally-generated variety. It gave me a better understanding of the science that goes into breed identification though I can't help but note the shelter assessment nailed a three-out-of-three for pups. the big picture, people want a label, says Sparapani, executive director of Milwaukee Area Domestic Animal Control Commission where I adopted dogs. Some people were calling boxer-black lab mixes, or terrier mixes. But I decided it's the dog's best interest to call it what it looks like. you know, if it looks like a duck, call it a duck. Because Dogo Argentino probably isn't the wisdom panel database and thus can't be detected. APBT is also not on the database it's actually not possible to test a purebred APBT and get a result that says 100% pitbull APBT normally come up as mostly AmStaff mixture of other breeds since there is greater genetic variation APBT due to AmStaff founding stock being cherry picked from APBT stock when the breed started a mix of random other breeds is how the test interpret that extra variation. Since not test for purity of a purebred, pedigreed dog and because of