I got my dog's DNA tested and what I learned shocked me
The board of a luxury New York City apartment complex raised concerns about "dog racism" in 2015, when it started requiring residents to test their dogs' DNA before granting the animals permission to reside in the building.
The board reasoned that certain dog breeds are aggressive by nature. (The complex has a list of banned breeds, which includes Pomeranians, according to DNAinfo.)
Dog DNA tests claim they can tell you about your pet's behavior, estimate how big a puppy will get, and indicate whether it will play nice with children or other pets.
Having experimented with testing my own DNA, I decided to find out more about my pup. In honor of National Pet Day, here's how it went:
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Tuesday, April 11, 2017
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