Wired has tried out three different canine DNA tests on two dogs — one that appeared to be German Shepherd-like and one that appeared to be dachshund and beagle-like — to find varying results.

The tests they tried — DNA My Dog, Embark Dog DNA Test Kit, and Wisdom Panel — come in at various price points, but ranged from $69 to $199, and provide information ranging from basic breed breakdown to the presence of disease-linked mutations and measures of inbreeding.

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