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Sex: male
Working Dog: No
Spayed/Neutered: yes
Date of Birth: 2/24/14

Owner’s Stated Breed Mix:

Totally unknown

Dog summary

Greg is a brindle, low-rider with fantastic ears and a super long tail, who excels at climbing!


He recognizes the mail truck and waits in the yard to perform tricks and get treats .

Does best

He is an avid climber and perches on top of everything he can find.

Fun Story

Greg won the "Top Dog" contest in our town and became a celebrity overnight. He won a year's supply of food and earned the coveted "#1" dog license tag, among other things. Totally random drawing, but we think it is great!


What are these results saying? How did we get there?

We're trying to determine all the breeds and "non breeds" in your dog - 80% of dogs on earth don't have breed ancestry at all!

We're predicting your dog's mixes from the 93 breeds with open data for validity.

If your dog has unusual ancestry, we may not have an accurate match - yet! As our reference set grows, your dog's results might evolve, so check back for updates and new information as new data becomes available.

We share our breed determining methods openly.

6.2 %Toy Poodle
7.5 %American Cock..
7.8 %Chow Chow
9.4 %Siberian Husky
17.7 %Others
51.4 %Unknown

Greg is maybe

9.4% Siberian Husky

Greg has us a bit confused. Our algorithm tells us that he is a mixed breed dog. We matched 9.4% of his ancestry to Siberian Husky. However, he wasn't a close enough match to any breed for us to be confident.

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How did we get these results?

We used a combination of three statistics and Greg's DNA results but had difficulty determining what his ancestry was!

Mean Posterior Probability

Genetic Diversity

Percent of
Top Breed


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