So this is for everyone who really wants to know what breeds are in their dog. Some Vets don't have this yet, but if you tell them about it, they can get it for you.
So I have two dogs, one was picked up at a shelter and looks like a husky, the other was from a rescue organization and looks like a cross between a German Shepard and Malamute. We had blood drawn at our Vets, and they sent it out. It was $170.00 for each dog, so it is on the expensive side!
In just under three weeks, we got two packets back from the company. Which has the dogs information, a graph of the breeds that were found in the dogs DNA, and a explaination of each breed with characteristics, behaviors, etc.
So our first dog was mostly Siberian Husky, with trace of Alaskian Malamute. The other was a interesting mix, with trace of: Siberian Husky, Alaskian Malamute, German Shepard, Chow Chow and Cocker Spaniel!
If you really must know what your dogs breed is, then this is much better than the "do at home" kits where you take a saliva sample, and send it out. That test only picks up a low number of breeds, where this has over 100 breeds they are able to detect.