“What breed is she?”
This is a question I’ve been asked every day since this tiny, flea-ridden floof came into my life. I used to always very confidently respond, “She’s
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As Kiska grew, I started to wonder if she was mixed with something. At just over a year old, she’s a petite 75 pounds with a smooth and sleek coat.
Then, the comments changed from, “What breed is she?” to “There’s no way she’s full pyr. She HAS to be a mix!”
I started to get annoyed. Does it matter if she’s full pyr?
I just needed to satisfy my curiosity so I could answer the question confidently. Plus, I wanted to know more about her history. So, I started researching DNA test options.
Although a bit more expensive
As soon as the test arrived, I eagerly ripped open the box and started reading the directions. I thought
I packed everything up and it was back in the mail the same day.
It was torture waiting for the results, and I was pretty much glued to my email just waiting for an update. Embark does a great job at keeping you in the loop throughout the process. I received updates when they got Kiska’s swab and as it went through the testing process.
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I squealed when I received the email that said the results were in, and spent the next 30 minutes reading the report. It was fascinating. I know Mauja and Atka are
I am so excited for the secret to be out! Enter below to guess what breed(s) do you think Kiska is? Is she a purebred Great Pyrenees? Is she a pyr mix? Is there actually any pyr in her at all?
I listed the most common breed guesses, but if you have another idea, enter it in the ‘other’ spot!
And since I’m so excited about this, let’s do a giveaway! How about a $50 Amazon gift card? If you guess the correct breed(s)a Rafflecopter giveaway