So since it lists a breed (I'm guessing the UKC doesn't have an option to select "mutt" since this process is used to test purebred breeding stock) you assume that this is a definitive assessment of your dog's breed, despite the fact that they state that there is no possible way to determine breed this way?Ok and it came back as "american pit bull terrier" with the same numbers and letters of my friends registered apbt, when i applied for the ukc dna i wrote she was a mutt.mixed breed. Unknown ancestry, it says nothing about percentage, it just says one single breed
:goodpost:Yeah, I don't see how this test can prove that your dog is 100% APBT. All it proves is that your dog is related to a registered dog, right?
The thing is, the UKC doesn't exactly have the highest standards. Plenty of registered, even champion APBTs in the UKC are Amstaff, American Bully, and Mastiff mixes.