A lot of folks love their dogs like family and treat them like family. So it’s no surprise there’s a growing interest in learning all about a dog’s family lines. DNA breed tests (sometimes called wisdom panels). Using biological information contained on a simple cheek swab from the inside of your dog’s mouth, a laboratory can provide details like whether your pet is 100 percent purebred, or if it has a mix somewhere in its family tree. Results can also show you more about your dog’s genetic makeup, or if it might have a predisposition for genetic health conditions so that you and your veterinarian can make the right decisions about its health. Here are three things to consider when choosing a DNA breed test for your dog.