Yes, this is a thing.

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I don’t know why, but it is definitely a thing.

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Yes, now you can definitively prove your nasty neighbor’s pit bull did indeed hump poor little Twinkle.

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23 and Me take note, there’s a new dog in town.

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Is this really necessary?

No. But I found some fascinating ancestors when I researched my family tree so who knows? Your pooch may be Rin Tin Tin’s great great great great grandson on his mother’s side.

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Bowzer’s family tree.

Frame worthy for sure.

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21 thoughts on “Yes, this is a thing.”

  1. Some breeds are more prone to certain health issues, so that may be why you’d do this. There’s a cat version out there, too, apparently. Infollow someone on YouTube who had her cats tested so she’d be aware of any health issues. 🤷‍♀️

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  2. I guess I would be interested in the case of one large white dog I have that just showed up on our porch as a little puppy one morning. Think she was dumped.
    She also has canine epilepsy, more common among white dogs for some reason.
    Don’t rightly know what I would actually do with that information, though.

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