Took a few photos of Cady and Irys for Halloween 2018 and then used my budding photoshop skills to place them next to each other in two different backgrounds.
The hooman tells me it’s fall and all of his dogs get photographs taken on these huge hay bales. First time I’ve ever jumped up this high. So here’s me and my sister – Irys with Cady
Below you will find the DNA test results for my two adopted dogs Cady and Irys. They both share the breeds Labrador, Akita, and Chow. It’s interesting how the mix of DNA makes for two totally different looking dogs.
But, they both share a high intelligence and are big sweethearts.
I like running the DNA tests for breed characteristics, but besides that information, I also received a great printout of their health information that I was able to give to my vet.
Cady (left) and Irys (right)
Snapshot of Irys DNA test results from Embark Veterinary.
Pretty cool. I like all the information on the detailed report I received. They have a nice section of the 165 genetic diseases they screen for plus other health conditions.
I would highly recommend them to anyone who wants to know more about their dog.
This is Irys public profile if you would like to see more about her and Embark – EMBK.ME/IRYS
Meet Irys – The new 4-footed kind in the house!
Adopted this pupper on Friday, 7/27/18. She’s 8-months old, a big sweetheart, curious, full of energy, knows commands, likes her crate, generous with kisses, loves to play and is getting to know her big sister Cady. Yep, she’s a smaller sized German Shepherd. I will be using Embark to run her DNA swab and see what she’s made of.
I had a busy morning with the hooman on Saturday. Car ride, trail walk, Home Depot visit, back seat peek-a-boo, and photos. Then we came home and played fetch the ball in the yard. Nap time!