Meet Trix, adopted from The Happy Pet Project in the Summer of 2022:
Trix was rescued in early June of 2022. He and his siblings were just hours old, umbilical cords still attached, when Garland Animal Control officers found him and his family alone on the side of the road.
The Happy Pet Project was thrilled to partner with the awesome team at Garland Animal Services to get them out of the shelter and into a foster home!
Trix's mama, Cereal, worked hard to keep her babies alive. With help from the volunteer team at The Happy Pet Project, Trix and his siblings got healthier and happier every day.
As of today, every member of this fluffy family is living life in a forever home! Before they were adopted though, we sent Trix's saliva off in the mail to find out what mix of dog breeds makes Trix so CUTE.
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Now, if you're going to take a guess at which breeds were detected in Trix's DNA, make your picks now before you keep scrolling!
Ready to see which breed types make Trix so unique?
DRUM ROLL, PLEASE...
What a great mix of breeds!
Now, if one of Trix's family members is your pet, does this mean they share all of the same breeds? NOT necessarily...
Did you know?
Litters of puppies can be fathered by several different dogs! Female canines produce multiple eggs instead of just one, AND they remain in heat for approximately 10 days. (VCAhospitals.com)
We also know that Canine parents share 50% of their own DNA with their offspring (VCAhospitals.com)
so you can look take a look at Mama Cereal below and guess which of the above breeds came from Trix's dad!
Have you had your dog's DNA tested? What did you learn?
Do you know Cereal or one of her babies?
Do you think all of the siblings share the same father?
Let us know your thoughts in the comments below! : )