Embark tests for 230+ genetic health risks — more than any other dog DNA test on the market.
Our health report makes it easy to send your pup’s results to their vet to make a care plan for all their years to come.
Get ahead of canine diseases that occur later in life including glaucoma, degenerative myelopathy, and dilated cardiomyopathy, three of the most common adult-onset diseases in dogs. Knowing that your dog is predisposed as early as possible means starting prevention or treatment early too.See all 230+ health risks
Actionable results, exclusively from Embark
Get vet-actionable health information that influences how your vet interprets your dog’s clinical data, and how they determine your pet’s diagnostic, monitoring, or treatment plan.
Spotlight on ALT: Alanine Aminotransferase (ALT) is a value that vets measure in routine bloodwork. Learning what your dog’s “normal” ALT values are from a DNA test can help your vet better understand bloodwork results in relation to your dog’s liver health.
Canine Genetics Research
Embark uses a research-grade DNA genotyping platform, developed by our industry-leading scientists at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. This technology enables us to give you the most accurate results. In addition, every dog owner that opts into sharing its genetic data empowers us to make future genetic discoveries.
We’re on a mission to end preventable disease in dogs, and every Embark dog’s genetic data contributes to helping achieve this goal.
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What Veterinarians Say About Us
As a veterinarian, Embark’s accurate breed identification allows me to give the best advice to my clients when it comes to all aspect’s of their dogs’ lives - most notably nutrition and behavior
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Plan your puppy’s first vet visit
Get a head start on your dog’s good health by preparing records, questions, and a budget for their first veterinarian appointment.
The Labrador Hearts Project
Our mission is to end preventable disease in dogs. If you have a Labrador, you may be able to help by participating in our study.