We love our dogs, and our dogs love us. So much so that they can help us diagnose cancer with just a sniff. Why not return the favor with the All-in-One DNA My Dog Breed Identification Test & Dog Training Bundle?

Know Your Dog

First, you get the DNA My Dog Breed testing kit. This painless testing kit just requires a quick swab, which you send back in an included pre-paid envelope. Once the testing is complete, you'll receive a full certificate showing your dog's breed history and a report on dominant breeds and concerns. While the presence of one breed's genes doesn't mean your dog will automatically have the traits of that breed, it's useful data to share with your vet and your family so you can anticipate future concerns.

Train Your Dog

Once you know their emotional makeup, you can work on their behavior. The bundle includes eight courses by animal trainer Sharon Bolt, who's been answering dog questions for the BBC since 2008 and has written multiple books on dog training and health.

Each course breaks down dog training on specific topics, from aggression to leash training, into simple lessons that help you work with your dog. You also get courses looking at the needs of puppies, natural remedies, and raw diets. It's everything you need to be a better dog parent in concise courses you can take in an afternoon.

If you show a particular knack for it, you can take it a step further. The bundle includes a course on becoming a professional dog trainer, and a second course on running a dog training business. They're also useful if you're not sure which trainer, or training facility, to take your dog to, helping you spot the professionals.

Right now, you can get the All-in-One DNA My Dog Breed Identification Test & Dog Training Bundle for just $59.99. That's 95% off!

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