People.com Lifestyle Pets Can You Guess the Breeds that Make Up These Adorable Dogs? Embark dog DNA testing is trying to stump you with this fluffy quiz By Kelli Bender Kelli Bender Kelli Bender is the Pets Editor for PEOPLE Digital and PEOPLE magazine. She has been with the PEOPLE brand for more than eight years, working as a writer/producer across PEOPLE's Lifestyle, Features, and Entertainment verticals before taking on her current role. Kelli is also an editor on PEOPLE's Stories to Make You Smile and serves as an editorial lead on PEOPLE's World's Cutest Rescue Dog Contest and Pet Product Awards. Before joining PEOPLE, Kelli helped AOL and Whalerock launch a pet lifestyle site called PawNation. She is a pet parent to a cat named Wallace, and her professional and personal devotion to animals has taken her to three dog weddings ... so far. People Editorial Guidelines Published on April 26, 2017 05:20 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Photo: Diane Collins and Jordan Hollender/Getty One of the joys of adopting a mixed breed dog is getting a bit of the best of several different kinds of canines. Except it isn’t always easy to sort out what’s what. You can try to guess what breed of pups got together to make your fur baby based on their personality, size, appearance and energy level, but it’s hard to be certain. Now, there is way to know what kind of wonderful dogs make up your perfect mutt. Dog DNA testing just needs a DNA sample from your pooch, which can be mailed in; then it’s able to compare your pet’s unique genetic make-up to those of 150 different dog breeds. Embark is one of the companies that offers this special service. Along with telling you what canines make up your snowflake of a dog, it can also provide valuable information about the health issues your pet may be predisposed to, as well as the best food, diet and exercise plan for your pup. Think you already know everything there is to know about dog breeds and how they can mesh together in the adorable world of mutts? Take Embark’s quiz and see if you pick out the right pooch from each pack.