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Embark dog DNA tests on sale for $30 off

TL;DR: Get the Embark Breed + Health Kit for just $169 with promo code WORK30 and save $30.

They might not look like it as they lounge on your couch, but your dog is a complex creature. Just like humans, dogs have pretty complicated family trees. Dog DNA tests can help clear up the matter by distinguishing breeds and other helpful facts.

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Unlock your dog's ancestral roots with an Embark Dog DNA Test for only $169 when you enter the coupon code WORK30 at check out. That $30 discount is better than Amazon's current price of $189, and you'd have to wait until Black Friday to likely get a better deal. On top of that, every order from Embark qualifies for free standard shipping in the U.S.

The Embark test gets top marks because of everything it tells you about your pooch. They test for over 250 breeds from Afghan Hound to Yorkie with precise results. It even builds a canine family tree all the way back to their great-grandparents, and can even connect you with your pup's closest relatives who happen to be in the same database.

But more importantly, Embark screens for over 175 health conditions, which gives you a good excuse to finally invest in some good pet insurance. That includes common conditions to worry about for adult dogs such as glaucoma and dilated cardiomyopathy. All of that information is available to you with just a simple cheek swab from your pet that you mail back in with shipping included.

Your dog's genes have an interesting story to tell, and a DNA test is the best way to learn more about who they really are. Order your Embark DNA test kit with the coupon code WORK30 to get your kit for just $169.

Embark Dog DNA Test with code WORK30 — $169
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