DALLAS — Editor's note: The video published above is a WFAA report when Toast was getting her DNA test done.
"Toast" might be the most popular pup in the metroplex.
She was found huddled next to a dumpster in southern Dallas by DPD officers on patrol. The rumors started swirling about whether or not she may actually be a coyote as opposed to a domestic dog.
A DNA test was done to see if she was a coyote or a dog. Dallas Animal Services officer Jacqui Sutherland – who predicted Toast was an Australian cattle dog mix – told WFAA the results of the test would take 10 to 14 days to determine the puppy's genetic makeup.
Well, the results are in.
Toast is German Shepherd-Siberian Husky-Australian Cattle Dog mix!
The DNA test came back with the following results:
- 42% German Shepherd
- 38.6% Siberian Husky
- 19.4% Australian Cattle Dog
Since Toast was proven to to be an all-domestic dog, she'll be available for adoption. Dallas Animal Services is expected to release the adoption plans soon. We'll update this story when that information becomes available.
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