Gift Pack Now Available !!!

The perfect gift for a friend with a dog. 🎉🎉🎉

Each gift pack costs £35 and is pre-loaded with £35 of credit for use on any LAB+BONE plan.

It's "THE DOGS GIFT" of the year!

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Choose your plan, and order the LAB+BONE kit.

Test kit
Register your dog

Register now and choose one of our annual or lifetime plans. We’ll then send you a LAB+BONE kit so you can take your dog’s DNA samples, and send them back to us to be cryogenically frozen and stored.

What’s in the box?



Register your dog
Step 1
We’ll need your details, plus your dog’s name, breed, colour, and approximate age. You can then order the LAB+BONE test kit, and choose between our selection on annual or lifetime plans.


Send us your dog’s DNA
• How to get a reliablesample.
• Watch these instructionsto ensure you collect the optimum amount of DNA.
Get set up
1 Wash your hands, set outthe kit and read the instructions..
2 Make sure your dog hasnot eaten or interacted with dogs for 2 hours.
The swab
3 Open the 1st swab packettaking care not to touchthe collection end.
Open swab
Collect DNA
4 Open your dogs mouth andfirmly scrape the cheek and gum for at least 15seconds.
5 We need cells, not saliva,so don’t be afraid toscrape by rolling the tipwhile you swab.
Scrape gums
Store sample
6 After collecting a sample,place the swab tip intovial and snap the handleat the break point.
7 Seal with the end capfirmly to secure thesample. Repeat withthe second vial.
Post it back
8 Place vials back into theoriginal box and seal.You can drop it in anypostbox.
Post package
You are done
That’s it!
It was easy, Right?
When the LAB+BONE kit arrives, follow the instructions and take a couple of swabs from your dog’s mouth. Don’t worry, it’s quick and painless. Then mail them to us in the secure pack to be cryogenically frozen and stored for as long as you need.


If your dog is stolen
Step 3
You’ll need to obtain a crime reference number. We need this to issue LAB+BONE test kits to any police or rescue centres that find a dog matching your pet’s description. If a positive DNA identification is made, you can then work with the UK courts to produce a warrant and make a successful recovery.