Dog Age Test Replacement

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Insights include:

  • Your dog's calendar age and estimated birthday
  • Your dog's life stage — from puppy to adult to senior
  • Nutrition and supplement suggestions
  • Activities to keep your dog fit and active
  • Tips for preventative health care

Most accurate dog age test on the market

Every dog tested can contribute to aging research that will help dogs live longer, healthier lives

Health and life stage insights developed by leading veterinarians

What you’ll learn

Calendar Age

Birthday

Care plan

How it works

  1. 1. Swab

    Gently swab the inside of your dog’s cheek pouch and under the tongue to collect saliva for at least 60 seconds. Get that swab nice and slobbery!

  2. 2. Activate & mail

    Activate your kit online and return your sample. Shipping is free within the US, so drop the pre-paid mailer in any USPS box and it’s on its way.

  3. Phone with age test result
    3. Results within 8 weeks

    We’ll do the rest and notify you by email when the results are ready. Log in to your account to learn all about your pup’s age estimation and care suggestions!

Hear it from dog owners

Better informed
"We’re so thrilled to finally have another piece of our dog Miso’s life mystery solved. When we adopted Miso in September of 2020, we were told she could be anywhere from 1.5 to 5 years old. With Embark’s age test, we were able to narrow that window down significantly. In learning about her age, we’re better informed to provide her the best care and life possible!"
@misothemeatball
Miso's estimated age: 4 years, 1 month
Cheers to healthspan
"We had estimated Willow's age to be ten years and eight months—her body says she's a little younger and her mind and attitude agree. We may not be able to turn back the clock, but maybe we can slow it down with a little help from diet, fitness, enrichment, and integrative care. Cheers to healthspan, not just lifespan."
@willowthewildandco
Willow’s estimated age: 9 years, 11 months

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