The DNA tests, which use a swab of the insides of the dog's mouth, cost about $60 each, according to CBS San Francisco.
According to Delucchi, the program has been a success so far. ""I think we're getting people coming in who maybe give those dogs more attention than they would have," he said. Out of 11 dogs who received DNA tests in the first round two weeks ago, only two are still at the shelter.
RYAN: GOLDEN CHINSER
(part chihuahua, part miniature pinscher and part golden retriever)
(Peninsula Humane Society)