A kennel kid where I work has them. Occasionally her mom would bring them in for an appt. What wonderful dogs hers were. She no longer works there so I dont get to see them anymore but they were always such pleasant dogs to work with.
Go to photobucket.com and get an account. Then you can upload pictures you have saved onto your computer and then there will be links right underneath them. Highlight the direct link then right click to copy then come here and right click into a post "paste" and the link will show up.
There are privacy settings you need to set up so that people can only see the picture you have linked here and not your entire album of pictures.
I read a newspaper article where someone submitted DNA to at least 3 different companies that claimed to do breed identification. The results simply didn't make sense -- and were not consistent. There was also something about at least one of the companies intentionally leaving *out* pit bull from their database -- so that they wouldn't get submitters into trouble. So I don't know what kind of results you would get if you submitted pure bred pit.
The results were goofy and counter-intuitive enough that I would not consider wasting a dime on it. I don't think their databases are good enough yet.
There are a few companies out there now that do it. One of them, I don't recall which one, asks that you submit a picture along with the DNA sample. My thought is ... if it's DNA why would you need a picture ? That company sounded really fishy to me. I had asked if a picture was required and I got a no as a reply so they don't make you send in a picture but still.
Wisdom Panel has a list of breeds they have in their "DNA Database." It was a fairly comprehensive list, including breeds I was surprised to see on there. Uncommon breeds yet they were missing some pretty common ones.
Based on my friends results ... I think it is a HUGE waste of money. If I had the money to waste though I would do it.