Well we have been dog people most of our lives and hubby is even a vet and we were WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY off with Hank - just goes to show you - most of us know squat
The thing is, depending on which DNA-testing company you used, you could get different results from different companies, depending on what breeds they have in their database. Results are coming back very mixed (and not completely accurate), even as experiments for pure-bred dogs, as when dogs are missing in the company's databases, or are back a generation or two, etc, etc, results are coming back skewed. Hopefully your results are (fairly) accurate - but if you had a pretty good idea (or guess) as to what your dogs were and now the results seem very different to you, you may be closer with your guess than their results, just sayin'. There's a video on Youtube of someone sending in a test on her purebred (with papers) Pittie (who came from a reputable breeder and I think was a show dog), and it came back as some kind of mixed-something or other, no Pit in it. Sooooo.......
. Buyer beware.