Have you always wondered what breeds make up your Mutt? It is time to solve the mystery.
• Choose seven dominant features of your adult mixed breed dog and you will discover the top three predominant breeds that make up your Mutt based on their dominant features. With over sixty-five of the most common breeds represented, you will get excellent and accurate results.
• Everyone loves to share photos of their dog. “What’s My Mutt?” makes this easy. Once you find out what breeds make up your Mutt, share a photo and the results on Twitter and Facebook. Use the hashtag #whatsmymutt
• With our new Profile Tracker, save your name and email in the app. We want to stay in touch!
• Share a photo and your results of your Mutt with us at email@example.com, and your Mutt may be featured on the "What's My Mutt?" Facebook, Instagram and Twitter page!
Thank you for downloading "What's My Mutt?"! A portion of all download proceeds is donated to dog rescue groups. Additional information can be found at whatsmymuttapp.com
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Ratings and Reviews
Not enough options
My dog is a mutt that I got from the side of the road as a puppy. She’s obviously part lab and probably also some other type of hunting dog (given that this is rural SC). I don’t even think this app has a variety of dogs in its system. It gave me lab with German Shepherd and a spaniel. This isn’t realistic. Maybe if they added more types of dog possibilities and more personality questions it would be a good app, but rn it just doesn’t work.
So great for shelters/rescues!
This app is fantastic. I volunteer at an animal shelter a lot so I've tried it on a LOT of dogs. Every once in a while you get results that seem crazy, but if you really think about it they could be right. Most of the time it's obviously spot on. The results are great to share via social media when you promote a dog for adoption. As far as the negative reviews from people who "know" what breeds their mutts are and it told them something else...even if the person you got them from showed you two dogs they claimed to be the parents that doesn't mean they actually are. And if they were mixed dogs themselves, it is possible they were the parents and they have some less obvious breeds in them that really came through in their pups. Overall this is a fun, amazingly accurate app that's really useful for anyone who works to get dogs adopted.
I got this app for fun, to see what it said about my three dogs. The questions are broad, so detail and precision are not the skillsets here. The answers boiled my dogs down to 3 different breed mixes, none of which included the parts of my dogs that I KNOW are in there (pointer, pitbull, yorkie.) So, is this a fun app? Maybe. Worth .99? Probably. But accurate or useful? No.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.