See a dog, but don't know its breed? Just take a picture and find out!
Scanner app will identify your dog's breed reliably in just a few seconds!
Besides taking a picture, you can also record a video or upload an image from
your gallery. Got a mixed breed? No problem, the Dog...
This app is extremely fun and it is actually quite accurate as well surprisingly. So far, the dogs that I’ve scanned on here were pretty much spot on with the breed type or if it’s mixed with something else possibly. It’s kind of an addicting app too because you just want to go out and find more and more dogs to scan and see what they really are. I also like that it gives you a few different options to choose from uploading. You can either do a picture or a set of pictures or you can even do a short video clip too. I find the video clip to be a bit more accurate than the pictures themselves, but either way, both methods are very very accurate and you can even scan the same dog as many times as you want to see if you get different results on each try. Very cool!!!
Good but the people are rude.
Trust me this game will is so fun but on the Feed there people bullying others and showing there faces so can you make it to we’re you can’t say cus words and to we’re you can only show pictures of dogs we need to keep people safe and people don’t understand that the app is called Dog Scanner and it’s supposed to be a awesome app but there say cus words and showing there faces like it’s Face Book and it’s not please make it to we’re they can’t do this stuff I just want this app to be better then it is and people don’t deserve to be bullied and get called something inappropriate and if you can please tell people to stop saying rude things like Le dog on the app called these kids ugly then called them the A word so please give him a warning I love this app but I want it to be better so bad.
I was extremely skeptical and downloaded mostly as a gag out of curiosity, assuming it would label my pitty mixes as chihuahuas or something ridiculous. One of my dogs I have always thought was a staffy/pitty and cattle dog mix and the other a pitty and plott hound mix. Sure enough...when both were scanned that's exactly what the app said. I even tried multiple times with different photos and video angles and the results were more or less the same every time. I'm extremely surprised and impressed! A really fun little gadget especially for someone like me who works with dogs. We frequently have dogs come in to my work that we have no idea what the breeds could be so it'll be fun to scan them and see what the apps opinion is.
Great, Accurate App!
I downloaded this app to see how accurate it would be with my rescue dogs (who are mixed but have had their DNA tested so we know their breeds) and the results of this app were surprisingly accurate. For my Maltese/Poodle the app got that one spot on, it even correctly stated she has more poodle in her then she does Maltese! For my foster dog who is a Rat Terrier Mix, this app got her breed mixes almost perfectly as well. I tested this app on several different pictures of dogs from the animal shelter I work at and for almost all of them, this app is incredibly accurate. Just for the heck of it I scanned pictures of my Guinea Pigs and the app showed breeds that actually really resembled their coloring. Labeled my sister as 80% human, 20% Chihuahua. Most accurate thing I’ve heard all day. I’m giving this app 4 Stars solely because there are too many adds in my opinion and some of them won’t give me the option of exiting, so I need to close the app altogether and then reopen it. If the adds weren’t a problem I’d give this app 6 Stars if I could. I’d recommend this app for anyone who recently rescued a mixed breed and is curious to know some of the breeds in the dog :)
Olde English Bulldogge
on the money! this app really surprised me- correctly identified my dog the first time. Most people who see my dog think he’s with a pit boxer mix ( this program’s second choice) or an American bulldog (didn’t even come up as an option). But my boy is a young but very well bred OEBD and this program confirmed that by head alone. (mu assumption based on the picture of mine that the program used to identify him (my boy folded up on the floor looking back at me over his shoulder. i wasn’t even shoes that was a good enough picture and added a couple more. but apparently it was all good enough for the program to identify those specific features and narrows down to the correct breed. Very cool!
My boyfriend and I adopted our little boy 3 years ago, we were told he was a border collie but after much skeptical once he grew up. We heard from the vet he had Great Pyrenees, Brittany Spaniel, or a border collie. I was skeptical about looking to an app to classify our dog breed (but it’s cheaper than a DNA kit) however it’s uncovered a rare breed, the Stabyhoun that matches our pup to a T! The app even suggests he’s mixed with a Border Collie. It’s like a revelation that this app has given us! We find it really interesting and we’re flattered by what we’ve learned! Great for anyone with a mutt looking out of curiosity!!! Much fun!
Pretty darn accurate
Highly accurate percentage matches on standard poodle, West highland terrier, a pug/French bulldog mix (surprising) and a shiba inu (very surprised due to rarity of breed). My whole family loves this app. Works with pictures from your camera roll. I agree with developer that using the video scan gets better results than using the camera. And the better your scan, the better your results. If results seem off, keep trying. I've tried a different breed ID app and this one is FAR superior. Wish we had more dogs to scan!
Very good but I have some suggestions.
Very good app, but I noticed that when I “discovered a new breed” it wasn’t on the list so I didn’t get dog treats for it. But I was thinking when some “discovers a breed” that’s not on the list they get more dog treats then you would if you were to find a breed on the list. Also, when I looked at the feed, it said a post that was posted yesterday was posted 1 minute ago. Apart from that I HIGHLY RECOMMEND this app! Please keep on updating and upgrading! ❤️🐾🐶
I was hesitant
I was looking for a way to identify a stray puppy I found and stumbled upon this app. This was two days ago, and I was impressed at how well it identified my dog that I knew the breed on. Then I ran the puppy and hopefully have a better idea at who he is. So, naturally I got bored sitting in bed and decided to scan myself. I don’t quite know what I was expecting, but I just wanted to see. I got a good laugh when it actually identified me as a human being (95%) and affenpinscher (5%). Overall do recommend.
This app is very accurate! Yet it depends on how you take the picture, People underestimate this and take quick photos that don’t follow what you should do. Which ends up making it wrong, I’ve scanned my Australian Cattle Dog multiple times testing out this and they all came up correct. Yet it didn’t when I did blurry shots or ones with just her head in it, This app is amazing and you should download it if you haven’t already!
I was a little worried when I downloaded this app that the breeds would be all the place. My dog is a rescue and I’ve heard so many different breeds he could be, but this app was great. I uploaded multiple photos and scanned different photos and angles multiple times. Each time it said that my pup was a Belgian Shepherd, and he fits a lot of characteristics of the Belgian Shepherd. Definitely recommend, especially if you don’t want to pay for a DNA test.
Fun, but no very accurate
I have two purebred German Shorthaired Pointers, and it said they were both mix breeds between German Shorthaired Pointers and some other random things. I also found some pictures of purebred huskies, and sure enough, it said those were also mixes. I don’t believe it’s very accurate, but it is fun to mess around with. You can also scan your face! It said I was only 85% human and 15% Chihuahua! Since it is free, I do recommend it, but just note that it is not very accurate. 🐶
Adore this app!
I adore this app so much that I want to scan random dogs on the street and tell everyone about it! Based on the results and sharing with a vet friend, she said it looks accurate and is great. Not sure how it compares with a DNA test, but will compare the results when I get that and will provide an updated review. Still regardless, it’s an easy to use and fun app!!! 5 stars all the way.
We have a mixed puppy and we couldn’t figure out what all she was mixed with except boxer. I was very skeptical, thinking oh this app is probably just going to be useless but it was indescribably helpful. We found out she has plott hound in her. I looked up her brindle coat with plott hound and she looked almost exactly like one. I am so happy and I didn’t even have to buy premium to find this out.
So many ads
You can’t look at anything for longer than 2-3 seconds before an ad pops up. Tap on another breed to compare? Pop up. Close pop up and look at the new breed? You have 2 seconds to take it all in before a pop up. Not to mention it couldn’t be MORE wrong about my dogs. One of them looks nothing like a Chinese Crested (let’s face it, not much does look like one). Another of my dogs has zero similarities to a Maltese. No idea where the app pulled those breeds from. But who knows, I couldn’t look at anything longer than 2 seconds. Deleting this app faster than a pop up ad!!
Yes. Dog Scanner is very safe to use. This is based on our NLP (Natural language processing) analysis of over 16,885 User Reviews sourced from the Appstore and the appstore cumulative rating of 4.7/5 . Justuseapp Safety Score for Dog Scanner Is 46.3/100.
Yes. Dog Scanner is a totally legit app. This conclusion was arrived at by running over 16,885 Dog Scanner User Reviews through our NLP machine learning process to determine if users believe the app is legitimate or not. Based on this, Justuseapp Legitimacy Score for Dog Scanner Is 46.3/100.
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