Dog Pedigree Tools and Features
There are a number of hidden features to our pedigree database. Find out how to share your pedigrees with others or how to include 5 generation pedigree reports on your website for free. Our site will allow you to build and share pedigree charts via html or on social media. You can also incorporate DNA information from other websites or services into pedigrees.
The Pedigree Online WordPress Plugin
An introduction on how to download, install and use the Wordpress plugin to embed pedigrees and other reports directly into your Wordpress site.
How do I include a pedigree on my personal website?
Tutorial on how to to use our Pedigree Share tool to generate and copy HTML code that you can include for free on your own website.
How can I share a potential or expected mating pedigree report with my client or buyer?
Use our Hypothetical Mating report to create a potential or planned mating, and save and/or share the offspring's pedigree with your potential client or buyer.
How do I share my pedigree on Facebook, Twitter and other social media?
Easily share your animal's pedigree on various social media websites like Facebook, Twitter, Reddit and more.
Examples of websites that have used our embed tool to share pedigrees
Incorporating pedigree charts on your web pages is easy with embedded pedigrees. Our site will let you build a 5 generation pedigree report to easily incorporate into your website or blog.
How do I add DNA information to my dog?
Lean how to upload your dog's DNA information to the Pedigree Online database. You can either enter your information manually or upload your Embark CSV export
How do I download DNA information from Embark?
Learn how to download your dog's DNA profile from Embark. The Embark DNA test will provide insights to your dogs health, ancestry and history.
How do I generate and share a testmating litter with a client or buyer?
Our hypothetical dog mating tool lets you create a free test mating pedigree between two dogs. This is useful if you are planning to breed or want to see the pedigrees of a future litter.