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For thousands of years, human beings have the tradition to breed dogs by selecting the desirable traits and deciding which particular function the owners need, such as hunting or hauling. Thus, there are countless crossbreed dogs in the world, and many of them you must have never heard of.
Combining the appearance of golden retriever and the skin color of Siberian husky, goberian owns the best features of both pure breeds. It inherits the patience and wisdom of the goldie, while at the same time, it's also very funny and lively as the husky.
Did you laugh out loud when you saw this picture? What an interesting mix! The corgidor well inherited the short legs of the Pembroke Welsh corgi and the face of the Labrador retriever. As for the aspect of traits, it has both the Labrador's friendly temperament and the Corgi's sensitivity.
Pomsky is another funny mix of the Siberian husky and the Pomeranian. It looks like a husky wearing a mask of the Pomeranian's face. Due to its impressive appearance, many people would like to keep this fluffy hybrid at home.
What would it look like if you put the chihuahua's eyes, nose, and mouth on the face of a pug? This photo of the chug gives you the answer. Mixing the blood of these two breeds, the chug is very energetic and needs much attention.
Saint Berdoodle is a cross between Saint Bernard and the poodle. It's always friendly and loves to play with others. Typically, the Saint Berdoodle is large and tall, so it's better to keep it in a big house rather than in a tiny little apartment.
With the head of the chihuahua and the body of the dachshund, the chiweenie looks very cute and amusing. Perfectly receiving the spunky character of dachshund and chihuahua, the chiweenie never fails to entertain.
Mixing the blood of Chow Chow and Siberian husky, the Chusky is stubborn and inquisitive. It needs an experienced dog owner to train it into a great family pet and a protective watchdog.
Being known as the Shorkie Tzu and the Yorkie Tzu, this crossbreed dog is very popular in Britain and Ireland. Shorkie is very feisty, brave, and tiny, which is suitable for apartment living.
Due to the popularity of the Labrador retriever in the U.S., people usually cross it with other breeds. As a good example of the mix, the Weimador inherits both Labrador and Weimaraner's friendliness, intelligence, and obedience.
As one of many poodle hybrids, the fluffy whoodle is a 50% soft-coated wheaten terrier. Though this crossbreed looks very cute and innocent, it is headstrong and needs to be treated patiently.
Inheriting from the Maltese and the Yorkshire Terrier, the Morkie is very energetic and loves to yap. It also enjoys playing the fool, meaning there's never a boring moment in its world.
The boxador is another Labrador retriever mix. It's gentle as well as protective, just like its parents, the Lab, and the boxer. This medium-to-large dog needs a lot of company and exercise, so please don't leave them alone for a long time.
As the cross between the Shih-Tzu and the small poodle, the Shih-Poo well balances the stubborn and easygoing nature of its parents. It's lively and energetic but also likes to snooze next to you for hours.
Peekapoo mixes the blood of the Pekingese and the poodle. Noteworthily, this crossbreed is very intelligent and naturally suspicious of strangers, so it's also regarded as an excellent guard dog. After being trained, it can be well-rounded and sociable.
By inheriting the genes of the Maltese and the poodle, the Maltipoo has the poodle's curly hair and the Maltese's miniature body. It is charming, affectionate, and suitable for owners of all ages.
The bull pug has a short respiratory tract as the English bulldog and the pug. Hence, it may snore loudly when snoozing. But luckily, it perfectly inherits the muscular body and dependable nature of parents, so it can be your reliable partner in life.
As a hybrid between a bichon frise and a Shih-Tzu, the zuchon has a lovely face and friendly, well-mannered nature. Due to its tiny body, it becomes the first choice of many people living in apartments.
Interestingly, as a cross, the puggle's nose is longer than the pug's and shorter than the beagle's. Its funny appearance and playful, charming personality make it become popular in the market. However, you may need more patience to train them since they are stubborn sometimes.
If you cross a graceful and gentle cavalier King Charles spaniel with a faithful and pleasing West Highland terrier, you will get one of the most captivating puppies in the world. This hybrid is smart, keen to obey, and pretty suitable to keep in the home.
You know, people always make the Labrador cross with other breeds due to its countless excellent traits. The borador is also a perfect hybrid between the Lab and the border collie. It is outgoing, inquisitive, energetic, and passionate about life. You'd better keep it in a large yard as it needs enough space to do exercise.
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