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Designer dog breeds, also known as hybrid dogs, result from strategic cross-breeding.

A "designer" dog (as the media has labeled them) is a cross between two purebred dogs.


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Mini Hippo
The Mini Hippo is an intelligent, friendly, playful pup that is a great family pet. This small designer dog is great with kids and affectionate, although they can be stubborn. Needing a moderate amount of exercise, this adorable pooch gets its name from their snout which resembles a hippopotamus. Bred from two polar opposite parents, the Cocker Spaniel and Shar-Pei mix inherited both of their parents' best traits.

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Lurcher โ€“ crossing of one or more Sighthound (Greyhound, Deerhound, Saluki or Whippet) with terriers or herding breeds. The most popular mix is ??a greyhound and collie hybrid. Quite a large breed, with an outstanding coat. Today dogs are bred as domestic dogs, but they have retained their hunting instincts.

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Pugapoo โ€“ a mixture of pug and poodle, having a miniature size and extremely funny look. The classic color is fawn, although other colors are also found. The breed is very friendly and has a developed mind. With a frivolous approach to education, the dog can be wayward and stubborn.

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Sharp Eagle
The Sharp Eagle is another breed that is mixed with a Chinese Shar-Pei, except, in this case, they are also half Beagle. This particular breed makes a good companion for someone in an apartment, as they can be left alone for extended periods of time without separation anxiety or destructive behavior. They are a low-maintenance pup that does not require extensive exercise or grooming. Sharp eagles are small and sturdy pups that reach about 18 inches tall and can be slightly wider than most dogs. They are also stubborn to train and need an owner that is going to be very engaged with them as they become quite attached.

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The Bullmatian, as you can probably guess from the name, is a cross between a Dalmatian and a Bulldog. This is a curious, inquisitive, and intelligent dog that is very friendly and outgoing. It is a good choice for families with young children,, plus, they are very active dogs that loves the park and outings. Be aware, though, they can be tough to train but are very motivated with positive reinforcement.

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The Mastidoodle is a mix of Mastiff and Poodle. This is a very calm and gentle breed despite their large size. They are also known as a Mastipoo, Mastiffdoodle, and Mastiffpoo, and they are great with kids of all ages and other animals. These pups typically have a thick coat like their Poodle parents that requires frequent grooming. They also need moderate daily activity and are not the greatest pets for apartments.

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Pekachi, Pee-Chi, Pekachu, Pikachu The Cheeks is a designer dog, an intentional cross between two ancient companion dogs from different continents, the Chihuahua of Mexico and the Pekingese dog from China. The cross between these two breed results in a loyal and affectionate companion that is easy to maintain and does not require a lot of room. They are fairly quiet dogs and just a few short walks a day are needed to keep them happy and healthy, which makes them an ideal pet for people with limited mobility or people living in small apartments. They may not be the ideal pet for people who are looking for a running buddy or for those with very small children.

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If you are looking for a small cotton ball-like dog fiercely attached to its family, the La-Chon could be the pooch of your dreams! Indeed, this mixed dog brings together the characteristics of two breeds highly appreciated by dog lovers: the Lhasa Apso and the Bichon Frise.

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A Jug a Jack Russell Terrier and the Pug to create a dog that combines the character of the Pug with the health and agility of the Jack Russell Terrier. The design was also intended to ensure that the longer nose of the jack russell would be passed on and the breathing difficulties typical of Pugs.

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Developed by crossing Golden Retrievers with Siberian Huskies, the original aim was to combine the healthiness of Huskies with the sweetness of Golden Retrievers.

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Molosso Presa Mayo
This striking-looking hybrid dog was developed by a "breeder" called Chad Mayo, by crossing Bull Terriers, American Bullies and Presa Canarios. By his own admission, he wanted to develop a dog type with excellent working ability, a moleskin type and strength, free from the common health problems of Bull Terriers and with the excellent qualities and hardiness of Presa Canarios.

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Miniature German Shepherd
This small but very similar hybrid to the German Shepherd was developed by crossing German Shepherds with Border Collies or Poodles. The purpose for which they were created is fairly well known: the German Shepherd has always been one of the top 10 most popular dogs in the world, but its size meant that it was not suitable for people living in small spaces such as apartments. Designers have addressed this "niche market", unfortunately with success.

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Often recognized as the first designer dog, the Labradoodle is still at the top of the list. Whether due to its hypoallergenic, curly coat that comes in many colors, or its easy-going Labrador personality, this highly trainable breed from Australia has captured our hearts. And best of all, it can come in small, medium and large!

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The Peekapoo is an adorable mix of Poodle and Pekingese and is an energetic and fun dog to have around. They get along very nicely with other pets and children and are fairly low maintenance. Training is relatively easy, and grooming requires some attention every week but is generally simple with the occasional bath and weekly brushing. Peekapoos can do well in apartments, and their energy requires giving them the chance to run and play.

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Saint Berdoodle
The Saint Berdoodle is a gorgeous hybrid that is a cross of the Poodle and Saint Bernard, giving us a very large, sweet-natured dog with the curly coat of the Poodle. The large size of this pup means lots of exercise, but they might be prone to lazy moments. Saint Berdoodles might not be the best fit for families with young children because of their size, but they are easily trained. They will probably need brushing every day but might not shed as much as other dogs.

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These energetic dogs combine the pawrific personality of the Golden Retriever and the hypoallergenic coat of the Poodle, and much like their Labradoodle cousins, are often used as service dogs. Goldendoodles also make wonderful family pets, and can get along well with children and other animals. However, like their parent breeds, they need plenty of exercise and grooming.

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Perhaps the true original designer dog, the Cockapoo was bred in the 1960's to combine the people-oriented temperament of the Cocker Spaniel with the hypoallergenic coat of the Poodle. These pooches can be large, but are usually more pupular in their smaller sizes, and boast a low-shed, curly coat that is easy to manage.

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Rottle (Rottie-poo) is a breed bred by crossing a Rottweiler and a Poodle. The Rottle is a medium-sized dog with a thick coat that curls in neat curls like a poodle. These dogs have a developed mind, while they are extremely obedient and quickly learn commands. Dogs do not have a characteristic odor and practically do not shed.

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Pug fans take notice, cause there's a new dog in town! The Puggle is bred from a Pug and a Beagle, and takes on a rather unique appearance. With a longer snout than a Pug which reduces breathing issues, and a variety of coat colors, these small and fun-loving pups are pawdorable and friendly, but can be rather stubborn when it comes to training.

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Another dog that's furbulous for people with allergies, this hybrid of a Poodle and a Schnauzer can range in size from a tiny lapdog to a rather large pooch. Schnoodles are playful and loyal, but will need some training to curb their excessive barking. This lovely pup sports a curly coat inherited from both their parents that comes in many colors, and requires regular grooming.

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Tiny and simply adorable, this hypoallergenic pup displays the best characteristics of a Yorkshire Terrier and a Toy or Miniature Poodle. Clocking in at only 8 to 15 pounds, Yorkipoos are friendly, highly intelligent and confident, and while they do not require a lot of exercise, they do need plenty of mental stimulation.

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With one of the funniest names on this list, the Chiweenie blends the short and stocky bodies of a Dachshund with the almond eyes of a Chihuahua. This hybrid is usually a friendly and loving dog, but will do better in a home with older children. They can be stubborn, and will need consistent training to curb destructive behaviors.

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At only 8 to 14 inches tall, the Malti-Poo is an incredibly pawdorable blend of a playful Maltese and an intelligent Toy or Miniature Poodle. These pups can have a curly or scruffy coat in a myriad of colors, but are low to no-shedders and are great for allergy sufferers. Affectionate, energetic and playful, these pooches often retain their puppy temperaments throughout adulthood.

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The Corgi Poodle Mix is a friendly and intelligent, curly-haired, small mixed-breed dog with a high energy level. This small hybrid dog can be stubborn and does not like rules too much but it is affectionate and protective of its loved ones. A Corgi Poodle Mix is good around children and other animals which makes it an ideal family pet and suitable for any experience of dog owner. The Corgipoo crossbreed is a playful and loving small dog breed. It is curious and sensitive in unfamiliar situations, and wary of strangers. This makes it suitable as a family pet and for anyone who wants a loving but noisy mini watchdog. Corgipoo designer dogs come in a variety of coat colors and types, depending on the parent mix.

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Both the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and Bichon Frise are known to be affectionate lapdogs. But when blended together, they create a spectacularly woofderful best friend. The Cavachon is sweet and playful, and at only 12 inches tall, is a fun-loving pup that thrives on attention. With silky coats that are slightly wavy, they are often tricolored and do not shed much.

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With the regal and spunky nature of a Shih-Tzu and the smarts of a Poodle, the Shih-Poo shines as an obedient and affectionate companion. This pup is generally friendly and playful, but can be shy around strangers. With curly and silky coats that vary in length and color, these teddy bears require daily grooming to look their best.

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Is it a Pug? Is it a Chihuahua? With a Chug, it is both! This small pooch weighs only 10 to 20 pounds, but is full of personality! Playful and friendly, Chugs can also be a bit stubborn and may need some training to curb any aggression towards larger dogs. With a comical face and sturdy body, these intelligent hybrids tend to be pretty chill.

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The Shorkie is not a purebred dog, but a designer cross breed resulting from breeding a Shih Tzu with a Yorkshire Terrier. They are an extremely small dog, with an average height of 5 to 9", but have a big personality and are known for being feisty and stubborn. They are a great little companion for you and thrive in being a lapdog. Shorkies are best suited to adult only homes because of their tiny size.

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How do you make a Yorkshire Terrier even cuter? A Chorkie is the cross of a purebred Chihuahua with a purebred Yorkshire Terrier (or Yorkie). Such a 50-50 cross of two different purebred breeds is often called a "designer dog." Designer dogs are not breeds recognized by official kennel clubs but are still popular options for canine companions nonetheless. By mixing them with a Chihuahua, of course! These tiny pups are only 8 to 10 pounds and generally sport Chihuahua bodies, tails and ears with the silky fur and face of a Yorkie. Chorkies are smart, loyal, and bright, but can also be aggressive to strangers and difficult to housetrain.

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The Cavapoo gets a lot of fluff and smarts from their Poodle parent, and a calm and loving nature from their Cavalier King Charles Spaniel one. These alert, playful and highly energetic dogs thrive when with their human, and can excel in sport competitions. Often hyperactive, they can be easy to train, though they may just prefer to cuddle up with you instead.

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If your heart yearns for retrievers, check out this pawfect blend of Golden and Labrador Retrievers that features everything you could ever want in a large pup. Energetic, intelligent, sweet and playful, this devoted dog is ready to follow you anywhere. Great for service work and active lifestyles, Goldadors often sport short Lab coats in a variety of colors with those distinctive large Golden ears.

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A Pomeranian and Siberian Husky may seem as far apart as you can get between breeds, but together, they make one of the cutest dogs you will ever see. With the colors and faces of a Husky, Pomskies weigh in at only 20 to 30 pounds, and boast a gorgeous dense, silky coat.

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Double Doodle
Double Doodle is a breed, a cross between a poodle, a golden retriever and a Labrador retriever.

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The Gollie is a cross of the Collie and Golden Retriever and makes a fantastic family pet. These intelligent and devoted dogs are easy to train and require a fair amount of exercise, thanks to their high energy. Gollies will typically need brushing every day as they tend to shed quite a bit but will only need a bath every 2 to 3 months. They also make excellent watchdogs, as while they are friendly with most people, they are protective of their families.

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The Mal-Shi is a hybrid of the Maltese and Shih Tzu and is a very outgoing, playful, and affectionate little dog. These dogs tend to need moderate exercise but will follow your leadโ€”the more energetic you are, the more energetic your pup. They will need brushing every day and are fairly easy to train. However, keep in mind that the Mal-Shi has a stubborn streak, so firm but positive obedience training is essential.

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The Morkie is a hybrid of the Yorkshire Terrier and Maltese and is a bundle of playful and stubborn fun. Grooming can be easy or more challenging depending on what kind of coat they inherit from their parents, but they will need regular brushing and a bath about once a month. Training might be more difficult because of their stubborn nature, so perseverance and positive reinforcement are super important. Morkies have lots of energy, so they need time spent walking and playing, but their small size makes this an easy and fun job.

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The Whoodle is a mix of Poodle and Wheaten Terrier and is a super energetic and affectionate dog. They can be small, medium, or large in size with a soft, curly coat and get along very well with children. They need a lot of exercise and would do best with the chance to run around a yard, or they might become destructive. Whoodles need a weekly brushing and a trimming every 2 to 3 months. Training is pretty easy since these dogs are very intelligent and will learn quickly.

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Another hypoallergenic poodle hybrid, the Doxiepoo also boasts Dachshund heritage, and can vary in their appearance. Sometimes these small to medium dogs have curly Poodle coats on a long Dachshund body, or vice versa, but they are generally smart and loving with a dash of stubbornness that can make training challenging.

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Another pup from Adorable Street, the Pomapoo is a mix of a fuzzy Pomeranian and a Toy Poodle that stands only 8 to 10 inches tall. These fragile pups do need to be handled carefully, but are usually charming, happy and eager to please. Some pooches can inherit the Pomโ€™s tendency to be reserved around strangers, and can benefit from early socialization.

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A Chihuahua Poodle mix is an adorable and courageous small dog. It's a mixed-breed dog from two popular purebred dog breeds; the purebred Chihuahua and the purebred Poodle. A Chihuahua Poodle mix blends the best of both of the parent breeds - cuteness, intelligence, loyalty, and playfulness. Chipoos suit any type of home living, from apartments to houses, as long as their active exercise needs can be met. This small dog will bond strongly with its master and make a great family member or companion for any kind of dog owner. The Chipoo puppy is one of the cutest little companion dogs.

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Lovers of small dogs everywhere will adore the Pomchi, a Pomeranian Chihuahua mix dog breed. This fairly new mixed breed offers all the personality and sass of a large breed along with the cute and cuddly features of a toy dog. If travel-size is your thing, you are going to love this pooch. Bred almost entirely with companionship in mind, dogs of this energetic, affectionate toy breed make fantastic best friends and great lap dogs. The pomchi is a great example of the growing trend in pomeranian mix breeds.

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The Aussiedoodle, sometimes known as the Aussiepoo, is a relatively new hybrid breed and is the result of crossing an Australian Shepherd with a Poodle. Lesser known than other Poodle mixes such as the Goldendoodle and the Labradoodle, the Aussiedoodle makes an excellent family dog that is very affectionate and gets on with everyone โ€” humans and animals alike. The Aussiedoodle has two popular parents โ€” the Australian Shepherd and the Poodle. Because the Poodle can come in three sizes (Standard, Miniature and Toy), the Aussiedoodle can too. It just depends which size of Poodle is used to breed the Aussiedoodle. There is the Aussiedoodle, the Miniature Aussiedoodle and the Toy Aussiedoodle.

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The Morkie is a small breed dog that is a cross between a Yorkshire Terrier and a Maltese. These dogs are intelligent and loyal, and are best suited to an individual or a couple living in a small home or apartment. Although they are playful and friendly they need a lot of attention and can become emotionally dependant on their owner. They do not require a lot of exercise but they get along with other small dogs and are adaptable to a number of different situations. A Morkie can also be known to be full-confidence, despite their tiny hand-bag size.

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The Bordoodle, also known as the Borpoo or Borderpoo, is a mixed breed dog that is a cross between a Border Collie and a Poodle. These dogs inherit the best traits from both parent breeds, resulting in a friendly, playful, intelligent and protective family dog that makes a wonderful companion to many. The Bordoodle is a low maintenance pup that fits well into most homes and does not have very high care needs. While they do require proper training and socialization to ensure they do not develop any stubborn traits, these dogs are an adaptable breed with lots of love to give.

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The Frenchton is the result of crossing a French Bulldog (Frenchie) and a Boston Terrier. This designer cross is an adorable small breed that makes for the perfect family pet. These pups are loyal and loving, wanting to give you cuddles and affection. They are also energetic with a personality thatโ€™ll keep you on your toes! Due to their small size, these dogs are great for those who live in cities or small apartments and can be great for busy households as well as individual homes with the elderly. This designer dog is actually a little difficult to breed, mainly because of the Frenchie parents small hips. French Bulldogs are often artificially inseminated and natural birthing is difficult, with a lot of puppies being born via cesarean section.

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The Bichon Poodle, otherwise known as the Bichpoo or Poochon, is the result of crossing a Bichon Frise with a Poodle. This teddy-bear dog is a small pup and is classed as a toy breed. They are intelligent, friendly and affectionate, making a wonderful addition to any household and making the perfect family pet. By combining the traits of the Bichon Frise with the traits of the Poodle, breeders were able to create a wonderful, loving, playful and friendly dog that still had the intelligence of the Poodle parent. The aim when breeding was to keep the desirable characteristics but to get rid of any health concerns that the parent breeds may face.

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The Miniature Labradoodle is created by crossbreeding a Miniature Poodle with a Labrador. Still intelligent, affectionate and great family dogs, you get all the same qualities of the loving Labradoodle in a much smaller form! Under 45 lbs in weight, these real-life teddy bear dogs are an excellent addition to any home, especially if you do not have the space for a Standard Labradoodle. The Labradoodle is known for being an excellent service dog, often being used as a therapy dog or service dog due to their sweet and affectionate nature. The Mini Labradoodle, also known as the Toy Labradoodle, was originally bred to be the companion counterpart to the Standard Labradoodle โ€” a smaller version that people could live happily alongside. They were also bred because of their hypoallergenic coat that they could inherit from their Poodle parent, although this is also one of the reasons the Standard Labradoodle was bred!

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The Pitsky is a cross between an American Pitbull Terrier and either a Siberian Husky or, less commonly, an Alaskan Husky. Because this is a mixed breed, the results can vary greatly and therefore it can be difficult to pinpoint the traits and characteristics of the Pitsky. These dogs can come in a range of sizes and can take after either of their parent breeds. Pitbull dogs have an unfair reputation as aggressive dogs. The Pitsky is known to be a playful and affectionate dog that enjoys spending time exercising and being outside. They can be stubborn which can make them difficult to train, but with the right family they can also make a perfect pet.

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Westiepoo is a breed obtained by crossing a toy poodle and a West Highland White Terrier. For the first time, the Westiepoo was bred in the United States, it is compact in size, the body height exceeds its length. He has a wavy soft coat, practically does not shed. The classic color is white. Less common are brown, black and beige puppies.

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The Borkie is a cross between a Beagle and a Yorkshire Terrier. A small to medium-sized pup, they are between 12 and 15 inches tall and can weigh up to 25 pounds. As very outgoing and inquisitive dogs, they enjoy making new friends, whether human or otherwise. The Borkie is also a very high-energy furball that loves to play but can be a bit too high-strung for young children. This breed is open to training, but they can be easily distracted, especially if something small crosses their past that they wish to chase.

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This next pooch is an offspring of the Dalmatian and the Poodle. A medium-to-large-sized dog, the Dalmadoodle is a gentle giant that is not aggressive in the least. This is a pup that loves to play with children, adults, and other dogs. They are very loyal, eager to please, and have an even temperament, which makes them easy to train. One thing to note about this breed is they do require frequent grooming because of their poodle-like fur.

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Bully Basset
Our next designer breed is the Bully Basset. This is a mix of a Basset Hound and a Bulldog. This is an adorable pooch that can be stubborn but is a generally happy and affectionate pup. They can also be high maintenance as their skin folds can attract a lot of moisture and dirt, and needs to be cleaned often This is also a small designer dog that requires moderate exercise and outdoor play. The Bully Basset also tends to chew, and they need to be trained with chew toys at an early age.

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The Bowser is another well-known designer breed. This is a pet that loves to go on walks, is energetic but is still a good pet to have in an apartment. Bred from a Basset Hound and a Miniature Schnauzer, they require frequent grooming to avoid mats in their hair and eyes. Also, due to their size and temperament, they are good playmates for children. Neither small nor large, they reach about 15 inches tall and can weigh up to 50 pounds depending on the individual pooch.

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Confetti Schnauzer
This next canine is smart, social, and makes a great playmate for older children. They are highly energetic and require a yard for them to run and play. The Confetti Schnauzer is a cross between an Australian Shepherd and a Miniature Schnauzer and is sometimes called the Confetti Australian Shepherd. This is a medium-sized dog that will need moderate brushing to maintain their fluffy coat. As both of their parents are highly trainable, this is a great pooch to teach tricks.

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This next sweet pooch is very intelligent and playful but can be stubborn at times. The Dorgi is a mix between a Dachshund and a Corgi, and they have inherited both parents' high prey drive and willingness to chase small animals. This is an active small designer dog that needs toys and engagement in order to be happy and healthy. They do tend to get lonely and need an owner that can spend a lot of time with them.

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Our last designer breed on the list is the Sammypoo. This is a breed that comes from the Samoyed and Poodle. This is a very high-energy pet that needs a lot of physical and mental engagement. They love runs in the dog park and games of fetch. This is also a great candidate for a doggy daycare as they tend to make friends easily. This fuzzy furball will require a lot of grooming due to their thick double coat, and they also need a large yard to frolic.

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Affenpoo (Affenpinscher + Poodle)

American Bandogge (American Bulldog + Neapolitan Mastiff)

Aussiedoodle (Australian Shepherd + Poodle)

Aussiepom (Australian Shepherd + Pomeranian)

Bassador (Basset Hound + Labrador Retriever)

Beabull (Beagle + Bulldog)

Beagador (Beagle + Labrador Retriever)

Beaglier (Beagle + Cavalier King Charles Spaniel)

Bernedoodle (Bernese Mountain Dog + Poodle)

Bichon-A-Ranian (Bichon Frise + Pomeranian)

Bichpoo (Bichon Frise + Poodle)

Borador (Border Collie + Labrador Retriever)

BoShih (Boston Terrier + Shih Tzu)

Boxador (Boxer + Labrador Retriever)

Boxapoint (Boxer + German Shorthaired Pointer)

Broodle Griffon (Brussels Griffon + Poodle)

Bullboxer (Boxer + Bull Terrier)

Bulldoodle (Bulldog + Poodle)

Bullmatian (Bulldog + Dalmatian)

Bullypit (American Bulldog + Pit Bull)

Cava-Poo-Chon (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel + Poodle + Bichon Frise)

Cavachon (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel + Bichon Frise)

Cavador (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel + Labrador Retriever)

Cavapoo (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel + Poodle)

Chabrador (Chow Chow + Labrador Retriever)

Chi-Poo (Chihuahua + Poodle)

Chiweenie (Chihuahua + Dachshund)

Chorkie (Chihuahua + Yorkshire Terrier)

Chow Shepherd (Chow Chow + German Shepherd)

Chug (Chihuahua + Pug)

Cockapoo (Cocker Spaniel + Poodle)

Corgidor (Corgi + Labrador Retriever)

Dalmadoodle (Dalmatian + Poodle)

Daniff (Great Dane + Mastiff)

Dorgi (Dachshund + Corgi)

Doodleman Pinscher (Doberman Pinscher + Poodle)

Double Doodle (Labradoodle + Goldendoodle)

Doxiepoo (Dachshund + Poodle)

English Boodle (English Bulldog + Poodle)

Frenchton (French Bulldog + Boston Terrier)

Gerberian Shepsky (German Shepherd + Siberian Husky)

Goldador (Golden Retriever + Labrador Retriever)

Goldendoodle (Golden Retriever + Poodle)

Gollie (Golden Retriever + Collie)

Great Danoodle (Great Dane + Poodle)

Havapoo (Havanese + Poodle)

Huskita (Siberian Husky + Akita)

Irish Doodle (Irish Setter + Poodle)

Jack-A-Bee (Jack Russell Terrier + Beagle)

Jack-A-Poo (Jack Russell Terrier + Poodle)

Jackshund (Jack Russell Terrier + Dachshund)

Labradane (Labrador Retriever + Great Dane)

Lab Pointer (Labrador Retriever + Pointer)

Labradoodle (Labrador Retriever + Poodle)

Labraheeler (Labrador Retriever + Australian Cattle Dog)

Labrottie (Labrador Retriever + Rottweiler)

Mal-Shi (Maltese + Shih Tzu)

Maltipoo (Maltese + Poodle)

Mastador (Mastiff + Labrador Retriever)

Miniature Labradoodle (Miniature Poodle + Labrador Retriever)

Newfypoo (Newfoundland + Poodle)

Papipoo (Papillon + Poodle)

Peekapoo (Pekingese + Poodle)

Pitsky (Pitbull + Husky)

Pomsky (Pomeranian + Siberian Husky)

Pomapoo (Pomeranian + Poodle)

Poogle (Poodle +Beagle)

Pugapoo (Pug + Poodle)

Puggle (Pug + Beagle)

Rhodesian Boxer (Rhodesian Ridgeback + Boxer)

Rottsky (Rottweiler + Siberian Husky)

Saint Berdoodle (Saint Bernard + Poodle)

Samoyedoodle (Samoyed + Poodle)

Schnoodle (Schnauzer + Poodle)

Scoodle (Scottish Terrier + Poodle)

Sheepadoodle (Old English Sheepdog + Poodle)

Shepadoodle (German Shepherd + Poodle)

Shichon (Shih Tzu + Bichon Frise)

Shih-Poo (Shih Tzu + Poodle)

Shorkie (Shih Tzu + Yorkshire Terrier)

Siberpoo (Siberian Husky + Poodle)

Springador (Springer Spaniel + Labrador Retriever)

Springerdoodle (English Springer Spaniel + Poodle)

Staffy Bull Bullmastiff (Staffordshire Bull Terrier + Bullmastiff)

Valley Bulldog (Boxer + English Bulldog)

Vizsladoodle (Vizsla + Poodle)

Weimardoodle (Weimaraner + Poodle)

Westiepoo (West Highland White Terrier + Poodle)

Whoodle (Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier + Poodle)

Yorkiepoo (Yorkshire Terrier + Poodle)

Zuchon (Shih Tzu + Bichon Frise)


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Established in 2007 Designer Dogs Kennel Club (DDKC) Recognizes the Following Mix Breed Dogs:

Please Note: A hybrid dog is not a BREED, it is a hybrid, which means it is a mix of more than one purebred dog who's background is known(you know what the parents of the dog were).


Affenpinscher x Bichon Frise = Affenchon Frise

Affenpinscher x Chihuahua = Affenhuahua

Affenpinscher x Poodle = Affenpoo

Afghan Hound x Rottweiler = Rottaf

Airedale x Labrador Retriever = Lab'Aire

Airedale x Poodle = Airedoodle

Alaskan Malamute x Siberian Husky = Alusky

American Bulldog x American Pit Bull Terrier = Bullypit

American Bulldog x Boxer = Bull Boxer

American Bulldog x Bull Terrier = BD Terrier

American Bulldog x Bulldog = Olde Bulldog

American Bulldog x Dogue de Bordeaux = American Bull Dogue de Bordeaux

American Bulldog x Jack Russell Terrier = American Bull-Jack

American Bulldog x Mastiff = American Masti-Bull

American Eskimo x Basset Hound = Baskimo

American Eskimo x Beagle = American Eagle Dog

American Eskimo x Bichon = Bichomo Frise

American Eskimo x Boston Terrier = Boskimo

American Eskimo x Brussels Griffon = Eskifon

American Eskimo x Cavalier King Charles Spaniel = Cav-A-Mo

American Eskimo x Cocker Spaniel = Cock-A-Mo

American Eskimo x Coton de Tulear = Coton Eskim

American Eskimo x Jack Russell Terrier = Eskijac

American Eskimo x Lhasa Apso = Kimolao

American Eskimo x Papillon = Papimo

American Eskimo x Pomeranian = Pomimo

American Eskimo x Poodle = Pookimo

American Eskimo x Shetland Sheepdog = Eskland

American Eskimo x Shiba Inu = Imo-Inu

American Eskimo x Shih Tzu = Shih-Mo

American Pit Bull Terrier x Boxer = American Bull Boxer

American Pit Bull Terrier x Bulldog = Old Anglican Bulldogge

American Pit Bull Terrier x Dogue de Bordeaux = Dogue de Bull

American Pit Bull Terrier x French Bulldog = American French Bull Terrier

American Rat Terrier x Beagle = Raggle

American Rat Terrier x Bichon Frise = Rashon

American Rat Terrier x Boston Terrier = Brat

American Rat Terrier x Brussels Griffon = Griffon Rat Terrier

American Rat Terrier x Chihuahua = Rat-Cha

American Rat Terrier x Dachshund = Toy Ratshund Terrier

American Rat Terrier x Jack Russell Terrier = Jack-Rat Terrier

American Rat Terrier x Maltese = Ratese

American Rat Terrier x Miniature Pinscher = American Rat Pinscher

American Rat Terrier x Papillon = Rat-A-Pap

American Rat Terrier x Pomeranian = Pomerat

American Rat Terrier x Poodle = Radle Terrier

American Rat Terrier x Pug = Puggat

American Rat Terrier x Shih Tzu = Ratshi Terrier

American Rat Terrier x Toy Fox Terrier = Foxy Rat Terrier

American Rat Terrier x Yorkshire Terrier = Ratshire Terrier

American Staffordshire Terrier x Bulldog = Old Anglican Bulldogge

Australian Cattle Dog x Boston Terrier = Boston Cattle Dog

Australian Cattle Dog x Cocker Spaniel = Blue Spaniel

Australian Cattle Dog x Collie = Cattle Collie Dog

Australian Cattle Dog x Siberian Husky = Ausky

Australian Shepherd x Border Collie = Border-Aussie

Australian Shepherd x Golden Retriever = Australian Retriever

Australian Shepherd x Labrador Retriever = Sheprador

Australian Shepherd x Poodle = Aussiedoodle

Australian Terrier x Jack Russell Terrier = Rustralian Terrier

Australian Terrier x Mini Australian Shepherd = Mini Australian Shepterrier

Australian Terrier x Silky Terrier = Australian Silky Terrier

Basset Hound x Beagle = Bagle Hound

Basset Hound x Boston Terrier = Basston

Basset Hound x Bulldog = Bully Basset

Basset Hound x Chinese Shar-Pei = Ba-Shar

Basset Hound x Dachshund = Basschshund

Basset Hound x Golden Retriever = Basset Retriever

Basset Hound x Lhasa Apso = Lha-Basset

Basset Hound x Poodle = Bassetoodle

Basset Hound x Pug = Bassugg

Basset Hound x Scottish Terrier = Bascottie

Basset Hound x Miniature Schnauzer = Bowzer

Basset Hound x Shih Tzu = Tzu Basset

Beagle x Bearded Collie = Beacol

Beagle x Bichon Frise = Glechon

Beagle x Bolognese = Beaglolo

Beagle x Boston Terrier = Boglen Terrier

Beagle x Boxer = Bogle

Beagle x Brussels Griffon = Bea Griffon

Beagle x Bulldog = Beabull

Beagle x Cavalier King Charles Spaniel = Beaglier

Beagle x Chinese Shar-Pei = Sharp Eagle

Beagle x Cocker Spaniel = Bocker Spaniel

Beagle x Dachshund = Doxle

Beagle x Doberman Pinscher = Beagleman

Beagle x English Toy Spaniel = English Speagle Spaniel

Beagle x French Bulldog = Frengle

Beagle x Golden Retriever = Beago Retriever

Beagle x Jack Russell Terrier = Jack-A-Bee

Beagle x Labrador Retriever = Labbe Retriever

Beagle x Lhasa Apso = Be-Apso

Beagle x Maltese = Malteagle

Beagle x Min Pin = Meagle

Beagle x Miniature Schnauzer = Schneagle

Beagle x Patterdale Terrier = Patterbea

Beagle x Pekingese = Peagle

Beagle x Pomeranian = Pomeagle

Beagle x Poodle = Poogle

Beagle x Pug = Puggle

Beagle x Schnauzer = Schneagle

Beagle x Shih Tzu = Bea-Tzu

Beagle x West Highland White Terrier = West Argyll Terrier

Bearded Collie x Dalmatian = Bodacion

Belgian Malinois x German Shepherd Dog = Malinois X

Bernese Mountain Dog x Australian Cattle Dog = Bernese Cattle Dog

Bernese Mountain Dog x Border Collie = Bordernese

Bernese Mountain Dog x Bulldog = Mountain Bulldog

Bernese Mountain Dog x German Shepherd = Euro Mountain Sheparnese

Bernese Mountain Dog x Golden Retriever = Golden Mountain Dog

Bernese Mountain Dog x Mastiff = Mountain Mastiff

Bernese Mountain Dog x Newfoundland = Bernefie

Bichon Frise x Brussels Griffon = Griffichon

Bichon Frise x Cairn Terrier = Kashon

Bichon Frise x Cavalier King Charles Spaniel = Cavachon

Bichon Frise x Chihuahua = Chi-Chon

Bichon Frise x Chinese Crested = Chinese Frise

Bichon Frise x Cocker Spaniel = Bichon Spaniel

Bichon Frise x Coton de Tulear = Biton

Bichon Frise x Dachshund = Doxie-Chon

Bichon Frise x English Toy Spaniel = Engachon

Bichon Frise x Havanese = Havachon

Bichon Frise x Italian Greyhound = Italian-Bichon

Bichon Frise x Jack Russell Terrier = Jackie-Bichon

Bichon Frise x Japanese Chin = Ja-Chon

Bichon Frise x Lhasa Apso = La-Chon

Bichon Frise x Maltese = Maltichon

Bichon Frise x Miniature Schnauzer = Chonzer

Bichon Frise x Papillon = Papichon

Bichon Frise x Pekingese = Peke-A-Chon

Bichon Frise x Pomeranian = Bichon-A-Ranian

Bichon Frise x Poodle = Poochon

Bichon Frise x Pug = Pushon

Bichon Frise x Scottish Terrier = Scotchon

Bichon Frise x Shetland Sheepdog = Shelchon

Bichon Frise x Shih Tzu = Zuchon

Bichon Frise x Silky Terrier = Silkchon

Bichon Frise x Toy Fox Terrier = Fo-Chon

Bichon Frise x Welsh Terrier = Wel-Chon

Bichon Frise x West Highland White Terrier = Wee-Chon

Bichon Frise x Yorkshire Terrier = Borkie

Bloodhound x Labrador Retiever = Labloodhound

Bolognese x Chihuahua = Bolo-chi

Bolognese x Cocker Spaniel = Bologco

Bolognese x Havanese = Dualanese

Bolognese x Pekingese = Peke-A-Boo

Bolognese x Poodle = Bolonoodle

Bolognese x Shih Tzu = Bolo-Tzu

Bolognese x Silky Terrier = Bolosilk

Border Collie x Labrador Retriever = Borador

Border Collie x Poodle = Bordoodle

Boston Terrier x Bichon Frise = Bostchon

Boston Terrier x English Bulldog = Boston Bulldog

Boston Terrier x Chinese Shar-Pei = Sharbo

Boston Terrier x Cocker Spaniel = Boston Spaniel

Boston Terrier x Dachshund = Bo-Dach

Boston Terrier x French Bulldog = Faux French Bulldog

Boston Terrier x Lhasa Apso = Bosapso

Boston Terrier x Miniature Pincher = Miniature Boston Pinscher

Boston Terrier x Miniature Schnauzer = Miniboz

Boston Terrier x Papillon = Bostillon

Boston Terrier x Patterdale Terrier = Patton Terrier

Boston Terrier x Pekingese = Bostinese

Boston Terrier x Pomeranian = Pomston

Boston Terrier x Poodle = Bossi-Poo

Boston Terrier x Pug = Buggs

Boston Terrier x Shiba Inu = Shibos

Boston Terrier x Shih Tzu = Bo Shih

Boston Terrier x Toy Fox Terrier = Foxton Terrier

Boston Terrier x West Highland White Terrier = Bostie

Boxer x Bulldog = Bull-Boxer

Boxer x German Shorthaired Pointer = Boxapoint

Boxer x Labrador Retriever = Boxador

Boxer x Poodle = Boxerdoodle

Boxer x Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier = Woxer

Boxer x Treeing Walker Hound = BT Walker Hound

Boxer x Weimaraner = Boweimar

Brittany Spaniel x Braque du Bourbonnais = Brittany Bourbonnais

Brittany Spaniel x Labrador Retriever = Labany

Brussels Griffon x Chihuahua = Chussel

Brussels Griffon x Dachshund = Dach-Griffon

Brussels Griffon x English Toy Spaniel = English Toy Griffon

Brussels Griffon x Lhasa Apso = Lhaffon

Brussels Griffon x Miniature Schnauzer = Sniffon

Brussels Griffon x Papillon = Papigriffon

Brussels Griffon x Pekingese = Griffonese

Brussels Griffon x Pomeranian = Brusselranian

Brussels Griffon x Poodle = Broodle Griffon

Brussels Griffon x Pug = Brug

Brussels Griffon x Rottweiler = Brottweiler

Brussels Griffon x Shih Tzu = Shiffon

Brussels Griffon x West Highland White Terrier = Griffonland

Brussels Griffon x Yorkshire Terrier = Griffonshire

Bulldog x Basset Hound = Bully Basset

Bulldog x Beagle = Beabull

Bulldog x Chinese Shar-Pei = Bull-Pei

Bulldog x Dachshund = Miniature English Bulldach

Bulldog x Dalmatian = Bullmatian

Bulldog x French Bulldog = Free-Lance

Bulldog x Mastiff = American Bandogge

Bulldog x Poodle = Boodle

Bulldog x Pug = Miniature Bulldog

Bulldog (English) x Rottweiler = English Bullweiler

Bulldog x Treeing Walker Hound = English Bull-Walker Hound

Bullmastiff x Dogue de Bordeaux = Bully Bordeaux

Bullmastiff x Labrador Retriever = Bullmassador

Bullmastiff x Mastiff = Doubull-Mastiff

Bull Terrier x Chihuahua = Bullhuahua

Cairn Terrier x Chihuahua = Cairin-Chi

Cairn Terrier x Cocker Spaniel = Cairicockers

Cairn Terrier x Havanese = Cairnese

Cairn Terrier x Jack Russell Terrier = Jacairn

Cairn Terrier x Maltese = Cairmal Terrier

Cairn Terrier x Miniature Schnauzer = Carnauzer

Cairn Terrier x Pekingese = Pekarin

Cairn Terrier x Pomeranian = Cairanian

Cairn Terrier x Poodle = Poocan

Cairn Terrier x Pug = Pugairn

Cairn Terrier x Scottish Terrier = Bushland Terrier

Cairn Terrier x Shiba Inu = Shairn-Inu)

Cairn Terrier x Shih Tzu = Care-Tzu

Cairn Terrier x West Highland White Terrier = Cairland Terrier

Cairn Terrier x Yorkshire Terrier = Carkie

Canaan Dog x Siberian Husky = Sibercaan

Cardigan Welsh Corgi x Pembroke Welsh Corgi = Pembroke-Cardigan Welsh Corgi

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Cairn Terrier = King Cavin Spaniel

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Chihuahua = Chilier

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Cocker Spaniel = Cockalier Spaniel

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Coton de Tulear = Cavaton

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x English Toy Spaniel = English King Toy Spaniel

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Havanese = Cavanese

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Japanese Chin = Cava-Chin

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Lhasa Apso = Lhasalier

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Maltese = Cav-A-Malt

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Miniature Schnauzer = King Schnauzer

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Papillon = Cava-lon

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Pekingese = Pekalier

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Pembroke Welch Corgi = Cava-Corgi

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Pomeranian = Cavapom

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Poodle = Cavapoo

Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Pug = Pugalier

Cavalier King Charles x Scottish Terrier = Cavottish

Cavalier King Charles x Shih Tzu = Cava-Tzu

Cavalier King Charles x West Highland White Terrier = Cavestie

Cavalier King Charles x Yorkshire Terrier = King Charles Yorkie

Chesapeake Bay Retriever x Labrador Retriever = Chesador

Chesapeake Bay Retriever x Poodle = Chesa-Poo

Chihuahua x Chinese Crested = Chi-Chi

Chihuahua x Corgi = Chigi

Chihuahua x Dachshund = Chiweenie

Chihuahua x Dalmatian = Chimation

Chihuahua x French Bulldog = French Bullhuahua

Chihuahua x Havanese = Cheenese

Chihuahua x Jack Russell Terrier = Jack Chi

Chihuahua x Japanese Chin = Chin-wa

Chihuahua x Lhasa Apso = Chi Apso

Chihuahua x Maltese = Malchi

Chihuahua x Min Pin = Chipin

Chihuahua x Papillon = Chion

Chihuahua x Pekingese = Cheeks

Chihuahua x Pembroke Welch Corgi = Chi-Corgi

Chihuahua x Pomeranian = Chiranian

Chihuahua x Poodle = Wapoo

Chihuahua x Pug = Chug

Chihuahua x Scottish Terrier = Scotchi

Chihuahua x Shih Tzu = ShiChi

Chihuahua x Toy Fox Terrier = Taco Terrier

Chihuahua x West Highland White Terrier = Chestie

Chihuahua x Yorkshire Terrier = Chorkie

Chinese Crested x Havanese = Crested Havanese

Chinese Crested x Jack Russell Terrier = China Jack

Chinese Crested x Japanese Chin = Chin Crested

Chinese Crested x Maltese = Crested Malt

Chinese Crested x Miniature Schnauzer = Crested Schnauzer

Chinese Crested x Pomeranian = Chinaranian

Chinese Crested x Poodle = Poochis

Chinese Crested x Pug = Pugese

Chinese Crested x Yorkshire Terrier = Crustie

Chinese Shar-Pei x Cocker Spaniel = Cocker-Pei

Chinese Shar-Pei x Dalmatian = Sharmatian

Chinese Shar-Pei x French Bulldog = Frenchie-Pei

Chinese Shar-Pei x Golden Retriever = Golden Pei

Chinese Shar-Pei x Jack Russell Terrier = Rus-A-Pei

Chinese Shar-Pei x Pug = Ori-Pei

Clumber Spaniel x English Springer = Cluminger Spaniel

Cocker Spaniel x Coton de Tulear = Cocker-Ton

Cocker Spaniel x English Cocker Spaniel = Colonial Cocker Spaniel

Cocker Spaniel x English Toy Spaniel = English Toy Cocker Spaniel

Cocker Spaniel x Japanese Chin = Chin-Ocker

Cocker Spaniel x Labrador = Spanador

Cocker Spaniel x Lhasa Apso = Lha-Cocker

Cocker Spaniel x Maltese = Silky Cocker

Cocker Spaniel x Min Australian Shepherd = Cotralian

Cocker Spaniel x Miniature Pinscher = Cockapin

Cocker Spaniel x Min Schnauzer = Schnocker

Cocker Spaniel x Pekingese = Cockinese

Cocker Spaniel x Pomeranian = Cockeranian

Cocker Spaniel x Poodle = Cock-A-Poo

Cocker Spaniel x Pug = Cocker Pug

Cocker Spaniel x Scottish Terrier = Scottish Cocker

Cocker Spaniel x Shiba Inu = Shocker

Cocker Spaniel x Shih Tzu = Cock-A-Tzu

Cocker Spaniel x Toy Fox Terrier = Foxker

Cocker Spaniel x Yorkshire Terrier = Corkie

Collie x Golden Retriever = Gollie

Collie x Poodle = Cadoodle

Collie x Shetland Sheepdog = Cosheltie

Coton de Tulear x Beagle = Coton-Beagle

Coton de Tulear x Havanese = Havaton

Coton de Tulear x Lhasa Apso = Lhasa-Coton

Coton de Tulear x Maltese = Cotonese

Coton de Tulear x Norwich Terrier = Norwich De Tulear

Coton de Tulear x Pomeranian = Pom-Coton

Coton de Tulear x Poodle = Poo-Ton

Coton de Tulear x Pug = Pug-Coton

Coton de Tulear x Shih Tzu = Coton Tzu

Coton de Tulear x Silky Terrier = Silky

Coton Coton de Tulear x Yorkshire Terrier = Yorkie-ton

Dachshund x French Bulldog = French Bull Weiner

Dachshund x Maltese = Mauxie

Dachshund x Miniature Pinscher = Doxie-Pin

Dachshund x Miniature Schnauzer = Miniature Schnoxie

Dachshund x Papillon = Papshund

Dachshund x Pekingese = Pekehund

Dachshund x Pembroke Welsh Corgi = Dorgi

Dachshund x Pomeranian = Dameranian

Dachshund x Poodle = Doxie Poo

Dachshund x Pug = Daug

Dachshund x Scottish Terrier = Doxie Scott

Dachshund x Shih Tzu = Schweenie

Dachshund x Welsh Terrier = Welshund

Dachshund x Yorkshire Terrier = Dorkie

Dalmatian x Golden Retriever = Goldmation Retriever

Dalmatian x Labrador Retriever = Labradal Retriever

Doberman Pinscher x Old English Sheepdog = Dobsky

Doberman Pinscher x Poodle = Doodleman Pinscher

Doberman Pinscher x Rottweiler = Rotterman

Dogue de Bordeaux x Boxer = Bordeau Boxer

Dogue de Bordeaux x Mastiff = Bordeau Mastiff

Dogue de Bordeaux x Neapolitan Mastiff = Ultimate Mastiff

English Cocker Spaniel x Labrador Retriever = English Retriever

English Pointer x Golden Retriever = American Gointer

English Springer Spaniel x Labrador = Labradinger Retriever

English Springer Spaniel x Poodle = Springerdoodle Retriever

English Toy Spaniel x Japanese Chin = English Toy Chin Spaniel

English Toy Spaniel x Lhasa Apso = Enga-Apso

English Toy Spaniel x Poodle = Eng-A-Poo

English Toy Spaniel x Shih Tzu = Engatzu Spaniel

Flat-Coated Retriever x Cocker Spaniel = Chatham Hill Retriever

French Bulldog x Havanese = Frenchnese

French Bulldog x Miniature Bull Terrier = Miniature French Bull Terrier

French Bulldog x Miniature Pinscher = French Pin

French Bulldog x Pekingese = American Bullnese

French Bulldog x Pug = Frenchie Pug

German Shepherd Dog x Poodle = Shepadoodle

German Shepherd Dog x Pug = Shug

German Shorthaired Pointer x Labrador Retriever = German Shorthaired Labrador Retriever

German Wirehaired Pointer x Dachshund = German Hund Pointer

Giant Schnauzer x Standard Poodle = Giant Schnoodle

Golden Retriever x Goldendoodle (50% Golden Retriever) = Miniature Golden Retriever

Golden Retriever x Great Pyrenees = Golden Pyrenees

Golden Retriever x Irish Setter = Golden Irish Setter

Golden Retriever x Labrador Retriever = Golden Labrador Retriever

Golden Retriever x Newfoundland = Golden Newfie

Golden Retriever x Poodle = Goldendoodle

Golden Retriever x Siberian Husky = Goberian

Golden Retriever x Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier = Soft Coated Golden

Golden Retriever x Weimaraner = Goldmaraner Pointer

Great Dane x Great Pyrenees = Great Pyredane

Great Dane x Mastiff = Great Daniff

Great Pyrenees x Great Swiss Mountain Dog = Swissneese

Great Pyrenees x Poodle = Pyredoodle

Havanese x Jack Russell Terrier = Hava-Jack

Havanese x Japanese Chin = Havachin

Havanese x Lhasa Apso = Hava-Apso

Havanese x Maltese = Havamalt

Havanese x Miniature Schnauzer = Schnese

Havanese x Papillon = Havallon

Havanese x Pekingese = Havapeke

Havanese x Pomeranian = Ewokian

Havanese x Poodle = Poovanese

Havanese x Shih Tzu = Havashu

Havanese x Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier = Hava-Wheat

Havanese x Welsh Terrier = Hava-Welsh

Havanese x West Highland White Terrier = Havanestie

Havanese x Yorkshire Terrier = Havashire

Irish Terrier x Poodle = Irish Troodle

Irish Terrier x St. Bernard = Irish Saint

Irish Setter x Poodle = Irish Doodle Setter

Irish Wolfhound x Mastiff = Irish Mastiff

Italian Greyhound x Poodle = Pootalian

Italian Greyhound x Pug = Puggit

Jack Russell Terrier x Miniature Pinscher = Mini Jack

Jack Russell Terrier x Pembroke Welsh Corgi = Welsh Cojack

Jack Russell Terrier x Pomeranian = Jack-A-Ranian

Jack Russell Terrier x Poodle = Jack-A-Poo

Jack Russell Terrier x Pug = Jug

Jack Russell Terrier x Silky Terrier = Silky Jack

Jack Russell Terrier x Toy Fox = Foxy Russell

Jack Russell Terrier x Yorkshire Terrier = Yorkie Russell

Japanese Chin x Maltese = Jatese

Japanese Chin x Papillon = Japillon

Japanese Chin x Pekinese = Japeke

Japanese Chin x Pomeranian = Chineranian

Japanese Chin x Poodle = Poochin

Japanese Chin x Pug = Japug

Japanese Chin x Shih Tzu = Jatzu

Japanese Chin x Silky Terrier = Silkin

Japanese Chin x Toy Fox Terrier = Jafox

Japanese Chin x West Highland White Terrier = Jaland

Japanese Chin x Yorkshire Terrier = Jarkie

Kerry Blue Terrier x Miniature Schnauzer = Kerry Blue Schnauzer

Kerry Blue Terrier x Soft Coated Wheaten = Kerry Wheaten

Labrador Retriever x Mastiff = Mastador

Labrador Retriever x Pointer = Lab-Pointer

Labrador Retriever x Poodle = Labradoodle

Labrador Retriever x Rottweiler = Labrottie

Labrador Retriever x Vizsla = Labralas

Labrador Retriever x Weimaraner = Labmaraner

Lhasa Apso x Maltese = Lhatese

Lhasa Apso x Miniature Schnauzer = Schapso

Lhasa Apso x Pekingese = Lhasanese

Lhasa Apso x Pomeranian = La Pom

Lhasa Apso x Poodle = Lhasa-Poo

Lhasa Apso x Pug = Pughasa

Lhasa Apso x Scottish Terrier = Scotti Apso

Lhasa Apso x Shih Tzu = Shih Apso

Lhasa Apso x Silky Terrier = Silky-Lhasa

Lhasa Apso x West Highland White Terrier = Westie-Laso

Lhasa Apso x Yorkshire Terrier = Yorkie-Apso

Maltese x Miniature Pinscher = Malti-Pin

Maltese x Papillon = Papitese

Maltese x Pekingese = Peke-A-Tese

Maltese x Pomeranian = Maltipom

Maltese x Poodle = Malt-A-Poo

Maltese x Schipperke = Schipese

Maltese x Shih Tzu = Malti Tzu

Maltese x Silky Terrier = Silkese

Maltese x West Highland White Terrier = Highland Maltie

Maltese x Yorkshire Terrier = Morkie

Mastiff x Rottweiler = English Mastweiler

Miniature Australian Shepherd x Papillon = Austi-Pap

Miniature Australian Shepherd x Pembroke Welch Corgi = Aussie-Corgi

Miniature Australian Shepherd x Shetland Sheepdog = Shel-Aussie

Miniature Australian Shepherd x Shih Tzu = Auss-Tzu

Miniature Pinscher x Japanese Chin = Chin-Pin

Miniature Pinscher x Pekingese = Peke-A-Pin

Miniature Pinscher x Pomeranian = Pineranian

Miniature Pinscher x Poodle = Pinny-Poo

Miniature Pinscher x Pug = Muggin

Miniature Pinscher x Silky Terrier = Silky-Pin

Miniature Pinscher x Toy Fox Terrier = Toy Fox Pinscher

Miniature Pinscher x Wire Fox Terrier = Wire Fox Pinscher

Miniature Pinscher x Yorkshire Terrier = Yorkie Pin

Miniature Schnauzer x Australian Shepherd = Confetti Schnauzer

Miniature Schnauzer x Maltese = Mauzer

Miniature Schnauzer x Miniature Pinscher = Miniature Schnaupin

Miniature Schnauzer x Pekingese = Schnekingese

Miniature Schnauzer x Pomeranian = Pom-A-Nauze

Miniature Schnauzer x Poodle = Schnoodle

Miniature Schnauzer x Shiba Inu = Schnu

Miniature Schnauzer x Shih Tzu = Schnau-Tzu

Miniature Schnauzer x Silky Terrier = Silkzer

Miniature Schnauzer x Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier = Soft Coated Wheatzer

Miniature Schnauzer x Welsh Terrier = Wowauzer

Miniature Schnauzer x West Highland White Terrier = Wauzer

Miniature Schnauzer x Yorkshire Terrier = Snorkie

Norwich Terrier x Yorkshire Terrier = Yorwich

Old English Sheep Dog x Poodle = Sheepadoodle

Ori-Pei x Pug = Pug-A-Pei

Papillon x Pekingese = Peke-A-Pap

Papillon x Pomeranian = Paperanian

Papillon x Poodle = Papi-Poo

Papillon x Russian Toy Terrier = Cherokee Monarch

Papillon x Shetland Sheepdog = Shelillon

Papillon x Shiba Inu = Shi-Pom

Papillon x Shih Tzu = Papastzu

Papillon x Welsh Corgi = Corillon

Papillon x Yorkshire Terrier = Yorkillon

Pekingese x Pomeranian = Pominese

Pekingese x Poodle = Peke-A-Poo

Pekingese x Pug = Puginese

Pekingese x Scottish Terrier = Scotinese

Pekingese x Shih Tzu = Shinese

Pekingese x Silky Terrier = Silkinese

Pekingese x Toy Fox Terrier = Foxingese

Pekingese x West Highland White Terrier = Peka-A-West

Pekingese x Yorshire Terrier = Yorkinese

Pembroke Welsh Corgi x Shih Tzu = Shorgi

Pomeranian x Coton de Tuluar = Pom-Coton

Pomeranian x Poodle = Pom-A-Poo

Pomeranian x Pug = Pom-A-Pug

Pomeranian x Schipperke = Schip-A-Pom

Pomeranian x Shetland Sheepdog = Poshies

Pomeranian x Shiba Inu = Pom-Shi

Pomeranian x Shih Tzu = Shiranian

Pomeranian x Silky Terrier = Pom-Silk

Pomeranian x Toy Fox Terrier = Pom Terrier

Pomeranian x West Highland White Terrier = Weeranian Terrier

Pomeranian x Yorkshire Terrier = Yoranian Terrier

Poodle x Pug = Pug-A-Poo

Poodle x Saint Bernard = Saint Berdoodle

Poodle x Schipperke = Schipper-Poo

Poodle x Scottish Terrier = Scottish Shoodle

Poodle x Shetland Sheepdog = Sheltidoodle

Poodle x Shiba Inu = Poo-Shi

Poodle x Shih Tzu = Shih-Poo

Poodle x Silky Terrier = Poolky

Poodle x Skye Terrier = Skypoo

Poodle x Soft Coated Wheaten = Swheat-N-Poo

Poodle x Toy Fox Terrier = Foodle

Poodle x Weimaraner = Weimardoodle

Poodle x Welsh Terrier = Woodle

Poodle x West Highland White Terrier = Wee-Poo

Poodle x Yorkshire Terrier = Yorkie-Poo

Pug x Scottish Terrier = Pugottie

Pug x Shih Tzu = Pug-Zu

Pug x Silky Terrier = Silky Pug

Pug x Toy Fox Terrier Toy = Toy Poxer

Pug x West Highland White Terrier = Pugland Terrier

Pug x Yorkshire Terrier = Pugshire Terrier

Rottweiler x Saint Bernard = Saint Weiler

Schipperke x Shih Tzu = Skip-Shzu

Scottish Terrier x Silky Terrier = Skilky Terrier

Scottish Terrier x Skye Terrier = Scottish-Skye Terrier

Scottish Terrier x West Highland White Terrier = Scoland Terrier

Shetland Sheepdog x Silky Terrier = Silkytie

Shetland Sheepdog x West Highland White Terrier = Shelestie

Shetland Sheepdog x Yorkshire Terrier = Yorkelties

Shih Tzu x Silky Terrier = Silky Tzu

Shih Tzu x Toy Fox Terrier = Fo-Tzu

Shih Tzu x West Highland White Terrier = Weshi

Silky Terrier x West Highland White Terrier = Silkland Terrier

Toy Fox Terrier x Yorkshire Terrier = Torkie

Welsh Terrier x Wire Fox Terrier = Wirelesh Terrier

West Highland White Terrier x Yorkshire Terrier = Fourche Terrier

Yorkshire Terrier x Shih Tzu = Shorkie Tzu

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