Adorable Dogs That Are Perfect Cross-Breeds (23 pics)

Posted in ANIMALS       12 Mar 2014       30397       6 GALLERY VIEW



Pitsky: Pitbull & Husky

Corgi & Dalmatian

Chusky: Chow Chow & Husky

Dalmachshund: Dachshund & Dalmatian

Dalmachshund: Dachshund & Dalmatian

Chug: Pug & Chihuahua

Corgi & German Shepherd

Yorkshire Terrier & Poodle

Beagleman: Beagle & German Shepherd

Cocker-Pei: Shar-pei & Cocker Spaniel

Pomsky: Pomeranian & Husky

German Sherpei: German Shepherd & Shar-pei

English Bulldog & German Shepherd

Horgi: Corgi & Husky

Bullpug: Pug & English Bulldog

Schnoodle: Schnauzer & Poodle

Shepherd Chow: Chow Chow & German Shepherd

Shorgi: Corgi & Sheltie

Sharp Asset (or Ba-Shar): Basset Hound & Shar-Pei

Corgipoo: Toy Poodle & Corgi

Goberian: Siberian Husky & Golden Retriever


Credits:  www.boredpanda.com


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izzimyfizzi 8 year s ago
Sorry, can't agree that these 'breeds' are "Perfect" at all. Crossing some of the worst breed defects with even lesser breeds is just asking for trouble. Especially the shorter legged variety.
       
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Terje 8 year s ago
Well, while it might be best to avoid some mixes, like rottweiler+amstaff+pitbull, I generally think of cross-breeding as good.

Many pure dogs suffers of inbreeding and a weak gene pool. By mixing races, you mix things up. The negative: They maybe don't look as good as pure races :P

At least this was the case with our dog, a mix. Lived to be almost 16, few to none health problems except at the end, very good with people.
       
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Mr. Ree 8 year s ago
Many of these photos are photoshopped...

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Gorfian 8 year s ago
Missed out poochon - mixture of poodle and bichon frise
My two are naughty, friendly, healthy and intelligent. No defects in these two.
       
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gigantes 8 year s ago
PS'd or not, bad idea or not, these are hilarious. not that i mean to mock them, or anything.

#18 wow, the schnoodle looks kind of like an otter!
       
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Parmelia 2 month s ago
I'm sure some of this site's articles are not on a theoretical basis. Obviously some of the result photos are purebred dogs, such as Dachshund and Aussie, and maybe more in the pictures. Darmatrogidal manifestations are not simple as the above photos. Most dog breeds have all those genes all before. Also, the theory of mixed breeds is healthier than pure ones is wrong in some way. Sometimes it works to maximize it. The Gene pool thing is not as simple as people think.
       
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