Everyone loves designer goods and pet owners are no exceptions. Cross breed dogs have gained in popularity in recent decades because they incorporate the best traits of two types of good dogs. If you’re thinking about getting a puppy, consider one of these not-quite purebred canines.

Goldendoodle

Goldendoodles are the cutest cross between golden retrievers and standard poodles. They tend to have slightly curly hair and are great for those preferring a dog with hypoallergenic qualities. Goldendoodle Augusta puppies are playful, friendly and smart. Despite the name, goldendoodles can be brown or black too.

Chiweenie

These beloved pint-sized pups are highly active for a small dog, getting their precociousness from both their parents – a Chihuahua and a dachshund. Also, affectionately known as the choxie or weeniehuahua, chiweenies make great watchdogs and have no problem bowing up to bigger beasts.

Sprocker Spaniel

If you like spaniels, getting a cross between a springer spaniel and a cocker spaniel may allow you to have the best of the spaniel universe. All spaniels have been bred over the years to be hardworking gun dogs and loving members of the family. Sprockers are quite energetic and possess superior noses.

Puggles

Puggles, a cross between a pug and a beagle, may take a firm hand in training, but they are worth it for their spunk and friendliness towards other dogs and people. Puggles are easy to groom and easy to love.

Shorkie

These tiny dogs have personality plus but still adapt well to apartment living. Despite being small, these Shih Tzu and Yorkshire terrier mixes come on strong. They will stand their ground and stand with you.

Pomsky

Shrink down a Game of Thrones dire wolf to a petite size and you’ll have a pomsky – a cross between Siberian husky and Pomeranian. These fluff balls love the limelight, so if you’re looking for a dog to entertain you, this might be the breed.

No matter what type of dog you’ve always been fond of, don’t overlook a mixed breed. These canines often possess the best part of their doggie heritage along with an unusual look.

 

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