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Some FAQs about Mixed Breed Dogs (Crossbreed)

A mixed-breed puppy often has the advantage of having a much lower chance of being born with inherited congenital diseases, since the mating process naturally leaves out the defective genes. This is a general truism. However, there are many dog enthusiasts who disagree with mixed breeds being the best choice for a pet.

1. Beagle
Beagle x Chihuahua (Cheagle)
Beagle x Basset Hound (Bagel)
Beagle x Pug (Puggle)
Beagle x Poodle (Poogle)

2. Australian Cattle Dogs
Australian Cattle Dog x Border Collie (Border Heeler)
Australian Cattle Dog x Australian Shepherd (Texas Heeler)
Australian Cattle Dog x Boston Terrier (Boston Cattle Dog)

3. Chihuahua
Chihuahua x Poodle (Chi-poo)
Chihuahua x Jack Russell (Jack Chi)
Chihuahua x Havanese (Cheenese)

4. Poodle
Poodle x Cocker Spaniel (Cockapoo)
Poodle x Schnauzer (Schnoodle)
Poodle x Australian Shepherd (Aussiedoodle)

5. Havanese
Havanese x Pomeranian (Ewokian)
Havanese x Poodle (Hava-poo)
Havanese x Jack Russell (Hava-Jack)

6. Husky
Husky x Pitbull (Pitsky)
Husky x Australian Shepherd (Aussie Siberian)
Husky x Poodle (Siberpoo)

7. Basenji
Basenji x Chihuahua (Chisenji)
Basenji x Australian Cattle Dog (Basenji Heeler)
Basenji x Poodle (Basenjipoo)

8. Border Collie
Border Collie x Poodle (Bordoodle)
Border Collie x Great Pyrenees (Border Pyrenees)
Border Collie x Cocker Spaniel (Collie Cocker)

9. Australian Shepherd
Australian Shepherd x Border Collie (Border Aussie)
Australian Shepherd x Pomeranians (Aussie Pom)
Australian Shepherd x Labrador (Aussiedor)

10. Greyhound
Greyhound x Pitbull (Greybull Pit)
Greyhound x Husky (Grusky)
Greyhound x Poodle (Greyoodle)

Goldendoodle = Golden Retriever + Poodle
Labradoodle = Labrador Retriever + Poodle
Cavachon = Cavalier King Charles Spaniel + Bichon Frise
Maltipoo = Maltese + Poodle
Schnoodle = Schnauzer + Poodle
Cockapoo = Cocker Spaniel + Poodle
Yorkipoo = Yorkshire Terrier + Poodle
Puggle = Pug + Beagle
Goldador = Golden Retriever + Labrador Retriever
Peekapoo = Pekingese + Poodle
Lhasapoo = Lhasa Apso + Poodle
Pomsky = Pomeranian + Siberian Husky
Chorkie = Chihuahua + Yorkshire Terrier
Pomapoo = Pomeranian + Poodle
Terripoo = Australian Terrier + Poodle
Pugapoo = Pug + Poodle
Sheepadoodle = Old English Sheepdog + Poodle
Mal-Shi = Maltese + Shih Tzu
Chiweenie = Chihuahua + Dachshund
Frenchie Pug = French Bulldog + Pug
Doxiepoo = Dachshund + Poodle
Chug dog = Chihuahua + Pug
Pitsky = Pit Bull + Siberian Husky
Shihpoo = Shih Tzu + Poodle
Poochin = Poodle + Japanese Chin

Mixed breed dogs have two or more different breeds in their lineage. They are sometimes called Mongrels or Mutts, especially when it’s not clear what breeds make up your dog.

Mixed-breed dogs are generally healthier than purebred dogs. This is because purebred dogs have a limited gene pool and risk passing along genetic disorders from generation to generation. Typically, owners of mixed-breed pets can expect to pay a lower pet insurance premium than owners of purebred pets.

Mixed-breed dogs live an average of 14 years. Overall, purebreds live an average of nearly 10 years. The difference may be because dogs bred to meet standards sometimes pass along problems in their genes, too.

Although every dog’s health is unique to themselves, over the years, many people have discovered that mixed breed dogs are often healthier than purebred dogs. Because purebred dogs have a limited gene pool, genetic disorders that arise continue from generation to generation.

Overall, mixed breed dogs are smarter than purebred dogs. Mixed dogs scored 463 and purebred dogs scored 417. In our experiment, we wanted to determine if purebred dogs or mixed breed dogs are smarter. We tested twenty-six dogs of all different breeds: thirteen purebreds and thirteen mixed breeds.

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*Please Note: It is difficult to know which breeder is trustworthy when you are in another country. But fortunately there are reputable associations that can guarantee the quality of breeders who are members of their association. These can be mentioned as Japan Kennel Club – JKC, The Kennel Club of Japan – KC or Nihonken Hozonkai – 日保 and many other associations (JABC, JCC, ICC, CPRO, JCU, KCP, ACC, CCJ, KCC, NMSA, WCA, JMSA, ZCC). Dogs and Cats sold by breeders belonging to these associations are always accompanied by a pedigree certificate.

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Mixed Breed Dogs (Crossbreed)

Dogs of mixed breeding vary from the so-called designer dogs, with purebred parents of two different recognized breeds, to the bit-of-everything type, the result of accidental, random crosses. Some designer hybrids are now extremely fashionable. They are mostly given whimsical combination names, such as Cockapoo (a Cocker Spaniel–Poodle cross).

Crossbreeding is the production of offspring by mating individuals from two or more breeds. This produces maximum heterozygosity. Designer breeds are created through crossbreeding. Their offspring do not reproduce themselves if bred.


Famed as a poacher’s dog, and used to hunt rabbit and hare, traditionally Lurchers were first-generation crosses of a sight hound with a terrier or a herding dog. Today, they are also bred with each other and ideally are greyhound size. In the home Lurchers are peaceful and tolerant, and make fine family companions.


Most Cockapoos are first-generation crosses of a Toy or Miniature Poodle with an American or sometimes English Cocker Spaniel. They are particularly valued for their tractable and affectionate characters. Their appearance is a variable mix of the parent breeds, but always with a wavy coat that sheds very little.


The original Labrador-Poodle cross was intended as an assistance dog for allergy sufferers, but the Labradoodle has rapidly gained popularity as a family pet. In Australia, it is on its way to being a breed with a written standard. Elsewhere, this remains a crossbreed, with no official status but in huge demand. The dog’s personality attracts owners as much as its appearance. It is consistently level-headed and biddable without becoming serious or reserved.


As this dog is a cross between a miniature, standard, or giant Schnauzer and a toy, miniature, or standard Poodle, it can vary widely in size, weight, colour and appearance. Most are small companion dogs, but they still need sufficient exercise to avoid behavioural problems.


 Some crossbreeds are created deliberately, but the first Bichon Frise and Yorkshire Terrier mix was a happy accident that breeders have chosen to repeat. The result is the Bichon Yorkie – a dog that is usually larger than the diminutive Yorkshire Terrier, with the feisty spirit of its terrier parent tempered by the more compliant nature of the Bichon Frise.


The Bull Boxer is a cross between the laid-back Boxer and bull-baiting dogs, such as, the Staffordshire Bull Terrier, which is highly popular but may be difficult with other pets. The Bull Boxer occupies the middle ground in size and character. This dog needs commitment, but rewards its owner well.


This rare working terrier was developed in the 1940s by crossing Norfolk Terriers with Sealyham Terriers to produce a small, nimble dog to follow game to ground. Smart and eager to please, it is easy to train and quietly behaved, provided it has a good daily walk. It enjoys play and loves to dig, but is less inclined to bark than other terrier breeds.


 Also known as the Malt-tzu, this small dog is a cross between a Maltese and a Shih Tzu. Developed in the 1990s, the Mal-shi has proved popular in many countries especially where there is demand for dogs with low shedding coats. If puppies are well socialized and trained, they are said to be a good choice for first time owners.


One of the newest “designer dogs”, this mixture of the Golden Retriever and the Poodle was first bred in the USA in the 1990s. Since then the Goldendoodle’s growing popularity has encouraged breeders elsewhere to continue its development. Most of these dogs are first-generation crosses and vary considerably in appearance – some have curly coats, while others are wavy or straight. The crossbreed’s size depends on whether the Poodle parent is a medium, miniature, or toy variety. Although lively and energetic, Goldendoodles have gentle temperaments and are usually easy to train. They get on well with children and other pets.


Also known as the Springador, this Labrador Retriever and English Springer Spaniel cross may result from unplanned breeding on country estates where gundogs were kept. Interest in fashionable crossbreeds has given it popularity, and a name. It is an excellent gundog that can be trained to retrieve and flush game, and also makes a good family pet.


Developed in the 1990s, the Puggle is a cross between a Pug and a Beagle that has become increasingly popular in recent years. It is good with people and with other dogs and easily adapts to living in a town apartment or on a farm. It needs daily walks, including games, to keep it happy.


Dogs with random breeding are usually of unknown ancestry, with the parents themselves likely to be the result of accidental mixings that may go back several generations. Choosing a random-bred puppy is a bit of a lottery for prospective owners as it is difficult to predict what the dog will look like at maturity. Many of the dogs available for adoption in rescue centres are random crossbreds; in the majority of cases they make excellent pets.

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