Years ago, a mixed-breed was the unplanned result of multiple dogs mating with one female. Hybrid dogs are the new mixed breed. Which is your favorite?
Schnoodles: Most Sought After Hybrid Dogs
A popular hybrid dog breed, the Schnoodle, is extremely active, adorable, and quite intelligent. This cross between the Poodle and the Schnauzer comes in many colors and ranges in size from 6 to 76 pounds. You find that most of them are small dogs. People love this hybrid as it is a hypoallergenic, playful, and lovable dog. In addition, being the center of attention is what he lives for.
Cockapoo Hybrids Are Gentle And Loving
A clown-like personality sums up this small dog, who happens to be the first of the hybrid dogs dating back to the 1960s, rather than to just a few years ago. As a matter of fact, my first dog was a Cockapoo.
Completely people-focused, this hybrid dog is smart, easy to train, seldom sheds, forgives with ease, and is extremely affectionate. Don’t plan on much time alone with this pup in your home. He loves company and you are it.
Goldendoodles Love to Run
A hybrid dog, resulting from the breeding of a Poodle and a Golden Retriever. Its popularity is growing by leaps and bounds. This dog loves to run, jump, play, and have fun all day. Consider his high energy and lap-loving personality if you plan to bring one of these sweeties home to stay with you. Oh, did I forget to mention, this hybrid is not a small dog, growing upwards of 20 to 24 inches and ranging in weight from 50 to 90 pounds? He’s one big bundle of fun.
Labradoodles: Water Loving Hybrid Dogs
Gaining quick popularity, this hybrid is the first planned cross between the Poodle and Labrador Retriever, arranged by the Royal Guide Dogs Association in Australia. Known for his hypoallergenic coat and natural bent as a guide dog, the Labradoodle is smart and very sociable. This guy loves water, so be sure to take him swimming often.
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