Hybrid dogs are the latest trend in dog ownership. They’re the type of animals that we once referred to as ‘mutts’ that anyone could pick up at the local shelter, but now they are high-end animals that are much sought-after and desirable. Everyone wants a hybrid. What is a hybrid, you ask? It’s a dog that’s created by breeding two purebred dogs to create a half and half type of animal that has a unique look and an unpredictable personality.
What people love about hybrids is the ability to take two adorable animals and combine them to make one even more adorable animals. It is not always a guarantee that an animal will look more like one or the other, and no one ever really knows which breed’s characteristics a hybrid puppy will develop. While many hybrid breeds have become quite popular in recent years, there are still some hybrid dog breeds that aren’t quite so well-known, and you might not believe they actually exist.
The cross between a corgi and a dalmatian, there’s not really much about this particular hybrid you can’t fall in love with.
A Golden Retriever and a Siberian Husky make one gorgeous dog, don’t you agree?
A chihuahua doesn’t mix well with all dogs, but it does make a cute half beagle, don’t you think?
Pomeranians and Huskies make some beautiful puppies, and they are in high demand the more exposure that they get from photo such as this one.
The English Bulldog and the German Shepherd are two very popular breeds, but perhaps it’s not the best idea to mix these two together. The outcome is a bit much for us.
There is nothing more adorable than a dog mixed with a husky, in our opinion. That’s why we are so in love with this labrador retriever mix.
Because a poodle and a schnauzer make for a great looking little pup.
Who does not want a dog this darn adorable? A beautiful mix between a dalmatian and a dachshund makes for one adorable puppy, and we can see everyone wanting a little of each.
If you want a gorgeous puppy, considering asking your Siberian Husky to mate with a poodle. It is the fluffy version of the best of both worlds.
We love pugs and we love chihuahuas, but whoever thought of breeding the two might not have really put that much thought into the outcome.