1. This husky/pit mix with the most beautiful blue eyes I've ever seen:
2. This German shepherd/golden retriever mix, who is a star at the vet's office:
3. Is this a German shepherd or a Corgi? What about a herding dog? I'm not sure who he is, but he's adorable:
4. This Australian mix with large, fluffy ears:
5. This Shar Pei and bulldog mix who appears worried; don't worry, it's only wrinkles:
6. This floppy-eared Chihuahua mix:
7. A German shepherd and a coyote mix:
8. This German shepherd/American Staffordshire terrier cross that grew into her ears:
9. This English bulldog/Target mix:
Mixed-breed dogs are not uncommon, and they are very trendy now. These are some of the most popular breeds:
- Yoodle: Yorkshire Terrier & Poodle Mutt
- Beagleman: Beagle & German Shepherd Crossbreed
- Cocker-Pei: Shar-pei & Cocker Spaniel Mut
- Pomsky: Pomeranian & Husky Cross
- Bullpug: Pug & English Bulldog Mutt
10. This ridiculously fluffy Pomsky:
11. This adorable chow/husky (or chusky) likes to be outside:
12. This corgi/chocolate lab mix that loves his walks:
13. This self-described mutt who enjoys vehicle rides:
14. A border collie and Samoyed mix:
15. This sweetie whose owners admit, "We don't know what the hell he is."
16. This chipoo (chihuahua/poodle) is all set to curl up with a good book:
Now, we are not encouraging the deliberate creation of crossbreed dogs since, on the one hand, the process of producing a dog breed is a difficult and lengthy one, and the dogs used are only the best examples.
You can always adopt a mutt from a shelter, on the other hand. Mixed breed dogs do occur when pups stray away to answer the call of nature.
As a result - there are plenty of mixed-breed dogs waiting to be adopted. Now, they may not be photogenic enough to have their own social media pages, but they will love you and stand by you for the rest of their lives.