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100 Mixed Dog Breeds You Didn’t Know Existed (With Pictures)

100 Mixed Dog Breeds You Didn’t Know Existed (With Pictures)

If you are one of those curious dog lovers that often wonders how a mixed breed dog would look and how much would a mixed breed dog grow, then you’re at the right place.

Today, we want to talk more about mixed dog breeds that are becoming more popular with each passing day.

And it’s no wonder that these dogs are taking all the glory!

Most mixed breed dogs inherit the best personality and physical traits from their purebred parent breeds. This is what makes every mutt unique!

So, whether you’re a fan of small dog breeds, or large ones, this article probably has almost every popular and not-so-popular mixed dog breed.

1. Afador

Afador dog

Photo from: @whackattack1970

Parent breeds: Afghan Hound and Labrador Retriever

You won’t believe how loyal and dedicated to its family an Afador pooch is! The Afador crossbreed is a perfect combination of two kind-hearted and laid-back parents.

Inheriting any of the pretty Labrador colors and a smooth, medium-length coat, the Afador is a sight to behold.

2. Affenpoo

Affenpoo dog looking up

Photo from: @sweatersandsmiles

Parent breeds: Affenpinscher and Poodle

Most Affenpoos inherit Poodle’s low-shedding and hypoallergenic coats. The Affenpoo usually comes in a black curly coat that‘s short to medium in length.

The Affenpoo is a wonderful small dog crossbreed with a quirky personality. It loves its human pack and most of all its owner.

3. Akita Shepherd

Akita Shepherd puppy laying on the bed

Photo from: @andrewig.daily

Parent breeds: Akita Inu and German Shepherd

Meet Akita Shepherd — a large-boned pooch with a dense and fluffy coat that’s inherited from both parent breeds. The Akita Shepherd can inherit any coat color of the German Shepherd and the Akita Inu parent.

You will fall in love with Akita Shepherd’s mesmerizing eyes, its outgoing nature, and remarkable intelligence!

4. Akita Pit

Akita Pit on the beach

Photo from: @mika_barkkinen

Parent breeds: Akita Inu and Pitbull

The Akita Pit inherits protective personality traits from both parents’ breeds. Although this crossbreed is a great family dog, the Akita Pit might be wary of strangers and it might show aggression towards other dogs.

Make sure to socialize and train your Akita Pit. With lots of playtime, treats, and snuggles, the Akita Pit will become the friendliest pooch!

5. Alaskan Malador

Alaskan Malador on the floor

Photo from: @thearchiebdog

Parent breeds: Alaskan Malamute and Labrador Retriever

The Alaskan Malador is one fluffy fella. Both of its parent breeds are pretty large dogs. Alaskan Maladors grow up to 25 inches and can weigh to 85 pounds!

Due to its large size, the Alaskan Malador can suffer from canine arthritis and hip dysplasia.

6. Alusky

Alusky dog on the grass

Photo from: @eidanfelipe17

Parent breeds: Alaskan Malamute and Siberian Husky

Crossing two similar-looking sled dogs is a jackpot in the world of crossbreed pups! Meet the Alusky, a mesmerizing wolf-like dog breed that will take your breath away.

The Alusky is a fluffy dog with a dense and double layered coat that keeps it cold during cold days. Its coat keeps it warm, but the Alusky puppy will keep your heart warm forever!

7. American Bullador

American Bullador dog

Photo from: @loopythebullador

Parent breeds: American Bulldog and Labrador Retriever

The American Bullador is an interesting combination of two different sized dogs — a medium and a large dog. It usually weighs between 80 and 100 pounds, and can grow to 25 inches in height.

If you’re looking for a loyal companion that’s very athletic and always ready to play with its owner, then the American Bullador is the best dog for you!

8. Labrabull

Labrabull dog

Photo from: @chopinthefakepitlab

Parent breeds: American Pit Bull Terrier and Labrador Retriever

Whether you choose the name American Bully Lab, or Pitador, the Labrabull is an extraordinary medium-sized crossbreed that will become your new best friend.

The Labrabull is known for its loving, but protective nature. Therefore, it’s important to introduce it to early socialization.

9. American Eagle Dog

American Eagle Dog in the car

Photo from: @mrs_the_ruffian

Parent breeds: American Eskimo and Beagle

No, this crossbreed was not made for hunting eagles nor is it the ambassador for the American Eagle clothing brand. However, the American Eagle is indeed a fancy pooch that inherits loads of energy from both parents.

Reaching up to 19 inches and 50 pounds the American Eagle Dog is the best dog to choose if you live in a small space. Beagle’s life span makes the American Eagle Dog a long-living and healthy canine companion.

10. American Gointer

American Gointer dog

Photo from: @adornyourpet.petstore

Parent breeds: English Pointer and Golden Retriever

You can’t say no to the American Gointer crossbreed puppy! The American Gointer is a friendly dog that loves quality playtime and frequent outings.

Gointer puppies almost always inherit beautiful Golden Retriever colors and English Pointer’s cute floppy ears. Although rare, you might find American Gointers at reputable Golden Retriever breeders.

11. American Pit Corso

American Pit Corso sitting

Photo from: @bandogchico

Parent breeds: American Pit Bull Terrier and Italian Cane Corso

If you were searching for the perfect guard dog, search no more! Because we’re here to introduce you to American Pit Corso! Not only is its muscular build fascinating, but the goofy and affectionate nature of an American Pit Corso is what makes it unique.

Note that the American Pit Corso tends to be a bit aggressive towards other animals, so make sure to socialize it on time!

12. Augi

Australian Shepherd and Corgi mix dog

Photo from: @roxytheauggie

Parent breeds: Australian Shepherd and Corgi

Meet the one and only Australian Shepherd Corgi mix, whose appearance will flabbergast you! With male Australian Shepherds reaching up to 23 inches in height, the Augi can take on some of those tall genes.

The Augi is a very clever little pooch that loves quality playtime and training. The Augi will want to spend every second with you. This means that you will never go to the toilet alone!

13. Aussiedoodle

Portrait of a cute Aussiedoodle

Parent breeds: Australian Shepherd and Poodle

We can’t get enough of Australian Shepherd mixes! While Aussiedoodles shed like most dogs do, their curly coats are relatively easy to maintain.

Moreover, the Aussiedoodle‘s coat is perfect for styling, which gives you enough space to get creative! Aussiedoodles come in various colors, but the blue merle pattern is the one everyone goes crazy for!

Besides their mesmerizing looks, Aussiedoodles are affectionate pooches with high energy levels. Get ready to play with them 24/7!

14. Aussiepom

Aussiepom standing on the window

Photo from: @whiskey_aussiepom

Parent breeds: Australian Shepherd and Pomeranian

The Aussiepom is a small fluffy dog breed that inherits a dense coat.

I am pretty sure that you have already fallen in love at first sight with an Aussiepom! The Aussiepom is a sassy and extremely cute mutt.

Aussiepoms are unbelievably smart — it takes a few repetitions and they learn a trick daily! Besides that, Aussiepoms may growl at nothing to get your attention!

Read Also: The Ultimate German Shepherd Pomeranian Mix Guide

15. Aussie German

Aussie German dog in the flowers

Photo from: @ami_aussiemami

Parent breeds: German Shepherd and Australian Shepherd

The combination of two incredible shepherd dogs brought the Aussie German Shepherd mix to the crossbreed scene. The Aussie German hybrid dog is an energetic and an extremely intelligent mutt that loves having a job to do.

The Aussie German can inherit any of its parent dog breed colors. Both German and Australian Shepherds are kid-friendly dogs, making the Aussie German crossbreed the perfect family dog.

16. Australian Heeler

Australian Heeler dog on the lake

Photo from: @ksushazamarina

Parent breeds: Australian Shepherd and Blue Heeler

Incredible watchdog, athletic shepherd dog, and an amazing cuddle buddy — the Australian Heeler.

Also known as the Texas Heeler, this medium-sized pooch is a definition of intelligence, working ethics, and loyalty.

17. Australian Mountain Doodle

Australian Mountain Doodle dog

Photo from: @cottonwoodcreekdoodles

Parent breeds: Aussiedoodle and Australian Bernedoodle.

An Australian Mountain Doodle is a crossbreed that’s developed by crossbreeds! Its Aussiedoodle parent derives from crossing an Australian Shepherd with a Poodle and the Aussie Bernedoodle parent is a mix of a Mini Bernese Mountain Dog and a Poodle.

With all those Poodle genes, the Australian Mountain Doodle makes a high-energy Doodle with lots of affection and love to give!

18. Bagle Hound

Bagle Hound dog sitting on the floor

Photo from: @laylathebaglehound

Parent breeds: Beagle and Basset Hound

The Bagle Hound is a sharp nosed cross breed whose short coat requires minimum maintenance. Bagle Hound’s laid-back and lazy nature makes it the perfect couch potato! But, it still requires lots of playtime and high quality dog food.

Both European and the American Basset Hound in combination with a Beagle dog can develop the fun-loving Bagle Hound.

19. Ba-Shar

Shar-Pei and Basset Hound mix on the stairs

Photo from: @theloumagoo

Parent breeds: Shar-Pei and Basset Hound

Ba-Shar is a soft and wrinkly low-rider mutt that steals everyone’s attention. Laid-back yet still alert, the Ba-Shar is a unique mix.

The Ba-Shar is usually 13 inches tall and its big paws and floppy ears are the main physical features. Another name for this crossbreed is Walrus dog!

20. Bassador

Bassador in the car

Photo from: @trevorthebridge

Parent breeds: Basset Hound and Labrador Retriever

The Bassador is an all-round pup with a people-pleasing and outgoing personality. It’s the best dog to have around!

Taking into consideration the Basset Hound’s lifespan, the Bassador puppy has a long way to go. Health problems such as hip dysplasia and gastric dilatation – volvulus can affect the Bassador’s life expectancy.

21. Bassetoodle

Bassetoodle dog outdoor

Photo from: @little_happy_hounds

Parent breeds: Basset Hound and Poodle

The Bassetoodle is a rare mix that no one believed existed. The Bassetoodle is a great family dog with a very chill and balanced temperament. It’s most likely not hypoallergenic, but it can lean more towards its Poodle parent.

Most breeders don‘t breed Bassetoodles, but they can often be found at Poodle and Basset Hound rescue organizations.

22. Basset Pit

Basset Pit dog

Photo from: @babyemperorlouie

Parent breeds: Basset Hound and American Pit Bull Terrier

Meet the Basset Pit, a charming and even-tempered designer dog. The Basset Pit usually inherits the tri-color PitBull patterns, but it can also inherit black and white, fawn, blue, and many other colors.

Basset Pit’s floppy ears need regular cleaning, so ear plucking is common in its grooming routine.

23. Beagi

Beagi dog on the bed

Photo from: @fabiobeaverhausen

Parent breeds: Beagle and Corgi

The Beagi is an adorable designer dog that inherits facial features from its purebred Beagle and a fancy-looking Corgi non-hypoallergenic coat. The Beagi is a fun designer dog that loves to run, cuddle, and interact with other pets.

Crossbreed dogs usually range in price, and most Beagis are priced according to the Beagle’s cost.

24. Beagle Yorkie

Beagle Yorkie dog sitting in the pet store

Photo from: @romeo.borkie

Parent breeds: Beagle and Yorkshire Terrier

Being a small dog breed, the Beagle Yorkie fits everywhere! Besides its compact size, the Beagle Yorkie is a curious and outgoing pooch that loves attention.
Like all Yorkie mixes, Beagle Yorkies tend to be sensitive, so it’s best to introduce them to early socialization and avoid harsh training.

25. Bernedoodle

Adorable bernedoodle puppy laying on the grass

Parent breeds: Bernese Mountain Dog and Poodle

Inheriting perfect appearance and personality traits from both parent breeds, the Bernedoodle’s colors are among the most beautiful colors in the crossbreed world. Bernedoodle’s growth chart is where you’ll learn more about many Bernedoodle sizes.

The best thing is that most Bernedoodles are hypoallergenic! Make sure to choose the best Bernedoodle breeders that will provide you with a healthy designer dog!

26. Bordoodle

bordoodle with muddy face and pink tongue

Parent breeds: Border Collie and Poodle

This Border Collie Poodle mix is undoubtedly the smarty pants canine among all crossbreeds. The Bordoodle is an extremely affectionate and kind pup that loves to explore the world around it.

Bordoodles may inherit any of the beautiful Border Collie colors, along with their moderately-shedding coats.

27. Borgi

Borgi dog sitting on the floor outdoor

Photo from: @ziggyandthecrew

Parent breeds: Border Collie and Corgi

The Borgi is a crossbreed with lots of brains and energy that will probably outsmart and outrun you! In fact, the Borgi is so smart and stubborn that it will want to have its own way.

Sometimes, Border Collies become aggressive and this might be passed on to the Borgi crossbreed. However, aggressive behavior can be corrected with proper socialization.

28. Boxerman

Boxerman dog sitting on the grass

Photo from: @dogs.lab

Parent breeds: Boxer and Doberman Pinscher

Hey man, it’s Boxerman! And it’s here to deliver puppy kisses and endless cuddles! The Boxerman is a high-energy pooch that loves to entertain its family.

However, the Boxerman is not a very healthy crossbreed. It may suffer from congenital issues such as Wobblers syndrome and degenerative cardiomyopathy.

29. Bossi-Poo

Bossi-Poo sitting on the floor at home

Photo from: @dory_bossipoo

Parent breeds: Boston Terrier & Poodle

Boston Terrier mixes always result in gorgeous little hybrid dogs. The Bossi-Poo is no exception! The Bossi-Poo’s size is determined by the Boston Terrier’s growth chart.

Inheriting a low-shedding and hypoallergenic coat, the Bossi-Poo is an excellent choice for dog lovers that have troubles with allergies!

30. Corso Boerboel

Cane Corso and Boerboel mix dog

Photo from: @eva.queen.b

Parent breeds: Cane Corso and Boerboel

The Corso Boerboel is a large dog that is the most laid-back, yet attentive pooch you will meet. It loves to chill and lay down in the shade, but it is never aloof.

It is a very cautious and alert dog that’s ready to protect, so getting a Corso Boerboel means that you are in safe paws!

31. Corso Bullmastiff

Cane Corso and Bullmastiff mix dog standing on the rock

Photo from: @loma_enoma

Parent breeds: Cane Corso and Bullmastiff

The Corso Bullmastiff is an interesting blend of two very large dogs. Due to the fact that it inherits lots of Bullmastiff colors, the Corso Bullmastiff comes in shades of brindle, red fawn, fawn brindle, and gray.

Despite its large size, the Corso Bullmastiff is a lovely family dog with lots of cuddles to give!

32. Corso Doberman

Cane Corso and Doberman mix dog

Photo from: @sasha_canecorso_doberman_mix

Parent breeds: Cane Corso and Doberman

If you are a fan of both the Cane Corso and the Doberman breed, then the Corso Doberman is your dream designer dog. Intelligent, energetic, a bit needy, and extremely affectionate — the Corso Doberman wants your attention all the time!

A good idea is to find a reputable Doberman breeder who may offer or have information on Doberman mix puppies.

33. Corso Dogo

Cane Corso and Dogo Argentino dog mix laying on the green grass

Photo from: @whata_butthole

Parent breeds: Cane Corso and Dogo Argentino

An interesting combination of two large-boned and short-coated dogs results in the Corso Dogo mix. There is little difference between the Cane Corso and the Dogo Argentino which makes the Corso Dogo a well-balanced large dog.

The Corso Dogo is a great watchdog, guardian, and a professional cuddler!

34. Corso Pitbull

Corso Pitbull dog laying outdoor

Photo from: @gianluca_lo_presti88

Parent breeds: Cane Corso and Pitbull

Despite its intimidating looks, the Corso Pittie is a sweetheart. Its family-oriented personality is everything a dog owner is looking for in a pup!

The Corso Pitbull is a confident and loyal pup that can grow anywhere between 17 and 27 inches in height.

35. Cane Corxer

Cane Corxer on the bed

Photo from: @sara.j0

Parent breeds: Cane Corso and Boxer

The Cane Corxer mutt is a strong-looking hybrid that is one of our favorite Cane Corso mixes. The Cane Corxer is goofy and strong willed at the same time. It’s loyal, obedient, but likes to get mischievous at times.

The Cane Corxer is prone to eye problems such as canine cherry eye, ectropion, and entropion.

36. Catahoula Pit

Catahoula Pit dog sitting outdoor

Photo from: @jimmylynn

Parent breeds: Catahoula and Pitbull

Pitahoula is another name that the Cathoula Pit crossbreed goes by. The Catahoula Pit inherits lots of Pittie coat colors, making it a very colorful pooch.

The Catahoula Pit loves to snuggle on the couch, but it also loves to go out for a good run!

37. Cattlejack

Cattlejack dog on the bed

Photo from: @molly_the_cattlejack

Parent breeds: Jack Russell Terrier and Blue Heeler

Jack Russell Terrier’s lifespan is similar to the Blue Heeler’s making the Cattlejack a Neither Blue Heelers nor Jack Russell Terriers are hypoallergenic pups, so the Cattlejack isn’t the best dog for allergy sufferers.

38. Cavachon

Cavachon dog sitting in the green grass

Photo from: @mstanbow

Parent breeds: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and Bichon Frise

Bred to be perfect companion dogs, Cavachons are designer dogs that fit perfectly on your lap.

Cavachon’s low shedding coats are only one of the many reasons why this pooch made it to the most popular cross breeds in the U.S – its personality is pawfect!

39. Cavapoo

Cavapoo dog in the park

Parent breeds: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and Poodle.

Fluffy, classy, and sassy — the Cavapoo that is probably the most popular designer dog breed.

The Cavapoo is a silky and soft coat that is perfect for styling. Check out some of the best Cavapoo haircuts that are guaranteed to catch all the attention!

40. Cavapoochon

Cavapoochon dog outdoor

Photo from: @cavapoochonolive

Parent breeds: Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, a Bichon Frise, and a Poodle.

Combining three beautiful small dog breeds results in a fancy small-sized fluff ball that’s called the Cavapoochon. All Poodle mixes are beautiful but the one that stands out for me the most is the Cavapoochon.

The Cavapoochon is an extremely loyal, playful, and super energetic pooch!

41. Chiweenie

Chiweenie dog on the chair

Photo from: @chiwax_yuzu

Parent breeds: Chihuahua and Dachshund

The Chiweenie is among the most unique Dachshund mixes out there. Chiweenie is a teeny tiny designer dog that leans towards both parent breeds respectively.

Just like their needy Dachshund parent, the Chiweenie insists on its owner’s attention and dedication. In return, the Chiweenie delivers lots of kisses and cuddles!

42. Chow Pei

Chow Pei dog

Photo from: @kirby_bullchowpei

Parent breeds: Chow Chow and Shar-Pei

Chow Pei dogs make excellent family dogs, but only if they are introduced to early socialization.

Poorly brought up Chow Peis can become very aggressive and destructive. Therefore, the Chow Pei is a designer dog for experienced dog owners who can train it and show dominance.

43. Cockapoo

Cockapoo Puppy In Long Blade Grass

Parent breeds: Cocker Spaniel and Poodle

Being a large or medium sized pooch, the Beaker is the best dog to have around if you live in a small apartment.

The super friendly, outgoing, calm, and curious Beaker will make your life whole!

44. Corgidor

little Corgidor puppy

Photo from: @corgiloizs

Parent breeds: Corgi and Labrador Retriever

Here we have two popular purebred dogs combined into an amazing cross breed — the Corgidor. Among all Corgi mixes, the Corgidor stands out with its loyalty and people-pleasing abilities.

If the Corgidor gets lazy, there is a big chance that it will develop canine obesity.

45. Corgane

Parent breeds: Corgi and Great Dane

Due to size differences of both Corgi and Great Dane parent breeds, the Corgane isn’t considered a very healthy crossbreed.

Despite all of that, Corgane inherits a wonderful personality that makes everyone fall in love with it! But, the Corgane may be too energetic for some lazy paw lovers.

46. Corgi Greyhound

Parent breeds: Corgi and Greyhound

Meet the Corgi Greyhound, an energetic crossbreed with an unusual appearance. The Corgi Greyhound’s fun personality makes up for its short appearance.

Greyhounds come in various colors, and so do Corgis! Merle Corgis can pass their genes to the Corgi Greyhound, coloring it in beautiful speckles.

47. Cowboy Corgi

Corgi and Blue Heeler mix dog

Photo from: @patsythebluecorgi

Parent breeds: Corgi and Blue Heeler

Cowboy Corgis are a relatively new crossbreed and they are the most adorable pooches out there! Combining a Mini Blue Heeler with a purebred Corgi will result in a very small Cowboy Corgi.

The Cowboy Corgi inherits a warm temperament with a hint of strong prey drive and protectiveness.

48. Corgitian

Corgi and Dalmatian mix dog

Photo from: @bestpuppys_ig

Parent breeds: Corgi and Dalmatian

Dotted and short, the Corgitian inherits fun traits from both worlds. The Corgitian’s body structure resembles the Corgi parent, but its coat takes more of Dalmatian colors.

Although relatively healthy, the Corgitian is prone to Intervertebral Disc Disease, deafness, and urinary stones.

49. Corgipoo

Corgipoo in the garden

Photo from: @josie_the_corgipoo

Parent breeds: Corgi and Poodle

You don’t have to imagine a curly, low-shedding Corgi anymore, here’s a Corgipoo for ya! This Corgi Doodle became very popular due to its low-shedding properties and outgoing personalities.

Most Poodle colors along with soft and curly coats are passed on to the Corgipoo litter.

Although they are pretty rare, we have found some of the best Corgipoo breeders around!

50. Corgi Pit

Corgi Pit dog on the floor

Photo from: @evabean_the_divaqueen

Parent breeds: Corgi and Pitbull

Looking for a great family dog? Meet the Corgi Pit, a loyal, affectionate, and protective dog that will always stay by its owner’s side.

Due to the fact that both Corgis and Pitbulls shed quite a lot, it’s best to invest in a good brush for your Corgi Pit pup!

51. Corgi Inu

Corgi Inu dog

Photo from: @lifeofmoosemo

Parent breeds: Corgi and Shiba Inu

Energetic and playful, with a touch of curiosity and mischief, the Corgi Inu is a tough cookie! Corgi‘s prey drive combined with Shiba Inus curiosity makes the Corgi Inu a professional canine escape artist!

More often than not, the Corgi Inu inherits its parent Corgi’s red coat and Shiba Inu’s foxy face features!

52. Corso Presa

Corso Presa dog

Photo from: @brindlebeastpepper

Parent breeds: Cane Corso and Presa Canario

At first sight, the Cane Corso and Presa Canario look very similar. Their similarities mixed together result in a Corso Presa hybrid dog with a remarkable appearance and a friendly personality.

Although most Cane Corso breeders offer purebred dogs, some might have the Corso Presa crossbreed in store!

53. French Bullsky

French Bullsky outdoor

Photo from: @dixie_the_frusky

Parent breeds: French Bulldog and Siberian Husky

A match made in heaven — the French Bullsky inherits all that is perfect from both parent breeds. From Siberian Huskies beautiful blue eyes, to various Frenchie’s colors, the French Bullsky is definitely an attention seeker!

54. Gerberian Shepsky

Gerberian Shepsky

Photo from: @roamingwithgilly

Parent breeds: German Shepherd and Siberian Husky

The Gerberian Shepsky is a great combination of a sled dog and a hard-working service dog. Its personality is outgoing and bubbly, but it can be quite cautious around strangers.

Many Gerberian Shepsky dogs are a combination of black, white, blue, cream, or red. Most Gerberian Shepskies inherit brown Husky coats!

55. Giant Schnoodle

Giant Schnoodle laying at home

Photo from: @roaringspringsfarm

Parent breeds: Giant Schnauzer and Standard Poodle

The Giant Schnoodle is one helluva Doodle! Due to the fact that Giant Schnauzers grow very large, the Giant Schnoodle is prone to some large dog health issues.

Other than that, the Giant Schnoodle is a large, fluffy crossbreed that is great with kids, but it can be tricky around other pets.

56. Goberian

Goberian in the park

Photo from: @shelby.goberian

Parent breeds: Golden Retriever and Siberian Husky

Most paw lovers are not sure what a Goberian puppy mix is. Often called Gold Skies, Goberians are one of those highly intelligent and energetic Golden Retriever mixes.

Goberians inherit dense coats that shed quite a lot.

57. Goldendoodle

Mini Goldendoodle puppy laying on the grass

Parent breeds: Golden Retriever and Poodle

Fun, loyal, intelligent, and ultra soft — the Goldendoodle is your new favorite designer breed.

Its people pleasing personality combined with a lively spirit is what makes the Goldendoodle a great family dog and an adventurous travel buddy!

Check out the Goldendoodle growth chart to see how big it will get!

58. Golden Shepherd

Golden Shepherd dog with tongue out

Photo from: @idahoundliving

Parent breeds: Golden Retriever and German Shepherd

Due to the fact that both parent breeds moderately shed their long coats, the Golden Shepherd will need coat maintenance. Naturally, the Golden Shepherd will need to be brushed every day, so a good idea would be to invest in a quality brush.

The Golden Shepherd is nevertheless an amazing family dog with excellent work ethics. It will enjoy your company and having a job to do!

59. Great Chihuahua

Parent breeds: Great Dane and Chihuahua

We can all agree that this is the most unexpected and the most unusual mixed breed dog. Often called the Chi-Dane-Dane, the Great Chihuahua inherits the large size of its Great Dane parent.

Due to the fact that Corgis lifespan is longer than Great Dane’s lifespan, the Great Chihuahua crossbreed is usually a long-living pooch.

60. Great Italian Daniff

Great Dane and Cane Corso mix dog

Photo from: @mykitsaproots

Parent breeds: Great Dane and Cane Corso

The Great Italian Daniff is one of those Great Dane mixes that will surprise you! The Great Italian Daniff is a gentle giant with a soft heart that loves just about everything and everyone!

Being a giant dog, the Great Italian Daniff may suffer from developmental issues, as well as skeletal problems such as bone cancer and arthritis.

61. Great Danesky

Great Danesky dog

Photo from: @linzie___

Parent breeds: Siberian Husky and Great Dane

The Great Danesky is a muscular and elegant designer dog that will leave you speechless! Most Great Danesky puppies inherit mesmerizing eye colors of the Siberian Husky parent and Great Dane’s rapid growth.

The Great Danesky grows so big that it might need a king-sized bed!

62. Great Danoodle

Great Danoodle on the floor

Photo from: @terazamargaret

Parent breeds: Great Dane and Poodle

A fluffy large dog is all you’ve ever wanted — the Great Danoodle is here to deliver all the fluff! Besides their curly coats, Great Danoodles are extremely intelligent and energetic pups that love to play with their owners.

Once you get a Great Danoodle, your life will never be boring!

63. Horgski

Horgski puppy

Photo from: @naughtyrexycena

Parent breeds: Corgi and Siberian Husky

The Horgski is a blue-eyed canine wonder that grabs all of the attention. Huskies howling combined with huge levels of Corgi energy can make the Horgski quite a lot to handle.

Besides its energetic personality, the Horgski inherits the softest coat and the cutest puppy eyes!

64. Labradoodle

labradoodle looking in the camera with it's head turned

Parent breeds: Labrador Retriever and Poodle

Labradoodle is the sweetest mutt ever! This doodle is the perfect companion dog for all families, big and small. Just like its parent breeds, the Labradoodle is a fun-loving and outgoing designer dog that is eager to please its owner.

Most Labradoodles come in Labrador Retriever colors, but there are merle Labradoodles that inherit Poodle’s colors!

Make sure to check out some creative Labradoodle names!

65. Malinois Lab

Malinois Lab dog

Photo from: @leven_met_luna

Parent breeds: Belgian Malinois and Labrador Retriever Mix

A combination of incredible intelligence and willingness to play, makes the Malinois Lab a well-rounded family dog.

The Malinois Lab is a medium to large dog whose intelligence might come with stubbornness and independent will. This is why the Malinois Lab needs an experienced dog owner.

66. Morkie

Morkie dog

Photo from: @yorkshire_ins_gram

Parent breeds: Maltese and Yorkshire Terrier Mix

Probably the cutest lap dog out of all Maltese mixes is the Morkie! With its hypoallergenic coat and lively personality, the Morkie makes a gentle family dog that goes well with everyone!

Morkies became so popular that nowadays it’s easy to find reputable Maltese breeders that offer Morkie pups as well!

67. Morkie-Poo

Morkie-Poo dog

Photo from: @morkiepoobenji

Parent breeds: Maltese, a Yorkshire Terrier, and a Poodle

The Morkie-Poo is the designer breed you’ve been longing for! The Morkie-Poo is an easy-going pup that is easy to train. It loves spending time with its family and canine friends.

Morkie-Poos don’t only inherit Maltese colors! Their coat colors come in a variety of shades and you might even find some black Poodle genes in the mix!

68. Pittmaraner

Pittmaraner playing with the toy

Photo from: @jessica.scheuer

Parent breeds: Pitbull and Weimaraner

Thoughtful crossbreeding brought us the cutest Pittmaraner! The Pittmaraner can inherit either a red or a blue nose — a specific appearance trait that makes it so special!

The Pittmaraner tends to be more on the goofy side, but it is a very clever pup with lots of affection towards its owner.

69. Pitsky

Pitsky dog standing behind the tree

Photo from: @pupluna.luna

Parent breeds: Pitbull and Siberian Husky

Nowadays, Bully mixes are very rare to see. However, the Pitsky is a commonly seen Bully mix. It inherits most of the physical features of its Siberian Husky parent, like blue-colored eyes and a soft, dense coat.

The Pitsky can be a mischievous pup that might take some time to potty train too!

70. Pomsky

Pomsky in the flower garden

Photo from: @pippi.pomsky

Parent breeds: Pomeranian and Siberian Husky

Pomsky took the internet by storm and it became one of the most popular Husky mixes. The Pomsky is a crossbreed that inherited its parent’s barking and howling genes. So, you might find this crossbreed barking at nothing, just because they find it fun.

When a teacup Husky is combined with a Pomeranian, it often results in a teacup Pomsky that’s becoming more and more popular. The Pomsky’s lifespan is longer than Huskies.

71. Poochon

Poochon laying on the couch

Photo from: @princepicklesthepoochon

Parent breeds: Poodle and Bichon Frise

One of the cutest Bichon Frise mixes is the Poochon. The Poochon seems to be the perfect designer dog for people that are looking for a snuggly lap dog.

The Poochon‘s teddy-bear appearance and its lovely personality make everyone go “aww”!

72. Poosky

Poosky on the couch

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Parent breeds: Poodle and Siberian Husky

If you’re one of those dog lovers that adores energetic dog breeds, then the Poosky is the perfect designer dog for you. With so much energy on its paws, the Poosky needs a lot of mental stimulation and training.

73. Porgi

Porgi dog

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Parent breeds: Pug and Corgi

The Porgi leans more towards its shorter-haired Pug parent. It also tends to inherit more Pug coat colors than Corgi coat colors.

The best way to describe the Porgi is by saying that he is as goofy as its Pug parent, and as silly as its Corgi parent!

74. Puggle

Puggle on the grass

Photo from: @maggiewallace20

Parent breeds: Pug and Beagle

When it comes to Pug mixes, the Puggle hybrid steals the show. The Puggle is a smart and sometimes stubborn pooch that inherits an overall sweet temperament.

Due to the fact that Puggles are crossbreeds, their price depends on both the Beagle and the Pug dog’s cost.

75. Pugsky

Pugsky on the green grass

Photo from: @fenway_pups

Parent breeds: Pug and Siberian Husky

Fun-loving, goofy, and energetic, the Pugsky makes an entertaining canine companion. Although there are major differences in parent breed’s sizes, crossing a teacup Husky with a purebred Pug will result in the smallest Pugsky!

Unfortunately, the Pugsky is prone to health issues like hip dysplasia, canine epilepsy, and corneal ulcers.

76. Rattle Dog

Rattle Dog in the car

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Parent breeds: Rat Terrier and Poodle

Rat Doodle, Radle Terrier, Ratpoo, or Roodle, call it whatever you want, but one thing is for sure — this doodle is one of a kind designer dog.

The Rattle dog is a lively pooch that loves to play. Although a relatively healthy mutt, the Rattle dog may suffer from canine Legg-Calve-Perthes disease.

77. Rottie Chow

Rottie Chow laying on the floor

Photo from: @wallybeardog

Parent breeds: Rottweiler and Chow Chow

Due to size differences between parent breeds, female Rottweilers are usually the ones carrying the Rottie Chow litter. Rottie Chows are known to inherit beautiful Chow Chow colors that make them stand out among other dogs.

The Rottie Chow is a big dog that needs a lot of space in order to have its needs met. Be prepared for lots of playtime and physical activity!

78. Rotticorso

Rotticorso dog

Photo from: @osha.the.rotticorso

Parent breeds: Rottweiler and Cane Corso

Both American and European Rottweilers can be bred with a purebred Cane Corso to develop this strong crossbreed.

Despite stereotypes of Rottweilers being dangerous and Cane Corsos being aggressive, the Rotticorso grows into a great family dog. But, only if it’s properly socialized.

79. Rotterman

Rotterman dog

Photo from: @rottweiler_cuteness

Parent breeds: Rottweiler and Doberman Pinscher

Securing its spot on the best Doberman mixes, the Rotterman makes a very popular crossbreed. Not only does a Rotterman develop a strong body, but it also develops a strong bond with its family.

Affectionate, loyal, protective, and strong-willed, that’s the Rotterman dog!

80. Saint Berdoodle

Saint Berdoodle in the garden

Photo from: @basilthesaintberdoodle

Parent breeds: Saint Bernard and Poodle

This designer dog defines affection, loyalty, and gentleness. Saint Berdoodles are large dogs that stand up to 30 inches at withers. To estimate a Saint Berdoodle’s growth, it’s a good idea to check out the Saint Bernard growth chart.

Saint Berdoodles might be tricky to find. But, there is a chance of finding them at reputable Saint Bernard and Poodle breeders!

81. Saint Corgi

Parent breeds: Saint Bernard and Corgi

Perhaps one of the rarest crossbreeds around, the Saint Corgi is an exceptional combination of a gentle giant and a medium-sized herding dog. The Saint Corgi can grow from 14 inches and taller.

Corgis and children go very well together, making the Saint Corgi the perfect dog for families with toddlers and small kids.

82. Saint Pyrenees

Saint Pyrenees on the floor sitting

Photo from: @bowiestardude

Parent breeds: Saint Bernard and Great Pyrenees

The Saint Pyrenees is a fun Saint Bernard mix that can weigh up to a whopping 170 pounds. Saint Pyrenees puppies are affectionate gentle giants that enjoy spending their time with youngsters.

If you are curious about Saint Pyrenees cross breeds, ethical Saint Bernard breeders might have some information to share!

83. Samkita

Samkita dog

Photo from: @pablo_samkita

Parent breeds: Samoyed and Akita Inu

The Samkita takes place on a list of the cutest Akita Inu mixes. The Samkita inherits a soft coat and an even softer personality. It’s mostly laid-back, but the Samkita can be wary of strangers.

To determine how big a Samkita will grow, you can check out the Samoyed growth chart.

84. Schnocker

Schnocker dog

Photo from: @samvlong

Parent breeds: Cocker Spaniel and Miniature Schnauzer

Growing to no more than 15 inches in height, the Schnocker makes the best apartment dog whose energy will keep you on your feet!

Miniature Schnauzer’s hypoallergenic coats mixed with Cocker Spaniel’s low-shedding coats make the Schnocker an easy-to-maintain pooch.

85. Shollie

Shollie dog in nature

Photo from: @timberthelittlewoof

Parent breeds: German Shepherd and Border Collie

Shollie is a German Shepherd Border Collie mix that is a pawfect pick for active families and singles. Border Collies enjoy water activities, while German Shepherds love working hard.

This makes the Shollie an energetic crossbreed that is always ready for some fun in the Sun!

86. Scoodle

Scoodle holding a stick in mouth

Photo from: @the_inky_scoodle

Parent breeds: Scottish Terrier and Poodle

Besides its fun name, the Scoodle is an energetic crossbreed with the softest heart! The Scoodle is known as the calmest and friendliest Doodle.

Due to the Scoodle popularity rise, there are many reputable toy Poodle breeders offering this fancy doodle.

87. Sharpull Terrier

Sharpull Terrier dog

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Parent breeds: Shar-Pei and Pitbull

Sharpull Terrier is a unique and a very rare crossbreed. Eager to please and curious about everything around it, the Sharpull Terrier makes a fun canine companion.

The Sharpull Terrier’s wrinkly face and ears folded downwards will make your day! Not to mention all the Shar-Pei colors that it can inherit!

88. Sheepadoodle

Sheepadoodle puppy six weeks old sitting in the yard

Parent breeds: Old English Sheepdog and Poodle

Let me introduce you to the Sheepadoodle — the cutest Doodle you will see! Depending on the Poodle parent, there can be medium, mini and micro Sheepadoodles.

With a soft curly coat and easy-going temperaments, the Sheepadoodle will become your best friend.

89. Shepherd Inu

Shepherd Inu dog

Photo from: @mametokuma

Parent breeds: German Shepherd and Shiba Inu

The Shepherd Inu is a cute crossbreed that inherits not-so-cute Shiba Inu shedding amounts. In fact, both parent breeds are heavy shedders. However, owning a Shepherd Inu is a unique experience.

The Shepherd Inu is an intelligent dog that loves having a job to do, but it can be quite stubborn.

90. Shepkita

Parent breeds: German Shepherd and Akita Inu

Inheriting various German Shepherd colors and Akita Inu’s fluff, the Shepkita makes an exceptionally beautiful crossbreed. The Shepkita is a large dog with a fun-loving personality, and is always ready to do some work!

The Shepkita is not often seen, but it can be found either at reputable German Shepherd or Akita Inu breeders.

91. Sheprador

Sheprador in the snow

Photo from: @katie_and_the_bandit

Parent breeds: German Shepherd and Labrador Retriever

America’s favorite companion dog and guarding dog combined in one make the Sheprador. This German Shepherd Lab mix is an all-purpose pooch with lots of love to give.

The Sheprador makes a great therapy dog that goes along perfectly with kids and other animals.

92. Shiffon

Shiffon dog

Photo from: @a_pup_named_yoda

Parent breeds: Shih Tzu and Brussels Griffon

With both Brussels Griffon and Shih Tzu dogs being hypoallergenic, the Shiffon crossbreed makes the best dog for allergy sufferers.

Shiffons are affectionate lap dogs that get really attached to their owners. When left alone for too long, the Shiffon pooch may develop separation anxiety.

93. Shorgi

Shorgi dog

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Parent breeds: Shih Tzu and Corgi

The Shorgi is a sassy small to medium-sized crossbreed that inherits both Corgi’s and Shih Tzu’s colors. Combining low-shedding Shih Tzu genes with moderate shedding Corgi genes, the Shorgi falls somewhere in between.

With weekly coat maintenance and proper socialization, the Shorgi grows into a loveable, energetic, and loyal pup.

94. Shorkie Tzu

Shorkie Tzu dog

Photo from: @morissa_schwartz

Parent breeds: Yorkshire Terrier and Shih Tzu

Due to the fact that male Yorkies can grow up to only seven inches, and purebred Shih Tzus grow to eleven inches, the Shorkie Tzu is bound to stay a small dog.

Despite its small size, the Shorkie Tzu inherits a big personality. The Shorkie Tzu is the best dog for families with older kids as well as singles and seniors.

95. Shug

Shug dog on the green grass

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Parent breeds: German Shepherd and Pug

The mighty Shug or as some call it the Sheppug is a fun crossbreed with a playful temperament. Being a people-loving hybrid dog, the Shug is adored by everyone.

The Shug can inherit German Shepherd’s barking traits, but it is usually a calm and well-mannered pooch.

96. Siberian Corso

Siberian Corso dog

Photo from: @groot_cugini

Parent breeds: Siberian Husky and Cane Corso

A fluffy sled dog and a fearless guard dog? Yes please!

The Siberian Corso is a fun hybrid dog that inherits any of the beautiful Husky coat colors and patterns. Siberian Corso‘s coat is pretty short, but it can lean more towards the fluffy Siberian Husky parent.

Siberian Corsos will make you fall in love with their Husky blue eyes and affectionate personality!

97. Siberian Pinscher

Siberian Pinscher dog

Photo from: @dogmalnew

Parent breeds: Siberian Husky and Doberman Pinscher

If you are looking for a fun-loving, affectionate, and intelligent dog, the Siberian Pinscher is a great choice.

Siberian Huskies are real barkers, while Doberman Pinschers are always ready to protect their household. With a Siberian Pinscher, you are in it for a lot of fun adventures!

98. Spangold Retriever

Spangold Retriever dog

Photo from: @theadventuresofstevelknievel

Parent breeds: English Springer Spaniel and Golden Retriever

Spangold Retrievers are large dogs with a wavy coat that usually comes in black and gold. Whether there’s a field or show Golden Retriever in the Spangold Retriever mix, this hybrid pooch will turn heads with its fabulous appearance.

Spangold Retrievers are quite rare, but some may be available at ethical English Springer Spaniel breeders.

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99. Sprocker Spaniel

Sprocker Spaniel dog

Photo from: @thespanielgirlgang

Parent breeds: English Springer Spaniel and Cocker Spaniel

The Sprocker Spaniel is one of the most adorable English Springer Spaniel mixes. Although some Cocker Spaniels are notorious for being aggressive, the Sprocker Spaniel inherits a calm temperament.

The Sprocker Spaniel crossbreed is very energetic and trainable, that is perfect for active families.

100. Yorkiepoo

Yorkiepoo puppy

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Parent breeds: Yorkshire Terrier and Poodle

The Yorkiepoo is a soft-hearted and sensitive pooch that reacts best to positive reinforcement training. Sweet and kind temperaments of Yorkie Poos are the reason why they are so popular.

Besides that, Yorkiepoos inherit beautiful curly coats that are soft as a feather.

Final Thoughts

Phew, quite a lot of mixed dog breeds, right?

Whether or not you’re a fan of mixed breed dogs, you gotta admit that these pooches are extremely cute!

It’s not all about looks and personalities — most mixed dog breeds are very healthy, often healthier than purebred dogs!

Purebred parent dog breeds are prone to breed-specific congenital diseases, but it seems that mixed breed dogs are less likely to inherit the same health issues.

Unfortunately, with great popularity comes negligence. Most designer dogs become abandoned because of unethical dog owners that are usually not prepared for the responsibility of owning a dog.

That being said, when searching for a mixed dog breed it’s best to adopt rather than to shop.

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