- Gorgeous Dog Crossbreeds That Will Win Over Your Heart With His Behavior

The next time you consider adopting a dog, go with a mixed breed. Crossbreeds are scientifically shown to be healthier as well as longer lived than their purebred counterparts. If you need help deciding which breed is best for you, we pulled together a list showcasing the most adorable designer breeds in the world.

Pitsky – Pit Bull and Husky

If you want a dog that will be an absolute nightmare in training but loyal to the bone you might consider the Pitsky. While the Pitsky may not be conventionally attractive, you’ll never a single being who will love you more.
This breed is a mixture of Pit Bull and Husky and it showcases the strongest traits of each breed. You’ll see the bright light colored eyes of the husky, as well as their ears, right alongside the boxier and sturdier body of the Pit Bull. The result is a dog that is loyal to the bone and absolutely full of energy.

Golden Dox – Golden Retriever and Dachshund

If you want the perfect family pet that will require very little in terms of money and effort for dog training schools, grab yourself a Golden Dox. The Golden Dox is a mixture of Golden Retriever and the little Dachshund and it is adorable through
and through. What you get here is the long, low body of the Dachshund mixed with the Golden Retrievers adorable face and flowing long hair. They truly appreciate sharing your bed and their size allows you to have room as well. They are loyal and protective and generally healthy. It’s enough to make you want to hug him all day and all night. 

German Chow – German Shepherd and Chow Chow

The German Shepherd is a big dog with a huge personality but they are tough to take care of unless you have a ton of spare time and energy on your hands. But it's worth it just for that face.
The German Chow is a mixture of that same German Shepherd and the poofy Chow Chow. The result of this crossbreed is a German Shepherd sized dog with the head shape and fluff of the Chow Chow — leaving you with all the cuddliness without giving up the potential for a trustworthy guard dog.

French Pin – French Bulldog and Mini Pinscher

Here is a breed that blends two other crossbreeds, the French Bulldog and the Mini Pinscher, for double the crossbreeding fun. The French Pin is an adorable breed of dog with big ears, a small body, and an energetic and loving personality.
This dog is a ball of energy so you’ll have to keep it busy or it’ll get in trouble sooner or later. This is a long living animal that looks as comfortable in your lap as it does sprinting full bodied out at the dog park. In any case, make sure to train the pup early on in its life and keep up with the training to keep its expressive body and intelligent mind busy.
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Cheagle – Chihuahua and Beagle

The wonderful thing about crossbreeding is that sometimes the pup is worlds different than the parents. Here we have two individual dog breeds that aren’t considered traditionally
attractive, the Cihuahua and the Beagle, but combined they make what might just be the cutest pet alive. The Cheagle is a tiny breed with the thick body of a beagle and the small size of the Chihuahua. It is moderately easy to train and is also decent as a guard dog, as it will always bark at the sign of intruders. The Cheagle is full of energy, super social, and always ready to play.

Jack-A-Poo – Jack Russell Terrier, Miniature Poodle

Another crossbreed mixed with a crossbreed. The Jack-A-Poo is a mixture of the mini poodle and the Jack Russell Terrier and the result is one of the most captivating animals to ever exist.
The Jack-A-Poo is a highly energetic, tiny breed that loves to play and get feisty with its owner. They are smart dogs but they also require a lot of attention or else you’re going to start finding all sorts of things chewed up around the house. But how could you stay mad at this face?

Maltipoo – Maltese and Poodle

The Maltipoo just exudes class after a good grooming. The Maltipoo is a mixture of the Maltese and the Poodle and what you get is an adorable little animal with an expressive personality, long hair, and eyes
that are big enough to see everything. The Maltipoo is particularly popular among designer dog breed enthusiasts and for good reason. Their long hair makes for all sorts of interesting makeovers and they are intelligent as well, making them easy to train for potential competition consideration.
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Chusky – Chow Chow and Husky

This breed of designer dog is literally too fluffy to be true. The Chusky is a mixture of the Chow Chow and the Husky, yet it manages to be cuter than both of them and then some. The Chusky has a squat and
fat body with the Chow Chow’s large fur and the Husky’s attentive face. They do well with children, but require an experienced owner. They bond very strongly with their humans and tend to be incredibly protective. Chuskies do best in an active house due to their high energy levels. They need a great deal of exercise to remain happy. We couldn’t imagine a better cuddle partner if we tried.

Maltese Shih Tzu – Maltese and Shih Tzu

What the breeders lacked in innovation when it comes to naming this breed, they more than made up for in devising the perfect formula for cuteness. The Maltese Shih Tzu is a mixture of the two breeds that
make up its name: the Maltese and the Shih Tzu. This delightfully furry animal is a nice contrast to the other more common crossbreeds that you’ll find on our list. This is a smart animal that deserves a home willing to be patient with it as you teach the pup how to behave. Keep their mind sharp and keep them active for a long and healthy relationship.

Schnoodle – Schnauzer and Poodle

We are a sucker for small dogs and the Schnoodle checks all of our boxes. The Schnoodle mixes the Schnauzer and the Poodle into a smart, family friendly breed of dog that will never get too big for your
smaller home. The Schnoodle is smart enough to learn tricks and independent enough to be fine relaxing on its own. The Schnoodle is a fun-loving, cheerful companion. With the energy level of the parent breeds, he thrives on plenty of exercise and playtime. He may have the Schnauzer traits of loyalty and protectiveness towards his family, and the eager to please and fun-loving demeanor of the Poodle They make for great family pets and they get along wonderfully with younger children.
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Boxador - Boxer and Labrador

The Boxador is a mixed breed bringing together the Boxer and the Labrador Retriever. She is a large to giant sized dog with a life expectancy of 12 to 15 years. She
is grouped as a companion dog and a guard dog and participates in tracking and competitive obedience. She is a popular hybrid dog because of her endearing temperament and her entertaining playfulness. She does, however need a lot of room due to her size.

Hug - Husky and Pug

The Hug is a large cross breed known for being affectionate, cheerful, friendly, intelligent, loving, and loyal. It is the cross of the Siberian Husky and Pug. The most
common colors for Hugs are black, gray, red, silver, and white. To keep it healthy, it will need to get exercise regularly. The Hug commonly participates in guarding and search and rescue.

Chug - Chihuahua and Pug

The Chug dogs are hybrid dogs that are produced by cross breeding of a Chihuahua and a Pug purebreds. The Chugs are also known as Chugg or Pughuahua. They are
compact and muscular dogs that resemble parent body structure. They have a shorter muzzle and medium length ears that fold at the top. Their coat can be thick, short and coarse like a Pug or a silky, longer coat like a Chihuahua.

Miniature English Bulldog - English Bulldog and Pug

The Miniature English Bulldog is a cross between two purebred breeds, the English Bulldog and the Pug. The Miniature English Bulldog is a fun-loving breed by nature
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and it is friendly with people and other pets. This breed is not the most active, but it does love to spend time playing with its family, though it would be equally happy to take a nap on the couch.

Bull-Pei - English Bulldog and Shar Pei

The Bull-Pei is the result of a cross between two relatively singular pure breeds, the Bulldog and the Chinese Shar Pei. The Bull-Pei is not a loud, gregarious dog, always
looking to outshine all the company in a room and have everyone’s attention on itself. It is a quiet, confident, dog, with a placid demeanor, that nevertheless is very loving and utterly loyal to its family.

Miniature Boxer - Boston Terrier and Boxer

The Miniature Boxer is a great family dog, outgoing, great with kids, calm and devoted to her family and owner. She is very affectionate too and protective. Usually
a well-bred Miniature Boxer has a calm and gentle disposition and while they can act as guardians they tend to be non-aggressive otherwise. She is not trusting when it comes to strangers and is a good watchdog.

Cockapoo – Cocker Spaniel and Poodle

These dogs are little mushes—little sit-on-your-lap-and-melt-your-heart mushes. The cocker spaniel–poodle mixes are smart, loyal, and mellow. They’re also
mostly very healthy and require little maintenance. Because they are hypoallergenic, don’t shed, and are dander-free, they require no special grooming other than weekly brushing.

Gollie – Golden Retriever and Collie

Put a golden retriever together with a collie and good for the ultimate movie hero dog! This mix possesses the best traits from both breeds: patience, loyalty, and
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affectionate natures. They’re also easy to housebreak and train, making them an excellent family pet. They are also very healthy and will probably take care of you more than you take care of them.

Yorkipoo – Yorkshire Terrier and Poodle

Most poodle hybrids are beloved by their owners, but be warned if you’re considering a Yorkipoo; they’re mischievous little nuggets. With the intelligence of a poodle and
fearless energy of a Yorkshire terrier, Yorkipoos are tiny little barking dynamos. This makes them sort of adorable for a while, but prospective owners should definitely invest in a good, strong leash and maybe some earplugs.

Taco Terrier - Toy Fox Terrier and  Chihuahua

Taco terror is more like it. When you cross a toy fox terrier and a Chihuahua, you get a tiny dog with a huge tendency to make trouble. Taco terriers have no problem
approaching much bigger dogs and trying to shake things up, so their owners must work very hard to socialize them. If you want a dog with a bark much bigger than its bite, that’ll do anything to protect you (however useless those efforts may be), this dog is for you.

Czechoslovakian Wolf Dog - German Shepherd and Wolfdog

The Czechoslovakian wolf dog is the result of an experiment conducted in Czechoslovakia to create a wolfdog hybrid that could help with border control. The goal was to create a dog with the temperament and trainability of a German
shepherd with the strength and stamina of the Eurasian wolf. Czechoslovakian wolf dogs are generally tame and social, though they tend to be aggressive toward smaller animals and have what breeders call a “stormy adolescence.”

Borsky - Border Collie and Husky

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The Border Collie and Husky cross has boundless energy, herding instincts, prey drive, and high intelligence wrapped up into one fuzzy medium-sized package.
Strictly a mix for experienced and highly active families, a Borsky will test even the most seasoned of dog lovers. The reward, of course, for taming this noble critter, is equally high—a loving, loyal and comical family member.

Frenchton - Boston Terrier and French Bulldog

A Boston Terrier crossed with a French Bulldog is known as a Frenchton or Frenchbo. This mix came about to try and quell some of the breathing issues of the French
Bulldog without losing the general size and shape of the breed altogether. The Boston Terrier side lends more athleticism to the crossing, with longer legs and snouts, making a Frenchie mix a more active companion than a purebred.

Rottador - Rottweiler and Labrador

A Rottweiler and Labrador cross is known as a Labweiler or Rottador. More muscular than a Lab, with a wider head and chest, they can be any Lab color or the classic
Rottweiler black and tan. Loyal and protective, a Rottador needs a good obedience foundation and plenty of socialization with people and other animals to become the perfect companion.

Weimador - Weimaraner and Labrador Retriever

The crossing of a Weimaraner and a Labrador Retriever is known as a Labmaraner or Weimador. Chock full of excellent hunting instincts, this large, high energy dog will
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need a lot of exercise to be a happy member of your family - a dog in need of a job, like hunting, hiking, jogging, agility, or flyball. A wonderful companion for bigger kids.

Boxweiller - Boxer and Rottweiler

The Boxweiler is a medium to large dog that is a cross breed between a purebred Rottweiler and a purebred Boxer. Both German breeds and hardworking dogs with
great stamina, the Boxweilers are considered best for experienced dog owners, which is true of the Rottweiler and the Boxer as well. The Boxweiler is a placid, almost docile dog, content to spend quiet time with its family.

Frug - French Bulldog and Pug

The Frenchie Pug is a medium cross breed known for being alert, cheerful, curious, gentle, intelligent, lively, loving, loyal, playful, and stubborn. It is the cross of the
French Bulldog and Pug. The most common colors for Frenchie Pugs are black, black and tan, brown, cream, golden, merle, silver, speckled, spotted, and white. To keep it healthy, it will need to get exercise regularly. The Frenchie Pug commonly participates in agility and guarding.

Bulldach - English Bulldog and Dachshund

The English Bulldach, or simply Bulldach, is a medium cross breed known for being courageous and loyal. It is the cross of the Bulldog and Dachshund. The most
common colors for English Bulldaches are black, black and tan, brown, silver, and white. To keep it healthy, it will need to get exercise regularly. Known to be multi-talented, the English Bulldach participates in a wide variety of activities such as guarding, herding, and hunting.

Bulloxer - American Bulldog and Boxer

A cross between an American Bulldog and a Boxer is known as a ‘Bulloxer’. Belonging to the group of working dogs, Bulloxers are extremely clever and very friendly
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animals. Gregarious in nature, they make for a very valuable family member or a precious companion. They are very friendly to the children and other pets in the household too. These dogs are known to be smart and quick learners, and can be trained very well.

Daug - Dachshund and Pug

The Daug (also sometimes referred as Pugshund) is a cross between the wrinkly, curly-tailed Pug and the tiny sausage dog, Dachshund. They are very loving and playful dogs. Like other pug cross breeds, the daug tends to be a healthier
breed than a pure pug breed. They inherit more good and less bad from both parents, so you can be happy about a pug-like puppy with a dachshund’s temperament or vice versa. They love to be cuddled, are playful, and appearance-wise, look very cute and innocent.

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