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Today’s Most Adorable Designer Dog Breeds Part 2 Dogs 101
Not too long ago, we presented to you our list of ten most adorable designer dog breeds. Well, leave a link in the description, in case you missed it.
Immediately, you guys brought to our attention that we had indeed missed out on some truly adorable hybrid dogs. So, what are we to do? A Part 2, of course. Let’s take a look at More of the Most Adorable Designer Dog Breeds.
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OK, this one might not be the dog you thought we’d start out with. While the Pitsky may not be conventionally attractive, he is adorable in his own way. The Pitsky is a mixture of a Pit Bull and a Husky and he showcases the strongest traits of each parent.
You’ll see the bright light-colored eyes of the husky, as well as his ears, right alongside the more boxy and sturdier body of the Pit Bull.
He can be an absolute nightmare to train, but he is loyal to the bone. He may not be for everyone, but we think he is cool! What do you think about the Pitsky? Cute or Not? Comment Below.
9. Golden Dox / Golden Wiener
If you want the perfect family pet that unlike the Pitsky tends to be highly trainable, grab yourself a Golden Wiener.
You get the long, low body of the Dachshund mixed with the Golden Retrievers adorable face and beautiful, flowing, long hair. Seriously, we just want to hold a Golden Wiener all day and night. Seriously, who wrote this?
As we mentioned in our first video about Designer Dogs (linked in the card), the portmanteau naming convention of hybrid breeds does lead to a bit of puerile humor.
The Cheagle is a tiny breed with the thick body of a beagle and the small size of the Chihuahua. The Cheagle is full of energy, super social, and always ready to play.
If you are looking for a dog that has the compact, portable size of a toy breed but the fun-loving and gentle nature of a Beagle, the Cheagle may be just what you are looking for.
Having inherited the high energy levels of the Jack Russell Terrier, he is extremely active. He is a perfect family dog, getting along well with children and elderly people, as well as other dogs.
The Jack-A-Poo is a highly energetic, tiny breed that loves to play and get feisty with its owner.
He is smart he requires a lot of attention or else you are going to start finding all sorts of things chewed up around the house. Still, how could you stay mad at this face?
The Aussiedoodle looks like an animal pulled right off of a child’s show. This crossbreed is made up of the Australian Shepherd and the Poodle.
You end up with is a large dog with the body coloring of an Aussie and the curly fur of the poodle.
The coloring on this dog has to be seen in order to be believed. He’s truly a unique designer dog.
The Shichon gives you the small size of the Shih Tzu and the friendly disposition of the Bichon Frise. Why choose between two wonderful dog breeds when you can have the best of both in one lovable pup?
The Shichon is a friendly and affectionate little dog that loves to be around family. He is generally good with kids, though you need to be sure that your children know how to handle a small dog properly.
The Shichon dog is lively and he loves to play which makes him a great choice for active families. This dog forms a strong bond with his family members and he tends to get along well with other dogs and even the car.
This “designer dog” is the combination of Bichon Frise and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. The result is a sweet-tempered, fuzzy ball of fluff that can make a lovely companion for the right person.
If you’re looking for an aggressive guard dog, this designer combination is definitely not the right choice for you. Rather than being aggressive, Cavachons are quite the opposite. They are gentle, accepting and tolerant (for the most part). This makes them a good pet option for families with children, as well as for households where there are other pets.
Even though Cavachons have quite a bit of hair, they do not shed very much at all. As with several of the designer dogs, some breeders and owners assert that these dogs are hypoallergenic to some degree and cause less reaction in people who have dander allergies.
Apparently, the Husky is one of the more popular breeding partners in the world of designer dogs, possibly just short of the Poodle and the Bichon.
The Horgi is a mixture of the Husky and the Corgi and the result is something straight out of an adorable cartoon.
He is a low bodied, wolf looking breed that mixes the Husky’s coloring with the Corgi’s squat body.
The Horgi is neither as far as a Corgi nor as thin and athletic as a Husky. This breed is super well mannered and very intelligent.
Tiny and adorable, the Morkie is an affectionate crossbreed who loves people and pets. The Morkie is playful and will chase a ball for quite some time.
He will surely keep older children busy playing and then cuddle up in their beds to sleep.
The Morkie attaches to his family quickly. His love for the family can create a problem when he needs to be left alone, as he tends to suffer from separation anxiety.
It would be difficult for a Cavapoo not to be charming. Both of his parent breeds (the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and the Miniature or Toy Poodle) are outgoing, loving and playful, not to mention adorable. The Cavapoo generally weighs 12 to 25 pounds, making him a comfortable size for most homes or for your RV.
He is not necessarily the best watchdogs. He is more likely to greet visitors and intruders alike … with a smile and a wagging tail.
Which Designer Dogs do you think are the cutest? Did we miss any in our two lists? We know you guys will let us know. We’ll join you in the comments.
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