The 15 Most Popular Hybrid Dog Breeds

We live in a world in which customization is a way of life. We want things now and we want them perfect from the start. We tailor all our clothes. We order custom cars online instead of going to the dealership, and we even order custom sandwiches and cakes from our local supermarket to have at lunch. We do the same when it comes to dogs. While many people agree that it’s best to adopt rather than shop, some people want a dog that’s custom-made – or bred. Hybrid dogs are very popular. They’re usually a mix of two different purebreds, and they’re in high demand.  Here are some of the most popular hybrid dog breeds.

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Yorkipoo

What’s cuter than a Yorkshire terrier or a poodle? Only the mixture of the two! These little dogs are so cute and so sweet. They stay little forever because of their small parentage, and they’re cute as a button. They have a lot of the qualities of a yorkie with the furry body of a poodle, which makes them the most adorable dogs you’ll ever see. They’re in high demand, and people love them endlessly. They’re willing to pay a pretty penny for these little puppies, and they stay on waiting lists for long periods of time.

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Cockapoo

It’s the first of the designer dogs. It’s small, cute, and absolutely worth having. It’s a cocker spaniel and a poodle. It’s a very happy dog with a fetching personality (pun intended). The cockapoo is sweet and good-natured, easy to train and perfect for a family with kids or without. They love attention and they’re very loyal, which makes them excellent pets. They have the kind of endearing personality that makes them very desirable by people who want a dog they can cuddle and take with them when they travel. They’re very sweet little creatures.

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EngAm Bulldog

Bulldogs are a favorite among many pet owners, but not all of them know that they can breed and American bulldog with an English bulldog and get the cutest puppies in the world. These dogs are beyond sweet and just adorable. They have big personalities and big bodies. It’ll be around 50 pounds when it’s full grown, but it’s also going to be very kind. It’s a brave dog that often gets a bad rap for being an aggressive dog. However, when properly trained, they’re not at all aggressive unless their owner tells them to protect.

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Frug

If you want a small dog, this is the one for you. It’s made from a French bulldog and a pug, and it’s pretty new. It has the same smooshed face as the pug, and the best characteristics of both breeds. These dogs are sweet, but they do have a temper. It will take some training to ensure this puppy behaves at home, so it’s good for someone who is home often and has the patience to teach the dog to behave in a way that’s appropriate and not overwhelming.

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Wolf Dogs

These dogs are absolutely beautiful. Some people are a little scared of them, however. They’re very big, and very sweet, but they’re also very playful and very affectionate. Typically, these dogs are bred from Arctic Tundra wolves, and they’re very intelligent. They learn quickly and will not hesitate to protect their own. They are mixed with just about any type of domestic dog, which makes them all look a bit different. The idea of having a wolf as a pet is a little intimidating to some, but they’re wonderful pets with beautiful personalities.

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Corgi Dalmation

Pembroke Welsh Corgis and Dalmations make beautiful babies. These hybrid dogs are very popular and very high in demand. People want them because they’re not huge, but they’re not small either. They’re the perfect size, and they are so sweet. They get about a foot tall and weigh around 25 pounds. They’re loyal and very intelligent, and they are active. They’re also very gentle and do very well around kids, no matter what size they are. Most of these dogs are perfect in big families, and they enjoy indoor and outdoor living. They’re also very obedient, which is great for big families.

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St. Berdoodle

If you’re going to pick a dog that’s cute just because he’s cute, this is the one to choose. The very large St. Bernard mixed with a poodle makes, hands down, the cutest little dog in the world. Of course, they’re not going to stay too small forever. The best part about anything bred with a poodle is the hypoallergenic fur it’s born with. However, in addition to that, these dogs are exceptionally protective, loyal and fun-loving. They will do anything to protect their own, which makes them exceptionally unique and very worth owning.

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Puggle

People love this type of hybrid. It stems, in my opinion, from the fact that people just love pugs with their wrinkly little faces. The puggle is the mixture of a beagle and a pug. It’s small and friendly, and it’s going to make a great family dog for those with kids. They’re active and fun-loving, and they are going to have big personalities. These dogs do very well around kids, because they’re like kids themselves. They love to play, to run and to explore, and they love attention. They’ll work well in a big family or one that loves to be outdoors a lot.

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Schnoodle

Schnauzers and poodles make cute babies. These adorable dogs aren’t big, but they’re not too small. They make wonderful lap dogs. They’re just like their parents in that they are very friendly, very family-oriented, and they want to be what you want them to be. They’re good for your own personal therapeutic needs and they’re good performers. They’re easy to teach and train, which makes them great dogs for busy families. They have a beautiful coat, which makes them one of the loveliest dogs in the hybrid category. They’re exceptionally loyal and very trustworthy.

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Peekapoo

This little dog is another popular hybrid because it stays small. It’s got a cute face that sort of reminds you of those gremlins from that movie that was so popular in the 80s. These dogs are a mixture of Pekingese and poodles and they’re adorable. What’s so great about this type of hybrid is the fact that they are so loyal and affectionate. They take the best qualities from their parentage and use them to their advantage, to make their new owners fall madly in love with them. They’re a great hybrid dog for those who want to have a loyal, affectionate animal that does well with kids.

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Maltipoo

These might be the most famous designer dog in the world. It all started when Jessica Simpson got one for herself when she had her reality television show, and people just lined up to have their own. This is the perfect mixture of a maltese and a poodle, and they’re such sweet dogs. They don’t get very big, and they’re easy to train. They’re gentle, fun-loving and very affectionate. They’re lap dogs who love attention, so they’re not for people that travel often and require a lot of help in taking care of them. You’ll want this dog with you at all times.

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Labradoodle

It’s another of the bigger designer dogs, and it’s one that you just can’t help but love. This dog has a special face that’s just half Labrador retriever and half poodle, and it’s so cute you can’t help but fall madly in love. These dogs are very friendly, and very active. They’re going to be very easy to teach, and very easy to manage, and they’re going to make your family very happy. What you’re going to get with this dog is one that loves kids, loves to be outside and loves to follow instructions, which is great for busy families.

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Goldador

What’s more fun than a big dog with a big personality? This dog is a hybrid that people are lying up to purchase. It’s a cross between a full-blooded Labrador retriever and a golden retriever. They’re big, beautiful and very playful. They’re also perfect for the family that wants to have a dog that is active and ready to play. You’ll get plenty of exercise with a dog like this, but it’s going to cost you. These dogs are very expensive since they are ‘custom-made’ dogs. In the past, they were mutts; today, they’re designer dogs bred to be a specific breed.

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Goldendoodle

What a beautiful dog. The perfect mix between a poodle and a gold retriever, it’s large and lovely. It has the body of a golden retriever and the fur of a poodle, which makes him fluffy and friendly. This big dog is going to fiercely protect your family. He is going to make you his number one priority and do whatever it takes to make you happy. He’s going to protect, care, and nurture. He’s going to be gentle at home with the kids, and have fun when it’s appropriate.

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Maltese Shih Tzu

This is a designer dog, and it’s a popular one. It’s also one of the very few that is not mixed with a poodle in any way shape or form. This designer dog is one that comes from easy to understand parentage; it’s a maltese and shih tzu. This means his personality is going to be one that is very sweet, very loyal, and probably a bit hyper. These dogs love to explore and to be paid a lot of attention. They like to be the center of attention, and they’re going to want to spend as much time as possible on your lap and playing with your kids.

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