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The Cutest Cross Breeds You Will Ever See

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Are you searching for that perfect new addition to your family or do you just love looking at pictures of cute dogs? Either way let us take you through a list of 40 of the cutest cross breeds around!

Cavador

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Cavador dogs are a mix between a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and a Labrador Retriever. They are small to medium sized dogs that are alert and pleasantly cheerful. The life expectancy of a Cavador is between 10 to 14 years. They are energetic, affectionate, intelligent, gentle, friendly and extremely playful.

Cavadors are also good-natured and enjoy being around people. They enjoy being close to their owners and are very gentle and lovable. Their qualities make them excellent playmates especially for children.

Its recommended that you walk a Cavador every day for at least 30 minutes as they are an active and energetic breed.

Bull Jack

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The Bull Jack is created by breeding a Bulldog and a Jack Russel. They are medium sized dogs that weigh around 30 to 45 pounds and their life expectancy is around 10 to 12 years. The Bull Jack is a mellow dog and can be the perfect addition to a loving family but also make great companions for someone who lives alone.

Bull Jacks are smart. They make great watchdogs and are protective of their owners. They are calm but also very playful and love to be outdoors. The typical Bull Jack generally gets along with people and loves to be around his or hers family.

Cava-Tzu

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The Cava-Tzu is a cross breed that is created when a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and a Shih-Tzu mate. The Cava-Tzu looks very similar to the Shih-Tzu and can easily be confused with one. They are well known for their funny attitude; adorable teddy bear looks; loving and playful nature.

The Cava-Tzu is loyal, affectionate and entertaining. He or she makes a terrific companion or family pet and is great with children. The life expectancy of a Cava-Tzu is between 10 to 15 years. A Cava-Tzu loves to be around people and can be quite modest although they love being the centre of attention when it suits them.

Labradoodle

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This is a cross between a Labrador retriever and a Poodle. It’s one of the more common cross breed dogs that is seen in todays society. This cute little dog originates from Australia and can often be compared to a child’s teddy bear with its teddy like features. Its temperament can be somewhat unpredictable, varying from dog to dog but normally these cross breeds have a very playful nature.

Labradoodles are full of energy and love to eat! They can be the ideal addition to any family but not only that, they are also widely used as guide dogs as they are very intelligent.

A pretty face and a high IQ, who wouldn’t want one of these pooches?

Cockapoo

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This fun loving and loyal Pooch is a mix between Cocker Spaniel and Poodle. They come in all shapes, sizes and colours depending on the parent dogs. These high energy domesticated animals are quite similar to their cousin the Labradoodle in the looks department as both cross breeds boast very cute features and generally friendly temperaments.

Cockapoo’s are easy to train and very affectionate, they love nothing more than snuggling up to their owners for cuddles. Some people believe that these dogs can be used as part of therapy, as their affectionate nature makes patients feel very calm and relaxed.

Who wants some cuddles?Then get yourself a Cockapoo!

Bernedoodle

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This gorgeous dog is the product of breeding a Bernese Mountain dog with a Poodle. If you are looking for loyalty and intelligence then this may just be the cross breed for you. The size of the Bernedoodle will vary and be determined by the size of the Poodle that is used during the breeding process. You could get a miniature Bernedoodle or one that is standard size.

They require at least 60 minutes of exercise per day, so if you are interested in a dog that sits in the house all day then maybe this won’t be the dog for you. Bernedoodles are easy to train and very attentive, they love nothing more than running about in the snow and cold weather as they boast a big furry coat that acts as the perfect shield for wind or low temperatures.

Beaglier

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This cute pooch is a mix of Beagle and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. These dogs have so much love to give and absolutely love receiving attention! Belly tickles, cuddles and petting, you name it and the Beaglier will want it. They are a fantastic family dog due to their affectionate and loving nature. Coming from the Beagle parent, these dogs have an amazing sense of smell and can often be found following their noses around trying to catch a particular scent!

With the correct training Beagliers can be used as hunting dogs and will often act as watchdogs even if just in the house. They will bark to let the owner know of anyone approaching the house wether it’s the postman or a visitor!

Do you want a companion that craves attention and loves cuddles? A Beaglier could be the dog for you.

Zuchon

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This designer dog is a mixture of a Bichon Frise and a Shih-Tzu. It is also know as a Schichon and this cute dog is known World wide for its gorgeous big eyes and cute face. If you aren’t looking for a pooch that is full of life and energy then this might be the one for you. Zuchons are full of energy however they do not require a lot of exercise. 30 minutes per day is normally enough time for them to run about outside. They will keep themselves entertained indoors by playing with toys and will also barking to let you know that there is someone at the door.

Another perk of this gorgeous little dog is that they don’t shed, so this can make them the ideal choice for someone who is not big into cleaning hairs of their furniture every couple of hours. They also don’t require much training and lets face it, they are just so cute!

I can’t think why anyone would not want to take one these cute little dogs home with them.

Pomapoo

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Pomapoos are a result of breeding Pomeranians with Toy Poodles. These cute little dogs could easily be mistaken for a child’s toy or teddy bear – but don’t let they’re charming looks fool you. Although these dogs are very cute and tend to be friendly, they may not be the best choice for any families with young children as they do not take too kindly to being squeezed or pushed around by young children.

These dogs do not require much exercise, 30 minutes per day should be enough and they are most certainly house dogs, they don’t really like the outdoors as much as other dogs.

If you are looking for a companion that doesn’t require much exercise but gives a lot of affection then a Pomapoo could be the one for you!

Cheagle

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The Cheagle is a small breed parented by a Chihuahua and a Beagle. They usually have a broad head and a snout that is similar to the Chihuahua. They typically have long ears and a curved tail that is similar to the Beagle.

Cheagles are very cute, energetic and loving dogs. They are also brave, affectionate, loyal, protective and playful. They have a life expectancy of around 10 to 15 years and are becoming more and more of a popular choice of pet. Those who do own a Cheagle have to make sure they provide a lot of attention and loving cuddles to their playful little pooch.

Cock-A-Tzu

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The Cock-A-Tzu is a small to medium sized dog that is created when crossing the Cocker Spaniel and the Shih-Tzu. Cock-A-Tzus have a similar body shape to the Cocker Spaniel and the fur coat of a Shih-Tzu. They have long bushy tails, floppy ears and round eyes that can sometimes be a yellow colour. They boast adorable teddy bear like faces!

A Cock-A-Tzus life expectancy is between 12 to 15 years. They make great companions and have many amazing qualities which include being loving, well behaved, intelligent, gentle, loyal and obedient. If you have young children the Cock-A-Tzu will make a nice addition to your family as they get along well with young children.

Dalmador

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The Dalmador is created when a Labrador Retriever and a Dalmatian breed. Dalmadors are cheerful, alert and extremely loving dogs. Most Dalmadors inherit the spotted fur of the Dalmatian but some inherit more of the Labrador Retriever characteristics. Their life expectancy is around 10 to 14 years and they can grow quite large in size!

Dalmadors are energetic, cheerful, intelligent, loyal, affectionate and protective of their owners. They are very friendly characters who love being around their owners and family members. If you already have pets or would like to expand the family then don’t worry the Dalmador is known to get on well with other small household pets.

Doxie Scot

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Doxie Scot dogs are a mixed cross breed that are developed when a Dachshund and a Scottish Terrier breed with eachother. They are small to medium sized dogs that have a life expectancy of around 12 to 14 years.

Doxie Scots are warm, loving and affectionate and they absolutely love being lap dogs to their owners. They are loyal, brave and protective of their owners and family members. When they are puppies they are very curious and playful. They love playing with their toys and are known to chew, so be careful leaving any shoes or slippers lying around or they might end up with some holes!

Fourche Terrier

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A Fourche Terrier is a cross between a West Highland White Terrier and a Yorkshire Terrier. Fourche Terriers may be small dogs but they have huge personalities and make wonderful watch dogs. They have pointed ears and a cute black button nose. The life expectancy of a Fourche Terrier is around 12 to 15 years. They are affectionate, cheerful, loyal, alert and independent dogs. They are also known to be quite silly characters who form an unbreakable bond with their companions.

Fourche Terriers are friendly with children but they do not take kindly to the pulling of their tails or any other roughness and pulling that could come from a small child. So if you have a small child and a Fourche Terrier, its best to always supervise the two together.

French Bull Dane

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The wonderful French Bull Dane is created by crossing a French Bulldog and a Great Dane. They are affectionate, loyal and fun pets to be around who have an unconditional love for their owners. This breed has not been around for long so there has not been as much documented on French Bull Danes in comparison to some other breeds.

What we do know is their appearance typically consists of small sturdy bodies similar to the French Bulldog along with the Pug-like nose and the pointy ears. Their tails vary and can be corkscrew like or straight and they also have round eyes and a big forehead. This small sized breed will generally be a great pet, although it can be stubborn to train its also easy to handle, sweet and affectionate.

American Bullhuahua

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This designer dog is a cross between an American Bulldog and a Chihuahua. These high energy dogs can vary in temperament depending on the parents. Bulldogs have a muscly stature and although they were originally bred and used for bloodsports, they are now used as protectors and naturally want to keep their owners safe. This combined with the sassiness of a Chihuahua makes for a very interesting cross breed.

These dogs do require daily exercise and shed hair all year round, so they can be quite a handful however you will be rewarded for your hard work with a loyalty that can’t be broken and unconditional love!

American Foxeagle

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The American Foxeagle is a result of the crossing between a Beagle and an American Foxhound. These cross breeds are not as popular as some of the other cross breeds that we have mentioned, however they are certainly just as cute! These gorgeous dogs are very family friendly and do require some training. Both parents have similar characteristics so it is only natural that this cross breed was always going to be an amazing hunter, however these talents will need to be nurtured very closely by its lucky owner.

These dogs are very easy to look after in terms of grooming and do not shed all year round. So if you are looking for a family friendly pet that is easy to look after, the American Foxeagle should definitely be on your list!

Basschshund

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This noble looking dog is the result of breeding a Basset Hound with a Dachshund. They are very lively little dogs and have tonnes of energy to burn. Basschshunds originate from the USA and they make the ideal companion for someone who doesn’t like to go outdoors too much. They are very family orientated and great around people.

They do shed a little bit of hair but not as much as some other dogs, so it wont be a full time job cleaning up after a Basschshund. These dogs do require some training to avoid them becoming stubborn dogs in their later life.

Bea-Tzu

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Bea-Tzus are small to medium sized dogs that are created by the crossing of Beagles and Shih-Tzus. They are known to be loving, loyal, intelligent and very protective of their owners. Bea-Tzu dogs are also known to be friendly and they get along with everyone.

They are quite slim; have a short body; short legs; a broad head; long ears; a curved tail and a heart shaped nose.

If you have a family then a Bea-Tzu would make a fine addition to your home. They are friendly and compassionate, especially around children. They are also very protective and make great watchdogs.

Border Beagle

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When a Border Collie and a Beagle breed, a beautiful Border Beagle puppy is created! The Border Beagle is generally known to be loving, lively, intelligent, energetic and very playful. They make a great companion in any household as they are great with small children and are fond of plenty of attention and love from their owners.

The average Border Beagle has a life expectancy of around 12 to 15 years. They are medium in size, have long floppy ears, a long bushy tail and four sturdy legs. They are also very energetic so they need regular exercise on a daily basis.

Boxachi

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When the Boxador and the Chihuahua mate, they become parents to a Boxachi. Small in size but highly alert and active the Boxachi is also known to be playful, loyal, brave and affectionate.

Boxachis are medium to small sized, they inherit the small face of the Chihuahua parent mixed with the wrinkles of Boxador. Their ears are usually semi-folded and they have a short muzzle. They are known for their round eyes, short legs and curled tail.

The loyal side of the Boxachi makes them highly fond of their owners. They can be active but it’s not uncommon to come across a Boxachi that isn’t as active as other dogs. The short stance of the Boxachi makes them perfect for apartment life.

Be-Apso

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The Be-Apso is the creation from breeding a Beagle with a Lhasa Apso. This very friendly and loyal dog prefers to sleep indoors, whilst getting out into the wild as much as it can during the day. This is probably because it adores getting attention but also loves to play with its owner and pretty much anyone who wants to play with it, which is why it makes such a great family pet. It is very friendly and has an amazing outgoing personality.

Be-Apsos are very inquisitive and need at least 30 minutes of exercise per day, preferably with a walk outdoors so it can have a good sniff around and take in all of the wonderful smells that nature has to offer.

Are you looking for an adorable companion that likes to stay indoors? Maybe a Be-Apso is the dog for you!

Pom-A-Pug

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This gorgeous cross breed dog is the result of breeding a Pomeranian with a Pug, two very beautiful pedigrees. Pom-A-Pugs are highly sought after designer dogs due to their beautiful appearance and affectionate nature. These dogs are extremely friendly and playful and eternally loyal. They are also quite easy to train and very well mannered which explains why they are so sought after.

Their size also adds to their appeal as they are just so tiny! As cute and tiny as they are they can have a sharp bark when it comes to warning their owners of anyone entering the house or any intruders. They really are the ideal dog for any household or family.

Pomsky

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If there was ever an award for the cutest dog alive the Pomsky would definitely come in the top 3, if not number 1! This gorgeous dog is a mix between a Pomeranian and a Husky. With two marvellous parents its easy to see how this dog inherited its cute face along with its wonderful coat.

The Pomsky is a highly intelligent dog with a playful nature however its temperament can vary depending on the parents of the dog. They are still quite new breeds within the industry and have only come onto the scene in the last 20 years, but it hasn’t taken long for this beautiful pooch to make an impact and take the doggy World by storm!

Frenchie-Pei

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The crossing of a French Bulldog and a Chinese Star Pei created the Frenchie-Pei. Although the breed is usually intended to be a 50/50 mix from both parents that is not always the case with this cross breed.

The hair of a Frenchie-Pei will vary and will either be short like the Sharpei or Soft and a little longer like the French Bulldog. They come in many different colours depending on the parent dogs. The face of a Frenchie-Pei will usually have a few wrinkles and a lot of skin on the neck.

Frenchie-Peis are smart dogs that are easily trained but they are known to be stubborn. They are loyal, easy going, playful and affectionate characters that are protective of their owners and their homes.

Giant Schnoodle

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Giant Schnoodles are a product of crossing a Standard Poodle and a Giant Schnauzer. They are often nicknamed the Giant Schnauzerpoo or Giant Schnauzerdoodle. They are an obedient breed which make terrific watchdogs and pride themselves on guarding their homes and their owners.

The expected lifespan of a Giant Schnoodle is between 10 to 13 years. For those who are allergic to dogs but would love one the panic is over as this cross breed is the product of two hypoallergenic parents.

Unlike a lot of the previous dogs in this article the Giant Schnoodle is a large sized dog that weighs in at around 60 to 85 pounds. He or she usually has floppy ears that hand low, a black nose and a thick coat of hair.

Goberian

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When a Golden Retriever and a Siberian Husky are crossed you get an adorable Goberian! The Goberian is a large sized dog that will vary in looks, some will have more Retriever traits and others will look more like the Husky parent. We do know that the coat of a Goberian will more than likely always be a mixture of colours and patterns that are inherited by both parents.

They require regular grooming and are known to shed a lot of fur. They are not ideal for a first time dog owner and can be quite difficult to train, so a lot of patience is required. The typical Goberian has a life expectancy of around 10 to 15 years, they also require a lot of exercise due to being large in size so be prepared for a lot of walks!

Golden Cocker Retriever

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The Golden Cocker Retriever is a medium to large sized dog that is parented by a Cocker Spaniel and a Golden Retriever. Also known as a Cogol or Dakota Sport Retriever this breed is very active, obedient and has an overall life expectancy of around 10 to 15 years.

Golden Cocker Retrievers are loyal and friendly to say the least, they are also highly intelligent and have a kind and gentle nature. The appearance of Golden Cocker Retrievers are a complimentary mixture of both parents. They usually have a broad head and blue or green coloured eyes. Their ears hang low and their tails either point up or turn over.

A Golden Cocker Retrievers loves to play fetch and participate in long walks. They are large dogs so they need regular exercise, at least 30 minutes a day.

Greyhound Shepherd

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The Greyhound Shepherd is a cross between two very unique breeds, a Greyhound and a German Shepherd. It’s very rare that you will come across this particular cross breed but it can occur from time to time. This hybrid designer dog will more than likely inherit strong characteristics from both parents. Characteristics include the speed, agility and gentle nature of a Greyhound and the intelligence, protectiveness and hard working traits of a German Shepherd.

A Greyhound Shepherd will be large in size, just like his or hers parents. Greyhound Shepherds are also very protective which makes them great watchdogs, they will always bark to notify you when someone is approaching the house, so warn the postman!

Jug

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The Jug is a designer dog that is developed by the crossing of a Jack Russell and a popular and much loved Pug. Jugs are fairly new and have only been around since the sixties, but they have quickly become one of the most popular cross breeds in recent time. The life span of a Jug will be between 12 to 15 years and he or she will be small in size.

Jugs are intelligent, affectionate, outgoing, entertaining and full of life. They love being around a family environment and are excellent around children. A Jug is easy to train and will be low maintenance when it comes to grooming.

Poogle

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This wavy furred miniature dog is the result of crossing a Poodle with a Beagle. They are most noticeably recognised for their signature wavy coat but there is much more to this adorable doggy than just its coat. The Poogle originates from the USA and has been around since the 1980’s.

This extremely intelligent pooch responds very well to training and loves nothing more than to show off with a new trick! They enjoy socialising not only with other Poogles but all sorts of dogs as they are very friendly. They get along really well with children and tend to be very protective which makes them the ideal addition to any family looking for a new dog.

Schnau-Tzu

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A Schnau-Tzu is the product of breeding a Miniature Schnauzer with a Shih-Tzu. This little dog can have a bit of a split personality. To its owner it will be very loyal and very affectionate, it will also be very loyal and even protective.

These all sound like great qualities and they are greta for the owner, but when it comes to other people and animals you might need to keep an eye on your cute little Schnau-Tzu. With these dogs being extremely protective they can be very timid around other animals and can become quite loud and intimidating. The best thing to do with these dogs is to introduce them to different breeds from a young age so that they feel less timid around them, this will help the situation for when they are older.

Scorkie

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The Scorkie is a result of mixing a Scottish Terrior and a Yorkshire Terrior. This small cute little dog may look very pretty and cute but don’t let that fool you, if you cross this dog it can pack a punch! This comes from both parents being Terriors, they are very protective by nature. They are fantastic dogs to own because they are so small and don’t require much exercise. They will only need to be walked once a day and prefer to live in the warmth of indoors.

As Scorkies are so protective they can get quite verbal however this will only happen if someone goes near them. If they are left to their own devices you wont hear a peep from them.

If you are looking for a loyal and protective pooch that doesn’t require much exercise than a Scorkie might just be the dog for you!

Shar-Poo

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This beautiful pooch is a cross between a Poodle and a Chinese Shar-Pei. It boasts a gorgeous coat which is either curly or wavy depending on the parents, but sheds very little.

Shar-Poos are fairly new and trendy designer dogs that are in high demand due to their appearance however there is more than meets the eye with these dazzling dogs. As the two parents are very different the temperament of these dogs can be very unpredictable. If it follows in the footsteps of the Poodle parent then it will be very friendly and great around kids however if it takes after the Shar-Pei parent then it prefers to have its alone time and can be more difficult to train.

Weeranian

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The Weeranian is cross breed that comes from mixing a Westie with a Pomeranian. These are the ideal dogs for any family that has young children and is looking to welcome a cute addition to the family! Weeranians are very hyper and absolutely crave attention! They live for cuddles and belly tickles and will follow their owners around everywhere.

The great thing is that even though they follow you everywhere you wont have a hard job cleaning up after them because they don’t really shed that much hair. They are very cute and small in size making them the ideal option for someone who lives in an apartment but is seeking a furry companion!

Malti-Poo

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The Malti-Poo is a very cute and petit hybrid dog that is growing increasingly popular especially in the UK. This is a cross breed that is parented by a Maltese and a Poodle. Malti-Poos are very small in size and will typically weigh around ten pounds. They make the perfect lapdog and can be described as cute and delicate with a pretty face.

The fur coat of a Malti-Poo may usually be more curly and Poodle like rather than Maltese like however it’s not uncommon for the hair of a Malti-Poo to be like the Maltese parent and appear straight, silky and long.

Daug

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The Daug is a small to medium sized dog thats is the product of crossing a Dachshund and a Pug. The Daug is a highly intelligent breed that has military style qualities such as herding, sighting and racing. They have a life span of around 12 to 15 years.

Daugs are smart, sweet and very loving dogs. They will typically weigh around 15 to 25 pounds and most will have short hair that can vary between being wiry or fine. Their tails can be curly like a pug or sometimes straight and curved. The body of a Daug will generally be long and they will have short legs like a Dachshund. Usually the face of a Daug will not be as flat as a Pug which means they will have less breathing problems.

Westiepoo

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This gorgeous little dog is a mixture between a Westie and a Poodle. Westiepoos are extremely friendly and love being around people and especially children as they can be very hyper and full of energy. They don’t shed much hair which makes them perfect for someone who lives in an apartment but they do require a lot of attention!

They originate from the USA and first came into the public eye in the early 1970’s. Westiepoos are considered designer dogs and can be very picky eaters! They do require quite a bit of training, its best to start training them as early as possible and to have them socialise with other dogs from a very early age to ensure that it’s friendly nature shines through.

Yorkie Russell

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Yorkie Russells are a mixture of Yorkshire Terrior and Jack Russell. Like both of its parents, these dogs are very loyal to their owners and very protective. This is a bonus for the owner but not so much for other people. Yorkie Russells barks tend to be bigger than their bite as these dogs can get very loud to warn their owners of other people coming into the house or intruders. It is thought that these dogs can get quite loud in order to compensate for their size. They can also be very loud when they are showing gratitude for receiving attention, these dogs love lots of attention!

Mini Golden Doodle

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This gorgeous dog is a mix between a Golden Retriever and a Mini Poodle. Taking its parents characteristics like the Mini Poodle, this cross breed is quite small in size but has a lot of love to give! It loves nothing more than being around its owner to receive cuddles and attention.

Mini Golden Doodles make the perfect family pet as they are great around little children and can be very protective. Unfortunately with these dogs they can suffer from serious medical conditions so you might be in store for a hefty vet bill. This is not guaranteed with all dogs but they are more susceptible to medical conditions. These dogs are full of energy and will usually require about 30 minutes of exercise per day.

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