8 Of The Best Mixed Dog Breeds
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8 Of The Best Mixed Dog Breeds

There is nothing more beautiful than a mixed breed dog and these special breeds are the proof!

8 Of The Best Mixed Dog Breeds
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If you read my articles, then you will know that I love dogs. Growing up I would go through phases where I had specific favorite dogs, from dalmatians (I was obsessed with "101 Dalmatians" as a child) to pugs. Over the years though I have learned about the beauty that is mixed breeds. Besides the fact that mixed breeds are overall healthier and more natural than purebred dogs (an article for another day), mixed breed dogs are just so gorgeous. The more mixed a dog is the more unique and beautiful the dog is. The following are some of my favorite mixed dog breeds, all of which I hope to own at some point during my life, preferably all at once.

1. Aussiepom (Australian Shepard + Pomeranian).

Aussiepoms are the beautiful result of breeding an Australian Shepard and a Pomeranian together. These gorgeous dogs are very smart and have very good temperaments. They do not shed as much as Australian Shepards and are not as yappy as Pomeranians. Most importantly though these dogs require a lot of love and attention, so if you are a person that is not home often, this is definitely not the dog for you.

2. Cheagle (Chihuahua + Beagle).

I am overwhelmed by how precious the Cheagle is, a mix between a Chihuahua and a Beagle. These dogs are very friendly and are perfect for families. Just like Chihuahuas though, these dogs can get very overexcited and are full of energy. Just like the Aussiepom these dogs do not like to be left alone, so they are perfect for big families that have people home all the time or at least often.

3. Chusky (Chow Chow + Siberian Husky).

These giant fluff balls of love and joy are only for the more experienced of dog owners. Chuskys bond deeply with their owners and can be very protective of them. As the others, these dogs do not like to be left alone and due to their high energy require a great deal of activity and exercise. They are very loyal and beautiful dogs but definitely require a dedicated and loving owner.

4. Pomsky (Pomeranian + Siberian Husky).

This is one mixed breed that most people will know about because of how popular it has gotten over the past year. The Pomsky is the amazing result of a Pomeranian and a Siberian Husky. These dogs are very intelligent and love to play. Sometimes though they can inherit the stubbornness of Pomeranians and can be difficult to train. Despite their small size, these dogs are also very protective of their owners.

5. Bullmation (Bulldog + Dalmatian).

I was obsessed with Dalmatians when I was younger and I think I have found a new breed to be obsessed with. These beautiful dogs are very friendly and loving and are very good with kids (unlike Dalmatians on their own who can be very temperamental and bad with kids). Although this dog can be very protective of their owners, they are generally very friendly.

6. Goberian (Golden Retriever + Siberian Husky).

The Goberian is the result of a Golden Retriever and Siberian Husky and is a very large and friendly dog. These social and loyal dogs are very energetic and require a good amount of exercise and activity. They are very good with kids and love to play. These dogs are also very intelligent and are multi-talented, participating in activities such as guarding, hunting, and search and rescue.

7. Pitsky (Pit Bull and Siberian Husky).

It seems that Siberian Husky's are very popularly used in creating mixed breeds but I guess that is because the results are so positive and beautiful. The Pitsky is a very active and high energy dog that requires active families. They are loving and loyal and also do very well with children. They do not like to be left alone for long periods of time and may destroy items in the house if separation anxiety sets in.

8. Gerberian Shepsky (German Shepard + Siberian Husky).

These loyal and social dogs are the attractive result of a cross between a German Shepard and a Siberian Husky. Gerberian Shepskys are extremely intelligent and thereby can be trained quite easily. These dogs are also very strong and are good at working on farms and for police officers. Although they are very kind and friendly these dogs can be very protective of their owners.

So what do you think of these beautiful, mixed breeds? Are you already heading down to the nearest animal shelter to get your hands on one of them? Are there any other breeds that I didn't mention that you love?

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