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12 Super Adorable Crossbreed Dogs You’ve Gotta Have

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Crossbreeds are the best sort of dogs… Aren’t they just the cutest EVER in the world! Those innocent eyes, soft fur, cute paws…awww…SAHM just can’t get enough of puppies and dogs! And we’re not just talking about purebreed dogs here, but unusual and super adorable crossbreed dogs that we have found on the internet…and they’re

Crossbreeds are the best sort of dogs…

Aren’t they just the cutest EVER in the world! Those innocent eyes, soft fur, cute paws…awww…SAHM just can’t get enough of puppies and dogs!

And we’re not just talking about purebreed dogs here, but unusual and super adorable crossbreed dogs that we have found on the internet…and they’re making our hearts burst!

We know that by the end of this list, you’ll know you’ve just got to have one!

1. Pomsky (Pomeranian + Husky)

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These little guys are so very cute. Bred to bring out the Pomeranian body size and delicate build but also for the Husky patterns and colouration. When looking for any dog, it is important to find a good breeder that is looking at the best interest of the dog as some Pomeranians can have behavioural problems, but if you are able to find a proper licenced breeder, this dog will be the best friend that you could ever ask for.

Although they can be a little hard to find and are a relatively new breed, and this means that not too much is known about their personality, I definitely think breeders are on the right track with these little numbers…. their so cute!

2. Goldenshund (Golden Retriever + Dachshund)

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A gorgeous mix of two family friendly lovely breeds makes this dog the best of both worlds. Other than being obviously a very pretty animal, they are very intelligent and loyal pets that suit any type of lifestyle. They can range in size depending on whether the Dauschund or Golden Retriever stature is passed on.

Other than being the perfect pet and an attractive dog, I don’t think you could really go wrong with making this your new family pet.

3. Aussiepom (Australian Shepherd + Pomeranian)

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These pups are bred for their beautiful fluffy fur common for the Pomeranian breed and colourful pattern that is common for the Australian Shepherd. You end up with a smaller version of the Australian Shepherd with some Pomeranian physical attributes. They do require space, exercise and they don’t deal with being alone for long periods of time, they are one cute dog worth the attention though!

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4. Corgle (Corgi + Beagle)

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Both Corgi and Beagle are intelligent, loyal and family friendly dogs.The crossbreeding of these two breeds has created a wonderful dog that has a lively and high energy nature, making them a brilliant pet for families with children or for those who just want a walking buddy.

They can adjust really well to apartment life but do need to have some sort of indoor activity as they are known to take their boredom out on your furniture if left alone for long periods of time. They don’t have much ground clearance but I don’t think I could resist the all-around lovely nature and looks of this cross.

5. Whoodle (Wheaten Terrier + Mini-poodle)

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This crossbreed is quite a wonderful dog with their cute characteristics such as their long coat curly coat, gorgeous colouration, button noses and bright-eyed look. Not only does the breed bring out a lot of cuties, but their temperament matches the looks, a dog that is well known for their ability to pick up tricks fast and have the perfect docile nature that makes them so popular for family pets.

They are high energy dogs and do require walking or jogging but the reward will be a beautiful and healthy dog that would do anything for you.

6. Gerberian Shepsky (German Shepherd + Siberian Husky)

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The Gerberian Shepsky is a large breed dog that is commonly black, brown with dark markings but could be blue, red, white, cream, brown and white, pepper and salt/gray and light brown or golden colour. These dogs often have bright blue eyes or dual eyes coming from the Husky genetics. They have an extremely gentle and caring nature.

Their strength, obedience, trainability, and intelligence make them able to complete simple commands with only a couple of repeats. Like the German Shepherd and Husky, the Gerberian Shepsky does need regular exercise to maintain a healthy lifestyle for the animal and maybe even be a good reminder to get out for a bit too.

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7. Bernedoodle (Saint Bernard + Poodle)

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This cross between the high energy and intelligence of a poodle and the placid nature of the Bernese Mountain Dog has created a dog with lovely looks and a wonderful nature. This dog is also a low to non-shedder which makes it a great pet for people who have allergies. They are generally pure black, black-and-white, black-and-brown, or tri-colour but other colours can occur. This beautiful dog has a very loving temperament and does need time and a best friend that will spend time with their pet.

8. Cavapoochon (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel + Toy Poodle + Bichon Frise cross)

These little numbers are said to ‘never lose their baby face’ which makes them adorable throughout their lives. They usually come in colours such as apricot, ruby, and apricot with white with a lightly curled coat. Along with being a low to non-shedding dog with having low to medium energy levels, they make great pets for families and don’t need as much attention as some other breeds do, although they are lovable dogs and do require attention and the same love back.

9. Goldendoodle (Golden Retriever + Poodle)

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This intelligent and friendly pooch is your number one contestant for family life especially if you have a yard that seems to be missing one more family member. This breed is well known for its friendliness, trainability and playfulness making it a great breed for children because their docile nature can take about as much ear and fur pulling that kids can throw at them.

They tend to have a golden colour but can range to apricot and apricot and white, and their fur ranging from the Golden Retriever wave to the Poodle Curls. These wonderful animals do have a lot of energy to burn which means they make great exercise buddies.

10. Corman Shepherd (Corgi + German Shepherd’)

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Both original breeds of the Corman Shepherd, the Corgi and German Shepherd are well known for their intelligence and good nature and this has been clearly passed down to the Corman Shepherd. They are a high energy dog which makes it easy for them to keep up with you as you go about your daily life.

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They are great with children and the breed generally doesn’t like to be left alone for long periods as they become very close and loyal to their owners and they do appreciate time in a backyard to burn off some energy through play.

11. Yorkipoo (Yorkshire Terrier + Poodle)

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This little pup is perfect for an apartment or small dwelling life. With a lot of energy to burn, they also second as your walking buddy and they have an amazing ability to run, jump and play. Suiting new dog owners with a lot of love and affection to give, they make wonderful companions for those wanting a smaller dog with a big heart. A family friendly dog that is super cute and very playful, it sounds too good to be true… but it really isn’t!

12. Cavoodle (Cavalier + Poodle)

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The Cavoodle is an intelligent dog that will thrive with training and love. They are extremely kid and family friendly that they get on very well with other dogs and animals and are a really great breed for owners of all ages and lifestyles. They are generally not a very lazy breed and do love to play and exercise and this will help keep them happy and healthy.

Awww…just can’t get enough of these cuties!

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That’s it. I’m getting a Pomsky before the year ends!

Source: Stay at Home Mum

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