Dog Crossbreeds

Dog Crossbreeds

There are plenty of gorgeous dog breeds that originate from all around the world. In fact, there are so many breeds that it's often hard to choose which one is the best for you.

We can never get enough of dogs and that's why (among other reasons) many breeders across the world started breeding two or more breeds together in order to create dogs with some amazing traits from both of their parent breeds.

Some dogs were crossed with Poodles, or other non-shedding dog breeds in order to inherit their hypoallergenic fur. This resulted in plenty of "poo" or “doodle” cross breeds that have coats less likely to cause allergic reactions in people.

However, there are some cross-breeds that were bred in order to create some of the most adorable puppies that you will ever see. For instance, huskies are often used in crossbreeding because of their blue eyes. Needless to say, puppies often inherit their eye pigment and become sensationally cute.

Are you ready to discover what are some of the cutest crossbreeds out there? Let's start!

German Pei - German Shepherd + Shar Pei


Looking for a fierce guard dog of unique appearance? German Pei is just what you need. This beautiful blend of the Chinese Shar-Pei and German Shepherd has emerged only recently. They are intelligent and independent dogs that have a very calm and stable temperament but can be stubborn at times. Their stubbornness is due to the fact that both of this breed's parents are highly independent. Therefore, this unique-looking cross might not be the best choice for first time owners.

Goberian - Golden Retriever + Siberian Husky

Doggy member Xena

Can there be a more perfect mix than this one? Goberian puppies can often look more like Golden Retrievers, but they inherit a Husky's eye color as well as some fur markings. In addition to being one of the physically most appealing crossbreeds out there, it seems that the crossbreeding of these two dogs turned out really well for Goberian's personality too. Goberians are resistant and independent as Huskies but are still friendly and sweet like Goldies. Couldn't be better right?

Sheepadoodles - Poodles + Old English Sheepdog

Doggy member Gunner

If you love dogs that look like giant balls of fluff then Sheepadoodle is the perfect kind for you. The beauty of this dog is not only that he's highly trainable and smart as his Poodle parents, but he also has Old English Sheepdog's easy-going personality that just makes Sheepadoodles a perfect companion to just anyone! Depending on the size of their Poodle parent, these beautiful dogs can come in three different sizes - standard, small and toy.

Schnoodle - Poodle + Schnauzer

Doggy member Yannick

Schnoodles are a wonderful cross of Poodles and Schnauzers. Both of its parent breeds have hypoallergenic fur which makes them a great choice for people prone to allergies. They are not only perfect to cuddle with, but they are also playful, smart and active. They enjoy games, and make good therapy dogs as well. In addition, these sturdy pups are very loyal to their owners and love to please them even during their training sessions!

Pomsky - Pomeranian + Siberian Husky

Doggy member Blue

One of the cutest small crossbreeds is definitely Pomsky - the blend of a Pomeranian and Siberian Husky. Not only do they inherit that stunning husky eye color, but they usually have their fur markings too! What they keep from Pomeranian genes is usually their small size as well as their silly and playful temperament. Pomsky is one of the crossbreeds that quickly became popular all around the world. However, new Pomsky owners should be aware that these dogs like being in the center of attention quite a lot. Therefore, he's definitely not among dog breeds that tolerate being alone.

Aussie Corgi - Pembroke Welsh Corgi + Australian Shepherd


The Aussie Corgi, also known as Augi, is a cross of the Australian Shepherd and the Pembroke Welsh Corgi. Being the "child" of two herding breeds, the Aussie Corgi will be similarly hard working and smart as its parents. Don't let their short legs full you, these puppers will love running in nature, so unless you're an outdoorsy person that loves staying active, getting an Augi might be too much for you.

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