Keeshond malamute mix

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Keeshond vs Alaskan Malamute Comparison – Which dog is better Dutch Barge Dog or Mal?

Temperament Agile
Obedient
Quick
Intelligent
Bright
Playful
Sturdy Affectionate
Dignified
Loyal
Devoted
Friendly
Playful Intelligent Rank

Very smart: Keeshond is an excellent dog breed.

Average: Alaskan Malamute's has average obedience intelligence.

Trainability

Keeshonds are quite easy to train.

Alaskan Malamutes are easy to train.

Playfulness

Keeshonds, like any other dog breed, like playing.

The Alaskan Malamute is a playful breed.

Sensitivity Level

Keeshonds don't like an irregular daily routine, noisy household and frequent guest visits.

They are a little bit more sensitive than other dog breeds.

Affection Level

Keeshonds are genuinely loyal, soft and gentle, loving and affectionate dogs toward their handlers.

Alaskan Malamutes are average dogs regarding their affection level.

Social Needs

Keeshonds are a social breed.

Alaskan Malamutes are a social breed.

Barking

High: The Keeshond is a very vocal breed.

Low to Average: The Alaskan Malamute rarely barks.

Watchdog Ability

Keeshonds are good watchdogs.

Alaskan Malamutes are one of the best watchdogs.

Territorial

Keeshonds are average defenders.

Alaskan Malamutes are extremely protective guard dogs.

Biting Potential Low

The Keeshond has a low chance of biting somebody.

Moderate

The Alaskan Malamute has an average chance of biting somebody.

Mouthiness

Keeshonds have an average tendency to nip, chew, play-bite, or herd people.

Alaskan Malamutes have an average tendency to nip, chew, play-bite, or herd people.

Impulse to Wander or Roam

Keeshonds tend to escape less than other breeds.

Alaskan Malamutes have high wanderlust potential, which means that this breed has a strong desire for exploring the world.

Prey Drive

Keeshonds have an average prey drive, which means that they don't have a high impulse to chase and catch something like a cat or any other small aminals, but it might happen.

Alaskan Malamutes have a higher impulse to chase and catch something than other dog breeds.

Apartment Friendly

Keeshonds are not the best choice for an apartment lifestyle, but they don't mind being inside if you walk them several times every day.

Alaskan Malamutes are not apartment-friendly dogs.

Adaptability

Keeshonds adapt very well to lifestyle changes and basically all living environments.

Alaskan Malamutes adapt to lifestyle changes and different living environments quite okay usually.

Tolerates Being Left Alone

Keeshonds do best when a family member is at home during the day or if their workplace is dog-friendly so they can take the dog at work.

Alaskan Malamutes do best when a family member is at home during the day or if their workplace is dog-friendly so they can take the dog at work.

Fighting Dog Not really

In history, this breed was not really used for combat dog.

Yes

In history, this breed was unfortunately used for combat dog.

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List of Mix Breed Dogs

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  • Ba-Shar - (Basset Hound x Shar-Pei mix)
  • Bagle Hound - (Basset Hound x Beagle mix)
  • Balonkatese - (Maltese x Russkaya Tsvetnaya Bolonka mix)
  • Bascottie - (Basset Hound x Scottish Terrier mix)
  • Baseagle - (Basenji x Beagle mix)
  • Baskimo - (American Eskimo x Basset Hound mix)
  • Bassador - (Basset Hound x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Basschshund - (Basset Hound x Dachshund mix)
  • Basselier - (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Basset Hound mix)
  • Basset Bluetick - (Basset Hound x Bluetick Coonhound mix)
  • Basset Bordeaux - (Basset Hound x Dogue de Bordeaux mix)
  • Basset Foxhound - (Basset Hound x Foxhound mix)
  • Basset Heeler - (Basset Hound x Blue Heeler mix)
  • Basset Jack - (Basset Hound x Jack Russell Terrier mix)
  • Basset Retriever - (Basset Hound x Golden Retriever mix)
  • Basset Shepherd - (Basset Hound x German Shepherd mix)
  • Bassetoodle - (Basset Hound x Poodle mix)
  • Bassky - (Basset Hound x Siberian Husky mix)
  • Bassmatian - (Basset Hound x Dalmatian mix)
  • Basston - (Basset Hound x Boston Terrier mix)
  • Bassugg - (Basset Hound x Pug mix)
  • BD Terrier - (American Bulldog x Bull Terrier mix)
  • Be-Apso - (Beagle x Lhasa Apso mix)
  • Bea Griffon - (Beagle x Brussels Griffon mix)
  • Bea-Tzu - (Beagle x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Beabull - (Beagle x Bulldog mix)
  • Beacol - (Beagle x Bearded Collie mix)
  • Beagi - (Beagle x Pembroke or Cardigan Welsh Corgi mix)
  • Beagleman - (Beagle x Doberman Pinscher mix)
  • Beaglemation - (Beagle x Dalmatian mix)
  • Beagle Chin - (Beagle x Japanese Chin mix)
  • Beagle Pit - (Beagle x Pit Bull mix)
  • Beagle Point - (Beagle x Pointer mix)
  • Beagle Sheltie - (Beagle x Shetland Sheepdog mix)
  • Beagle Shepherd - (Beagle x German Shepherd mix)
  • Beaglier - (Beagle x Cavalier King Charles mix)
  • Beaglolo - (Beagle x Bolognese mix)
  • Beago - (Beagle x Golden Retriever mix)
  • Beardoodle - (Bearded Collie x Poodle mix)
  • Beaski - (Beagle x Siberian Husky mix)
  • Beauceroodle - (Beauceron x Poodle mix)
  • Bebasset Bordeaux - (Beagle x Basset Hound x Dogue de Bordeaux mix)
  • Belgian Shepadoodle - (Belgian Shepherd x Poodle mix)
  • Belusky - (Belgian Malinois x Siberian Husky mix)
  • Bernedoodle - (Bernese Mountain Dog x Poodle mix)
  • Bernefie - (Bernese Mountain Dog x Newfoundland mix (pronounced burn-ah-fee)
  • Berner Chow - (Bernese Mountain Dog x Chow Chow mix)
  • Berner Dane - (Great Dane x Bernese Mountain Dog mix)
  • Bernese Cattle Dog - (Bernese Mountain Dog x Australian Cattle Dog mix)
  • Bernese Rottie - (Bernese Mountain Dog x Rottweiler mix)
  • Bich-poo - (Bichon Frise x Poodle mix)
  • Bichomo - (American Eskimo x Bichon Frise mix)
  • Bichon-A-Ranian - (Bichon Frise x Pomeranian mix)
  • Bichon Yorkie - (Bichon Frise x Yorkshire Terrier mix)
  • Biton - (Bichon Frise x Coton de Tulear mix)
  • Black and Tan Coonoodle - (Poodle x Black and Tan Coonhound mix)
  • Black and Tan Coonshepherd - (Black and Tan Coonhound x German Shepherd mix)
  • Black and Tan Labhound - (Black and Tan Coonhound x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Black Mouth Pom Cur - (Black Mouth Cur x Pomeranian mix)
  • Black Russian Wolfhound Terrier (Black Russian Terrier x Irish Wolfhound mix)
  • Bloodahouli - (Bloodhound x Catahoula mix)
  • Blue Blood Cane Corso - (Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog x Cane Corso mix)
  • Blue Spaniel - (Australian Cattle Dog x Cocker Spaniel mix)
  • Blue-Tzu Heeler - (Australian Cattle Dog x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Bluetick Coonoodle - (Bluetick Coonhound x Poodle mix)
  • Bluetick Coonhound Harrier - (Bluetick Coonhound x Harrier mix)
  • Bluetick Rat Terrier - (Bluetick Coonhound x Rat Terrier mix)
  • Bluetick Walker - (Bluetick Coonhound x Treeing Walker Coonhound mix)
  • Bo-Dach - (Boston Terrier x Dachshund mix)
  • Bo-Jack - (Boston Terrier x Jack Russell Terrier mix)
  • Bocker - (Beagle x Cocker Spaniel mix)
  • Bodacion - (Border Collie x Dalmatian mix)
  • Boerboel Pei - (Boerboel x Shar Pei mix)
  • Boerboel Pit - (Boerboel x Pit Bull Terrier mix)
  • Boglen Terrier - (Beagle x Boston Terrier mix)
  • Bogle - (Beagle x Boxer mix)
  • Bolo-chi - (Bolognese x Chihuahua mix)
  • Bolo-Tzu - (Bolognese x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Bologco - (Bolognese x Cocker Spaniel mix)
  • Bololgnese Bolonka - (Bichon Bolognese x Russian Tsvetnaya Bolonka mix)
  • Bolonauzer - (Bolognese x Schnauzer mix)
  • Bolonoodle - (Bolognese x Poodle mix)
  • Bolosilk - (Bolognese x Silky Terrier mix)
  • Borador - (Border Collie x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Bordeaux Pitbull - (Dogue de Bordeaux x Pit Bull mix)
  • Border-Aussie - (Australian Shepherd x Border Collie mix)
  • Border Beagle - (Border Collie x Beagle mix)
  • Border Bluetick Collie - (Border Collie x Bluetick Coonhound mix)
  • Border Collie Bernard - (Border Collie x Saint Bernard mix)
  • Border Collie Britt - (Border Collie x Brittany Spaniel mix)
  • Border Collie Bull Staffy - (Border Collie x Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix)
  • Border Collie Cocker - (Border Collie x Cocker Spaniel mix)
  • Border Collie Lakeland - (Border Collie x Lakeland Terrier mix)
  • Border Collie Pit - (Border Collie x Pit Bull Terrier mix)
  • Border Collie Pyrenees - (Border Collie x Great Pyrenees mix)
  • Border Heeler - (Border Collie x Australian Cattle Dog (Blue Heeler) mix)
  • Border Jack - (Border Collie x Jack Russell Terrier mix)
  • Border Malamute Collie - (Border Collie x Alaskan Malamute mix)
  • Border Malamute Terrier - (Border Terrier x Alaskan Malamute mix)
  • Cattle Collie Dog - (Australian Cattle Dog x Collie mix)
  • Cattle Shepherd - (Australian Cattle Dog x German Shepherd mix)
  • Caucasian Husky - (Caucasian Shepherd Dog x Husky mix)
  • Caucasian Staffy Bull - (Caucasian Shepherd Dog x Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix)
  • Cav-A-Malt - (Cavalier King Charles x Maltese mix)
  • Cav-A-Mo - (American Eskimo x Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix)
  • Cava-Chin - (Cavalier King Charles x Japanese Chin mix)
  • Cava-Corgi - (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Pembroke Welsh Corgi mix)
  • Cav-A-Jack - (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Jack Russell Terrier mix)
  • Cava Inu - (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Shiba Inu mix)
  • Cava-lon - (Cavalier King Charles x Papillon mix)
  • Cava-Tzu - (Cavalier King Charles x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Cavachon - (Bichon Frise x Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix)
  • Cavador - (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Cavanese - (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Havanese mix)
  • Cavapom - (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Pomeranian mix)
  • Cavapoo - (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Poodle mix)
  • Cavaton - (Cavalier King Charles x Coton de Tulear mix)
  • Cava-Shell - (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Shetland Sheepdog mix)
  • Cavestie - (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x West Highland White Terrier mix)
  • Cavottish - (Cavalier King Charles x Scottish Terrier mix)
  • Chabrador - (Chow Chow x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Chatham Hill Retriever - (Flat-Coated Retriever x Cocker Spaniel mix)
  • Chatterdale - (Chihuahua x Patterdale mix)
  • Cheagle - (Chihuahua x Beagle mix)
  • Cheeks - (Chihuahua x Pekingese mix)
  • Cheenese - (Chihuahua x Havanese mix)
  • Cherokee Monarch - (Papillon x Russian Toy Terrier mix)
  • Chesa-Poo - (Chesapeake Bay Retriever x Poodle mix)
  • Chesador - (Chesapeake Bay Retriever x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Crested Boxer - (Chinese Crested x Boxer mix)
  • Chestie - (Chihuahua x West Highland White Terrier mix)
  • Chi Apso - (Chihuahua x Lhasa Apso mix)
  • Chi-Chi - (Chihuahua x Chinese Crested mix)
  • Chi-Chon - (Bichon Frise x Chihuahua mix)
  • Chidale - (Chihuahua x Airedale Terrier mix)
  • Chi-Poo - (Chihuahua x Poodle mix)
  • Chi-Spaniel - (Chihuahua x Cocker Spaniel mix)
  • Chi Staffy Bull - (Chihuahua x Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix)
  • Chigi - (Chihuahua x Corgi mix)
  • Chilier - (Cavalier King Charles x Chihuahua mix)
  • Chimation - (Chihuahua x Dalmatian mix)
  • Chimo - (Chihuahua x American Eskimo Dog mix)
  • Chin Crested - (Chinese Crested x Japanese Chin mix)
  • Chin-Fenpinscher - (Affenpinscher x Japanese Chin mix)
  • Chin-Ocker - (Cocker Spaniel x Japanese Chin mix)
  • Chin-Pin - (Miniature Pinscher x Japanese Chin mix)
  • Chin-wa - (Chihuahua x Japanese Chin mix)
  • China Jack - (Chinese Crested x Jack Russell Terrier mix)
  • Chinaranian - (Chinese Crested x Pomeranian mix)
  • Chineranian - (Japanese Chin x Pomeranian mix)
  • Chinese Crestepoo - (Chinese Crested x Poodle mix)
  • Chinese Crestese - (Chinese Crested x Maltese mix)
  • Chinese Frise - (Bichon Frise x Chinese Crested mix)
  • Chion - (Chihuahua x Papillon mix)
  • Chipin - (Chihuahua x Miniature Pinscher mix)
  • Chipit - (Chihuahua x American Pit Bull Terrier mix)
  • Chisenji - (Chihuahua x Basenji mix)
  • Chiweenie - (Chihuahua x Dachshund mix)
  • Chiwoxy - (Chihuahua x Wire Fox Terrier mix)
  • Chizer - (Chihuahua x Miniature Schnauzer mix)
  • Chonzer - (Bichon Frise x Miniature Schnauzer mix)
  • Chorkie - (Chihuahua x Yorkshire Terrier mix)
  • Chow Hound Basset - (Chow Chow x Basset Hound mix)
  • Chow Pei - (Chow Chow x Shar Pei mix)
  • Chowpit - (Chow Chow x American Pit Bull Terrier mix)
  • Chow Shepherd - (Chow Chow x Shepherd mix)
  • Chug - (Chihuahua x Pug mix)
  • Chusky - (Chow Chow x Siberian Husky mix)
  • Chussel - (Brussels Griffon x Chihuahua mix)
  • Chuvasz - (Chow Chow x Kuvasz mix)
  • Carillon - (Cairn Terrier x Papillon mix)
  • Clumber Lab - (Clumber Spaniel x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Clumber Pei - (Clumber Spaniel x Chinese Shar Pei mix)
  • Clumberton - (Clumber Spaniel x Bedlington Terrier mix)
  • Cluminger Spaniel - (Clumber Spaniel x English Springer mix)
  • Clumberstiff - (Clumber Spaniel x Bullmastiff mix)
  • Cock-A-Chon - (Bichon Frise x Cocker Spaniel mix)
  • Cock-A-Mo - (American Eskimo x Cocker Spaniel mix)
  • Cock-A-Tzu - (Cocker Spaniel x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Cockalier - (Cavalier King Charles x Cocker Spaniel mix)
  • Cockapin - (Cocker Spaniel x Miniature Pinscher mix)
  • Cockapoo - (Cocker Spaniel x Poodle mix)
  • Cocker Griffon - (Cocker Spaniel x Brussels Griffon mix)
  • Cocker Jack - (Cocker Spaniel x Jack Russell Terrier mix)
  • Cocker-Pei - (Cocker Spaniel x Chinese Shar Pei mix)
  • Cocker Pug - (Cocker Spaniel x Pug mix)
  • Cocker Sheltie - (Cocker Spaniel x Shetland Sheepdog mix)
  • Cocker-Ton - (Cocker Spaniel x Coton de Tulear mix)
  • Cocker Weim - (Cocker Spaniel x Weimaraner mix)
  • Cocker Westie - (Cocker Spaniel x West Highland White Terrier mix)
  • Cocker Wheaten - (Cocker Spaniel x Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier mix)
  • Cockeranian - (Cocker Spaniel x Pomeranian mix)
  • Cockerbull - (Cocker Spaniel x English Bulldog mix)
  • Cockinese - (Cocker Spaniel x Pekingese mix)
  • Cojack - (Jack Russell Terrier x Pembroke Welsh Corgi mix)
  • Collie Pyrenees - (Collie x Great Pyrenees mix)
  • Colonial Cocker Spaniel - (American Cocker Spaniel x English Cocker Spaniel mix)
  • Confetti Australian Shepherd - (Australian Shepherd x Miniature Schnauzer mix)
  • Copica - (Corgi x Cockapoo mix)
  • Corgi Basset - (Basset Hound x Welsh Corgi mix)
  • Corgi Bichon - (Corgi x Bichon Frise mix)
  • Corgi Cattle Dog - (Australian Cattle Dog x Pembroke Welsh Corgi mix)
  • Corgi-Flat - (Corgi x Flat-Coated Retriever mix)
  • Corgi Pit - (Welsh Corgi x American Pit Bull Terrier mix)
  • Corgi Pointer - (Corgi x Pointer mix)
  • Corgi Pug - (Welsh Corgi x Pug mix)
  • Corgi Schip - (Welsh Corgi x Schipperke mix)
  • Corgidor - (Labrador Retriever x Corgi mix)
  • Corgipoo - (Corgi x Poodle mix)
  • Corgiranian - (Corgi x Pomeranian mix)
  • Corillon - (Papillon x Pembroke Welsh Corgi mix)
  • Corkie - (Cocker Spaniel x Yorkie mix)
  • Corman Shepherd - (Corgi x German Shepherd mix)
  • Corpin - (Corgi x Miniature Pinscher mix)
  • Corsengi -(Welsh Corgi x Basenji mix)
  • Corswiss - (Welsh Corgi x Greater Swiss Mountain Dog mix)
  • Cortese - (Welsh Corgi x Maltese mix)
  • Cosheltie - (Collie x Shetland Sheepdog mix)
  • Coton-Beagle - (Coton de Tulear x Beagle mix)
  • Coton Bolonka - (Coton de Tulear x Russian Tsvetnaya Bolonka mix)
  • Coton Chin - (Coton de Tulear x Japanese Chin mix)
  • Coton Eskimo - (American Eskimo x Coton de Tulear mix)
  • Coton Mi-ki - (Coton de Tulear x Miki mix)
  • Coton Schnauzer - (Coton de Tulear x Miniature Schnauzer mix)
  • Coton Tzu - (Coton De Tulear x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Cotonese - (Coton de Tulear x Maltese mix)
  • Cotralian - (Cocker Spaniel x Australian Shepherd mix)
  • Cotralian - (Cocker Spaniel x Standard, Miniature or Toy Australian Shepherd mix)
  • Coydog - (Domestic Dog x Coyote mix)
  • Crested Apso = (Chinese Crested x Lhasa Apso mix)
  • Crested Beagle - (Chinese Crested x Beagle mix)
  • Crested Cavalier - (Chinese Crested x Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix)
  • Crested Chin - (Chinese Crested x Chin mix)
  • Crested Cocker - (Chinese Crested x Cocker Spaniel mix)
  • Crested Havanese - (Chinese Crested x Havanese mix)
  • Crested Malt - (Chinese Crested x Maltese mix)
  • Crested Peke - (Chinese Crested x Pekingese mix)
  • Crested Schnauzer - (Chinese Crested x Miniature Schnauzer mix)
  • Crested Tzu - (Chinese Crested x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Crested Westie - (Chinese Crested x West Highland White Terrier)
  • Crestoxie - (Chinese Crested x Dachshund mix)
  • Croatian Sheepsky - (Croatian Sheepdog x Siberian Husky mix)
  • Crustie - (Chinese Crested x Yorkshire Terrier mix)
  • Cursset - (Black Mouth Cur x Basset Hound mix)

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  • Dach-Griffon - (Dachshund x Brussels Griffon mix)
  • Dachsador - (Dachshund x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Dachsi Apso - (Dachshund x Lhasa Apso mix)
  • Dachsweiler - (Dachshund x Rottweiler mix)
  • Daisy Dog - (Bichon x Poodle x Shih-Tzu mix)
  • Dalmadoodle - (Dalmatian x Poodle mix)
  • Dalmador - (Labrador Retriever x Dalmatian mix)
  • Dalmatian Heeler -(Dalmatian x Australian Cattle Dog mix)
  • Dalmatian Husky - (Dalmatian x Siberian Husky mix)
  • Dalmatian Springer - (Dalmatian x English Springer Spaniel mix)
  • Dameranian - (Dachshund x Pomeranian mix)
  • Dane Shepherd - (Great Dane x German Shepherd mix)
  • Daniff - (Great Dane x Mastiff mix)
  • Dashalier - (Dachshund x Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix)
  • Daug - (Dachshund x Pug mix)
  • Decker Brat - (Decker Hunting Terrier x Boston Terrier mix)
  • Doberman Greyhound - (Doberman Pinscher x Greyhound mix)
  • Doberdane - (Doberman Pinscher x Great Dane mix)
  • Doberdor - (Doberman Pinscher x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Doberghan - (Doberman Pinscher x Afghan Hound mix)
  • Doberman Bulldog - (Doberman Pinscher x Bulldog mix)
  • Doberman Collie - (Doberman Pinscher x Collie mix)
  • Doberman Pit - (Doberman Pinscher x American Pit Bull Terrier mix)
  • Doberman Shepherd - (Doberman Pinscher x German Shepherd mix)
  • Dobie-Basset - (Doberman Pinscher x Basset Hound mix)
  • Dobie Heeler - (Doberman Pinscher x Australian Cattle Dog mix)
  • Dobie Schnauzer - (Doberman Pinscher x Schnauzer mix)
  • Dobieton - (Doberman Pinscher x Boston Terrier mix)
  • Dobocker - (Doberman Pinscher x Cocker Spaniel mix)
  • Dobsky - (Doberman Pinscher x Old English Sheepdog mix) 
  • Docker - (Dachshund x Cocker Spaniel mix)
  • Dogue Brasileiro - (Bull Terrier x Boxer mix)
  • Dogue de Boxer - (Boxer x Dogue de Bordeaux mix)
  • Doguedoodle - (Dogue de Bordeaux x Poodle mix) 
  • Doodleman Pinscher - (Doberman x Standard Poodle mix)
  • Dorgi - (Dachshund x Corgi mix)
  • Dorkie - (Dachshund x Yorkshire Terrier mix)
  • Doubull-Mastiff - (Bullmastiff x Mastiff mix)
  • Double Doodle - (Goldendoodle x Labradoodle mix)
  • Doxie Cairn - (Cairn Terrier x Dachshund mix)
  • Doxie-Chin - (Dachshund x Japanese Chin mix)
  • Doxie-Chon - (Bichon Frise x Dachshund mix)
  • Doxie Heeler - (Australian Cattle Dog x Dachshund)
  • Doxie Scot - (Dachshund x Scottish Terrier mix)
  • Doxie-Pin - (Dachshund x Miniature Pinscher mix)
  • Doxie-Pit - (Dachshund x American Pit Bull Terrier mix)
  • Doxiemo - (Dachshund x American Eskimo Dog mix)
  • Doxiepoo - (Dachshund x Poodle mix)
  • Doxle - (Beagle x Dachshund mix)
  • Dualanese - (Bolognese x Havanese mix) 
  • Dusky - (Dachshund x Siberian Husky mix)
  • Dutchie Chow Shepherd - (Dutch Shepherd x Chow Chow mix)

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  • English Bull Staffy - (English Bulldog x American Staffordshire Terrier mix)
  • English Bull-Walker - (Bulldog x Treeing Walker mix)
  • English Bullweiler - (English Bulldog x Rottweiler mix)
  • English Bulldog Terrier - (English Bulldog x Bull Terrier mix)
  • English Bully Staffy Bull Terrier - (English Bulldog x Staffordshire Bull Terrier mix)
  • English Coonoodle - (English Coonhound x Poodle mix)
  • English Cotralian - (English Cocker Spaniel x Standard, Miniature or Toy Australian Shepherd mix)
  • English King - (Cavalier King Charles x English Toy Spaniel mix)
  • English Lhasa Bull - (English Bulldog x Lhasa Apso mix)
  • English Mastahoula - (English Mastiff x Louisiana Catahoula Leopard Dog mix)
  • English Mastweiler - (Mastiff x Rottweiler mix)
  • English Neo Bull - (Bulldog x Neapolitan Mastiff mix)  
  • English Presa Bulldog - (English Bulldog x Presa Canario mix)
  • English Spanador - (English Cocker Spaniel x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • English Spantriever - (English Cocker Spaniel x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • English Speagle - (Beagle x English Toy Spaniel mix)
  • English Springerman - (Doberman Pinscher x English Springer Spaniel mix)
  • English Sprointer - (English Pointer x English Springer Spaniel mix)
  • English Toy Chin Spaniel - (English Toy Spaniel x Japanese Chin mix)
  • English Toy Cocker Spaniel - (Cocker Spaniel x English Toy Spaniel mix)
  • English Toy Griffon - (Brussels Griffon x English Toy Spaniel mix)
  • English Toy Papillon - (Papillon x English Toy Spaniel mix)
  • English Toy Spanese - (English Toy Spaniel x Pekingese mix)
  • Entlebucher Pit - (Entlebucher Mountain Dog x American Pit Bull Terrier mix)
  • Elk-a-Bee - (Norwegian Elkhound x Beagle mix)
  • Eskapoo - (American Eskimo Dog x Poodle mix)
  • Eskenji - (American Eskimo x Basenji  mix)
  • Eskidor - (American Eskimo x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Eskifon - (American Eskimo x Brussels Griffon mix)
  • Eskijack - (American Eskimo x Jack Russell Terrier mix)
  • Eskimo Chi - (American Eskimo x Chihuahua mix)
  • Eskimo Chin - (Chin x American Eskimo Dog mix)
  • Eskimo Pit - (American Pit Bull Terrier x American Eskimo Dog mix)
  • Eskimo Schnauzer - (American Eskimo x Schnauzer mix)
  • Eskland - (American Eskimo x Shetland Sheepdog mix)
  • Euro Mountain Sheparnese - (Bernese Mountain Dog x German Shepherd mix)
  • Ewokian - (Havanese x Pomeranian mix)

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  • Faux Frenchbo Bulldog - (Boston Terrier x French Bulldog mix)
  • Fila Tosa - (Fila Brasileiro x Japanese Tosa mix)
  • Flandoodle - (Bouvier des Flandres x Poodle mix)
  • Fo-Chon - (Bichon Frise x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Fo-Tzu - (Shih Tzu x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Foodle - (Poodle x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Fourche Terrier - (Westie x Yorkshire Terrier mix)
  • Foxhoodle - (Fox Hound x Poodle mix)
  • Foxingese - (Pekingese x Fox Terrier mix)
  • Foxker - (Cocker Spaniel x Fox Terrier mix)
  • Foxton - (Boston Terrier x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Foxy Rat Terrier - (American Rat Terrier x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Foxy Russell - (Jack Russell Terrier x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Free-Lance Bulldog - (French Bulldog x Bulldog mix)
  • French Buillon - (French Bulldog x Papillon mix)
  • French Bull Dane - (French Bulldog x Great Dane mix)
  • French Bull Jack - (French Bulldog x Jack Russell Terrier mix)
  • French Bull Rat Terrier - (French Bulldog x American Rat Terrier mix)
  • French Bull Terrier - (French Bulldog x Bull Terrier mix)
  • French Bull Tzu - (French Bulldog x Shih Tzu mix)
  • French Bull Weiner - (French Bulldog x Dachshund mix)
  • French Bullhuahua - (French Bulldog x Chihuahua mix)
  • French Bullnese - (French Bulldog x Pekingese mix)
  • French Bulloxer - (Boxer x French Bulldog mix)
  • French Bullweiler - (French Bulldog x Rottweiler mix)
  • French Masti-Bull - (French Bulldog x Mastiff mix)
  • French Mastahoula - (French Mastiff x Louisiana Catahoula Leopard Dog mix)
  • French Pin - (French Bulldog x Miniature Pinscher mix)
  • French West Highlander - (French Bulldog x West Highland White Terrier mix)
  • Frenchie Bichon - (French Bulldog x Bichon Frise mix)
  • Frenchie Labrador - (French Bulldog x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Frenchie-Pei - (French Bulldog x Chinese Shar Pei mix)
  • Frenchie Pug - (French Bulldog x Pug mix)
  • Frenchie Shepherd - (French Bulldog x German Shepherd mix)
  • Frenchie Staff - (French Bulldog x American Staffordshire Terrier mix)
  • Frenchnese - (French Bulldog x Havanese mix)
  • Frengle - (French Bulldog x Beagle mix)
  • Froodle - (French Bulldog x Poodle mix)

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  • Gerberian Shepsky - (German Shepherd x Siberian Husky mix)
  • German Anatolian Shepherd - (German Shepherd x Anatolian Shepherd mix)
  • German Australian Shepherd - (German Shepherd x Australian Shepherd mix)
  • German Groenendael - (German Shepherd x Belgian Shepherd mix)
  • German Hund Pointer - (German Wirehaired Pointer x Dachshund mix)
  • German Longhaired Sprointer - (German Longhaired Pointer x English Springer Spaniel mix)
  • German Malinois - (Belgian Malinois x German Shepherd Dog mix)
  • German Pointeraner - (German Shorthaired Pointer x Weimaraner mix)
  • German Sheprador - (German Shepherd Dog x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • German Shorthair Toller - (German Shorthaired Pointer x Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever mix)
  • German Shorthaired Lab - (German Shorthaired Pointer x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • German Shorthaired Pointerpoodle - (German Shorthaired Pointer x Poodle mix)  
  • German Shorthaired Sprointer - (German Shorthaired Pointer x English Springer Spaniel mix)
  • German Shorthaired Weimaraner - (German Shorthaired Pointer x Weimaraner mix)
  • German Wirehaired Lab - (German Wirehaired Pointer x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • German Wirehaired Newfie - (German Wirehaired Pointer x Newfoundland mix)
  • German Wirehaired Pointing Vizsla - (German Wirehaired Pointer x Vizsla mix)
  • German Wirehaired Pointing Wolfhound - (German Wirehaired Pointer x Irish Wolfhound mix)
  • German Wirehaired Sprointer - (German Wirehaired Pointer x English Springer Spaniel mix)
  • German Yorkie Shepherd - (German Shepherd x Yorkshire Terrier mix)
  • Germanees - (German Shepherd x Great Pyrenees mix)
  • Giant Bolonauzer - (Bolognese x Giant Schnauzer mix)
  • Giant Border Schnollie - (Border Collie x Giant Schnauzer mix)
  • Giant Irish Wolf Schnauzer - (Giant Schnauzer x Irish Wolfhound mix)
  • Giant Kerry Blue Schnauzer - (Giant Schnauzer x Kerry Blue Terrier mix)
  • Giant Komondauzer - (Giant Schnauzer x Komondor mix)
  • Giant Ratzer - (Giant Schnauzer x Rat Terrier mix)
  • Giant Schnauzer Chin - (Japanese Chin x Giant Schnauzer mix)
  • Giant Schnoodle - (Giant Schnauzer x Standard Poodle mix)
  • Giant Wauzer - (Westie x Giant Schnauzer mix)
  • Giant Wire Hair Snauzer - (Giant Schnauzer x Wire Fox Terrier mix)
  • Glechon - (Beagle x Bichon Frise mix)
  • Goberian - (Golden Retriever x Siberian Husky mix)
  • Golden Akita Retriever - (Golden Retriever x Akita mix)
  • Golden Border Retriever - (Golden Retriever x Border Collie mix)
  • Golden Boxer - (Golden Retriever x Boxer mix)
  • Golden Bulldog - (Golden Retriever x Bulldog mix)
  • Golden Bullmastiff Retriever - (Bullmastiff x Golden Retriever mix)
  • Golden Cavalier - (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Golden Retriever mix)  
  • Golden Chow Retriever - (Golden Retriever x Chow Chow mix)
  • Golden Cocker Retriever - (Cocker Spaniel x Golden Retriever mix)
  • Golden Dox - (Golden Retriever x Dachshund mix)
  • Golden Indian Dog - (Golden Retriever x Native American Indian Dog mix)
  • Golden Irish - (Golden Retriever x Irish Setter mix)
  • Golden Jack Retriever - (Golden Retriever x Jack Russell Terrier mix)
  • Golden Labrador - (Golden Retriever x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Golden Mountain Dog - (Golden Retriever x Bernese Mountain Dog mix)
  • Golden Newfie - (Golden Retriever x Newfoundland mix)
  • Golden Pei - (Chinese Shar Pei x Golden Retriever mix)
  • Golden Pyrenees - (Golden Retriever x Great Pyrenees mix)
  • Golden Rottie Retriever - (Golden Retriever x Rottweiler mix)
  • Golden Saint - (Golden Retriever x Saint Bernard mix)
  • Golden Sammy - (Golden Retriever x Samoyed mix)
  • Golden Sheltie - (Golden Retriever x Sheltie mix)
  • Golden Shepherd - (Golden Retriever x German Shepherd mix)
  • Golden Tibetan Tertriever - (Golden Retriever x Tibetan Terrier mix)
  • Goldenapso Retriever - (Golden Retriever x Lhasa Apso mix)
  • Goldendale - (Golden Retriever x Airedale Terrier mix)
  • Goldenshire - (Golden Retriever x Yorkshire Terrier mix)
  • Goldendoodle - (Golden Retriever x Poodle mix)
  • Goldmaraner - (Golden Retriever x Weimaranermix)
  • Goldmation - (Golden Retriever x Dalmatian mix)
  • Gollie - (Golden Retriever x Collie mix)
  • Gordon Sheltie - (Gordon Setter x Shetland Sheepdog mix)
  • Great Bernese - (Bernese Mountain dog x Great Pyrenees mix)
  • Great Cambrian Shepherd - (Great Pyrenees x Welsh Sheepdog mix)
  • Great Danebull - (American Pit Bull Terrier x Great Dane mix)
  • Great Danesky - (Great Dane x Siberian Husky mix)
  • Great Danoodle - (Great Dane x Poodle mix)
  • Great Dasenji - (Great Dane  x Basenji mix)
  • Great Golden Dane - (Golden Retriever x Great Dane mix)
  • Great Keeshees - (Great Pyrenees x Keeshond mix)
  • Great Pyredane - (Great Dane x Great Pyrenees mix)
  • Great Weimar - (Great Dane x Weimaraner mix)
  • Great Wirehaired Gryfenees - (Wirehaired Pointing Griffon x Great Pyrenees mix)
  • Great Wolfhound - (Great Pyrenees x Irish Wolfhound mix)
  • Greater Swiss Mountain Dane - (Greater Swiss Mountain Dog x Great Dane mix)
  • Greater Swiss Rottweiler - (Greater Swiss Mountain Dog x Rottweiler mix)  
  • Greater Welsh Corswiss - (Welsh Corgi x Greater Swiss Mountain Dog mix)
  • Greyador - (Greyhound x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Greybull Pit - (American Pit Bull Terrier x Greyhound mix)
  • Greyhound Shepherd - (Greyhound x German Shepherd mix)
  • Griffairn Terrier - (Brussels Griffon x Cairn Terrier mix)
  • Griffichon - (Bichon Frise x Brussels Griffon mix)
  • Griffon-Pei - (Brussels Griffon x Chinese Shar-Pei  mix)
  • Griffonese - (Brussels Griffon x Pekingese mix)
  • Griffonland - (Brussels Griffon x West Highland White Terrier mix)
  • Griffonshire - (Brussels Griffon x Yorkshire Terrier mix)

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  • Hava-Apso - (Havanese x Lhasa Apso mix)
  • Hava-Boston - (Havanese x Boston Terrier mix)
  • Hava-Jack - (Havanese x Jack Russell Terrier mix)
  • Hava Klee - (Havanese x Alaskan Klee Kai)
  • Hava-Welsh - (Havanese x Welsh Terrier mix)
  • Hava-Wheat - (Havanese x Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier mix)
  • Havachin - (Havanese x Japanese Chin mix)
  • Havachon - (Bichon Frise x Havanese mix)
  • Havaco - (Havanese x Cocker Spaniel mix) 
  • Havallon - (Havanese x Papillon mix)
  • Havamalt - (Havanese x Maltese mix)
  • Havanestie - (Havanese x West Highland Terrier mix)
  • Havapeke - (Havanese x Pekingese mix)
  • Havashire - (Havanese x Yorkshire Terrier mix)
  • Havashu - (Havanese x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Havaton - (Coton de Tulear x Havanese mix)
  • Heeler Pei - (Australian Cattle Dog x Chinese Shar-Pei mix)
  • Highland Maltie - (West Highland White Terrier (Westie) x Maltese mix)
  • Hovie Gold Retriever - (Hovawart x Golden Retriever mix)
  • Jafox - (Japanese Chin x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Jaland - (Japanese Chin x West Highland White Terrier mix)
  • Japanese Spitz Chi - (Japanese Spitz x Chihuahua mix)
  • Japanese Thai Ridgespitz - (Japanese Spitz x Thai Ridgeback mix)
  • Japeke - (Japanese Chin x Pekinese mix)
  • Japillon - (Japanese Chin x Papillon mix)
  • Japug - (Japanese Chin x Pug mix)
  • Jarkie - (Japanese Chin x Yorkshire Terrier mix)
  • Jatese - (Japanese Chin x Maltese mix)
  • Jatzu - (Japanese Chin x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Jug - (Jack Russell x Pug mix)

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  • Kashon - (Bichon Frise x Cairn Terrier mix)
  • Kerry Blue Schnauzer - (Kerry Blue Terrier x Schnauzer mix)
  • Kerrblushcnauz - (Kerry Blue Terrier x Miniature Schnauzer mix)
  • Kerry Wheaten - (Kerry Blue Terrier x Soft-Coated Wheaten mix)
  • Kimola - (American Eskimo x Lhasa Apso mix)
  • King Cavrin - (Cavalier King Charles x Cairn Terrier mix)
  • King Charles Yorkie - (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Yorkshire Terrier mix)
  • King Pin - (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Miniature Pinscher mix)
  • King Rat - (Cavalier King Charles x Rat Terrier mix)
  • King Schnauzer - (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Miniature Schnauzer mix)
  • King Wheaten - (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier mix)
  • Kobetan - (Cocker Spaniel x Tibetan Terrier mix)

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  • Lab'Aire - (Airedale Terrier x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Lab Pei - (Labrador Retriever x Shar Pei mix)
  • Lab-Pointer - (Labrador Retriever x Pointer mix)
  • Labahoula - (Labrador Retriever x Louisiana Catahoula Leopard Dog mix)
  • Labany - (Labrador Retriever x Brittany Spaniel mix)
  • Labbe - (Beagle x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Labernard - (Labrador Retriever x Saint Bernard mix)
  • Labernese - (Labrador x Bernese Mountain Dog mix)
  • Labloodhound - (Bloodhound x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Labmaraner - (Labrador Retriever x Weimaraner mix)
  • Labollie - (Labrador Retriever x Collie mix)
  • Labrabull - (Labrador Retriever x American Pit Bull Terrier mix)
  • Labradane - (Labrador Retriever x Great Dane mix)
  • Labradinger - (English Springer Spaniel x Lab mix)
  • Labradoodle - (Labrador Retriever x Poodle mix)
  • Labradoodle Miniature - (Labrador Retriever x Toy or Miniature Poodle mix)
  • Labrador Corso - (Labrador Retriever x Cane Corso Italiano mix)
  • Labraheeler - (Labrador Retriever x Australian Cattle Dog mix)
  • Labrahuahua - (Labrador Retriever x Chihuahua mix)
  • Labrakita - (Labrador Retriever x Akita mix)
  • Labralas - (Labrador Retriever x Vizsla mix)
  • Labrasenji - (Labrador Retriever x Basenji  mix)
  • Labrastaff - (Labrador Retriever x American Staffordshire Terrier mix)
  • Labrottie - (Labrador Retriever x Rottweiler mix)
  • La-Chon - (Bichon Frise x Lhasa Apso mix)
  • Lacasapoo - (Cock-A-Poo x Lhasa Apso mix)
  • La Pom -(Pomeranian x Lhasa Apso mix)
  • LeoBerner - (Leonberger x Bernese Mountain Dog mix)
  • Lha-Basset - (Basset Hound x Lhasa Apso mix)
  • Lha-Cocker - (Cocker Spaniel x Lhasa Apso mix)
  • Lhasa-Corgi - (Corgi x Lhasa Apso mix)
  • Lhasa-Coton - (Coton de Tulear x Lhasa Apso mix)
  • Lhasa Pin - (Lhasa Apso x Miniature Pinscher mix)
  • Lhasa Vendeen - (Lhasa Apso x Petit Basset Griffon Vendeen mix)
  • Lhaffon - (Brussels Griffon x Lhasa Apso mix)
  • Lhasalier - (Cavalier King Charles x Lhasa Apso mix)
  • Lhasanese - (Lhasa Apso x Pekingese mix)
  • Lhasapoo - (Lhasa Apso x Poodle mix)
  • Lhatese - (Lhasa Apso x Maltese mix)

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  • Malamute Pei - (Alaskan Malamute x Shar Pei mix)
  • Mal-Shi - (Maltese x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Malanees - (Alaskan Malamute x Great Pyrenees mix) 
  • Malchi - (Chihuahua x Maltese mix)
  • Mali-dutchie - (Belgian Malinois x Dutch Shepherd mix)
  • Malinois Greyhound - (Belgian Malinois x Greyhound mix)
  • Malinios Mastiff - (Belgian Malinois x Mastiff mix)
  • Malinois X - (Belgian Malinois x German Shepherd Dog mix)
  • Mally Foxhound - (Alaskan Malamute x Foxhound mix)
  • Malteagle - (Beagle x Maltese mix)
  • Malti-Pin - (Maltese x Miniature Pinscher mix)
  • Malti-Poo - (Maltese x Poodle mix)
  • Malti-Pug - (Maltese x Pug mix)
  • Maltichon - (Maltese x Bichon mix)
  • Maltipom - (Maltese x Pomeranian mix)
  • Malton - (Cavachon x Maltese mix)
  • Maspyr - (Mastiff x Great Pyrenees mix)
  • Mastador - (Mastiff x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Mastapeake - (Mastiff x Chesapeake Bay Retriever mix)
  • Masti-Bull - (Mastiff x Bulldog mix)
  • Mastidoodle - (Mastiff x Poodle mix)
  • Mastiff Shepherd - (Mastiff x German Shepherd mix)
  • Mauxie - (Dachshund x Maltese mix)
  • Mauzer - (Maltese x Miniature Schnauzer mix)
  • Meagle - (Beagle x Miniature Pinscher mix)
  • Mi-kitese - (Maltese x Mi-Ki mix)
  • Mi-orkie - (Mi-Ki x Yorkshire Terrier mix)
  • Min Pin Frise - (Bichon Frise x Miniature Pinscher mix)
  • Min Pin Shepherd - (Miniature Pinscher x German Shepherd mix)
  • Mini Australian Shepterrier - (Australian Terrier x Miniature Australian Shepherd mix)
  • Mini Bolonauzer - (Bolognese x Miniature Schnauzer mix)
  • Mini Cairn Pin - (Cairn Terrier x Miniature Pinscher mix)
  • Mini Chisoxy - (Mini Fox Terrier x Chihuahua mix)
  • Mini English Cocker - (Dachshund x English Cocker Spaniel mix)
  • Mini Fo-Chon - (Bichon Frise x Mini Fox Terrier mix)
  • Mini Fo-Tzu - (Shih Tzu x Mini Fox Terrier mix)
  • Mini Foodle - (Poodle x Mini Fox Terrier mix)
  • Mini Fox Beagle - (Mini Fox Terrier x Beagle mix)
  • Mini Fox Pinscher - (Miniature Pinscher x Mini Fox Terrier mix)
  • Mini Foxie Doxie - (Mini Fox Terrier x Dachshund mix)
  • Mini Foxillon - (Miniature Fox Terrier x Papillon mix)
  • Mini Foxingese - (Pekingese x Mini Fox Terrier mix)
  • Mini Foxker - (Cocker Spaniel x Mini Fox Terrier mix)
  • Mini Foxton - (Boston Terrier x Mini Fox Terrier mix)
  • Mini Foxy Rat Terrier - (American Rat Terrier x Mini Fox Terrier mix)
  • Mini Foxy Russell - (Jack Russell Terrier x Mini Fox Terrier mix)
  • Mini Jafox - (Japanese Chin x Mini Fox Terrier mix)
  • Mini Kerry Blue Schnauzer - (Kerry Blue Terrier x Miniature Schnauzer mix)
  • Mini King Schnauzer - (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Miniature Schnauzer mix)
  • Mini Poxer - (Pug x Mini Fox Terrier mix)
  • Mini Ratzer - (Miniature Schnauzer x Rat Terrier mix)
  • Mini Schnauzer Chin - (Japanese Chin x Miniature Schnauzer mix)
  • Mini Scottish Fox Terrier - (Scottish Terrier x Mini Fox Terrier mix)
  • Mini St. Bernard - (Saint Bernard x Cocker Spaniel mix)
  • Mini Torkie - (Mini Fox Terrier x Yorkie mix)
  • Mini Toy Foxter - (Mini Fox Terrier x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Mini Wire Hair Snauzer - (Miniature Schnauzer x Wire Fox Terrier mix)
  • Mini Yorkshire Aussie - (Miniature Australian Shepherd x Yorkshire Terrier mix)
  • Miniature Ausseippet - (Whippet x Miniature Australian Shepherd mix)
  • Miniature Aussiedoodle - (Miniature Australian Shepherd x Miniature Poodle mix)
  • Miniature Border Schnollie - (Border Collie x Miniature Schnauzer mix)
  • Miniature Boxer - (Boston Terrier x Boxer mix)
  • Miniature Bulldog - (Bulldog x Pug mix)
  • Miniature English Bulldach - (Bulldog x Dachshund mix)
  • Miniature French Bull Terrier - (French Bulldog x Miniature Bull Terrier mix)
  • Miniature French Schnauzer - (French Bulldog x Miniature Schnauzer mix)
  • Miniature Golden Retriever - (Golden Retriever x Cocker Spaniel x Poodle mix)
  • Miniature Goldendoodle - (Golden Retriever x Toy or Miniature Poodle mix)
  • Miniature Irish Wolf Schnauzer - (Miniature Schnauzer x Irish Wolfhound mix)
  • Miniature Labradoodle - (Labrador Retriever x Toy or Miniature Poodle mix)
  • Miniature Pinschelkhound - (Miniature Pinscher x Norwegian Elkhound mix)
  • Miniature Schnaupin - (Miniature Schnauzer x Min Pin mix)
  • Miniature Schnauzzie - (Miniature Schnauzer x Miniature Australian Shepherd mix)
  • Miniature Schnoxie - (Dachshund x Miniature Schnauzer mix)
  • Miniboz - (Boston Terrier x Miniature Schnauzer mix)
  • MiniCoonhound - (Exact mix in this type of dog has not be disclosed)

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  • Native American Newfie - (Native American Indian Dog x Newfoundland mix)
  • Native American Shepherd - (Native American Indian Dog x Belgium Shepherd mix)
  • Native American Village Dog - (Native American Indian Dog x German Shepherd mix)
  • Neahond - (Neapolitan Mastiff x Keeshond mix)
  • Neapolitan Boxer - (Neapolitan Mastiff x Boxer mix)
  • Nekita - (Akita x Neapolitan Mastiff mix)
  • Neo Bullmastiff - (Bullmastiff x Neapolitan Mastiff mix)
  • Neo Daniff - (Neapolitan Mastiff x Great Dane mix)
  • New Labralound - (Newfoundland x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • New Rottland - (Newfoundland x Rottweiler mix)
  • New Shep - (Newfoundland x German Shepherd Dog mix)
  • Newfie Dane - (Newfoundland x Great Dane mix)
  • Newfypoo - (Newfoundland x Poodle mix)
  • Norjack - (Norfolk Terrier x Jack Russell Terrier mix)
  • Nortese - (Norwich Terrier x Maltese x mix)
  • Norwich de Tulear - (Coton de Tulear x Norwich Terrier mix)

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  • Papastzu - (Papillon x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Papeagle - (Papillon x Beagle mix)
  • Paperanian - (Papillon x Pomeranian mix)
  • Papi-Inu - (Papillon x Shiba Inu mix)
  • Papi-poo - (Papillon x Poodle mix)
  • Papichon - (Papillon x Bichon mix)
  • Papigriffon - (Brussels Griffon x Papillon mix)
  • Papijack - (Papillon x Jack Russell Terrier mix)
  • Papimo - (American Eskimo x Papillon mix)
  • Papiox - (Papillon x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Papitese - (Maltese x Papillon mix)
  • Papshund - (Dachshund x Papillon mix)
  • Parsonhund - (Parson Russell Terrier x Dachshund mix)
  • Patterdale Doxie - (Patterdale Terrier x Dachshund mix)
  • Patterdale Shepherd - (Patterdale Terrier x German Shepherd mix)
  • Patterbea - (Beagle x Patterdale Terrier mix)
  • Patterjack - (Patterdale Terrier x Jack Russell mix)
  • Patterland - (Patterdale Terrier x Lakeland Terrier mix)
  • Patton Terrier - (Patterdale Terrier x Boston Terrier mix)
  • Peagle - (Beagle x Pekingese mix)
  • Peek-A-Pom - (Pekingese x Pomeranian mix)
  • Pek-A-Rat - (Pekingese x Rat Terrier mix)
  • Pekalier - (Cavalier King Charles x Pekingese mix)
  • Pekarin - (Cairn Terrier x Pekingese mix)
  • Peke-A-Boo - (Bolognese x Pekingese mix)
  • Peke-A-Chon - (Bichon Frise x Pekingese mix)
  • Peke-A-Chow - (Pekingese x Chow Chow mix)
  • Peke-A-Jack - (Pekingese x Jack Russell Terrier mix)
  • Peke-A-Pap - (Papillon x Pekingese mix)
  • Peke-A-Pin - (Miniature Pinscher x Pekingese mix)
  • Peke-A-Tese - (Maltese x Pekingese mix)
  • Peka-A-West - (Pekingnese x West Highland White Terrier mix)
  • Peke-Italian - (Pekingnese x Italian Greyhound mix)
  • Pekehund - (Pekingese x Dachshund mix)
  • Pekepoo - (Pekingese x Poodle mix)
  • Pembroke Cocker Corgi - (Pembroke Welsh Corgi x American Cocker Spaniel mix)
  • Pembroke Corgi Pointer - (Pembroke Welsh Corgi x Pointer mix)
  • Pembroke Corman Shepherd - (Pembroke Welsh Corgi x German Shepherd mix)
  • Pembroke Corswiss - (Pembroke Welsh Corgi x Greater Swiss Mountain Dog mix)
  • Pembroke Sheltie - (Shetland Sheepdog x Pembroke Welsh Corgi mix)
  • Petite Goldendoodle - (Golden Retriever x Cocker Spaniel x Poodle mix)
  • Petite Golden Retriever - (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel with x Golden Retriever mix)
  • Petite Labradoodle - (Labrador Retriever x Cocker Spaniel x Poodle mix)
  • Plica - (Basset Hound x Ori Pei mix)
  • Plotkita - (Plott Hound x Akita mix)
  • Plottahoula - (Plott Hound x Louisiana Catahoula Leopard Dog mix)
  • Plott Rottie - (Plott Hound x Rottweiler mix)
  • Plott Walker - (Plott Hound x Treeing Walker Coonhound mix)
  • Plush Danois - (Anatolian Shepherd Dog x Great Dane mix)
  • Pin-Tzu - (Miniature Pinscher x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Pineranian - (Miniature Pinscher x Pomeranian mix)
  • Pinny-Poo - (Miniature Pinscher x Poodle mix)
  • Pinweiler - (Miniature Pinscher x Rottweiler mix)
  • Pit Boodle - (Pit Bull x Poodle mix)
  • Pit Bullmastiff - (American Pit Bull Terrier x Bullmastiff mix)
  • Pit Heeler - (American Pitbull Terrier x Blue Heeler mix)
  • Pit Pei - (American Pit Bull Terrier x Shar-Pei mix)
  • Pitchow - (American Pitbull Terrier x Chow Chow mix)
  • Pitsky - (American Pitbull Terrier x Siberian Husky or Alaskan Husky mix)
  • Pitweiler - (American Pit Bull Terrier x Rottweiler mix)
  • Pocket Pitbull - (American Pit Bull Terrier x Patterdale Terrier mix)
  • Pointer Bay - (German Shorthaired Pointer x Chesapeake Bay Retriever mix)
  • Pointer Pit - (American Pit Bull Terrier x Pointer mix)
  • Pointollie - (Pointer x Collie mix)
  • Pom-Kee - (Pomeranian x Keeshond mix)
  • Pom-A-Nauze - (Miniature Schnauzer x Pomeranian mix)
  • Pom-A-Pug - (Pomeranian x Pug mix)
  • Pom-Coton - (Coton De Tulear x Pomeranian mix)
  • Pom-Shi - (Pomeranian x Shiba Inu mix)
  • Pom-Silk - (Pomeranian x Silky Terrier mix)
  • Pom Terrier - (Pomeranian x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Pomapoo - (Pomeranian x Poodle mix)
  • Pomchi - (Pomeranian x Chihuahua mix)
  • Pomeagle - (Beagle x Pomeranian mix)
  • Pomerat - (Pomeranian x American Rat Terrier mix)
  • Pomimo - (American Eskimo x Pomeranian mix)
  • Pomsky - (Pomeranian x Husky mix)
  • Pomston - (Boston Terrier x Pomeranian mix)
  • Poo-Shi - (Poodle x Shiba Inu mix)
  • Poo-Ton - (Coton De Tulear x Poodle mix)
  • Pooahoula - (Catahoula Leopard Dog x Poodle mix)
  • Poochin - (Japanese Chin x Poodle mix)
  • Pooda Houla - (Catahoula x Poodle mix)
  • Poogle - (Beagle x Poodle mix)
  • Poolky - (Poodle x Silky Terrier mix)
  • Pootalian - (Italian Greyhound x Poodle mix)
  • Poovanese - (Havanese x Poodle mix)
  • Poshies - (Pomeranian x Shetland Sheepdog mix)
  • Powderpap - (Papillon x Chinese Crested mix)
  • Presa Bulldog - (English Bulldog x Presa Canario mix)
  • Presa Dane - (Presa Canario x Great Dane mix)
  • Pug-A-Mo - (Pug x American Eskimo Dog mix)
  • Pug-Coton - (Pug x Coton de Tulear mix)
  • Pug Pit - (Pug x Pit Bull Terrier mix)
  • Pug Shiba - (Pug x Shiba Inu mix)
  • Pug-Zu - (Pug x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Pugador - (Pug x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Pugairn - (Pug x Cairn Terrier mix)
  • Pugalier - (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Pug mix)
  • Puganese - (Pug x Havanese mix)
  • Pugapoo - (Pug x Poodle mix)
  • Pugese - (Pug x Chinese Crested mix)
  • Puggat - (Pug x American Rat Terrier mix)
  • Puggit - (Pug x Italian Greyhound mix)
  • Puggle - (Pug x Beagle mix)
  • Pughasa - (Pug x Lhasa Apso mix)
  • Pugillon - (Pug x Papillon mix)
  • Puginese - (Pug x Pekingese mix)
  • Pugland - (Pug x Westie mix)
  • Pugottie - (Pug x Scottish Terrier mix)
  • Pugmatian - (Pug x Dalmatian mix)
  • Pugshire - (Pug x Yorkshire Terrier mix)
  • Pugwich - (Pug x Norwich Terrier mix)
  • Pushon - (Pug x Bichon Frise mix)
  • Pyredoodle - (Great Pyrenees x Poodle mix)
  • Pyrenees Husky - (Great Pyrenees x Siberian Husky mix)
  • Pyrenees Pit - (Great Pyrenees x American Pit Bull Terrier mix)
  • Pyrador - (Great Pyrenees x Labrador Retriever mix)

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  • Raggle - (American Rat Terrier x Beagle mix)
  • Rashon - (Rat Terrier x Bichon Frise mix)
  • Rat-A-Pap - (American Rat Terrier x Papillon mix)
  • Rat Apso - (Lhasa Apso x Rat Terrier mix)
  • Rat Basset - (Basset Hound x Rat Terrier mix)
  • Rat-Cha - (Chihuahua x Rat Terrier mix)
  • Rat Pinscher - (Rat Terrier x Miniature Pinscher mix)
  • Ratese - (American Rat Terrier x Maltese mix)
  • Rat Pei - (Rat Terrier x Shar Pei mix)
  • Ratshi Terrier - (American Rat Terrier x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Ratshire Terrier - (Yorkshire Terrier x American Rat Terrier mix)
  • Shairn-Inu - (Cairn Terrier x Shiba Inu mix)
  • Sharbo - (Boston Terrier x Chinese Shar-Pei mix)
  • Shar-Pei Pitbull Terrier - (Chinese Shar-Pei x American Pit Bull Terrier mix)
  • Shar-Poo - (Shar-Pei x Poodle mix)
  • Shar Tzu - (Shar-Pei x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Sharberian Husky - (Chinese Shar-pei x Siberian Husky mix)
  • Sharmatian - (Chinese Shar-Pei x Dalmatian mix)
  • Sharp Eagle - (Beagle x Chinese Shar Pei mix)
  • Sheepadoodle - (Old English Sheepdog x Standard Poodle mix)
  • Shel-Aussie - (Australian Shepherd or Miniature Australian Shepherd x Shetland Sheepdog mix)
  • Shelchon - (Bichon Frise x Shetland Sheepdog mix)
  • Shelestie - (Shetland Sheepdog x West Highland White Terrier mix)
  • Shelillon - (Papillon x Shetland Sheepdog mix)
  • Sheltidoodle - (Sheltie x Poodle mix)
  • Sheltie Heeler - (Shetland Sheepdog x Australian Cattle Dog (Heeler) mix)
  • Sheltie Inu - (Shetland Sheepdog x Shiba Inu mix)
  • Sheltie-Kee - (Keeshond x Shetland Sheepdog mix)
  • Sheltie Pin - (Shetland Sheepdog x Miniature Pinscher mix)
  • Sheltie Pug - (Shetland Sheepdog x Pug mix)
  • Sheltie Shepherd - (German Shepherd x Shetland Sheepdog mix)
  • Sheltie Tzu - (Shetland Sheepdog x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Shepadoodle - (German Shepherd x Standard Poodle mix)
  • Shepherd Pei - (German Shepherd x Shar Pei mix)
  • Shepherd Pit - (German Shepherd x American Pit Bull Terrier mix)
  • Shepherd Tzu - (German Shepherd x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Shepnees - (German Shepherd x Great Pyrenees mix)
  • Sheprador - (Australian Shepherd x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Shepsky - (German Shepherd x Siberian Husky mix)
  • Sheptese - (German Shepherd x Maltese mix)
  • Shepweiler - (German Shepherd x Rottweiler mix)
  • Shethund - (Shetland Sheepdog x Dachshund mix)
  • Shetinese - (Pekingese x Shetland Sheepdog mix)
  • Shi-Beagle - (Beagle x Shiba Inu mix)
  • Shiba-Chi - (Chihuahua x Shiba Inu mix)
  • Shiba Corgi - (Shiba Inu x Welsh Corgi mix)
  • Shiba Lab - (Shiba Inu x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Shiba Pin - (Shiba Inu x Miniature Pinscher mix)
  • Shibadox - (Shiba Inu x Dachshund mix)
  • Shibos - (Boston Terrier x Shiba Inu mix)
  • ShiChi - (Chihuahua x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Shichon - (Bichon Frise x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Shiffon - (Brussels Griffon x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Shih Apso - (Lhasa Apso x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Shih-Mo - (American Eskimo x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Shih-Poo - (Shih-Tzu x Poodle mix)
  • Shinese - (Shih Tzu x Pekingese mix)
  • Shiranian - (Pomeranian x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Shocker - (Cocker Spaniel x Shiba Inu mix)
  • Shockerd - (English Shepherd x Cocker Spaniel mix)
  • Shollie - (German Shepherd x Collie mix)
  • Shorgi - (Corgi x Shih-Tzu mix)
  • Shorkie Tzu - (Shih Tzu x Yorkie mix)
  • Shug - (German Shepherd Dog x Pug mix)
  • Sibercaan - (Siberian Husky or Native American Indian Dog x Canaan Dog mix)
  • Siberian Black Mouth Cur - (Black Mouth Cur x Siberian Husky mix) (picture needed)
  • Siberian Boston - (Siberian Husky x Boston Terrier mix)
  • Siberian Cocker - (Cocker Spaniel x Siberian Husky mix)
  • Siberian Collisky - (Siberian Husky x Collie mix)
  • Siberian Indian Dog - (Siberian Husky x Native American Indian Dog mix)
  • Siberian Keeshond - (Siberian Husky x Keeshond mix)
  • Siberian Pinscher - (Doberman Pinscher x Siberian Husky mix)
  • Siberian Retriever - (Siberian Husky x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Siberian Shiba - (Siberian Husky x Shiba Inu mix)
  • Siberpoo - (Siberian Husky x Poodle mix)
  • Silkchon - (Bichon Frise x Silky Terrier mix)
  • Silkese - (Maltese x Silky Terrier mix)
  • Silkin - (Japanese Chin x Silky Terrier mix)
  • Silkinese - (Pekingese x Silky Terrier mix)
  • Silkland Terrier - (Silky Terrier x Westie mix)
  • Silkshire Terrier - (Silky Terrier x Yorkshire Terrier mix)
  • Silkshund - (Dachshund x Silky Terrier mix)
  • Silky Cairn - (Cairn Terrier x Silky Terrier mix)
  • Silky Cocker - (Maltese x Cocker Spaniel mix)
  • Silky Coton - (Coton de Tulear x Silky Terrier mix)
  • Silky Jack - (Jack Russell Terrier x Silky Terrier mix)
  • Silky-Lhasa - (Lhasa Apso x Silky Terrier mix)
  • Silky-Pin - (Miniature Pinscher x Silky Terrier mix)
  • Silky Pug - (Pug x Silky Terrier mix)
  • Silky Tzu - (Silky Terrier x Shih-Tzu mix)
  • Silkyhuahua - (Chihuahua x Silky Terrier mix)
  • Silkytie - (Shetland Sheepdog x Silky Terrier mix)
  • Silkzer - (Miniature Schnauzer x Silky Terrier mix)
  • Ski-Border - (American Eskimo x Border Collie mix)
  • Ski-Collie - (American Eskimo x Collie mix)
  • Skilky Terrier - (Scottish Terrier x Silky Terrier mix)
  • Skip-Shzu - (Schipperke x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Skye-Pap - (Skye Terrier x Papillon mix)
  • Skypoo - (Poodle x Skye Terrier mix)
  • Smooth Chisoxy - (Smooth Fox Terrier x Chihuahua mix)
  • Smooth Fo-Chon - (Bichon Frise x Smooth Fox Terrier mix)
  • Smooth Fo-Tzu - (Shih Tzu x Smooth Fox Terrier mix)
  • Smooth Foodle - (Poodle x Smooth Fox Terrier mix)
  • Smooth Fox Beagle - (Smooth Fox Terrier x Beagle mix)
  • Smooth Fox Pinscher - (Miniature Pinscher x Smooth Fox Terrier mix)
  • Smooth Foxie Doxie - (Smooth Fox Terrier x Dachshund mix)
  • Smooth Foxingese - (Pekingese x Smooth Fox Terrier mix)
  • Smooth Foxker - (Cocker Spaniel x Smooth Fox Terrier mix)
  • Smooth Foxillon - (Papillon x Smooth Fox Terrier mix)
  • Smooth Foxton - (Boston Terrier x Smooth Fox Terrier mix)
  • Smooth Foxy Boerboel - (Smooth Fox Terrier x Boerboel mix)
  • Smooth Foxy Rat Terrier - (American Rat Terrier x Smooth Fox Terrier mix)
  • Smooth Foxy Russell - (Jack Russell Terrier x Smooth Fox Terrier mix)
  • Smooth Foxybull Terrier - (Smooth Fox Terrier x Bulldog mix)
  • Smooth Jafox - (Japanese Chin x Smooth Fox Terrier mix)
  • Smooth Toy Foxter - (Toy Fox Terrier x Smooth Fox Terrier mix)
  • Smooth Pom Terrier - (Pomeranian x Smooth Fox Terrier mix)
  • Smooth Poxer - (Pug x Smooth Fox Terrier mix)
  • Smooth Scottish Fox Terrier - (Scottish Terrier x Smooth Fox Terrier mix)
  • Smooth Torkie - (Smooth Fox Terrier x Yorkie mix)
  • Sniffon - (Miniature Schnauzer x Brussels Griffon mix)
  • Snorkie - (Miniature Schnauzer x Yorkshire Terrier mix)
  • Soft Coated Golden - (Golden Retriever x Soft Coated Wheaten mix)
  • Soft Coated Wheatzer - (Miniature Schnauzer x Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier mix)
  • Soft Coated Woxer - (Boxer x Soft Coated Wheaten mix)
  • Spanador - (Labrador Retriever x Cocker Spaniel mix)
  • Spangold Retriever - (English Springer Spaniel x Golden Retriever mix)
  • Spanierd - (English Springer Spaniel x German Shepherd Dog mix)
  • Spantriever - (English Cocker Spaniel x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Spreagle - (English Springer Spaniel x Beagle mix)
  • Springer Husky - (English Springer Spaniel x Siberian Husky mix)
  • Springer Pit - (English Springer Spaniel x American Pit Bull Terrier mix)
  • Springer Rottie - (English Springer Spaniel x Rottweiler mix)
  • Springer Spaniel Sheepdog - (English Springer Spaniel x Old English Sheepdog mix)
  • Springerdoodle - (English Springer Spaniel x Poodle mix)
  • Sprocker Spaniel - (English Springer Spaniel x Cocker Spaniel mix)
  • Sprollie - (English Springer Spaniel x Collie mix)
  • Staffy Bull Bullmastiff - (Staffordshire Bull Terrier x Bullmastiff mix)
  • Staffweiler - (American Staffordshire Terrier x Rottweiler mix)
  • St. Weiler - (Rottweiler x Saint Bernard mix)
  • Staffie Bullweiler - (Staffordshire Bull Terrier x Rottweiler mix)
  • Staffy Bull Pit - (Staffordshire Bull Terrier x Pit Bull Terrier mix)
  • Staffy Bull Pug - (Staffordshire Bull Terrier x Pug mix)
  • Staffy Bull Wolfhound - (Staffordshire Bull Terrier x Irish Wolfhound mix)
  • Standard Auss-Tzu - (Australian Shepherd x Shih Tzu mix)
  • Standard Bolonauzer - (Bolognese x Standard Schnauzer mix)
  • Standard Border Schnollie - (Border Collie x Standard Schnauzer mix)
  • Standard Chesa-Poo - (Chesapeake Bay Retriever x Standard Poodle mix)
  • Standard Irish Wolf Schnauzer - (Standard Schnauzer x Irish Wolfhound mix)
  • Standard Kerry Blue Schnauzer - (Kerry Blue Terrier x Standard Schnauzer mix)
  • Standard Ratzer  - (Standard Schnauzer x Rat Terrier mix)
  • Standard Schnauzer Chin - (Japanese Chin x Standard Schnauzer mix)
  • Standard Schnoodle - (Poodle x Standard Schnauzer mix)
  • Standard Wauzer - (Westie x Standard Schnauzer mix)
  • Standard Wire Hair Snauzer - (Standard Schnauzer x Wire Fox Terrier mix)
  • Stump Double Cattle Dog - (Australian Stumpy Tail Cattle Dog x Australian Cattle Dog mix)
  • Swiss Bernese Mt. Dog - (Bernese Mountain Dog x Greater Swiss Mountain Dog mix)
  • Swiss Newfie - (Greater Swiss Mountain Dog x Newfoundland mix)
  • Swissy Saint - (Greater Swiss Mountain Dog x Saint Bernard mix)
  • Swissneese - (Great Swiss Mountain Dog x Great Pyrenees mix)

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  • Taco Terrier - (Chihuahua x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Taylor's Bulldane - (Old Tyme Bulldog x Great Dane mix)
  • Terri-Poo - (Australian Terrier x Poodle mix)
  • Tervard - (Belgian Tervuren x German Shepherd Dog mix)
  • Tervoodle - (Belgian Tervuren x Poodle mix)
  • Texas Heeler - (Australian Cattle Dog x Australian Shepherd Dog mix)
  • Tibalier - (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel x Tibetan Spaniel mix)
  • Tibecot - (Coton de Tulear x Tibetan Terrier mix) 
  • Tibepillon Terrier - (Papillon x Tibetan Terrier mix)
  • Tibetan Chin - (Tibetan Spaniel x Japanese Chin mix)
  • Tibetan Golden Mastiff - (Tibetan Mastiff x Golden Retriever mix)
  • Tibetan Pap - (Tibetan Spaniel x Papillon mix)
  • Tibetan Pom - (Pomeranian x Tibetan Spaniel mix)
  • Tibetan Pug - (Pug x Tibetan Spaniel mix)
  • Tibetan Spaltese - (Maltese x Tibetan Spaniel mix)
  • Tibetan Wolfhound - (Tibetan Mastiff x Irish Wolfhound mix)
  • Tibetanpei Spaniel - (Tibetan Spaniel x Chinese Shar-Pei mix)
  • Torkie - (Toy Fox Terrier x Yorkie mix)
  • Tosa-Pei - (Tosa x Shar Pei mix)
  • Toxirn - (Cairn Terrier x Chihuahua mix)
  • Toy Chisoxy - (Toy Fox Terrier x Chihuahua mix)
  • Toy Fo-Chon - (Bichon Frise x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Toy Fo-Tzu - (Shih Tzu x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Toy Foodle - (Poodle x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Toy Fox Beagle - (Toy Fox Terrier x Beagle mix)
  • Toy Fox Pinscher - (Miniature Pinscher x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Toy Foxie Doxie - (Toy Fox Terrier x Dachshund mix)
  • Toy Foxillon - (Papillon x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Toy Foxingese - (Pekingese x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Toy Foxker - (Cocker Spaniel x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Toy Foxton - (Boston Terrier x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Toy Foxy Rat Terrier - (American Rat Terrier x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Toy Foxy Russell - (Jack Russell Terrier x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Toy Foxybull Terrier - (Toy Fox Terrier x Bulldog mix)
  • Toy Jafox - (Japanese Chin x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Toy Pom Terrier - (Pomeranian x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Toy Poxer - (Pug x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Toy Rat Doxie - (Dachshund x American Rat Terrier mix)
  • Toy Scottish Fox Terrier - (Scottish Terrier x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Toy Torkie - (Toy Fox Terrier x Yorkie mix)
  • Transylvizsla Hound - (Transylvanian Hound x Vizsla mix)
  • Treeing Walker Coonoodle - (Treeing Walker Coonhound x Poodle mix)
  • Tsvetnaya Blonka-Poo - (Poodle x Russian Tsvetnaya Bolonka mix)
  • Ttoodle - (Poodle x Tibetan Terrier mix)
  • Tzu Basset - (Basset Hound x Shih Tzu mix)

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  • Ultimate Mastiff - (Dogue de Bordeaux x Neapolitan Mastiff mix)
  • Vizmaraner - (Vizsla x Weimaraner mix)
  • Vizsla Pin - (Vizsla x Miniature Pinscher mix)
  • Vizsla Staff - (Vizsla x American Staffordshire Terrier mix)

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  • Walker Greyhound - (Treeing Walker Coonhound x Greyhound mix)
  • Wauzer - (Westie x Schnauzer mix)
  • Wee-Chon - (Westie x Bichon Frise mix)
  • Weeranian - (Westie x Pomeranian mix)
  • Weiler Dane - (Rottweiler x Great Dane mix)
  • Weim-Pei - (Weimaraner x Shar Pei mix)
  • Weimapeake - (Weimaraner x Chesapeake Bay Retriever mix)
  • Weimardale - (Weimaraner x Airdale Terrier mix)
  • Weimardoodle - (Weimaraner x Poodle mix)
  • Weimarman - (Weimaraner x Doberman Pinscher mix)
  • Weimarrott - (Weimaraner x Rottweiler mix)
  • Weimshepherd- (Weimaraner x German Shepherd mix)
  • Wel-Chon - (Bichon Frise x Welsh Terrier mix)
  • Welsh Mini Fox Terrier - (Welsh Terrier x Mini Fox Terrier mix)
  • Welsh Smooth Fox Terrier - (Welsh Terrier x Smooth Fox Terrier mix)
  • Welsh Toy Fox Terrier - (Welsh Terrier x Toy Fox Terrier mix)
  • Welsh Wire Fox Terrier - (Welsh Terrier x Wire Fox Terrier mix)
  • Welshund - (Welsh Terrier x Dachshund mix)
  • Weltador - (Labrador Retriever x Welsh Terrier mix)
  • Weshi - (Shih Tzu x Westie mix)
  • West Australian Terrier  - (Australian Terrier x West Highland White Terrier mix)
  • West Highland Corgi - (West Highland White Terrier (Westie) x Corgi mix)
  • West Highland Doxie - (Dachshund x West Highland White Terrier mix)
  • West Highland Husky - (Siberian Husky x West Highland White Terrier mix)
  • West of Argyll Terrier - (Beagle x West Highland White Terrier mix)
  • Westeke - (West Highland White Terrier x Schipperke mix)
  • Westie-Laso - (Lhasa Apso x West Highland White Terrier mix)
  • Westie Staff - (West Highland White Terrier x American Staffordshire Terrier mix)
  • Westiepoo - (Westie x Poodle mix)
  • Westillon - (Westie x Papillon mix)
  • Westimo - (American Eskimo x West Highland White Terrier mix)
  • Weston - (West Highland White Terrier x Coton de Tulear mix)
  • Wheagle - (Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier x Beagle mix)
  • Wheatador - (Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Wheaten Eskimo - (American Eskimo x Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier mix)
  • Wheaten Pei - (Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier x Shar Pei mix)
  • Whipador - (Whippet x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Whipperman - (Whippet x Doberman Pinscher mix)
  • Whippig - (Whippet x Italian Greyhound mix)
  • Whoodle - (Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier x Poodle mix)
  • Wire Chisoxy - (Wire Fox Terrier x Chihuahua mix)
  • Wire Fo-Chon - (Bichon Frise x Wire Fox Terrier mix)
  • Wire Fo-Tzu - (Shih Tzu x Wire Fox Terrier mix)
  • Wire Foodle - (Poodle x Wire Fox Terrier mix)
  • Wire Fox Beagle - (Wire Fox Terrier x Beagle mix)
  • Wire Fox Pinscher - (Wire Fox Terrier x Miniature Pinscher mix)
  • Wire Foxie Doxie - (Wire Fox Terrier x Dachshund mix)
  • Wire Foxingese - (Pekingese x Wire Fox Terrier mix)
  • Wire Foxker - (Cocker Spaniel x Wire Fox Terrier mix)
  • Wire Foxton - (Boston Terrier x Wire Fox Terrier mix)
  • Wire Foxy Rat Terrier - (American Rat Terrier x Wire Fox Terrier mix)
  • Wire Foxy Russell - (Jack Russell Terrier x Wire Fox Terrier mix)
  • Wire Foxybull Terrier - (Wire Fox Terrier x Bulldog mix)
  • Wire Hair Snauzer - (Miniature Schnauzer x Wire Fox Terrier mix)
  • Wire Jafox - (Japanese Chin x Wire Fox Terrier mix)
  • Wire Toy Foxter - (Toy Fox Terrier x Wire Fox Terrier mix)
  • Wire Pom Terrier - (Pomeranian x Wire Fox Terrier mix)
  • Wire Poxer - (Pug x Wire Fox Terrier mix)
  • Wire-Poo - (Wirehaired Fox Terrier x Poodle mix)
  • Wire Scottish Fox Terrier - (Scottish Terrier x Wire Fox Terrier mix)
  • Wire Torkie - (Wire Fox Terrier x Yorkie mix)
  • Wirehaired Pointing Griffiondor - (Wirehaired Pointing Griffon  x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Wirelsh Terrier - (Welsh Terrier x Wire Fox Terrier mix)
  • Wolador - (Timber Wolf x Labrador Retriever mix)
  • Wolamute - (Timber Wolf x Alaskan Malamute mix)
  • Wolfdog - (Wolf x Domestic Dog mix)
  • Wolfhound Dane - (Irish Wolfhound x Great Dane mix)
  • Woodle - (Welsh Terrier x Poodle mix)
  • Worgi - (Welsh Sheepdog x Corgi mix)
  • Wowauzer - (Miniature Schnauzer x Welsh Terrier mix)

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  • Yoranian - (Pomeranian x Yorkshire Terrier mix)
  • Yorkeltie - (Yorkshire Terrier x Shetland Sheepdog (Sheltie) mix)
  • Yorkie-Apso - (Lhasa Apso x Yorkshire Terrier mix)
  • Yorkie Beagle - (Yorkshire Terrier x Beagle mix)
  • Yorkie Pin - (Miniature Pinscher x Yorkshire Terrier mix)
  • Yorkie Russell - (Yorkshire Terrier x Jack Russell Terrier mix)
  • Yorkie-ton - (Coton de Tulear x Yorkshire Terrier mix)
  • Yorkillon - (Papillon x Yorkshire Terrier mix)
  • Yorkipoo - (Yorkie x Poodle mix)
  • Yorkinese - (Pekingese x Yorkie mix)
  • Yorksky - (Siberian Husky x Yorkshire Terrier mix)
  • Yorktese - (Yorkshire Terrier x Maltese mix)
  • Yorwich - (Yorkshire Terrier x Norwich Terrier mix)
  • Zuchon - (Bichon Frise x Shih Tzu mix)

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The word ”hybrid,” when referring to genetics means, “the offspring of genetically dissimilar parents or stock, especially the offspring produced by breeding plants or animals of different varieties, species, or races.” In general, the word means, “something of mixed origin or composition.” Hybrid dogs, or designer dogs as some call them, are becoming quite popular. Below is a list of mix breed dogs. The best way to determine the traits of a mixed breed is to look up all breeds in the cross and know you can get any combination of any of the characteristics found in all breeds. The Dog Breed Info Center® does not attempt to interpret the temperaments of each individual hybrid mix because the differences in the dogs, even within the same litter, can vary greatly. If you do not feel the temperament of one of the purebreds in the mix is suited for your lifestyle, then that mix breed dog is not for you. Do not take a gamble that the puppy or dog will turn out like the other breed in the mix. Choosing a dog simply for its looks is a foolish way to choose a dog. Read the article on Designer Dogs for more info on these mixed breeds.

Please Note: A hybrid dog is not a BREED; it is a mix of more than one purebred dog, usually two.

Scientifically speaking, the term "hybrid” is incorrect as all dogs are a sub-species of wolf (Canis lupus familiaris) and as such, it is impossible to have a hybrid as they are two of the same species. Although technically incorrect, the term "hybrid" is the name which is often used for these mixes.

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Keeshond

Dog breed

Dog breed

Keeshond
Keeshond Majic standing cropped.jpg

Distinct characteristics of Keeshonden include a lion-like ruff, spectacles, small and dark triangular ears, definite contrast, and a thick double coat.

Other namesDutch Barge Dog,
Smiling Dutchman,
German Spitz,
Deutscher Wolfspitz,
Wolfspitz
Common nicknamesKees
OriginGermany[1]
Netherlands
Height Dogs 44 to 48 cm (17 to 19 in)
Bitches 40 to 46 cm (16 to 18 in)
Weight 15 to 20 kg (33 to 44 lb)
Coat Double
Color Gray, black, and cream
Life span 10-12 years
Dog (domestic dog)

The Keeshond (KAYSS-hond, plur. Keeshonden) is a medium-sized dog with a plush, two-layer coat of silver and black fur with a ruff and a curled tail. It originated in Holland, and its closest relatives are the German spitzes such as the Großspitz (Large Spitz), Mittelspitz (Medium Spitz), Kleinspitz (Miniature Spitz), Zwergspitz (Dwarf-Spitz) or Pomeranian.

The Keeshond was previously known as the Dutch Barge Dog, as it was frequently seen on barges traveling the canals and rivers of the Netherlands. The Keeshond was the symbol of the Patriot faction in the Netherlands during political unrest in the years immediately preceding the French Revolution.

In the late 19th century, the breed was developed in England from imports obtained in both the Netherlands and Germany. In 1930, the Keeshond was first registered with the American Kennel Club.[2]

Description[edit]

Appearance[edit]

A member of the spitz group of dogs, the Keeshond in American Kennel Club (AKC) standard is 17 inches (43 cm) to 18 inches (46 cm) tall and 19.25 inches (48.9 cm) ± 2.4 inches (6.1 cm) in the Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI) standard and weighs 30 pounds (14 kg) to 40 pounds (18 kg). Sturdily built, they have a typical spitz appearance. Neither coarse nor refined, they have a wedge-shaped head, medium-length muzzle with a definite stop, small pointed ears, and an expressive face. The tail is tightly curled and, in profile, should be carried such that it is indistinguishable from the compact body of the dog.

Coat[edit]

Like most spitz-type dogs, the Keeshond has a dense double coat, with a thick ruff around the neck. Typically, the males of this breed will have a thicker, more pronounced ruff than the females. The body should be abundantly covered with long, straight, harsh hair standing well out from a thick, downy undercoat. The hair on the legs should be smooth and short, except for a feathering on the front legs and "trousers" on the hind legs. The hair on the tail should be profuse, forming a rich plume. The head, including muzzle, skull, and ears, should be covered with smooth, soft, short hair—velvety in texture on the ears. The coat must not part down the back.

Coat care requires line brushing on a fairly regular basis. The Keeshond typically 'blows' its undercoat once a year for males, twice a year for females. During this time, the loss of coat is excessive and their guard hairs will lie flat to their back. It usually takes two weeks for the 'blow' to complete, in order for new undercoat to begin growing back in. A Keeshond should never be shaved, as their undercoat provides a natural barrier against heat and cold. Keeping their coat in good condition will allow efficient insulation in both hot and cold weather.

Color[edit]

The color should be a mixture of grey and black and some white as well. The undercoat should be very pale grey or cream (not tawny). The hair of the outer coat is black tipped, the length of the black tips producing the characteristic shading of color. The color may vary from light to dark, but any pronounced deviation from the grey color is not permissible. The plume of the tail should be very light grey when curled on back and the tip of the tail should be black. Legs and feet should be cream. Ears should be very dark—almost black.

Shoulder line markings (light grey) should be well defined. The color of the ruff and "trousers" is generally lighter than that of the body. "Spectacles" and shadings, as later described, are characteristic of the breed and must be present to some degree. There should be no pronounced white markings.

According to the American Kennel Club breed standard, the legs and feet are to be cream; feet that are totally black or white are severe faults. Black markings more than halfway down the foreleg, except for pencilling, are faulted.[3]

The other important marking is the "spectacles", a delicate dark line running from the outer corner of each eye toward the lower corner of each ear, which, coupled with markings forming short eyebrows, is necessary for the distinct expressive look of the breed. All markings should be clear, not muddled or broken. Absence of the spectacles is considered a serious fault. The eyes should be dark brown, almond-shaped with black eye rims.[4]

Ears should be small, dark, triangular, and erect.

Temperament[edit]

7-week-old Keeshond puppy

Keeshonden tend to be very playful, with quick reflexes and strong jumping ability. They are thoughtful, eager to please and very quick learners, which means they are also quick to learn things their humans did not intend to teach them. However, Keeshonden make excellent agility and obedience dogs. In fact, so amenable to proper training is this bright, sturdy dog that they have been successfully trained to serve as guide dogs for the blind; only their lack of size has prevented them from being more widely used in this role.

They love children and are excellent family dogs, preferring to be close to their humans whenever possible. They generally get along with other dogs as well and will enjoy a good chase around the yard. Keeshonden are very intuitive and empathetic and are often used as comfort dogs. Most notably, at least one Keeshond, Tikva, was at Ground Zero following the September 11 attacks to help comfort the rescue workers.[5] The breed has a tendency to become especially clingy towards their owners, more so than most other breeds. If their owner is out, or in another room behind a closed door, they may sit, waiting for their owner to reappear, even if there are other people nearby. Many have been referred to as their "owner's shadow", or "velcro dogs".[6]

They are known by their loud, distinctive bark. Throughout the centuries, the Keeshond has been very popular as a watch dog on barges on canals in the Netherlands and middle Europe. This trait is evident to this day, and they are alert dogs that warn their owners of any new visitors. Although loud and alert, Keeshonden are not aggressive towards visitors. They generally welcome visitors affectionately once their family has accepted them. Unfortunately, barking may become a problem if not properly handled. Keeshonden that are kept in a yard, and not allowed to be with their humans, are unhappy and often become nuisance barkers.

Training[edit]

The Keeshond is very bright in work and obedience. The Keeshond ranks 18th in Stanley Coren's The Intelligence of Dogs, being of excellent working/obedience intelligence. This intelligence makes a Keeshond a good choice for the dog owner who is willing to help a dog learn the right lessons, but also entails added responsibility.

While affectionate, Keeshonden are not easy for the inexperienced trainer. Consistency and fairness are needed; and, while most dogs need a structured environment, it is especially necessary with a Keeshond. Like most of the independent-minded spitz breeds, Keeshonden respond poorly to heavy-handed or forceful training methods.

Many behavioral problems with Keeshonden stem from these intelligent dogs inventing their own activities (often destructive ones, like digging and chewing) out of boredom. They need daily contact with their owners and much activity to remain happy. Keeshonden do not live happily alone in a kennel or backyard.

Keeshonden can also be timid dogs. It is important to train them to respect, but not fear, their owners and family. Keeshonden want to please, so harsh punishment is not necessary when the dog does not obey as quickly as desired. They like to spend time with their owners and love attention.

Health[edit]

Keeshonden are generally a very healthy breed. Though congenital health issues are not common, the conditions which have been known to sometimes occur in Keeshonden are hip dysplasia, luxating patellas (trick knee), epilepsy, Cushing's disease, diabetes, primary hyperparathyroidism, and hypothyroidism. Von Willebrand's disease has been known in Keeshonden but is very rare. An accurate test for the gene causing primary hyperparathyroidism (or PHPT) has recently been developed at Cornell University. As with any breed, it is important when buying a puppy to make sure that both parents have been tested and certified free from inherited problems. Test results may be obtained from the breeder, and directly from the Orthopaedic Foundation For Animals site.

Keeshonds in a UK Kennel Club survey had a median lifespan of 12 years 2 months. 1 in 4 died of old age, at an average of 14–15 years.[7]

Grooming[edit]

Because of their double coat, Keeshonden need regular brushing; an hour a week will keep the dog comfortable and handsome. The Keeshond's coat sheds dirt when dry, and the breed is not prone to doggy odor,[8][citation needed] so frequent bathing is unnecessary and undesirable. The coat acts as insulation and protects the dog from sunburn and insects, so shaving is not desirable, however some owners find it beneficial to clip their dogs' coats in hotter weather. The coat also loses its distinct color as the black tipping on the hairs will be shorn off. If frequent brushing is too much effort, it is better to choose another breed rather than clip the Keeshond short.

History[edit]

The Keeshond was named after the 18th-century Dutch Patriot, Cornelis (Kees) de Gyselaer (spelled 'Gijzelaar' in Modern Dutch), leader of the rebellion against the House of Orange. The dog became the rebels' symbol; and, when the House of Orange returned to power, this breed almost disappeared. The word 'keeshond' is a compound word: 'Kees' is a nickname for Cornelius (de Gyselaer), and 'hond' is the Dutch word for dog. In the Netherlands, "keeshond" is the term for German Spitzes that encompass them all from the toy or dwarf (Pomeranian) to the Wolfspitz (Keeshond). The sole difference among the German Spitzes is their coloring and size guidelines. There are debates over the origin of the breed; many English references point to the Keeshond as we know it originating in the Netherlands. On the other hand, according to the FCI, the breed is cited as being part of the German Spitz family, originating in Germany along with the Pomeranian (toy or dwarf German Spitz) and American Eskimo dog (small or standard German Spitz).[9]

The first standard for "Wolfspitz" was posted at the Dog Show of 1880 in Berlin. The Club for German Spitzes was founded in 1899. The German standard was revised in 1901 to specify the characteristic color that we know today, "silver grey tipped with black". In the late 19th century the "Overweight Pomeranian", a white German Spitz and most likely a Standard German Spitz, was shown in the British Kennel Club. The "Overweight Pomeranian" was no longer recognized by the British Kennel Club in 1915. In the 1920s, Baroness van Hardenbroeck took an interest in the breed and began to build it up again. The Nederlandse Keeshond Club was formed in 1924. The Dutch Barge Dog Club of England was formed in 1925 by Mrs. Wingfield-Digby and accepted into the British Kennel Club in 1926, when the breed and the club were renamed to Keeshond.

Carl Hinderer is credited with bringing his Schloss Adelsburg Kennel, which he founded in 1922 in Germany, with him to America in 1923. His German Champion Wolfspitz followed him two by two in 1926. At that time, less than ten years after World War I, Germany was not regarded fondly in England and America; and the Wolfspitz/Keeshond was not recognized by the AKC. Consequently, Hinderer had to register each puppy born in the U.S. with his club in Germany. Despite this, he joined the Maryland KC and attended local shows.

Hinderer regularly wrote to the AKC, including the New York headquarters, to promote the Wolfspitz. While going through New York on his way to Germany in 1930, Hinderer visited the AKC offices and presented "Wachter", his Germany champion, to AKC President, Dr. DeMond, who promptly agreed to start the recognition process, with some caveats including changing the name to Keeshond, and asked Hinderer to bring back all the relevant data from Germany. Hinderer also translated the German standard to English for the AKC. The Keeshond was accepted for AKC registration in 1930.

Despite intense lobbying the FCI would not accept the Keeshond as a separate breed since it viewed the Wolfspitz and Keeshond as identical. In 1997, the German Spitz Club updated its standard so that the typically smaller Keeshond preferred in America and other English-speaking countries could be included. This greatly expanded the gene pool and unified the standard internationally for the first time. Now bred for many generations as a companion dog, the Keeshond easily becomes a loving family member.

As a result of the breed's history and friendly disposition, Keeshonden are sometimes referred to as "The Smiling Dutchman".

See also[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

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Malamute Akita Mix

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Keeshond Siberian Husky Mix is a cross and hybrid between keeshond and Siberian Husky. It is almost very difficult to predict its physical as well as behavioral traits as most of the time it has been seen that each of them inherits different traits from their parents Siberian Husky and keeshond.


No doubt, that every mix dog lover can get attracted to a Keeshond Husky Mix because of its special qualities and marvelous appearance.

After mailing more than 4 Keeshond Husky Mix owners and breeders we only managed to get one interview you on the call, that last date for almost 6 minutes.

In those 6 minutes, we came to know a lot more than we expected after doing hours and hours of research over the internet.

In this guide, we are going to discuss and learn what a Keeshond Husky Mix exactly looks like, and along with that, you are also going to learn where do they come from and how you can get one.


Further, we are also going to discuss and I am going to give you a space of information about their health issues, temperaments, and how you can take care of a Keeshond Husky Mix if you adopt one.


Keeshond Husky Mix Physical appearance

Keeshond Husky Mix Physical appearance

Keeshond Husky Mix Coat

Both of its parents come with a double-layered topcoat with medium-length hair. So, we can expect the same from the cross Keeshond Husky Mix. Keeshond Siberian Husky Mix can feature a double-layered thick topcoat that can shed heavily and may need grooming practices to be done on their coat as well.

Keeshond Husky Mix coat color

Keeshond Husky Mix parents come with a variety of colors like Siberian Husky comes different shades of color, for example, black, pure white with markings of coppers and red. Keeshond comes with a thick coat in either black, grey, or cream color. They can also come in the color of Grey, pure white, and black with strikes or markings of copper, brown, and red colors.

You can see the pictures that have been showing above and some of the Other pictures too that have been shown below and expect what to see from Keeshond Husky Mix.


One picture of Keeshond Husky Mix is a mix of husky and keeshond while the other picture is a mix of Alaskan malamute and keeshond. Alaskan malamute is also a bred that comes in the term Siberian Husky.

Keeshond Husky Mix size

A Keeshond Husky Mix can come in a medium-size as both parents – Siberian Husky and Kishan are both medium-sized working dogs. It is very obvious to say that Keeshond Husky Mix will be like its parent’s size.

Keeshond Siberian Husky Mix height, weight, and life span

In the interview, Ricky said that he had 3 Keeshond Husky Mix and each of them looked different from one another, and he also mentioned that their height and weight a slightly different.


So, right now we are going to take a quick look at its parent’s height weight, and lifespan. so that we can come to a conclusion about what to expect from a Keeshond Husky Mix.

Keeshond comes with a height of 1 foot 4 inches to 1 foot 7 inches tall at the shoulder and weighs between 35 to 45 pounds. You can expect its life span around 12 to 15 years.

Siberian Husky comes with a height of 1 foot 8 inches to 1 foot 11 inches tall at the solder and weighs between 35 to 60 pounds. 12 to 15 years of life span is expected from a Siberian Husky.

So, both of its parents have different heights and weights. So, we can expect that a Keeshond Husky Mix lifespan is going to be between 12 to 15 years and it can come with the height of 1 foot 2 inches to 1 foot 9 inches tall at the solder.


A healthy Keeshond Husky Mix should weigh around 35 to 45 Pounds approx. Beyond that range, it would be considered as an overweighted dog.

Keeshond Husky Mix Temperament

Keeshond Husky Mix Temperament

As I Told you, each Keeshond Husky Mix is going to inherit different physical as well as behavioral traits as it totally depends on how much and what they inherit from its parents, Keeshond and Siberian Husky.


However, they can be very energetic, loyal, and charming and can be very affectionate towards their owner. They can also be good watchdogs as they have a high alerting and friendly nature.

In the case of Keeshond Husky Mix, if you are a first-time dog owner and looking for a good hybrid then maybe I would not recommend you a Mix like this one.


Apart from that, they can be very bossy and arrogant sometimes and may not behave Co-operatively with you in the training session.


Training a Keeshond Husky Mix can be either easy or very hard as both of its parents have different traits in training sessions.

Both the parents Siberian Husky and Keeshond tend to be very affectionate towards the owner and can be very friendly toward strangers as well. They can also get along with children as well as other pets.

They can also be very good Watchdogs and working dogs as their parents tend to be very energetic and aggressive barkers. However, one of its parents – Husky also tends to be very lazy sometimes so you might also expect some of that too from Keeshond Husky Mix.

They are not very good at being alone, they can get easily stressed out if they are left alone on their own for more than 6 hours.


Keeshond Husky Mix Also doesn’t like to be ignored by their owner or their family member as they need some interaction too.


If they feel ignored by You or anybody in the home, they tend to start chewing their owner’s belonging to let them know that they need some interaction with you or with his friend.

Keeshond Husky Mix health issues.

I Expect that you probably have heard of the downsides of adopting a hybrid and if you haven’t then it might be a shock for you or the last thing that you wanted to hear but unfortunately, every Designer dog comes with some genetic health issues.

It is very common for Keeshond Husky Mix to experience health issues because they can also inherit some health problems from their parents – husky and keeshond.


The most common diseases that you can more likely see in your Keeshond Husky Mix are dilated cardiomyopathy and cataracts.


Apart from that, there are also other issues that you may experience with Keeshond Husky Mix like excessive shedding, corneal dystrophy, hyperglycemia, hip dysplasia, allergies, and many more.

After researching and observing its parents Siberian Husky and keeshond health problems, we came to a conclusion that can help you to what to expect from a Keeshond Husky Mix

Keeshond Husky Mix can have some health issues like hypoglycemia, eyesight problems, allergy, discoloration, and excessive shedding.

It is always recommended to visit the vet very often with your Keeshond Husky Mix for a quick health checkup and you should always look forward to having occasional testing done on your Keeshond Husky Mix’s skin, elbows, and hips.


Quick health checkups once every month can help you identify and eliminate the problems at the early stage before they spread aggressively.

History

Adopting a mix of a designer breed or hybrid like this one is very common nowadays and it is also becoming quite a trend for the last few years.


Breeding and adopting hybrid like this one is very-very-very common in the United States. Even, we knew that breeding a hybrid is not a natural thing and a Keeshond Husky Mix is definitely not but still they are being bred in numbers by puppy Mills and breeders.

The reason behind breeding numbers of hybrids is its increasing demands over the past 5 years.


You can take a quick look at the graph that I have shown right here, down below that how much the demand for designer dogs have been increased over the last five years

Now, let’s talk about a Keeshond Husky Mixhistory, talking about a Keeshond Husky Mix history there is nothing to discuss as it is a hybrid and has been crossed in the last decades for the first time.


But interestingly, we manage to get some information that is amazing and interesting on it’s both parents.


Both Siberian husky and Keeshond got a brief history to discuss but here, we are only going to take a quick look at history so that we can save time and spend some on Keeshond Husky Mix.

Origin of Keeshond

I don’t know if you know that or not but keeshond is a very close cousin to Pomeranian, elkHound, samoyed, and chow. In the 18 century, Keeshond used to be a very good companion and a perfect watchdog that used to be called rijnaken On The Rhine River.

In the time of political unrest, they used to be the best-loved dog of Holland. The first Keeshond was registered in 1930 in the non Sporting group by the American Kennel Club. Apart from that, in late 1930, the Keeshond Club of America was formed.

Origin of Siberian Husky

It is believed that decided Husky was originated by The Tribe of Siberian nomads. By the DNS test, it has been confirmed that they are one of the oldest dog breeds that are still present around us.


From the beginning, Siberian Husky used to be very affectionate and friendly who loves to attract the Chuchkies. Siberian Husky used preferred as a good walking dog as well as a perfect family dog who often used to sleep with the children and provide them warmth during the winters.

For the first time in 1908, the Siberian Husky was imported to Alaska as sledding dogs. In the 408 miles dogs sled race. they used to be a very active competitor and even today they are known as tough competition in this sweepstakes.

In 1930, the American Kennel Club recognized the Siberian Husky, and several clubs were founded in 1938. Apart from that, they were also recognized by the Canadian kennel club in 1930 after the Siberian Husky Club of America was formed.

Characteristics and facts of Keeshond Husky Mix.

  • Keeshond Husky Mix can be a very intelligent, adorable, playful, lively, active and outgoing dog. They can also inherit some different genes and unique behavioral traits from their parents as they are hybrids of Siberian Husky and Keeshond.

  • It’s both parents very friendly by nature and gets easily along with children as well as other pet animals. So, it’s hybrid is also going to be very affectionate towards children and even with strangers.

  • They also tend to bark When a Stranger approaches at the door. They also good Watchdog as well as working dogs too.

  • Keeshond Husky Mix may always look forward to spending some time with its owner as they can be very affectionate towards their owner and can also be very outgoing sometimes.

  • If you are a very busy person and if you spend most of the time at the office then maybe a Keeshond Husky Mix is not a good dog for you.

  • Keeshond Husky Mix is a very high energy dog, so you will need to drain their energy to keep them from being destructive at home in your absence. They can be very destructive at home and jump on and off of the furniture in your absence. So it would be recommended to train them and exercise them frequently to keep their energy level low.

  • Training a Keeshond Husky Mix can be very hard as one of its parent Siberian Husky is very hard to train but on the other side, it’s also a mix of keeshond who tend to be very easy to train. So, it depends on what kind of genes they inherit from each of its parents.

  • Most of the time, it has been seen that both the parents of Keeshond Husky Mix get easily stressed out if they left alone on their own. So, leaving your Keeshond Husky Mix for too long can make them feel depressed and stressed and can also make them aggressive towards you and your belongings too.

  • They can shed twice a year or even frequently as it depends on what and how much they inherit their physical traits from their parents. However, you don’t need to worry about experience allergies around them as they can be also hypoallergenic dogs. But, there is no studies that prove that they can be a hypoallergenic dog but yes you can keep their allergies at a minimum by practicing a proper grooming method on them.

  • Keeshond Husky Mix can come with a very thick top layered Coat that requires proper clipping and trimming occasionally done on them. Apart from that, you will also need to trim their claws as well as bad them once a month to keep them fresh, healthy, and allergen-free.
  • A Keeshond Husky Mix is a mutt by which I mean a hybrid of Siberian Husky and keeshond. So, it is very obvious to face some genetic health problems from Keeshond Husky Mix. Some minor health problems that I have mentioned above can occur but with proper care and attention, you can avoid and eliminate these health concerns early.

How to take care of Keeshond Husky Mix

Bathing

It is never recommended to bathe your Keeshond Husky Mix more than once a month as it will make their skin look unnatural and dry.


And I think that this is not what you want from your Keeshond Husky Mix to look rough, bad, and dry.


It is recommended to use proper shampoo and conditioner on their skin that can really help their skin getting moisturized after every single bath.

Most people seem to ignore using a good pet shampoo and conditioner on them but if you don’t use a proper shampoo and conditioner it will make their skin dry more than you expected.


Apart from there, dry skin can also promote more danders forming which leads towards allergic reactions getting triggered on you

Grooming

Keeshond Husky Mix can have a thick top layered coat with medium-sized here that sheds occasionally as well as seasonally.


You may need to brush their coat often by which I mean you must brush a Keeshond Husky Mix coat once every 2-3 days. Adding to that, it is also recommended and it would be best if you brush your dog’s coat every day.

Keep in mind that they can be very aggressive shedders, so it would be recommended to brush their coats outside the home so that their hair won’t get collected inside and spread all over your home.


Apart from that, you also need to make sure that you make the grooming experience less painful and more fun for your dog.

You must brush their coat in the direction of their hair growth as brushing their coat against the direction of their hair growth can make your Keeshond Husky Mix feel pain and make them behave very aggressively towards you and the brush.


It is also recommended to invest in a good de-shedding tool so that you can lessen the work that needed to be done on the shedding season of dogs.

You may also need a slicker or a pin brush to brush their Court every day. Apart from that, it is also recommended to moisturize their skin properly and keep them on a healthy diet.

Dietary needs

Each of them is going to have their own needs and a hybrid dog’s dietary routine slightly differs from a normal dog diet. So, please always consult a good doctor to prepare a good diet routine so that you can keep them healthy all the time. Always remember that hybrid is always prone to allergies.

A good dietary routine will keep them always healthy as well as it will make sure that your Keeshond Husky Mix is not being sick and will have it’s a full life to live. You can also add some supplements to keep them healthy all the time.

You can feed them vegetables as well as fruits but it is always recommended to feed them with proper dog food that contains a good amount of meat.

Always make sure that you are feeding them with good quality of dog food otherwise you may need to face some health concerns from your dog and you may also have to invest from your budget to cure them.

Keeshond Husky Mix price and how to find them

How much does Keeshond Husky Mix puppy cost?Keeshond Husky Mix public can cost you around $1000 to $2,500 depending upon the quality of the puppy, availability of the puppy, and at your residential location. Apart from that, its price also depends on where you are adopting your puppy and if it is coming with a popular color combination or any Health Insurance or not.

How to find Keeshond Husky Mix puppy? You can easily find a Keeshond Husky Mix puppy online. You can do a Quick Search over the internet or you can just google it and check the availability of the puppy over the trusted websites. If you can’t manage to find one nearby, you can also import one from another country to your state as it will be the last option. But before you import one, make sure that you check the insurance paper that ensures that they are healthy.

I hope guys that I have given you a rough idea about Keeshond Husky Mix. And if I did then do comment below and let me know if you are really looking forward to adopting one or not.

If you are not sure if your companion is going to be a Keeshond Husky Mix then I can recommend you some hybrid as well in the comment section or you can check the mix breeds section


But make sure that you do comment so that I can guide you and make sure that you to invest in a good and healthy pet.

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Malamute mix keeshond

Huskies are the standout model dogs in your neighborhood. They have stunning eyes, unique coat markings, and so much personality. But they’re not the only beauties that can show off.

In fact, there are 13 other breeds that look like huskies (in some fashion).

Unsurprisingly, a lot of these are arctic or sled dog breeds. Which makes sense. If you needed a companion out in the snowy wilderness you would look for some specific traits.

Just remember: most of these are working breeds. That means they need a lot of exercise and stimulation, otherwise they get bored and very destructive.

Maybe wolves are more to your taste – in that case see our guide on dogs that look like wolves.

1. Malamute

Malamute

Let’s start with the most obvious similarity: the Alaskan Malamute. The Malamute is taller and heavier than a husky. And quite a bit more muscular. 

Both the husky and malamute were bred for pulling in harsh arctic conditions. However, the Malamute was designed for heavier loads over longer periods of time, hence the extra muscle.

Malamute owners will often tell you about their stubbornness. These dogs require a lot of training and patience to fit into your typical family.

These are a working breed, and if they don’t have a daily outlet for their extreme energy they’ll quickly become bored and destructive.

2. Utonogan

Utonagan is a newer crossbreed, introduced to the UK in the 1980’s, which is a mix of Malamute, Siberian Husky, and German Shepherd.

Similar to a Husky temperament; they are curious, affectionate, loyal, and playful, but require daily training and exercise. They have plenty of personality, and are very receptive to their owners.

Utonegan’s are energetic, so they need to run and require mental stimulation. Their free roaming instinct is very much alive so they are best suited for large living spaces and acreages.

3. Samoyed

Samoyed

Samoyed’s are the thicker, fluffier, version of a Husky. They are the epitome of a white fluffy dog.

The biggest difference is the Samoyed are not completely over-energized like their ecstatic Husky cousins. But they still require an outlet for their energy (daily training or long runs).

Samoyed’s are a lovable, happy, and often “talkative” dog breed with a silly personality. They enjoy being chatty with an assortment of barks, howls, and grunts. They’re happiest when with their family, and do not take well to being left alone.

4. Tamaskan

Tamaskan Dog

Tamaskans are a dog breed designed to look like wolves, but with the temperament of a dog. Officially recognized as a breed in 2013, this once rare breed breed is now quickly becoming a more common sight.

Tamaskans share many similar personality traits with a Husky. They’re silly, highly energetic, talkative, stubborn, and require a lot of patience.

Their surge in popularity has also lead to unethical breeding practices. Be informed on adoption to ensure the health and safety of your pup.

5. American Eskimo

​Intelligent, affectionate, and excited for life – the American Eskimo is a perfect family dog. These are ​energetic and curious dogs that are seeking new daily challenges, so they need you to give them physical and mental stimulation. With all that energy and brains you don’t want these dogs getting bored, or they may result to destructive behavior.

​Furthermore, Eskies are considered “Velcro” dogs, and they’ll be stuck to you for the entire day, following you around the house like a curious shadow. These are not dogs you can leave alone for any long period of time.

6. Keeshond

keeshond

This dog loves nothing more than to spend time with his family and loved ones. In fact, the Keeshond is a highly social animal, and cannot be left alone at any time. That will become very apparent as they “Velcro” onto you and follow you everywhere. And that thick coat needs love too, as you’ll assume the roll of a full time brusher to control the heavy amounts of shedding.

Keeshonds can be a mouthy breed, and although they have the best intentions, they do tend to bark and yell frequently. 

7. Saarloos Wolfdog

saarloos
While similar in design to a Tamaskan, these dogs tend to have significantly more ‘wolf-like’ traits. They’re typically non-aggressive but they also tend to be shy, cautious, and quite stubborn.
 
The Saarloos is recommended to owners without children, and who can provide a large outdoor space to accommodate their free-roaming nature.
 
 

8. Akita Inu

Once used for protecting royalty, the Akita has since retired from guard duty into the family life. These are a proud breed, and have unwavering respect for their owners and loved ones, but can ​overly protective at the same time. Their guarding traits are still very strong.

Akita’s like to talk – all day and everyday. Somewhere in between whining and barking they make use of their vocal chords to let themselves be heard in every situation – often with hilarious results. They tend use that mouth for other things too, like carrying objects or toys at all times.

​Because of their ​protective nature ​and strong opinions, the Akita is hard to train, and are not​ suited for inexperienced owners​. ​These dogs have aggressive tendencies that require a lot of ​patience to work through.

9. Finnish Spitz

Finnish-Spitz

Finish Spitz are very unique hunting breed, and similar to your Husky – they tend to ‘talk’ a lot. They are described as active and alert, and therefore make excellent watchdogs.

But you won’t find any aggression here, they’re extremely friendly and gentle with kids and new people. They are loyal right down to the bone, and always ready to tell you how their feeling with their talkative nature. 

10. Swedish Vallhund

Swedish Vallhund

The best way to describe the Swedish Vallhund is like combining a Husky with a Corgi (although they have no relation to either).

Despite their small stature these are very much a working breed. Originally bred to herd cows, they have endless amounts of running and barking stored within them. Which can certainly test your patience.

But there’s always time for play and fun. And if you can accommodate their energetic lifestyle the Vallhund make excellent companions.

11. Czech wolfdog

Czechoslovakian Wolfdog

A New dog breed that was created to have the temperament of a German Shepherd, but the physical build and strength of a Carpathian Wolf. Originally bred to be attack dogs in Czechoslovakia in the 1980’s, the ​Czechoslovakian Wolfdog are now used for a range of work.

These dogs require a high level of training and strong leadership. They may be loyal to your family, but are suspicious of strangers. Czech wolf dogs are active and playful, and need daily stimulation to feed their curious minds. They are best suited for large open spaces where they can roam and get daily exercise.

Until 2008 this dog was classified as a “Dangerous Wild Animal” in the UK. And due to the wolf-content of this breed, they cannot be legally owned in some States or Countries.

12. ​Shikoku Dog

Shikoku’s are enthusiastic and sociable dogs, and can certainly make a good addition to your family.

However, these are working breeds, and were often used for hunting boars. While they are essentially a good natured dog, they still carry those working traits to this day.

Exercise, socialization, and mental stimulation are required everyday. If they become bored they’ll become frustrated and destructive

Also, Shikoku’s have a very high prey drive, so they will chase any small creature or interesting object. 

13. Icelandic Sheepdog

Icelandic Sheepdogs are part of the “Spitz” family (see Finnish Spitz – #8 on this list). That’s because they carry common physical traits of pointy ears, almond eyes, foxy face, and a thick coat. Perfect for this list.

These are active dogs that love exercise and work. They’ll need a lot of daily activity and runs to keep them healthy and happy. They’re incredibly intelligent but also get bored easily, so best to keep them occupied.

Icelandic Sheepdogs are compassionate and caring, and love being the center of attention. A daily routine of fun and cuddles is all this dog really wants. 

14. West Siberian Laika

West Siberian laika

The Laika is another dog that’s apart of the Spitz family (see above). And in similar fashion, this is a hunting and working breed that loves to stay active.

As the name the suggests, the West Siberian Laika was discovered in Russia, originating hundreds of years ago as a hunting companion for the Hanty and Mansi cultures in West Siberia.

As for their temperament – let’s just say this isn’t the ideal dog for new owners. They’re stubborn, independent, destructive, and vocal.

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