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The Most Popular & Unique Dog Breeds Families Want in 2018

Jack-A-Poo – Jack Russell Terrier, Miniature Poodle

Another crossbreed mixed with a crossbreed. The Jack-A-Poo is a mixture of the mini poodle and the Jack Russell Terrier and the result is one of the most captivating animals to ever exist. The Jack-A-Poo is a highly energetic, tiny breed that loves to play and get feisty with its owner. They are smart dogs but they also require a lot of attention or else you’re going to start finding all sorts of things chewed up around the house. But how could you stay mad at this face?

Maltipoo – Maltese and Poodle

Chusky – Chow Chow and Husky

This breed of designer dog is literally too fluffy to be true. The Chusky is a mixture of the Chow Chow and the Husky, yet it manages to be cuter than both of them and then some. The Chusky has a squat and fat body with the Chow Chow’s large fur and the Husky’s attentive face. They do well with children, but require an experienced owner. They bond very strongly with their humans and tend to be incredibly protective. Chuskies do best in an active house due to their high energy levels. They need a great deal of exercise to remain happy. We couldn’t imagine a better cuddle partner if we tried.

Maltese Shih Tzu – Maltese and Shih Tzu

Schnoodle – Schnauzer and Poodle

We are a sucker for small dogs and the Schnoodle checks all of our boxes. The Schnoodle mixes the Schnauzer and the Poodle into a smart, family friendly breed of dog that will never get too big for your smaller home. The Schnoodle is smart enough to learn tricks and independent enough to be fine relaxing on its own. The Schnoodle is a fun-loving, cheerful companion. With the energy level of the parent breeds, he thrives on plenty of exercise and playtime. He may have the Schnauzer traits of loyalty and protectiveness towards his family, and the eager to please and fun-loving demeanor of the Poodle They make for great family pets and they get along wonderfully with younger children.

Boxador – Boxer and Labrador

Hug – Husky and Pug

The Hug is a large crossbreed known for being affectionate, cheerful, friendly, intelligent, loving, and loyal. It is the cross of the Siberian Husky and Pug. The most common colors for Hugs are black, gray, red, silver, and white. To keep it healthy, it will need to get exercise regularly. The Hug commonly participates in guarding and search and rescue.

Chug – Chihuahua and Pug

Miniature English Bulldog – English Bulldog and Pug

The Miniature English Bulldog is a cross between two purebred breeds, the English Bulldog and the Pug. The Miniature English Bulldog is a fun-loving breed by nature and it is friendly with people and other pets. This breed is not the most active, but it does love to spend time playing with its family, though it would be equally happy to take a nap on the couch.

Miniature Boxer – Boston Terrier + Boxer

Yorkiepoo – Yorkshire Terrier + Poodle

This is one of the most popular poodle hybrids. The poodle in these pups means they’re highly intelligent and easy to train, but with the energy of a Yorkshire terrier, they could have bounds of energy and bark often. You’ve been warned!

Pitsky – Pit bull + Husky

Bullpei – English Bulldog + Chinese Shar Pei

This little floof mix will likely be a quietly confident best friend with a calm demeanor. They’re loving and highly loyal, and just have the cutest face that you’ll adore.

Boxador – Boxer + Labrador Retriever

Gollie – Golden Retriever + Collie

Mixing a golden retriever with a collie will most likely result in a well-mannered pup with patience, loyalty, and affection. Easy to housebreak and train, these mixes are perfect for almost any family.


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