The 30 Best Hybrid Dog Breeds That’ll Make You Fall In Love

All dogs are a gift from the heavens, but there are some truly unique and incredible dog breeds out there. What’s more, some mixes between them have resulted in the most awesome breeds you can imagine. That is why we’ve compiled 30 of the best hybrid dog breeds in the world that will surely make you want to adopt them all. If you’re thinking about getting a purebred dog, give one of these breeds a try because they are super special!

#30. Pitsky

Just take a look at this cutie-pie! The Pitsky is a mix between a Siberian Husky and a Pitbull, two of the most famous breeds out there. Because of their parents’ nature, they can be a challenge, but they are so worth it. They are big, muscular, and super energetic, so you’re gonna have to take them on long walks through the park and keep them entertained. If you have the time and energy to care for them, they’ll make you the happiest person in the world.

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An experienced dog owner is recommended in order to socialize them appropriately. All their energy needs to be channeled in a positive way to prevent them from being aggressive. Also, it is better if they’re the only dog in the household. Their looks are absolutely unpredictable, but one thing is for sure: they’re going to be extremely adorable. You’ll definitely fall in love with them the moment you make eye contact.

#29. Dalcorgi

These rare puppers have all the bootylicious qualities of a Corgi, with the elegance and the beautiful black-and-white spots of a Dalmatian. Dalmatians tend to be stubborn while Corgis are extremely friendly, so their mix is usually the best of both worlds. They also inherit their great energy from their Dalmatian side and are excellent herding dogs. Their looks are unpredictable, but they tend to be rather small.

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They will keep any family busy thanks to their charisma, playfulness and energetic nature. They don’t tend to grow very big because their Corgi side is usually dominant, but they are much more active than them. They do however get most of their personality from their Dalmatian side. The Dalcorgi is an extremely rare dog, however, so one of these puppies won’t be easy to find, but if you manage to get one, you’ll never regret it.

#28. Chusky

Chow Chows are one of the rarest, most expensive breeds out there, but the combination of a Chow Chow with a Husky is even rarer. The Chusky has the wild spirit of the Husky and the elegance and confidence of the Chow Chow, making it a super attractive breed. However, they are high maintenance dogs and require lots of attention. Chow Chows used to be the favorite breed of the royals of ancient China – and for good reason!

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If you’ve got the money, time, and energy needed to keep up with the Chusky, you’ll get a loyal, playful and affectionate four-legged friend who will stay by your side at all times. They develop very strong emotional connections with their owners and are super protective, and they also get along with other dogs as well. If you are up for the challenge, these puppies will never ever disappoint you.

#27. Dalmachshund

How can you not look at this tiny little thing and not go aaaaaawww!!!? The extremely cute mix between a Dachshund and a Dalmatian is known as the Dalmachshund, and they are very, very rare to find. They are usually the size of a Dachshund, so you can carry them around anywhere you want and are good for people who live in apartments. Their fur, however, is unpredictable, but they usually have spots here and there.

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As far as their personalities go, they can be stubborn and are usually very loyal, playful and sweet. They take after their Dalmatian ancestors and are tenacious, graceful and very protective. Despite their size, Dachshunds are hunting dogs as well, so this breed can be quite prone to hunting small animals. If you get to have one of them in your life, your world will be turned upside down for all the best reasons.

#26. Labsky

Huskies are one of the most popular breeds in the world because they’re playful, social, loyal and energetic, so it’s no surprise that they make the best crossbreeds. Mix them with the sweet, easy going and kind Labrador, and you’ll get the super cute Labsky. They are wild and outdoorsy like Huskies but have the friendly and loveable temperament of the Labrador.

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If you want a bouncy, happy dog that will take you on many adventures, then the Labsky is the perfect puppy for you. Of course, they need a lot of care and extensive exercise, so keeping them locked up in an apartment is a bad idea. If you have a big house or extra time in your hands to take him for walks a couple of times a day, then you won’t regret it.

#25. Chug

With a little Chug in your life, you get the bouncy, energetic character of a Chihuahua with the friendliness and sweetness of a Pug – so what’s not to like? One thing that makes these dogs attractive is their size, so they are great for people who live in apartments or who just don’t want to take care of a big dog. And also, have you seen their little snouts? They’re to die for.

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These adorable doggos need to be socialized early though because they might turn their energy into an aggressive character trait and might try to attack bigger dogs. They are overly confident and can be stubborn at times, but are also super quick learners. They tend to adapt to their owners’ lifestyle, so wherever you go, they’ll follow.

#24. Corgi German Shepherd

The result of mixing a German Shepherd with a Corgi is absolutely amazing. The mix has the best qualities of each of its parents. Although they seem to be very different, the two breeds actually have a lot in common. For example, they were both originally bred as herding and working dogs. But it’s true that they look super different.

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Physically, they usually have the small, chubby body of the Corgi, but the head and face of a German Shepherd and the combination is just perfect. They tend to be possessive and territorial, so it’s better if they’re the only dog in the family. All they want to do is protect their owners and be loyal to them. If you want a furry friend that will always be faithful to you, this is your dog.

#23. Beagleman

Not only does it have a funny name, but the Beagleman is also a very popular breed nowadays, and it’s relatively new. Rising to popularity in the 2000s, the mix between a Beagle and a Doberman has proven to be a loyal and caring four-legged buddy that will certainly lighten up any family home. These dogs are literally built for companionship.

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The Doberman was actually bred as a dog for personal protection, and the result was a very faithful and loving dog. On the other hand, the Beagle was bred as a hunting companion in the 18th century, but over time it also became a favorite breed for families who wanted to add a new loving member to their bunch. If you find one of these, don’t think twice.

#22. Cocker-Pei

The extravagant and majestic Cocker-Pei is the result of mixing a Shar-Pei and a Cocker Spaniel. Shar-Peis originated in ancient China and they are regarded as one of the rarest dogs in the world, especially because of their characteristic wrinkly, rough coat and blue-black tongue. The Cocker Spaniel, on the other hand, is much more common.

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The wonderful Cocker-Pei has the best of both worlds. It has the uniqueness and beauty of a Shar-Pei, and the companionship and playfulness of a Cocker Spaniel. However, they tend to be difficult to raise, so an experienced dog owner is adviced for raising puppies. But once the difficult part is over, you’ll get an extremely loyal, sweet, caring, and happy dog by your side.

#21. Shepherd Chow

German Shepherds are natural guard dogs who require an active lifestyle. But when you cross them with the fluffy Chow Chow, you get a people-pleasing pupper with a strong personality and plenty of love to give. They usually have the features of a German Shepherd with the extremely fluffy and fabulous coat of a Chow Chow. What more could you ask for?

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Shepherd Chows are very playful dogs that need an active lifestyle and the appropriate amount of exercise. They are independent and enjoy some time alone, but will always be ready for a cuddle. They are also easy to train, so they are highly recommended for first-time dog owners. They are hard to find and expensive, but if you get your hands on one of them, never let them go!

#20. German Sherpei

German Sherpeis are the result of mixing the rare and expensive Shar-Pei with the popular German Shepherd. Just like Shar-Peis, they are highly intelligent dogs and very playful, and they also take after German Shepherds in that they are extremely loyal, protective and strong. This combination results in a super versatile dog that can adapt to any household and lifestyle.

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This breed is relatively new, therefore not much is known about it. Their looks can be unpredictable, but they usually have the build and fur of the German Shepherd, with the distinct facial features of the Shar-Pei, with wrinkles on the face, head, and shoulders. One thing is for sure though, you won’t regret getting one of these. They are one of the best companion breeds you could ever find.

#19. Horgi

The charisma and cuteness of the Horgi cannot be put into words. Horgis are the result of mixing a Husky and a Corgi, two of the most popular and beloved dog breeds in the world. Although both of them are very common, Horgies tend to be rare. That is because individually, each breed is challenging, so putting them together can prove to be a difficult task.

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These super adorable puppers are adventurous and outgoing like Huskies, but friendly, sweet and playful like Corgis. Their looks will depend on which side of their line is stronger. You could get an adorable Corgi-sized puppy with typical Husky fur, or a sturdy, large dog with a Corgi face. But no matter how they end up looking, they will certainly be excellent companions and you will make plenty of happy memories together.

#18. Bullpug

Bulldogs and Pugs are already similar in some ways, especially when it comes to their features. But cross-breeding them yields the adorable and highly popular Bullpug, who has the best of both worlds. They tend to be muscular and well-built, and their Pug characteristics are most noticeable in their cute, round faces. They are even popularly known as Miniature Bulldogs because that’s what they look like.

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These cuties are excellent with children and don’t weigh more than 40 pounds. They are usually pretty small, affectionate, loyal, sensitive and super playful. They are a great choice for families looking to add a four-legged member to their bunch, and they will never disappoint their owners. They also get along pretty well with other pets, so you can definitely get more than one of these babies.

#17. Schnoodle

The Schnoodle gets its funny name from the two breeds that were crossed to create it: the Schnauzer and the Poodle. As both of its ancestors are popular designer dogs, the Schnoodle became one of the top choices of families looking to add a dog to their home, because they have the best characteristics of each breed. Also, they are extremely versatile, which makes them even more attractive.

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Schnoodles have been used as lap dogs, therapy dogs, family dogs, and performance dogs because they are always willing to please their owners and make them happy. They are caring, sweet, and friendly, so it’s basically impossible not to love them. They easily adapt to their environment, and their small size is a plus for many owners who live in small places.

#16. Sharp Asset

The Sharp Asset or Ba-Shar is the combination of a Shar-Pei and a Basset Hound. As we’ve learned already, Shar-Peis are a top choice for cross-breeding because of all their positive characteristics, and combining them with Basset Hounds results in an incredible dog that will make any family happy. Basset Hounds are known for being friendly, outgoing and playful, and they get along super well with kids.

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The Sharp Asset varies in color and size but tends to inherit its coat from the Shar-Pei, which is water-repellent, dense, and wrinkly.  Because of this, they are fairly easy to maintain and don’t require much grooming, which makes them very attractive to owners who don’t have a lot of free time on their hands. They tend to be larger than Basset Hounds but can still adapt to living in an apartment.

#15. Goberian

Golden Retrievers are one of the most beloved dog breeds in the world, not only because of their stunning looks but also for their charismatic and friendly nature. Mix one of them with the ol’ reliable Husky and you’ll get a gorgeous Goberian. They are sweet and very loyal to whoever they consider their leader. Once they form an emotional connection with their owner, the two of them become inseparable.

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They are much more affectionate than the average dog, which is a major plus. Who wouldn’t want one of these huggable, fluffy fellas following them around day and night? Goberians need plenty of exercise though, and their long coats need a lot of maintenance as well, but if you have the energy and time to take care of them, you’ll probably be the happiest and luckiest dog owner on the planet.

#14. Utonagan

The Utonagan is a very rare and unique breed that resulted from the crossing of several kinds of dogs during the 1980s. Originally known as the Northern Inuit Dog, the Utonagan has Husky, German Shepherd, and Alaskan Malamute genes, as well as other unidentified ones. Despite looking like wolves and having a wild spirit, these doggos are actually very sweet and gentle.

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They absolutely love being with people and running around all day. They are very large in size, but their biggest asset is their heart. They do need enough mental and physical exercise and don’t respond well to being locked up. That is why they need to live in a house with space to run or be taken out for several walks a day. All they want is your love and attention, and in exchange, they will give you all of their love.

#13. Bullmatian

Crossbreeding a Bulldog with a Dalmatian will result in the adorable Bullmatian. Not only is their name super cool, but they are some of the friendliest, sweetest breeds you’ll ever find. They tend to have the muscular build of a Bulldog, and the characteristic black-and-white spots of the Dalmatian. However, their looks do vary. All in all, they are usually quite large.

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They are easy to care for and their fur doesn’t need a lot of grooming. But what they do need is a lot of space to run and explore. They don’t do well in confined spaces, so if you live in an apartment, you should go for a different breed. If you have plenty of space for your Bullmatian to run free, you’ll get a loyal, playful, caring and loving dog by your side at all times.

#12. Gordie

Golden Retrievers and Corgis are known for their easy-going and playful temperament, so imagine combining the two. Mixing them results in the loveable Gordie, which is one of the sweetest and friendliest dogs you could ever hope for. This rare hybrid dog can look like either parent. It can be small and fluffy or large with short hair, depending on which side of its line is predominant.

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The two breeds were carefully mixed with the purpose of creating a hunting companion like a Corgi that had the endurance and size of the Golden Retriever, The result was a playful, loving pupper perfect for a family that needs some extra love. No wonder Queen Elizabeth II has had several of them!

#11. Goldendoodle

The Goldendoodle, which is the result of mixing a Golden Retriever and a Poodle, has become so popular in recent years that breeders have developed four different kinds of Goldendoodles. They can be petite, mini, medium, and standard, to please all owners. They are extremely popular because they are just so sweet and caring!

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All they want to do is cuddle and play with their humans, so if you’re looking for a guard dog, you’re looking in the wrong place. They are naturally social and get along with adults, children, and other animals as well. Goldendoodles are also easy to train because they are very intelligent, so they are perfect for first-time pet owners. You’ll have the time of your life with one of them by your side.

#10. Yorkipoo

The adorable Yorkipoo is a cross between a Mini Poodle and a Yorkshire Terrier. They may be super tiny, but their hearts are as big as they come. They are super affectionate and gentle, and will certainly make any family the happiest in the world.

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They are pretty energetic though, so expect a lot of barking. But hey, any sound that comes out of these cuties should be music to your ears. They are also very fast and can jump pretty high, so they are very good at competitions. Not only that, but they are also quick learners and easy to train.

#9. Cheagle

The adorkable Cheagle has the best qualities of both of its parents: the tiny energetic body of a Chihuahua with the floppy ears and colors of a Beagle. You can’t go wrong with this one! The travel-sized pupper is perfect for families who can keep up with its enthusiasm. As far as their tempers go, they may be more like one parent or the other.

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Cheagles normally are outgoing and get easily excited, especially when their favorite human walks in the room. They are playful and very affectionate, and they love to bark, which is why they need to be trained early to prevent them from barking too much. They like to be the star of the show, however, so they work better as the only pet in the house.

#8. Corgipoo

It is no surprise that yet another Corgi crossbreed has made it to our list, given that Corgis have so many excellent qualities that make them very attractive to millions of dog owners around the world. If you mix a Corgi with another popular dog, the Poodle, you’ll get the sweet, playful and fluffy Corgipoo. They usually have the body of a Corgi, with the coat of a Poodle.

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A great quality about the Corgipoo is that its fur is hypoallergenic, so anyone can enjoy having one at home. Another characteristic is that they are very, very small. A full-grown doggy is no more than 12 inches! They are super sociable and get along well with other pets. Who wouldn’t want one?

#7. Aussiepom

The Aussiepom is extremely unique. It is the combination of the tiny, fluffy Pomeranian and the wild and adventurous Australian Shepherd. They can come in a number of colors and sizes, but they tend to be small – and most of all, extra fluffy. Some even have pointed ears and curled-over tails. We don’t know a lot about them, however, because they’re a relatively new breed.

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Although their looks and temperaments may vary, they usually look like a tiny version of the Australian Shepherd while they are stubborn and playful like Pomeranians. One thing is for sure, they develop very strong bonds with their owners, and will forever be loyal and caring to them. They get so attached, that they may develop separation anxiety from being left alone for prolonged periods of time. Awww!

#6. Corgle

The Corgle or Beagi is the sweet mix of a Beagle and a Corgi. Both breeds originated in England, and are now some of the most beloved breeds in the entire world because they are playful, highly intelligent, and just overall amazing companions. Their looks and temperament are unpredictable, and they may resemble one parent more than the other.

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If they have more Corgi in them, they will probably be quick, intelligent, and affectionate. Herding is in their DNA, so you’ll catch them running around a lot. But if it is more like the Beagle, they will love to please people. Generally, they just love to play with humans and make them smile.

#5. Whoodle

The crossbreed between a Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier and a Poodle renders one of the fluffiest dogs you will ever see: the Whoodle. Also known as Sweatenpoos, these puppers are playful and energetic and love spending day and night with their owners. Not much is known about them though, because they are not such a common breed.

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They are, however, known for their stubborn temperament, yet they are fairly easy to train and they love to please humans. With the right training and patience, they will be the most loyal and friendly dogs in the universe. Also, look how fluffy they are!

#4. Puggle

Can you imagine what the mix between a Pug and a Beagle looks like? Well, you don’t have to, because it exists, and it’s known as a Puggle. These adorable doggos usually have the signature face of a Pug, with the size and the flappy ears of a Beagle. They are healthier than Pugs are, and are also pretty robust. However, they can be very stubborn.

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If you need to add an energetic member to your family to lighten up the house, this is the dog for you. They may be reluctant to listen to you because they are very self-confident and independent, but with the right training, they’ll come along. They are extremely affectionate and adapt to any kind of lifestyle, which makes them very attractive pets for those who live in big cities.

#3. Maltipoo

Although the Maltipoo is extremely common these days, it is still not recognized as a dog breed of its own. It is actually the crossbreed between a Maltese and a Poodle, and are very popular designer dogs because of their adorable curly fur, their sweet character, and their small size. They are also a good fit for elderly people because they’re very patient and easy to care for.

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Their fun-loving nature makes them an excellent choice for all kinds of families and lifestyles. They can be just as happy living in an apartment or a house, as long as they get their human’s attention. Maltipoos are also easy to train and get along with other pets, and at the same time are recommended for novice pet owners because of their easy-going attitude.

#2. Shorgi

The Shih Tzu, whose name means little lion, is a sweet, friendly pupper originated in Tibet, known for its long, luscious fur. Mixing one of them with the good ol’ Corgi results in the Shorgi, one of the cutest doggies you will ever find. As always, a Corgi crossbreed is always a good choice, but this one, in particular, is just amazing.

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Combining two of the sweetest and most affectionate breeds in the world gives you the best companion dog you can ask for. Shorgis worship their owners and just want to make them smile. However, this doesn’t mean that they aren’t independent. Sometimes, they just want to do their own thing, but their human pals will always be their number one priority.

#1. Pomsky

Huskies are an extremely popular breed and the favorite one of many people – and for good reason. They are gorgeous, active, playful, and very loyal. The problem with them, however, is that not only are they very high maintenance, but they are also large in size. It’s kind of like having a small wolf living with you, and that is not compatible with most people’s lifestyles.

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Fortunately, you can have a tiny, adorable version of a Husky mixed with the bouncy, fluffy, and sweet Pomeranian. Pomskies are super playful and silly, and will definitely lighten up any home. Because they take after Pomeranians when it comes to size, they can adapt to apartment life. They are, however, very high maintenance as well, so an experienced dog owner is recommended.

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