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List of Hybrid Dogs - I

(Desginer Dogs) (Boutique Dogs)

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

  • Imo-Inu - (American Eskimo x Shiba Inu mix)
  • Irish Bostetter - (Irish Setter x Boston Terrier mix)
  • Irish Boston Terrier - (Irish Terrier x Boston Terrier mix)
  • Irish Dane - (Irish Wolfhound x Great Dane mix)
  • Irish Dobe Setter - (Irish Setter x Doberman Pinscher mix)
  • Irish Doodle - (Irish Setter x Poodle mix)
  • Irish Mastiff - (Irish Wolfhound x Mastiff mix)
  • Irish Russian Spanterrier - (Irish Water Spaniel x Black Russian Terrier  mix)
  • Irish Wolf Schnauzer - (Giant Schnauzer x Irish Wolfhound mix)
  • Irish Troodle - (Irish Terrier x Poodle mix)
  • Irish Wolf Greyhound - (Irish Wolfhound x Greyhound mix)
  • Irish Wolfoodle - (Irish Wolfhound x Poodle mix)
  • Italian-Bichon - (Bichon Frise x Italian Greyhound mix)
  • Italian Bulldogge - (Neapolitan Mastiff x Olde English Bulldogge mix)
  • Italian Cavalier Greyhound  - (Italian Greyhound x Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix)
  • Italian Daniff - (Cane Corso Italiano / Great Dane mix)
  • Italian Greagle - (Italian Greyhound x Beagle mix)
  • Italian Grey Min Pin - (Italian Greyhound x Miniature Pinscher mix)
  • Italian Greyhuahua - (Chihuahua x Italian Greyhound mix)
  • Italian Mastweiler  - (Italian Mastiff x Rottweiler mix)
  • Italian Papihound - (Italian Greyhound x Papillon mix)
  • Irish Saint Terrier - (Irish Terrier x Saint Bernard mix)
  • Italian Tzu - (Italian Greyhound x Shih Tzu mix)

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 the most popular hybrid 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 hybrid 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.

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