— As designer dogs, Puggle puppies may be problematic, but these 10 pictures are pleasing!
— If you want a "wolfish" dog, I say choose a breed that looks like one. What do you think?
— Usher wins a $12,000 Goldendoodle at a charity auction. How many things are wrong with that sentence?
— This cross of the Jack Russell Terrier and the Pug is a highly energetic pooch with a lust for life.
— The sweet Snorkie loves to be the center of attention. Careful, though, this cute pup can get a bit snappy.
— These sweet, loving dogs are very people-oriented, so include them in family life as much as possible.
— This cross between a Poodle and a Boxer looks nothing like your average small, cute hybrid. This is a big, lovable dog.
— The Doxiepoo, bred from a Poodle and a Dachshund, is a quiet, obedient dog, until a distraction comes his way -- then it's off to the races.
— A cross between the Affenpinscher and the Poodle, the Affenpoo is a playful, self-contained dog who's not above letting you know what's what.
— Careful: Bichon-Poos are dangerously adorable, which is no surprise since its parents are the Bichon Frise and the Poodle.
— It's no surprise that a cross between the Havanese and the Maltese makes a perfect teddy-bear pooch, but it's also a super companion dog.
— In a Lhasapoo, the noble pedigree of the Lhasa Apso gets doused in a bit of Miniature Poodle fun. Still, he might be a bit snooty around strangers.
— We're profiling popular mix-up pups (don't call them "designer dogs") and this week, it's all about the Morkie.
— Goldendoodles are easy-going and adorable, but watch out for the almost-too-smart Poodle traits!
— These boisterous, sweet bundles of fur are the first official hybrid breed. Silly name, sweet dog.
— So, someone somewhere thought "Man, if only this Pug had more Beagle in it," and BAM the Puggle was born.
— Ah, the Labradoodle. If you've yet to meet one, you're likely living under a rock in the middle of the Sahara.
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