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Mixed dog breeds are super cute!

There are hundreds to choose from, and no two dogs are alike.

Who can resist an adorable mixed-breed dog with large ears and a small body?

You never know what you will get with a mixed dog.

There is a lot to love, from their adorable faces to their silly names.

Keep reading to discover ten of the cutest mixed breeds and some fun facts about caring for them!

Top 10 Cutest Mixed Breed Dogs

It was hard to narrow down this list to just ten dogs!

The AKC (American Kennel Club) does not officially recognize any mixed breed dogs.

I, myself have two mixed-breed dogs including a Pitbull-mix my husband and I adopted from a shelter.

While we may not know her exact mix, we know she is an adorable sweetheart!

A pomsky walking on a leash

1. Pomsky (Pomeranian + Husky)

Pomeranians and Huskies are cute dogs on their own, but put together; the cuteness levels are off the roof!

A Pomsky is a mixed breed dog with one Pomeranian parent and a Husky parent.

Both dogs are adorable on their own.

Pomeranians have fluffy fur and wide eyes, and they are lively pets.

On the other hand, Huskies are a lot larger and have light blue eyes. Not all Pomsky puppies look alike, but they are still all cute!

These sweet pets grow between 10 to 15 inches tall. They are talkative dogs, a trait inherited from both parents.

chug staring at the camera

2. Chug (Pug + Chihuahua)

Have you ever heard of a Chug?

This goofy name is thanks to the mixed breed's parents (chihuahua and pugs).

When Chihuahuas and Pugs are bred together, you get a small, flat-faced puppy full of lively energy.

These puppies are adorable and have large friendly smiles.

Chugs are prone to gaining weight.

They struggle to stop eating, so owners need to feed them as directed.

These chubby puppies are sure to put a smile on your face with their curled tails and unique coats.

Labradoodle drinking water

3. Labradoodle (Labrador + Standard Poodle)

Labradoodle is such a fun mixed dog breed. They are a gentle giant breed with a Standard Poodle parent and a Labrador Retriever.

These fun dogs look like carpets with their shaggy and curly fur.

It is almost impossible if they didn't make this list!

They also come in many colors, so you never know what you will get!

Labradoodle puppies are super affectionate and grow fast.

Your Labradoodle puppy can grow from 10 pounds to 80 pounds in no time!

Chowski laying in field

4. Chowski (Chow Chow + Siberian Husky)

What do you get when you mix a Chow Chow and a Siberian Husky?

A Chowski!

They are a less common mixed breed dog than Labradoodles, but just as cute and affectionate.

Most Chowskis inherit their Chow Chow parent's fluffy and cloud-like fur, making them look like bears.

They stare at you with love in their eyes and small pointed triangle ears.

Sometimes Chowskis are called Chuksys.

Chowskis prefer to live with their owners and no other pets, but early socialization can start strong relationships.

chiweenie mixed dog breeds

5. Chiweenie (Chihuahua + Dachshund)

Chiweenies are among one the most popular mixed dog breeds.

They occur when a Chihuahua and a Dachshund (weenie) have adorable puppies!

This cute mixed breed makes people go ‘aw,' and it is understandable why!

As a matter of fact, I have two Chiweenies pictured above!

Since both Dachshunds and Chihuahuas are small, when they are mixed, their puppies are also small with shorter faces.

Imagine a long weenie body, a tiny chihuahua face, and shorter drooping ears!

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6. Corman Shepherd (Corgi + German Shepherd)

The Corman Shepherd breed is a fun one to say and even cuter to see.

They look like German Shepherds, but with small legs and long bodies like Corgis, their other parent.

Corman Shepherds are adorable and high-energy dogs but are prone to health conditions because of their short size.

They are loyal and super easy to train.

However, Corman Shepherd dogs are stubborn and bark loudly especially when seeking love and affection.

But who wouldn't want to give affection to the adorable German Shepherds?

Pitsky dog in backyard

7. Pitsky (Pitbull + Husky)

Husky mixed breed dogs are extremely popular, and another makes our list!

The Pitsky is a mixed dog breed; one parent is a Pitbull, while the other is a Husky.

Pitbull puppies have very different coats and body types, while Huskies look very similar and are born with iconic black and white coats and blue eyes.

Pitsky puppies are adorable, but they are also a mixed bag!

No telling what your puppy will look like or which parent they will take after, but these loyal and loving dogs are adorable either way.

goldendoodle laying in grass

8. Goldendoodle (Golden Retriever + Standard Poodle)

Golden Retrievers and Standard Poodles make very cute puppies. Most often, dog lovers refer to the mixture as a Goldendoodle.

They look similar to the Poodle and Labrador mixed breed but have slender bodies and curlier coats.

Usually, Goldendoodles take after their Golden Retriever parents and grow golden coats but with thick curls.

While their appearance is adorable, this is not the only thing that makes them cute. Goldendoodles are happy dogs. They are also hypoallergenic and rarely shed despite the length of their coats.

beabull laying on floor mat

9. BeaBull (Beagle + Bulldog)

Beagles are super-loving and adorable.

They have large eyes and floppy ears that tempt many to pet them.

Now picture a Beagle and a Bulldog mixed puppy.

They are curious and inherit the small faces of their Bulldog parents and the coat colors of their Beagle parents.

They are also a relatively new mixed dog breed.

From what we know, they have only existed for 20 years!

These dogs are small to medium dog breeds and love sitting on laps.

You won't get tired of their sweet faces and triangle ears.

yorkie pom in a little outfit

10. Yorkie Pom (Yorkie + Pomeranian)

If you like small dogs, you will love this next cute mixed breed on our list, the Yorkie Pom!

Also known as a Yoranian, a Yorkie Pom is a cross between a Pomeranian and a Yorkshire Terrier.

These companion pets form great bonds with their owners and love affection.

They won't want to leave your side. Talk about having the cutest mixed breeds as your cuddle buddies!

Yorkie Poms were first bred in the 1990s as an elegant, classy, and fancy designer mixed breed.

They are small enough to fit in purses and rarely weigh over seven pounds.

It is hard to resist their small whines and large, inviting eyes.

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11. Bassugg (Basset Hound + Pug)

Since Basset Hounds are larger than Pugs, their puppies tend to look more like their Basset House parents.

However, there are cute Pug features especially noticeable in their flat faces.

These sweet pets are small to medium dog breeds and low-maintenance.

How can you resist wanting to pick one up and hug them?

Like Pugs and Basset Hounds, Bassugg puppies seek out their owners and loved ones, preferring to cuddle all day.

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12. Beaglemation (Beagle + Dalmatian)

Dalmatians are majestic dogs with unique spotted coats.

When mixed with the Beagle breed, they make Beaglemations.

They are a recent breed and are not extremely popular, but they are still cute!

Interestingly, some Beaglemations have the body type of their Beagle parent, including their floppy ears and the coat of the Dalmatian.

These mixed-breed dogs have a lifespan of up to 12 years.

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13. Chabrador (Chow Chow + Labrador Retriever)

If Chow Chows don’t make you audibly go ‘aw,’ then I don’t know what will!

This adorable Chow Chow and Labrador Retriever mix is a favorite of mine.

These puppies inherit the fluffy cloud-like fur from their Chow Chow genes while usually inheriting the same face structure as their Labrador parent.

They are medium to large since they can weigh as little as 50 or 75 pounds.

The average lifespan for this mixed breed is 12 to 13 years.

Not only is their appearance cute, but they are also loyal, intelligent, and affectionate dogs.

Despite their size, they swear they are lapdogs and like to snuggle, giving them more reason to be one of the cutest mixed breeds.

hug dog breed
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14. Hug (Siberian Husky + Pug)

Who doesn’t love the name of this mixed breed?

A Hug is a Siberian Husky and Pug mix.

These are two very different dogs that make adorable puppies together.

All Hugs inherit different physical traits.

Some are tall, like Siberian Huskies, while others stop growing slightly over a foot tall.

Hugs sometimes have the same coat as their Siberian Husky parent, mixed with common Pug colors like gold, brown, black, and brindle.

It is definitely an eye-catching mixed breed!

Schweenie mixed dog breed
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15. Schweenie (Shih-Tzu + Dachshund)

Shih-Tzus and Dachshunds are popular dog breeds, so when combined, they are incredibly adorable! There is no one uniform look when it comes to Schweenies.

However, usually, these dogs inherit the long body of their Dachshund parent and the fluffy coat of their Shih Tzu parent.

They are small mixed dogs and are surprisingly rare. Still, they deserve a spot in our list of cutest mixed breeds!

There are not many, but they make for great loving pets.

Schweenies have mischievous faces that sometimes look like they are smiling!

Bossipoo mixed breed
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16. Bossi-Poo (Boston Terrier + Poodle)

Boston Terriers don’t get enough love! These sweet puppies, when mixed with the Standard Poodle, create Bossi-Poos!

Not only do they have a fun and unique name, but they are also small to medium dogs.

They usually stop growing between 11 to 15 inches and weigh less than 50 pounds.

Their tiny faces are slightly flat at the snout, a trait from their Boston Terrier genes.

Since both breeds are active, they require at least one 30 to 60-minute walk when weather permits.

Bullypit mixed breed
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17. Bullypit (Pitbull + Bulldog)

The Bullypit mix is technically a mix of a mix.

Pitbulls are mixed dog breeds with unique body builds and coat colors.

When you mix a Pitbull with a Bulldog, you get an extremely loyal pet with a lot of love.

While these dogs are considered aggressive, they are sweethearts who like to play and snuggle.

You can train them as guard dogs and socialize them at a young age to get along with strangers and other pets.

They are also frequently compared to seals.

Chi-Chon dog breed
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Chi-Chon

18. Chi-Chon (Chihuahua + Bichon Frise)

Chi-Chons are Chihuahua and Bichon Frise mixed breeds with small faces and scraggly hair.

They are small dogs with funny faces. Some Chi-Chons always look like they are squinting.

It is a lot of hard work taking care of this mixed breed.

They require a lot of grooming and brushing to treat their unruly hair and keep it free from knots.

They are sensitive and loyal but also sassy.

Their sassy nature makes it hard to train them, but not impossible.

Although they only weigh less than 10 pounds, these dogs act like they are a lot larger.

dach griffon dog breed
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19. Dach Griffon (Dachshund + Brussels Griffon)

This breed, the Dach Griffon, varies significantly from litter to litter.

Each litter has fundamental differences because of how new this mixed breed is.

Most Dach Griffon puppies, though, are super adorable! They have short, wiry coats that are easy to take care of.

Dach Griffon puppies are easy to train, a trait they receive from both parents since they were raised as hoarders.

frengle dog

20. Frengle (French Bulldog + Beagle)

Frengles are charismatic and sweet. They are a mix between French Bulldogs and Beagles.

While they are considered designer breeds, they are often found in shelters.

They adapt well to small spaces and apartments but need regular exercise.

Cutest Mixed Breeds: Conclusion

Choosing just a few of the cutest mixed breeds is not easy.

There are thousands out there, all with their own unique traits that are irresistible to pet lovers.

Mixed breeds, though, are a lot of work.

Always research before adopting!

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