Hybrid Dogs

The Hybrid Dog Group consists of various dog breeds created by breeding one or two different type of dog breeds. This is not a simple process and dog breeding should be done by those that are professional and experienced in doing so.

Hybrid dogs have been bred for many years, but has become increasingly popular over the past few years, with dog owners requesting a specific type of dog breed; basing their choice on the dog’s appearance and personality. However, the personality and temperament are never guaranteed and those looking to own or breed a hybrid dog; should do plenty of research beforehand.

The ideology of owning a hybrid dog breed is often because of their perceived low chance of genetic disorders. Theoretically, this isn’t always the case. The health of any dog breed is never guaranteed and every new potential dog owner needs to be aware of this. There is also no guarantee that the dog will look a certain way or develop a certain temperament, based on the way the dog has been bred.

Hybrid dog breeds make wonderful additions to a family. Often very versatile and well-built, this particular dog breed group consists of lots of beautiful and popular dog breeds.

Popular Hybrid Dog Breeds


The Cockapoo is the most popular hybrid dog breed. Bred using the Cocker Spaniel and the Poodle. This friendly dog has an amazing, lovable personality. They’re very friendly, intelligent and make a wonderful addition to a family of any size and age.

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The Labradoodle is bred using a Poodle and Labrador. This beautiful dog breed is highly affectionate and has a wonderful, laid-back temperament. They shed very little, so would suit someone or family that suffers from allergies. They’ve become very popular over the last few years and make a valuable part of many families within the UK.

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The Schnoodle is a cross between the Schnauzer and Poodle. They come in a variety of colours and have become increasingly popular over the last few years. There is lots of appeal for this particular breed as they generally have the strength and sturdiness of the Schnauzer and willingness to please from the Poodle. This dog breed loves to be the centre of attention and loves to have fun.

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