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Types of Mutts

Chug: Pug & Chihuahua
Chug: Pug & Chihuahua

Chug Chihuahua / Pug Mixed Breed Dogs Information and Pictures. Scooby the Pughuahua aka Chug (Pug / Chihuahua mix) at 2 years old—Scooby's body is shaped more like the Chihuahua with the forehead of the Pug.

Chusky: Chow Chow & Husky
Chusky: Chow Chow & Husky

The Chusky is a cross between a Siberian Husky and a Chow Chow. They are large furballs and can take on the traits/coat of either breed. Some have blue or multicolored eyes, some have the husky eyebrows, while others appear more like a chow chow with the red coat.

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Corgi & Dalmatian Image Credits: Upetra
Corgi & Dalmatian Image Credits: Upetra

The Welsh Corgi, sometimes known as just a Corgi, got their name from two Welsh words that meant dwarf and dog / ˈ k ɔːr ɡ i /, Welsh for "dwarf dog"; plural "Corgis" or occasionally the etymologically consistent "Corgwn" (/ ˈ k ɔːr ɡ uː n /)), is a small type of herding dog that originated in Wales, United Kingdom.

Dalmachshund: Dachshund & Dalmatian
Dalmachshund: Dachshund & Dalmatian

Dalmachshund Media Source When you put a Dalmatian and a Dachshund together, you get this adorably-spotted pup. I guess in order to get 101 full Dalmatians, we'll need 202 of these little guys. Sounds about right to me!

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Labsky: Labrador & Husky
Labsky: Labrador & Husky

Husky Lab Mix Behavior. In fact, the Siberian Husky purebred breed is known to exhibit some of these traits far more frequently than the Labrador Retriever purebred breed. This can make training more challenging and time-consuming if your Husky Lab mix puppy tends more towards the Husky side of his parentage.

Pitsky: Pitbull & Husky Source: Imgur
Pitsky: Pitbull & Husky Source: Imgur

Pitsky Information and Pictures. The Pitsky is not a purebred dog. It is a cross between the American Pit Bull Terrier and the Siberian Husky.

Yorkshire Terrier & Poodle
Yorkshire Terrier & Poodle

The Yorkshire Terrier is a small dog breed of terrier type, developed during the 19th century in Yorkshire, England, to catch rats in clothing mills. Ideally its maximum size is 7 pounds (3.2 kg), A popular companion dog, the Yorkshire Terrier has also been part of the development of other breeds, such as the Australian Silky Terrier.

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