This gorgeous breed is a mixture of the loving and loyal German Shepherd, and the toughness and fierceness of the Eurasian Wolf. The result is this long-haired, pointy-eared wolfy boy, that would make an amazing hunter and/or guard dog.
Considering the fact that these guys are literally bred for cool environments, they wouldn’t be happy living in warm areas. They’ve also been known to be a little bit too aggressive towards small animals, too, so they would do best with larger animals only. These guys need a lot of exercise due to their wild personality.
Beagis are a combination of a Beagle, and either a Pembroke, or a Welsh Corgi. These guys have short little legs, and often have silly personalities. They’re said to be incredibly smart and easy to train, although they also tend to be pretty stubborn. They’re great around people and usually have sweet dispositions. This makes them a great choice for anyone that has children.
Beagis, while they still need their exercise, make a good dog for those that live in smaller spaces. Since they are bred from hunting dogs, they do tend to chase smaller pets in the household. Beagis are also said to be generally healthy and live fairly long lives.
Morkies are a tiny little combination of the Yorkshire Terrier and the Maltese. The cross of those two small balls of fur results in this adorable little fluffy thing. Morkies are known to have very playful personalities, and often have a lot of energy. This breed gets attached to their owners, which can lead to separation anxiety if they have to be left home by themselves. They do best in environments where they will get the attention that they need.
Morkies are said to be intelligent, but hard-headed, when it comes to training them. Keep plenty of treats on hand to make sure your Morkie stays motivated. They make the perfect companions to snuggle with while you watch your favorite shows at night.
The Chow Shepherd
The German Chow is the glorious mix of the family-favorite German Shepherd and the super cute Chow Chow. This breed, which is also known as the “Chow Shepherd,” is known for being intelligent…and big. This dog is not for someone who’s never owned a large breed before, as it can be challenging for first-timers.
This guy is also going to have a lot of energy, so that means he needs a lot of exercise. This is a perfect breed for an active family and those who have large fenced-in yards or live on lots of acreage, where the dog can run around. These guys love to play and are avid fans of a good game of fetch with their owners.
Bullboxers are a cross between the Pitbull Terrier and the Boxer. Both dogs were originally bred as fighting dogs, but they’re also super sweet and loyal. Bullboxers, like any other bully dog, can often be stubborn in nature. They love their families whole-heartedly, and they’re incredibly faithful to their owners. They’ve got fair amounts of energy and they need plenty of time to play, but they can also be very laid-back, if given the opportunity.
They do best in homes with large backyards or other big areas where they can roam. Like any dog, they need proper training to ensure they know the rules of their household, but they can make wonderful family pets.