Masti-Bulls are a cross between the Mastiff and the American Bulldog – meaning they get pretty big, usually growing to a weight of between 100-130 pounds. He needs a lot of exercise and room to run around, and will do best in a home that has a large, yard that’s fenced in. But even though these guys love to play, they also enjoy their down time and will love to cuddle up with you on the couch.
Because they are so large, coupled with their often-stubborn attitudes, this breed works best for experienced dog owners that have the patience and understanding for training them properly. Don’t let his big size fool you in to thinking he won’t be a great family dog, because these lovable doggos are good around kids!
Pekachons are small, curly-haired designer doggos that are a cross between the Bichon Frise and the Pekingese. They’re very smart and learn quickly, which makes them easier to train than some other breeds. They may be tiny, but they have big personalities and are very affectionate and loyal to their human family members.
Pekachons typically weigh between 5-20 pounds and make great pets for those who live in smaller homes. They have a moderate energy level and are usually content strolling through the park or hanging out at home, as long as they have at least 30 minutes of walking time each day.
The Raggle is a hybrid dog that was bred with the Beagle and Rat Terrier. Since both of their parent breeds are small, Raggles are typically small and weigh around 5-15 pounds. These little guys have high energy levels and love to play, so they’re best suited for an active owner that can give them the attention they need. Raggles are also highly intelligent and make great hunting dogs.
They may be small, but they’re powerful dogs for their size. This breed needs to be socialized with other animals from a young age as they can tend to be aggressive towards them, especially those of the same sex.
The Boskimo is a hybrid cross between an American Eskimo dog and a Boston Terrier. Although the latter have shorter, sleeker coats, Boskimos tend to inherit a fluffier fur from their Eskimo relatives and do require a good bit of grooming. These guys need to be around their owners a lot and often suffer from separation anxiety. Because of this, they wouldn’t be the best pet for someone who works long hours away from home.
If that sounds like you and you’re still interested in a Boskimo, they may be okay at the house alone as long as you begin crate training from a very young age. These good boys are known for being highly intelligent and very playful.
Poochins, also known as Chinpoos, Doodlechins, and Chindoodles, are an adorable mix of a Poodle and a Japanese Chin. These dogs are known to be very laid-back and easy to train, which makes them a great family pet or a good choice for retirees.
They often have wonderful personalities but should be introduced to other animals from a young age. Poochins can also tend towards a dominant behavior if you don’t train them properly and clearly establish yourself as the boss from the start. These little guys only grow to an average of about 5-12 pounds, but they can have a very mighty attitude!