The Gollie, or Golden Collie, is a gorgeous mix of a Golden Retriever and a Collie. Both of these breeds are typically very intelligent, so most Gollies are incredibly smart. They are also known to have very laid-back personalities and make wonderful family dogs.
Gollies do tend to have a lot of energy, so they need a lot of exercise and they do best in homes that have a large yard, or somewhere they can roam around. This breed is both loyal and loving, and these guys make an excellent family pet. They would thrive with an active family that can take them on plenty of outings.
The Labmaraner is also commonly referred to as the “Weimador,” and is a combination of a Labrador Retriever and a Weimaraner. These guys are known to be both very loving, and just as loyal. This breed makes an excellent guard dog and is willing to do anything to make their owner happy. The Labmaraner has a calm personality and is wonderful around children or other pets.
They’ve got a lot of energy and require plenty of exercise, and they do best with an active family. They love to socialize with other dogs at the dog park and make all sorts of new friends. Labmaraners are best for families without small children.
Yorkipoos are small dogs with big personalities. They are a cross between Yorkshire Terriers and Poodles and are known to have a lot of energy and love to play. These guys can be pretty vocal, so keep that in mind as you’re searching for the perfect breed for your family. Yorkipoos, who are also sometimes called “Yoodles,” are fiercely loyal to their owners, but aren’t particularly fond of strangers.
They can be stubborn, but they are very intelligent and easy to train once you’ve gotten past that. Yorkipoos are great for those that live in smaller environments, like apartments and condominiums.
This breed sounds like the name of some robot that’s trained to scoop kitty poop – and actually, it can sort of be one of those things. Boxadors are a mix of Boxers and Labrador Retrievers, both of which are super loyal and intelligent breeds. This breed is on the larger side and will need ample space to move around.
They are a bit more low-maintenance than some other breeds, but they do still require a fair amount of exercise. Boxadors have a smooth, short coat that makes them a great choice for anyone that lives in an area where it can get pretty warm. They are also said to make a great watchdog!
This big cutie is a Rottador. She’s a mix between a Labrador Retriever and a German Rottweiler. Both of its parent breeds are fiercely loyal and amazing guard dogs, and the Rottador takes on the desirable trait. They have fairly calm and charming personalities, and they are wonderful family dogs. However, like any dog, they need to be raised and trained properly.
If you don’t feel like you’re the best for the job – you can always send them to doggy obedience school and let the trained professionals handle it. These dogs have a beautiful, silky coat that doesn’t shed as much as some other breeds.