The DogTime Breed Center is one of the most searched areas of DogTime.com. In addition to purebreds, we also cover Mutts and various popular mixes, but which ones are the most popular? Here are the top 10 most-searched dog mixes on DogTime.com in 2013 (so far):
@Tooks - you're so right. When I was a kid, anything that wasn't just one thing was a mutt, and could be had for the price of an adoption fee at the local pound. We recently found a tiny puppy that someone had dumped on the side of the road when we were on our way home from vacation with our big dogs. We sent off for a DNA test because no one could identify anything in him. It was more out of curiosity because he was absolutely the most adorable "one of those things" we had ever seen. I'm talking you could bottle this kind of cute and make a fortune. The results came back with all sorts of stuff and we love him like crazy! I will join you in your plea to please don't waste money on BYB experiments. This little guy has given us more joy in one month than we could have ever dreamed. Whoever dumped him really lost out.
These are mixes these are "designer dogs". And although all dogs are wonderful and it's not these guys faults, this is a stupid practice. Dogs are not ornaments. They should be likened more to children than toys. Stop breeding! Millions of dogs are being killed! Adopt a homeless animal. Be part of the solution not the problem.
All dogs are wonderful. These 10 "mutts" that you talk about are being bred for people that want the latest craze. "Oh, look at my
Goldendoodle." This is wrong. I am very disappointed that Dogtimes would perpetuate this trend. Adopt a homeless dog. Make two lives better – adopt a homeless animal.
Remember they are mutts. I don't get this whole "hybrid" thing. Please, please, please don't pay money for them either. Your "breeder" isn't a breeder at all. It's a person who wants to make money by pimping their dog, make no mistake. There are millions of beautiful "hybrids", if that's what you want to call them, dying in shelters every year. They deserve a chance. Instead of funding backyard breeders, go to a local shelter and adopt! You'll feel better about yourself and save a life too!!!
It is very thoughtful of you to make a list in alphabetical order. Most of the tops read so far are just copying the list of top dogs, whether they are intelligent or not. For the majority of dog owners these tops don't count much but for those that have no clue, it might be a starting point for a change, as getting a dog, so this list is good to use.
I lost my goldendoodle that I loved dearly.Am looking for a poodle mix to adopt.If anyone has one please e mail me. email@example.com
Two year old goldendoodle looking for a new home
We have a 2 year old, spayed, female goldendoodle that needs a new home. She is current with all of her shots, and has been on frontline and heartworm prevention since she was 12 weeks. She is housebroken and has good household manners. She only chews on rawhide bones not on furniture or shoes. She is good with obedience commands and will stay for long periods of time or until released. She loves to play catch, fetch, and hide and seek. She is extremely smart! And this may be her downfall. Although usually sweet with our young children, she can be bossy. She would like to think she is in control of them. She would be better suited with an adult family or a family with teenagers. We love her and will miss her. The children will be crushed to lose her but finding a new home for this dog is the best decision for our dog and our family. We are in the Cleveland/Akron area.
Are there any peekapoo owners out there? I am surprised at the lack of comments on this sweet breed of dog. I am looking for other owners to share comments and stories with.