Reasons to Love Dogs That Are a Mix of Breeds
Mixed-breed dogs are frequently healthier than purebred dogs, yet each dog's health is unique. Purebred dogs have a small gene pool, thus genetic diseases persist.
Mixed-breeds have outstanding genetics. Mixed-breed dogs have more temperaments, personalities, and traits. Dogs vary.
Mixed breeds are regarded to be more flexible and adaptable than purebreds. Purebred dogs are generally bred to herd, hunt, and retrieve.
Many believe only purebred dogs can compete in national and international dog contests. False! Mixed-breed dogs can compete in agility and flyball.
They Can Compete!
Due to genetic mixing, some think mixed-breed dogs are healthier. Some purebreds are prone to hip dysplasia, epilepsy, and cataracts.
Fewer Health Issues
Mixed-breed dogs are cheaper and healthier than purebreds. Cheaper and longer-lived implies more family love.
Affordable family pets
Most shelter dogs are mutts. "30% purebred, 70% mixed breeds." They're thankful, too. Because of their rescue, they're more modest.
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