People have been trying to cross various animals breeds for many centuries in order to get noble, unique animal breeds. However, nature can do it much faster and efficiently — it can create a unique masterpiece by occasionally mixing different breeds. For example, if you cross a terrier, a retriever, and a Chow-Chow, you’ll get Scooby-Doo!
We at The Elite Indian believe that all animals deserve human love regardless of their breed. That’s why we’ve collected some special cuties who can’t boast of their pedigree but instead, of their uniqueness. Our bonus at the end will prove once again that being unusual doesn’t mean being ugly.
This cat of a rare marble color has inherited its ear tassels and an incredibly beautiful tail from the Maine Coon.
The mix of a terrier, a retriever, and a Chow-Chow looks like Scooby-Doo.
If you crossbreed a cat with a Nibelung, you get a species of Russian blue breed.
The Aussie-German Shepherd mix
A half golden retriever, 1/4 husky, 1/4 boxer is one of a kind!
A Doberman + Great Dane mix
A beautiful speckled Aussie mix
Golden Retriever + St. Bernard mix
German Shepherd + Labrador
Pitbull + Corgi
American Curl, Maine Coon, and Siamese mix
A Shar-Pei’s ears look good on this guy.
A hybrid of Labrador and Poodle
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Australian Cattle Dog + Rottweiler
A Catahoula Leopard dog mix
Crossbred with a Siberian breed
This is Zelda — a hybrid of Labrador and German Shepherd.
Shar-Pei + Boxer
Labrador and Great Dane mix
A hybrid of Husky and Corgi
A mix with a Golden Retriever
Poodle + Basset Hound
This grumpy guy looks like a mix of Pitbull and circus clown…
Bonus: A purebred Pomeranian was left by his breeder because the dog turned out to be too big and unusual looking. Today, Bertram is a star on social media.
Do you have any pets? Are they purebred or crossbred? Please show them to us in the comments!