Mixed Breed Dogs

Some articles on breed, dogs, dog, mixed, breeds:

Breed 77
... Breed 77 (pronounced "Breed Seven-Seven") is a British band from the overseas territory of Gibraltar whose music is a fusion of alternative metal and flamenco ...
Mongrelism - Regional and Slang Terms
... of words and phrases used to describe dogs that are not designated as a purebred or pedigreed dog ... There are also regional terms for mixed-breed dogs ... In the United Kingdom mongrel is the unique technical word for a mixed-breed dog ...
Mongrelism - Advantages and Drawbacks
... appearance and behavior of purebred puppies may be more predictable than that of mixed-breeds ... With purebred dogs, genetic variations occur within a narrow gene pool, and a reputable breeder has a fair estimation of what type of offspring a given pair will ... Still, there is considerable variation of appearance and personality within breeds ...
Domestic Animal Breeds
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Mongrel - Terminology - Regional and Slang Terms
... a profusion of words and phrases used to describe dogs that are not designated as a purebred or pedigreed dog ... There are also regional terms for mixed-breed dogs ... United Kingdom mongrel is the unique technical word for a mixed-breed dog ...

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