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Is this something that breeding hybrid dogs has more risk than breeding pure breed dog?

In India I see only very few dog breeders who breed hybrid dogs like labradoodle (Labrador +poodle), puggle (pug+ beagle), Golden Doodle (Golden Retriever & Poodle), Cockapoo (Cocker Spaniel + Poodle) and so on... Is this something that breeding hybrid dogs has more risk than breeding pure breed dog? Please let me if anybody has experience in breeding hybrid dogs? To see list of hybrid dogs : http://dogs.thefuntimesguide.com/2006/09/hybrid_mixed_dog_breeds.php Kamal
By KamalRaj J Kuppal · 14 Jan 2011 11:26 am


By Dinkar Singh · 14 Jan 2011 4:40 pm
Not recommended to buy any hybrid dogs for the simple reason that they need a very experienced person. Its more of a science. These dogs can have a lot of problems and one at times will not know what the offspring will look like or grow up to be.
The hybrids do have some good things and were developed again to solve pertain problems whether it was related to shedding or breathing problems etc. However if you really want one get one from overseas after doing a lot of research about the breeder and the type of hybrid.
I personally feel if Indians started doing it they would make a real mess of it. We have so many good imported dogs in the country still more are imported and bred. No one seems to be breeding home bred dogs and doing really well. For the simple reason that breeding etc is an art and science which not all can do and excel.
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By narendra khaire · 15 Jan 2011 7:05 am
thanks for the link
here is the other link i found on net
https://mixedbreeddog.info/box bmf.htm
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By Ajay Pratap Singh · 04 Mar 2011 12:16 am
It is not recommended to breed hybrid dogs. It has taken hundreds of years for man to breed some of the breeds for various requirements like hunting, sniffing, guarding etc. One should not spoil these breeds and efforts put in by thousands of scientific breederd for hundreds of years!
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