Designer mixed-breeds are getting a lot of attention thanks to their unique looks. However, these adorable beauties don't come cheap. Take a look at the most expensive dog breeds ranked in order
Cavachon (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel & Bichon Frise) - $1,700-$6,500
Like any other mixed breed or designer dog, the Cavachon is customizable, so breeders tend to price it higher. The average estimated price for the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Bichon Frise mix can be anywhere from $1,700 to $6,500, or higher. And if you have kids, the Cavachon is the perfect choice for you.
Even though the Cavachon is small in size (15-35 lbs), they make for pretty decent watchdogs. It is great for indoor living and doesn’t require much exercise. All it takes to keep your Cavachon happy is a half-hour walk. However, keep in mind that Cavachons hate the cold, so keep them warm, even in the coldest months.
Dalmachshund (Dalmatian & Dachshund) - $2,000-$3,500
Also known as 'sausage dogs,' Dachshunds are quite expensive to maintain on their own. However, once the breed is mixed with Dachshund and Dalmatian, they become even more expensive. The average price on the market for the Dalmachshund crossbreed is usually $3,000, or sometimes higher.
As a reasonably new designed breed on the market, the Dalmachshund inherits features from both parents, or the Dachshund’s unique body shape and the Dalmatian’s remarkable black and white spots. Usually, these dogs are playful and affectionate. Yet, they require early training, as they might be a bit stubborn.
Goldendoodle (Golden Retriever & Poodle) - $2,500-$3,000
Golden Retrievers have always been recognized as family dogs, even in movies, TV shows, or part of the American pop culture. So, when a breeder decided to mix ‘the good boy’ with a poodle, the result is a trained guide, therapy and assistance dog, or an overall great companion known as a Goldendoodle.
Goldendoodles have a lifetime of approximately ten to fifteen years and an estimated price of around $2,500 to $3,000. Usually, they are friendly, intelligent, and energetic. So, you can easily interact with them or even train them. However, keep in mind that this bone-lover also likes his/her personal space.
Daniff (Great Dane & Mastiff) - $2,000-$3,000
Both Great Danes and Mastiffs are almost human-sized dogs. So, the combination of the Great Danes’s gentle giant look and the Mastiffs’s majestic appearance results in the beautiful Daniff. This crossbreed lives twelve years on average, and its estimated average price on the market is $2,000 to $3,000.
The Daniff is lovable and huggable, but it also inherits the protective nature of its parents. So, they require lots of exercise and toys, as they are usually super active. Daniffs might be slightly more challenging to train than some other breeds. However, it will pay off, as burglars will think twice before entering their territory.
Labsky (Husky & Labrador) - $2,000-$3,000
Also known as Huskadors, Labskies are a great combination of two quite popular dog breeds, the Husky and the Labrador. More exactly, the Labsky is mostly known for its ability to learn new tricks and commands in no time. What’s more, they love being occupied, as they are super intelligent.
Usually, the Labsky’s healthy life ranges from ten to fourteen years. However, they are prone to overeating and obesity, which may result in adverse health effects. Labskies also love being active and getting lots of attention. The average market price for this crossbreed is between $2,000 and $3,000.
Pomsky (Pomeranian & Siberian Husky) - $1,000-$3,000
Pomskies inherit the best features of both parents, or the Pomeranian and Siberian Husky. The Pomsky is not only fun to look at, but also a great and energetic companion. This price of these crossbreeds ranges anywhere between $1,000 and $3,000. Yet, they are worth it, as you will never again be bored.
Usually, this designer breed is healthy. However, some Pomsky owners have reported two common ailments, or eye problems and hip dysplasia. The Pomskies also love making unexpected dashes and have a high prey drive. Also, as a Pomsky owner, make sure to invest in a decent pet brush, as they may shed hair year-round.
Akita Shepherd Corgi Mix (German Shepherd & Akita & Corgi) - $2,000-$2,500
Unlike the previous examples, Akita Shepherd Corgi Mix is a combination of three different pure breeds. This pint-sized bear cub is undeniably a rare dog. That’s why they also come at a special price of approximately $2,000 to $2,500. However, what makes the Akita Shepherd Corgi Mix unique is their complex personality.
Even though it may come as a surprise, these outstanding pups require lots of exercise and may sometimes be a bit stubborn. Due to its Akita genes, this crossbreed might be aggressive or bad at listening. However, the Akita Shepherd Corgi Mix is not an aggressive dog, especially if they are well-trained.
Tibetan Mastiff Corgi Mix (Tibetan Mastiff & Corgi) – Unknown
Another combination with the famous Corgi breed is the Tibetan Mastiff Corgi Mix. However, this fluffy beyond belief cuddle companion is extremely rare. So, it is practically impossible to estimate its price. Considering its uniqueness and the demand-supply market rule, we supposed it’s pricier than traditional breeds.
Unlike the Corgi, the Tibetan Mastiff is usually seen as a guard dog at expensive properties. What’s more, it is a symbol status in China and one of the world’s most expensive dogs. Both parents of the Tibetan Mastiff Corgi Mix are smart and loving dogs, as well as overprotective and owner-focused.
Frug (French Bulldog & Pug) - $2,000-$2,500
Both French Bulldogs and Pugs are active breeds, so it’s only natural for the Frug to be energy personified. Over the last few years, this crossbreed has become extremely popular, which eventually accounts for its price. The estimated average cost for the Frug is between $2,000 and $2,500.
Usually, the Frug lives from nine to fifteen years and is surprisingly hardy. However, it may happen for this small dog to inherit some health ailments of the pug side, such as PDE. Some Frug owners have also reported that Frugs can be expensive to insure. Even so, they are among the most lovable companions.
Cockapoo (Poodle & Cocker Spaniel) - $900-$2,500
The mix between a Poodle and a Cocker Spaniel first appeared in the 1960s, and over time, it has become one of the most popular crossbreeds. What’s unique for the Cockapoo is their intelligence, as well as, their loving, and affectionate personality. The market estimation for this mixed pup is between $900 and $2,500.
What’s more, the Cockapoo doesn’t tend to shed much, even though they have long hair. Their average lifetime is between fourteen to eighteen years, making them the perfect healthy companion. Cockapoos also love to be entertained, play with toys and puzzles. They are happiest when you decide to pet them.
American Neo Bull (American Bulldog & Neopolitan Mastiff Mix) - $600-$2,500
The American Bulldog-Neopolitan Mastiff mix inherits both of its parents’ best features, making it an extremely energetic and active dog. More exactly, if these pups don’t get the needed exercise, they might become destructive. The average estimated price on the market is between $600 and $2,500.
The American Neo Bull is a healthy dog, strong, intelligent, and easy to train. What’s more, they are incredibly loyal, so they don’t act upon if not asked to. Well, at least when you teach them properly. Most of all, the American Neo Bull is the perfect guard dog, as they have been bred from bullfighting.
Swedish Vallhund Corgi Mix (Swedish Vallhund & Corgi) - $1,500-$2,300
The mix of a Swedish Vallhund and a Corgi is the stumpy wolf lookalike, named Swedish Vallhund Corgi Mix. These dogs are mostly recognized for their curled tails and attractive looks, which tend to win dog competitions nationwide. The average price for this pup is somewhere between $1,500 and $2,300.
According to one breeding site, this mix is super rare, which might explain its price. When it comes to their temperament, the SVC is usually sturdy and loves to herd. However, they are also loving, loyal, and obedient. So, you may get one for your farm, or simply to lay with you curled up on the couch.
Labradoodle (Labrador & Poodle) - $1,500-$2,000
Initially, breeders came up with the Labradoodle as a hypoallergenic guide dog. However, the end result was also a smart and pleasant companion with a guide dog nature, as well as a low-shedding coat. The average estimated price for the Labrador and Poodle mix is approximately $1,500 to $2,000.
Usually, this crossbreed is playful, friendly, and devoted. However, Labradoodles are not suitable for protection, as they tend to be easy-going. According to the Australian Labrador Association of America, Labradoodles are “generally considered healthy dogs” but may develop health issues like hip dysplasia and eye disease.
Puggle (Pug & Beagle) - $1,500-$2,000
Puggles have developed a reputation of being the perfect little companion, as they want to be loved like there’s no tomorrow. The Pug and Beagle mix resulted in an incredibly looking pup with a prominent nose and floppy ears. Usually, they can be found on the market priced between $1,500 and $2,000.
Initially, designer dog breeders hoped to develop a healthy version of the Pug and Beagle breed. However, considering the parent’s health alignments, the Puggle is also prone to such issues. Puggles love to bark, howl, wander, and explore. But they also tend to overeat, which as an owner, you will have to control.
Albino Chug (Pug & Chihuahua) - $1,000-$2,000
The Albino Chug is the perfect dog for small spaces, one that loves to run around and is pretty photogenic. Today, you can find the Pug and Chihuahua mix in cream, shades of brown and black color. However, this designer dog’s Albino variation is unique and typically valued between $1,000 and $2,000.
Usually, the Albino Chug is sweet and affectionate. However, it is quite rare, so it may take some time to get used to its color, especially for strangers. The breed first came around in the 2000s and has gained massive popularity ever since. Today, it’s one of the most valuable designer dogs out there.
Pitsky (Husky & Pitbull) - $500-$2,000
Considering its parents’ temperament, it is only natural for the Pitsky to have tons of energy to spare. Usually, this crossbreed requires lots of walking, attention, and affection. So, they are the perfect choice for the ones who love running. The Pitsky can typically be found priced somewhere between $500 and $2,000.
They usually live from twelve to fifteen years. What’s more, the Pitsky doesn’t shed much, nor require extensive maintenance. It’s a talent-wise crossbreed, one that is known as a good hunter, a guard-dog, and a sled-dog. However, the Pitsky is prone to boredom, so it requires a fast-paced or active lifestyle.
Cormatian (Corgi & Dalmatian) - $400-$2,000
The Corgi-Dalmatian mix is an adorable pup, one that is known as a sweet and playful dog. More exactly, the Cormatian is a bundle of fluffy cuteness with a typical lifetime of twelve to fifteen years. This crossbreed is quite rare and may cost anywhere between $400 and $2,000, on average.
When it comes to their parents, the Corgis are recognized for their short legs and tenaciousness. This breed is also very persistent and determined. The Dalmatians are bad at listening as well. So, despite their cuteness, Cormatian dogs usually tend to require firm training and socialization.
Maltipoo (Maltese & Poodle) - $400-$2,000
The famous cross of the Maltese and Poodle, known as the Maltipoo, is known for its affectionate and fun-loving nature. Considering their size and charming personalities, Maltipoos are appropriate for all kinds of homes. Usually, they can be found on the market for an average price of between $400 and $2,000.
Maltipoos are highly affectionate. But they are also highly sensitive, so they require lots of attention and love. They are known as companion dogs, so usually they don’t like being left alone, as they might develop separation anxiety. A Maltipoo dog is perfect for an adoring family that provides plenty of cuddle sessions.
Doxiepoo (Dachshund & Poodle) - $250-$2,000
The Poodle-Dachshund mix is an unpredictable crossbreed, as its appearance might vary greatly, depending on its parents’ dominant genes. The most common variant of this breed is the Poodle’s coat and the Dachshund’s low-slung and long body. So, the average market price for the Doxiepoo may vary from $250 to $2,000.
Doxiepoos are highly affectionate and loyal to their owners. They are also extremely conscious dogs and will always alert you of intruders. The Doxiepoos usually have moderate activity needs, so they will not require excessive exercise or show destructive activities. However, they have a difficult time getting used to new pets.
Whoodle (Poodle & Wheaten Terrier) - $650-$1,600
Also known as Wheatendoodles, Wheatenpoos, and Sweatendoodles, Whoodles are especially famous for their gorgeously soft fur and sweet temperaments. They are very friendly and affectionate dogs with a lifetime of around twelve to fifteen years. Their average estimated price is between $650 and $1,600.
Even though the Whoodle breed is intelligent and playful, they may also be quite stubborn. So, they tend to require extensive training and patience. What’s more, Whoodles usually have excess energy, love long walks, and playing with toys. This means that as an owner, you will have to dedicate quite some time to your pup.
Pomapoo (Pomeranian & Toy Poodle) - $1,000-$1,500
The Pomapoo, like a mix between a Pomeranian and a Toy Poodle, is an intelligent and affectionate pup. Also known as Pooranian, Pompoo, and Pomeroodle, the Pomapoos are great for apartment living, as well as large households. The average market price for the Pomeranian-Poodle crossbreed is somewhere between $1,000 and $1,500.
These small dogs might also be hypoallergenic if they inherit the Poodle’s coat. They have moderate energy levels, so they don’t need excessive exercise. What’s more, Pomapoos are very friendly and loving. However, they might be a bit too delicate for overly excited children, as the Pomapoos are easily injured.
Maltipom (Maltese & Pomeranian) - $600-$1,500
Both Maltese and Pomeranian are small breeds, so the Maltipom is the perfect miniature companion. Usually, the Maltipoms result from crossing a purebred Maltese and a purebred Pomeranian instead of having an established designer dog generation. The average estimated price for the Maltipom is between $600 and $1,500.
These affectionate and fluffy pups are usually playful and have high levels of energy. What’s more, Maltipoms are extraordinarily loyal and love to please their family owners. However, they also tend to be vocal and require regular brushing because of their long silky hair. So, they might not be perfect for apartment living.
Mal-Shi (Maltese & Shih Tzu) - $300-$1500
The mix between a Maltese and Shih Tzu, is a small dog breed, one that is ideal for various lifestyles. Dog breeders initially designed these pups as the perfect low-shedding companion for those suffering from allergies. But the Mal-Shi is also great with kids. Their average estimated price is between $300 and $1,500.
Also known as Malti Tzu, Mal-Tzu, Shih-tese, and Shima, the Mal-Shi pups are extremely friendly and easy-to-train. Over the years, they have also proven to be outstanding therapy dogs, loyal, and loving companions. What’s more, the Mal-Shi is playful and fearless, so they will certainly warn you if something doesn’t feel right.
Cavapoo (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel & Poodle) - $1,500
The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and Poodle mix is mostly recognized for their outgoing, playful, and curious temperament. Also known as Cavadoodle and Cavoodle, the Cavapoo has inherited some of the best features from its parents. Usually, it can be found on the market priced at approximately $1,500.
The Cavapoo can make a fantastic family pet, as it loves attention and loyalty. This crossbreed also loves snuggles and romping around, as well as barking for attention, due to loneliness or stress. And even though it can work in smaller settings, the Cavapoo definitely thrives in a “pack” setting.
Morkie (Yorkshire Terrier & Maltese) - $1,000-$1,500
Morkies can usually be recognized for their small frames, fluffy tails, and ears. Also known as Morkshire Terrier, Morkies have an average lifetime of ten to thirteen years and weight approximately 8.8 to 13 pounds, making them suitable for apartment living. Their estimated market price is around $1,000 to $1,500.
Usually, Morkies are bright and energetic, but they also have a silly side. They are quite excitable and full of personality. But what makes the Morkie even more interesting is that they tend to get jealous around other dogs and bark a lot. So, be prepared for their extensive “talks” and vocality.
Corgidor (Corgi & Labrador) - $750-$1,500
Corgidors are basically Labradors with short legs. These pups are usually mid-sized, energetic, or sometimes tempered, making them the perfect companions for any family with a moderate-to-active lifestyle. The average price on the market for the Corgidor crossbreed is usually between $750 and $1,500.
Most of all, we recognize Corgidors as loving and patient with kids. They are not overly yappy but make excellent watchdogs. What’s more, their coats protect them from the cold so that they would thrive in a big yard during all seasons. However, the Corgidors are prone to shedding, yet they require minimal grooming.
Peekapoo (Pekingese & Poodle) - $275-$1,450
The cross between a Pekingese and Poodle or the Peekapoo is a small dog ideal for dog lovers with specific allergies. More exactly, the Peekapoo has a hypoallergenic coat and doesn’t tend to shed much. The average price on the market for the Peekapoo crossbreed is usually between $275 and $1,450.
What’s more, the Peekapoo is excellent with children, especially if they have grown up together. The Peekapoos are also friendly toward other animals, and you can quickly train them. They are highly intelligent pups, but they are also loud and frequent barkers. So, they won’t do well in noisy areas.
Border Collie-Sheltie (Border Collie & Shetland Sheepdog) - $1,350
The cross between the Border Collie and Shetland Sheepdog is an energetic, intelligent, and playful pup. More exactly, the Border Collie-Sheltie is the perfect companion for a family, especially one with a big yard. The estimated average price on the market for the Border Collie-Sheltie is $1,350.
We mostly recognize Border Collie-Shelties as energetic dogs that will always keep you on your toes. Not only will they love you unconditionally, but also alert you of any danger. However, these playful pals might get sensitive, as they hate being left alone or spending time in the hot weather.
Schweenie (Shih Tzu & Dachshund) - $900-$1,200
The Shih Tzu-Dachshund mix or Schweenie is notoriously friendly and intelligent. They have inherited great features from both of its parents, as they are protective, loyal, and a loving companion. On average, the Schweenie lives from twelve to fifteen years and is priced somewhere between $900 and $1,200.
What’s more, Schweenies don’t tend to shed much. They are also smart but don’t like being left alone. According to WagWalking.com, this crossbreed don’t require extensive long walks every day but might be satisfied playing in the garden. So, throwing them, a ball might be all the exercise they need.
Docker (Dachshund & Cocker Spaniel) - $1,000
Dockers are generally new crossbreeds on the market. Even so, they are a quite popular choice among active dog owners, as they are enjoy lounging around with intervals of playtime, along with fetching, hiking, and chasing squirrels. The average market price for the Docker is approximately $1,000.
Also known as Doxie Spaniel and Spaniel Doxie, Dockers are adorable and sweet dogs, making them the perfect addition for a big family. What’s more, it’s in their nature to alert you of any potential danger. So, you will need to start early training to prevent unwanted barking tendencies.
Pithuahua (Pitbull & Chihuahua) - $1,000
The Pithuahua is a small-sized breed, one with big pointy ears that you cannot help but adore. Usually, Pithuahuas are calm and love relaxing on the couch. They are also great with kids and weight anywhere from fifteen to thirty-five pounds. You can find this trustworthy family pet priced at $1,000, on average.
However, they might get overly excited and require extensive attention. Both of its parents are known for their aggressiveness. So, the Pithuahua need firm training and extensive socialization early on. What’s more, as the owner, you may take advantage of calming treats when your Pithuahua exhibits their crazier sides.
Chusky (Husky & Chow Chow) - $500-$1,000
The Husky-Chow Chow mix is a small bear lookalike, one that loves to play, but also to boss around. So, be sure that your Chusky won’t hesitate to tell you when they're in the right. Also known as Husky Chow, Chow Husky, and Chowski, the Chusky’s estimated price is somewhere between $500 and $1,000.
Chuskies have inherited the Chow Chow’s headstrong side, including its loyalty and sometimes even aggressiveness. So, it is essential to properly train your Chusky to prevent any rudeness or dramatics. After all, they are worth the work and attention, especially if you live in a colder climate.
Sprocker (Springer Spaniel & Cocker Spaniel) - $400-$1,000
Sprockers are a relatively new breed on the market, or a mix of two types of Spaniels, namely the Cocker Spaniel and the English Springer Spaniel. They are known as excellent family pets, as they are well behaved around kids, other people, and animals. Their average estimated price is between $400 and $1,000.
Sprockers usually live from ten to fourteen years, making them a great companion. They are also outgoing and love to socialize. Even though Sprockers are intelligent and easily trained, they are an active breed, so they require regular grooming, as well as massive activities and human company.
Yorkipoo (Yorkshire Terrier & Poodle) - $400-$1,000
The Yorkipoo inherits features from both its parents, the Yorkshire Terrier and a Toy or Miniature Poodle. So, these pups are the perfect small companions to sit in your lap. Apart from being low-danger, the Yorkipoos also have hypoallergenic fur. The market estimation for these pups is between $400 and $1,000.
When it comes to their temperament, the Yorkipoos love attention and are highly intelligent. What’s more, these pups are friendly and easy-going, making them the perfect companion for a variety of homes. They are also fast learners and low maintenance. However, they might experience some health issues, such as epilepsy.
Weimador (Weimaraner & Labrador) - $500-$1,000
Both the Weimaraner and the Labrador are athletic breeds. So, it’s only natural for the Weimador to be active and quickly adapt to colder climates. Even though Weimador puppies have the body shape of a Weimaraner, they have the Lab’s coat to keep them warm. The market estimation for this mixed pup is between $500 and $1,000.
The Weimador makes for the perfect family dog, as they are very loyal, loving, and great with kids. Besides, these pups will always alarm you of an intruder. However, the Weimadors might inherit the separation anxiety and pushy behavior from the Lab. So, it would be best to train and socialize them early on.
Cocker-Pei (Cocker Spaniel & Shar-pei) - $650-$800
The mix of Cocker Spaniel and Shar-Pei is undoubtedly a pup with a chubby and cute side, along with a desire to rule the house. More exactly, the Cocker-Pei has inherited the Shar Pei’s wrinkled face and the potential to grow into a large-sized, stocky dog. Its estimated average price is $650 to $800.
Even though Cocker Peis are extremely friendly, adaptable, and social, they are also very active and might be somewhat stubborn. So, they require training right from the start. What’s more, their Shar-Pei side may account for potential skin issues, whereas their loud barks might make Cocker-Peis good guard dogs.
Chorkie (Chihuahua & Yorkshire Terrier) - $400-$800
Chorkies are small-sized pups, best known for their playfulness, devotion, and outgoing personality. These unique crossbreed has inherited some of its parents’ best features, or the Chihuahua and Yorkshire Terrier. Usually, a Chorkie can be found at an average price of $400 to $800 on the market.
The mixed breed is also known as Yorkiechi, Chiyorkie, Yorkie-chi, Yorkchi, York-chi, Chiorkie, and York Chi. Chorkies are great for apartment living and large families, as they are attention-loving dogs with prominent personalities. They are also hypoallergenic with a low shed coat and don’t require too much exercise.
Corman (Corgi & German Shepherd) - $250-$750
Cormans are basically German Shepherds with short legs, which naturally they have inherited from the Corgi’s side. This crossbreed is mostly recognized for its loyalty, along with bravery and sometimes even stubbornness. Their average estimated market price is between $250 and $750.
What’s more, this adorable mixed breed is very alert and attentive, so the Corman might follow you around all day long. They are also friendly and adaptable, so you can freely leave them around your kids. However, the Cormans do tend to drool a bit and aren’t always overly keen on strangers.
Shorkie (Shih Tzu & Yorkshire Terrier) - $700
The Shih Tzu- Yorkshire Terrier is a small, loyal, and fierce companion. They inherit the best qualities from both of its parents, making them great apartment dogs. The average price for all Shorkies on the market is $700. However, you can expect to pay anything from $1,900 upwards to $6,400 for a Shorkie with top breed lines.
Most of all, we recognize Shorkies as a ‘huge dog’ personality in a tiny package. These pups will always alert you of any visitors. They might not be able to protect you from the intruders, but at least they will love you unconditionally. Yet, the Shorkies are high-maintenance, as they need constant grooming and care.
Horgi (Husky & Corgi) - $300-$700
Once again, we have the Corgi or Queen Elizabeth’s favorite breed. Only this time, it’s mixed with a Siberian Husky, leading to miniature looking, short-legged huskies. More exactly, the Horgi has inherited features from both its parents. It can be found priced at an average of between $300 and $700.
Horgies take on the Siberian Husky’s playfulness, dramatics, and attentiveness. But they have also taken on the determination and stubbornness from the Corgi. So, even though the Horgi may use its excess of energy to play around the house, it may also use it up to prove to you a point.
Shih-Poo (Shih Tzu & Poodle) - $640
As a unique combination of the Shih Tzu and the Poodle, the Shih-Poo is a cute dog with a sturdy body. Usually, these pups are brilliant, but might also appear stubborn at times. However, you can solve it all with appropriate training. The market estimation for Shih-Poo is an average of $640.
When it comes to the Shis-Poo’s temperament, these dogs are affectionate, friendly, and outgoing. However, their personality can vary greatly, depending on the temperament tendencies of the parents. So, to avoid any behavioral problems, it would be best to reinforce your Shih-Poo from the youngest of age positively.
Schnoodle (Poodle & Schnauzer) - $600
The Poodle-Schnauzer mix is a smart, active, and adorable companion. More exactly, we recognize Schnoodles as family, performance, lap, and therapy dogs. The average price for all Schnoodles on the market is $600. However, you can expect to pay anything from $1,900 upwards to $6,600 for a Schnoodle with top breed lines.
Most Schnoodle are small-sized pups. Usually, they are willing to please the owner. What’s more, they might inherit the Schnauzer’s activity and sturdiness. So, Schnoodles love being the center of attention, having fun, and playing around. And probably that’s why they hate being left alone, tending to bark.
Bullmatian (Bulldog & Dalmatian) - $300-$600
The Bulldog-Dalmatian mix is a dedicated, loyal protector, and a gorgeously unique pup that is certain to stick by your side. More exactly, the Bullmatian is the proper combination of both its parents, making it an ideal canine pal. On average, Bullmatians are priced anywhere between $300 and $600.
According to experts, Bullmatians need lots of space, as they might inherit the Dalmatian’s temperament. Speaking of Dalmatians, they have the reputation of being aggressive. However, this can be easily solved by proper training. So, make sure to socialize your Bullmatian from a young age to prevent such issues.
Bospin (Boston Terrier & Miniature Pinscher) - $500
Last but not least, we have the Bospin, or the Boston Terrier-Miniature Pinscher mix mostly recognized for its large, pointed ears and inquisitive stars. Unlike most crossbreeds, the Bospin tends to have very few issues healthwise. It can be found at an estimated average price of $500.
Usually, Bospins live from twelve to fifteen years. They are obedient and affectionate pets, yet require proper training. What’s interesting for the Bospin is its temperament. More exactly, this designer dog’s personality highly depends on the dominant parent’s side. So, socialization from an early age is a must.
Chiweenie (Dachshund & Chihuahua) - $200-$500
A Chiweenie is basically a Dachshund with a more elongated body, tail, and little paws. Usually, Chiweenies can inherit the face and ears from both parents, depending on the dominant gene. This mix also inherits the perfect personality combination from their parents. The estimated average price for the Chiweenie is $200 to $500.
Affectionately nicknamed the Mexican hotdog or the German Taco, Chiweenies can be perfect companions and lapdogs, as well as, wonderful guard dogs. These small pups are cute and cuddly, and usually tend to favor one person. However, they can suffer from separation anxiety and be aggressive towards strangers.