Dog Breeds

15 Dog Breeds You Can Hardly Believe Are Real

Nowadays there are so many different breeds of dogs, like a Brussels Griffon, Peruvian Hairless Dog, Komondor, Bernese Mountain Dog. Nothing surprises us anymore.

Bright Side’s team adores dogs, so we had to share these wonderful and unique creatures with you. We collected photos of the rarest and most unusual four-legged friends that will make you want to go out and buy one.

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What do you get if you mix a stubborn but charming Shiba Inu and playful and carefree Corgi? This little guy!

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If you feel respect and awe when looking at this dog, it’s not without reason: he’s a mix of a Siberian Husky, an Alaskan Malamute, and a German Shepherd.

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It’s hard to believe that this cutie’s parents are a Dachshund and Golden Retriever.©thepuppybear

This dog is as charming as its parents: a Pomeranian and an Australian Shepherd.

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Look at this fantastic cutie! She’s the daughter of a Chihuahua and a Spitz.

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This wonderful dog is the result of a Pomeranian and a Shiba Inu breeding.

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This beauty has a Siberian Husky’s ice blue eyes, a Pomeranian’s golden fur, and a fox’s ears.

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This lovely pup can be proud — he’s unique. Can you see the traits of a Pug and a Chihuahua here?

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This cute pup is half Siberian Husky and half Labrador Retriever.

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2 thoughts on “15 Dog Breeds You Can Hardly Believe Are Real

  1. Giselle Janssen says:

    Very interesting. Thank you.

  2. Sally Jammer says:

    I don’t know about all of these, but I know at least a few are not correct – the “Dachshund and Golden Retriever” is just a long-haired english cream miniature dachshund. The “Pomeranian and a Shiba Inu” is a chow/shiba mix. The “Chihuahua and a Spitz” is a Pomeranian/Chihuahua. The “Pug and a Chihuahua” Chihuahua/Pekingese/shih tzu mix.
    Lastly, I would put money that the “Siberian Husky and half Labrador Retriever” has more pit than lab.
    This was done by simple breed knowledge and reverse image searches. A little research is all that was needed here.

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