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Old Jan 2, 2010, 7:25 PM   #1
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Default What happens when you cross a Beagle with a Pekingese?

Sheesh, you get this cute little guy.

He's six months old, and ain't getten much larger...



I forget what the owner called this guy, but I labeled him a Beaglese, which isn't very good.

I would appreciate a new name for the "Breed" that I can then take credit for and tell the owner.

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He is, indeed, a cutie, Dave. How 'bout "Peakle"?
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He is, indeed, a cutie, Dave. How 'bout "Peakle"?
Ohhhh - Good one, but I would say Peagle...

Certainly that beats the heck out of my previous name... Yeah, Peagle -

Anyone else with a suggestion?

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PS - He's really a cute and sweet little dog; Chato liked him a lot.
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i would call it a beaking lol nice little dog
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It looks like Peagle is the normal name for that mix. You'll find it on this page:

http://www.achclub.com/modules.php?name=Breeders
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It looks like Peagle is the normal name for that mix. You'll find it on this page:

http://www.achclub.com/modules.php?name=Breeders
A thousand thanks for the link. While I don't care for many of their choices in names, yet they are all hysterically funny to read.

I've bookmarked this page and will send it around to my dog owning friends.

My dog mated with a Boxer, I notice no names for a Kuvasz/Boxer cross - A Buvasz?

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I dunno. I haven't found that one. lol

Here's another site that may be of interest:

http://www.designermixes.org/Breeds/BreedList.aspx
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I dunno. I haven't found that one. lol

Here's another site that may be of interest:

http://www.designermixes.org/Breeds/BreedList.aspx
Again, thanks! Some of these names are funny as hell. Of course, I prefer the old title for these mixes - "Mutt's!"

There are only 2000 Kuvasz in the entire country, and not many people have even heard of the Kuvasz, let alone worry about naming a cross.

So far my favorite from your first link is:
Dachshund + Yorkshire Terrier = Dorkie

"So buddy, what kind of dog do you own?"

"A Dorkie, finest breed in the world"

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Again, thanks! Some of these names are funny as hell. Of course, I prefer the old title for these mixes - "Mutt's!"
That's the first thing that came to mind when I saw this thread, and I started to say about the same thing, as in "we call that a mutt".

But, I figured that might be offensive to you, so I "bit my tongue" and found the sites I referenced with a few searches. I actually started with the Mutt page on wikipedia.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mutt

Then I followed a link on it to this wikipedia page:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mixed-breed_dog

Then, I followed a link from that page to this wikipedia page:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dog_hyb...nd_crossbreeds

Then, on to this page:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_dog_hybrids

It still didn't have a dog with that combination in the list (a Peagle as I found out later). But, if you look at the references at the bottom of that last page, that's where I found the links I posted earlier in this thread. :-)
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That's the first thing that came to mind when I saw this thread, and I started to say about the same thing, as in "we call that a mutt".

But, I figured that might be offensive to you, so I "bit my tongue" and found the sites I referenced with a few searches. I actually started with the Mutt page on wikipedia.
Not me, he, heh, he - Best dog I ever had was a Mutt! Indeed I used to refer to him as a "Pure Bred Mutt," because I had no idea what he consisted of. And I say this even though I owned his father.

There is only One problem with a Mutt, when the dog dies you can't go out and get another one.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mutt

Then I followed a link on it to this wikipedia page:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mixed-breed_dog

Then, I followed a link from that page to this wikipedia page:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dog_hyb...nd_crossbreeds

Then, on to this page:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_dog_hybrids

It still didn't have a dog with that combination in the list (a Peagle as I found out later). But, if you look at the references at the bottom of that last page, that's where I found the links I posted earlier in this thread. :-)
All great stuff! While I enjoy reading this, I don't take it seriously.

By the way, I DID find a page on the second link you gave me from a previous post to a Kuvasz mix. It's called a Chuvasz and is a cross between a Chow and a Kuvasz. Sounds like a total nightmare to me. Both breeds are tough and independant. Forty years ago I briefly had my own business training guard dogs, and I can say with authority that I wouldn't recomend either of these breeds for this kind of training. It would be easy to train either breed to attack, and neither breed could be called off - Not exactly what a sane person would want.

With a dog like Chato, all the training he's had is in the opposite direction. He doesn't need to be trained to be a guard dog; it's built into his genes. Now if I could only train him to share all the Hot Babes he meets, I could die contented, but again, there seems to be a conflict with genetics...

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