You can find most of these breeds in animal shelters.
Choosing what type of dog to bring home to your family can be a little difficult because, let’s be honest, there is no bad option. But whether you want a purebred, a mixed breed, or a mutt, you’ll want to choose a dog that vibes with your family and fits into your lifestyle.
With purebreds, you’ll be able to know their personality traits and possible reactions to certain events, because the breeds have been studied. When it comes to mixed breeds, however, the Spruce notes that a person can’t know for sure what positive or negative genes from each breed will show until they mature fully. You won't even be able to tell what they’re going to look like or what health concerns they might develop in the future. As a result, you'll likely find mixed dog breeds in shelters because they weren't what the original owners were expecting. But just because they weren't suitable for one family, it doesn't mean they won't be the perfect dog for you.
So remember to visit an adoption center first if you're planning on bringing a furry friend home.
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