Hybrid dogs, often known as designer dogs, are the result of deliberate breeding between two distinct purebred dog species.
The demand for and interest in designer dog breeds has skyrocketed in recent years.
Breeding practices have been the subject of debate ever since the creation of designer dog breeds.
Some people worry about the health of their dogs if they want to adopt a designer breed.
Designer dog breeds, in contrast to purebred canines, have no universally accepted breed criteria.
When compared with getting a dog from a shelter or a reputable breeder, the cost of a designer dog might be prohibitive because of its marketing and pricing.
The growth of designer dog breeds has been met with criticism by traditional purebred aficionados, who claim that the advent of such hybrids threatens the purity and history of existing dog breeds.