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  1. Arti says:

    However, designer dogs are generally F1/F1b generations of hybrid dog breeds. This means that the offspring are the result of the mating of two purebred dogs with half of the dog being the father’s breed and half of the dog being the mother’s breed. This would happen if one of the parents from F1 breeds with a parent from P (purebred). Yes, designer dogs do seem to be slightly healthier than their purebred counterparts. As for F1b, they are the F1 dogs but backcrossed. Designer dogs, mutts, and mixed breeds are actually all the same just with a alternative descriptive name. It’s part of their business. Institutional kennel clubs are trusted to provide dog breeders and buyers with thorough backgrounds of the dog’s history and their pedigrees. The world’s most popular kennel clubs, the American Kennel Club and The Kennel Club, do not currently recognize designer dog breeds. This is due to more hybrid vigor, or genetics, and a larger gene pool. The combinations

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