Kinda Wierd!!!

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http://www.dogbreedinfo.com/doodlemanpinscher.htm

 

Take a look at the Doodleman Pinscher... lol

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What a cute/weird looking dog. There was a time when a dog like that would be called a "mutt." I laugh when I see the term "designer dogs". I love all things dogs

 

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There's a name for these kinds of dogs... mutts lol  And people will actually pay extra for these mutts, because they think it's "cool" and then they get pissed when you tell them that they don't have a purebred dog, and it's not even a "breed".

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I like myself some mutts, but I wouldn't get that cross unless it looked like the one named Bear on that site and would definately walk away if the person owning one thought they can sell for a ridiculous price. Regardless of what they think its still a mutt 

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 one of the problems with these is there's no consistency, because it's not a breed, so there's no standard.  That means there is no way at all to predict personality traits, what they will look like, etc.  Essentially you don't know what you're going to get till they are born.

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I have also heard them called "Doberdoodle"

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Lol... I thought they were adoreable, but if I wanted a mutt (I've got one now!!), I would rescue or get one from an oopsie litter that someone I knew had. Spending that much money for a mix breed is kinda crazy, especially when I could go to a large city and pick one up off the street who needs my love and attention. It's the same way I feel about labradoodles and chorkies. lol. People are nuts. 

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Terrible I think this stuff is so terrible, it encourages people to just breed any dog to any dog and therefore keeping shelters way too busy......I even saw at the vets office a weird "designer" dog that was a cross between a fox and a spitz it was beautiful but I was horrified, the poor thing didn't know whether to trip out on it's wild instinct or to settle into its domesticated roots, it was literally crazy and terrified one minute and calm the next. People don't realize what they are doing to the mentality of these dogs by crossing them haphazardly with one another........no offense to anyone here but I think it's stupidity at it's worst especially for the dogs......and vets don't know what to expect either putting everyone at risk because at least most of the time you have some gauge as to what to expect but "designer" dogs are a whole new pandora's box......