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Cross and Mixed Breeds

Defining the lineage of dogs

 

MetPet.com Staff Writer

Cross-breeds are dogs whose parents are both purebreds but are of different breeds.  Mixed breeds have at least one parent that is not purebred.  Most often, mixed breeds (also called natural or random bred or, somewhat less kindly, mutt or mongrel) is the term used to define dogs who lineage is unknown.

If all dogs were let lose to pick fights and reproduce at will, the "purebreds" would probably disappear within a few generations.  Without humans to carefully guide breeds into unique variations, dogs would revert into what nature intended.

It is generally believed that domestic dogs are descended from the smaller Asiatic Wolf rather than the larger northern Timber Wolf.   Eventually, it is believed, all dogs would be similar to those found running lose in developing countries.  They would be mid-sized at around 30 lbs, would have straight short hair, moderately-sized prick ears, a moderately-long straight tail and an elongated nose like a wolf's. 



 

 

 
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