Purebred Dog Breeds
The Barbet breed comes from France, and these dogs were originally bred to help on hunts and retrieve waterfowl. They have a medium-length curly coat that repels water and is sometimes long enough to practically hide their eyes! They can be found in a wide range of colors and weigh between 35 and 65 pounds.
The beautiful Basenji is one of the quietest breeds of dog; in fact, they’re even known as the “barkless dog from Africa.” They might not bark, but they do make a chortling sound, which is incredibly endearing. Basenjis have large, upright ears and slender elegant bodies. It’s thought they were bred to be companions for the Egyptian Pharaohs. Basenjis usually weigh 22 to 25 pounds.
3. Basset Fauve de Bretagne
These French scent hounds are also sometimes called the Fawn Brittany Basset. These pups have short legs and small bodies and are energetic and smart. They love any kind of active work, from obedience to advanced agility and of course, field trials! They weigh between 27 and 35 pounds. These pups have a great deal of energy, so they need active homes with plenty of interaction.
4. Basset Hound
Basset Hounds are instantly recognizable due to their huge, droopy ears and low-slung bodies. In fact, this breed takes their name from the French word for “low.” Their original breed purpose was to work in packs to track small game via their scent trail. They might be low to the ground, but Basset Hounds are chunky dogs and can weigh up to 65 pounds.
5. Bavarian Mountain Scent Hound
You might also see this German breed referred to by their original name of Bayerischer Gebirgsscheisshund. These dogs have such a keen sense of smell that they are famed for their ability to track game whose scent has long since gone cold. For this reason, they’re the favored breed of many hunters. They are a medium to large breed and can weigh up to 66 pounds.
The mischievous Beagle has a loyal fan club, thanks to their sweet and friendly nature. Their keen sense of smell can get them in trouble, though, so on-leash walks are always recommended. If a Beagle smells something irresistible, they’ll run after it and forget all their recall skills! Beagles are small but chunky and can weigh anything from 15 to 30 pounds.
7. Bearded Collie
The stunning Bearded Collie hails from Scotland, and they have long, thick coats with plenty of hair to cover their faces. Their original role was to herd cattle over long distances, usually to be sold at market. They have plenty of endurance and love long walks, as you’d expect. As large dogs, they can weigh from 45 to 55 pounds.
This French breed is not that well-known, but they make excellent working dogs in military or police units. Their original purpose was as herding dogs for flocks of sheep, and they make imposing protectors and guardians. They can weigh up to 100 pounds and have a short coat usually in black and tan colors.
9. Bedlington Terrier
Don’t be fooled into thinking that the Bedlington Terrier is a Poodle. They might have the same curly coat, but these fast dogs are sighthounds originally bred to hunt vermin and small prey. These small dogs have distinctive pear-shaped heads and can sometimes look like a lamb with their closely curled white coats. They’re loyal and affectionate dogs that adore their families.
10. Belgian Laekenois
The large Belgian Laekenois (pronounced Lack-en-wah) can weigh up to 65 pounds. With their trusted family members, they can be loyal and loving, but strangers aren’t treated the same way. This breed was originally used for guarding, so they have strong territorial instincts and won’t hesitate to protect their families.
11. Belgian Malinois
The original purpose of the Belgian Malinois was as a herding dog, but these days, they’re a popular choice as working dogs in the police, military, and more. They have a strong work ethic and are extremely intelligent. They’re not a breed for inexperienced dog owners, as they need a great deal of attention, and once fully mature, they can weigh up to 80 pounds.
12. Belgian Sheepdog
The Belgian Sheepdog has a thick double coat that makes them look larger than they actually are. As it is, they’re big dogs and can weigh up to 75 pounds. These dogs have loads of energy and require an active home where they can spend a significant amount of time doing something! They are an excellent choice for agility and obedience classes.
13. Belgian Tervuren
Our last Belgian breed, the Belgian Tervuren (pronounced Turv-your-en) is also a herding and guardian breed. They’re intelligent and hardworking and are popular as working dogs. They might work hard, but they also love to play hard, so you’ll never be bored with one of these pups around! They can weigh up to 75 pounds.
14. Bergamasco Sheepdog
This breed has an incredibly unique coat that forms flat cords that run all the way to the ground. They’re originally from near Milan in Italy, and they have been used as a herding breed for thousands of years. Bergamasco Sheepdogs are a great choice for allergy sufferers because their coats don’t shed, but they’re big dogs and can weigh up to 84 pounds.
15. Berger Picard
This French breed hails from the rural region of Picardy and were originally used as sheep dogs. Their thick double coat is perfectly suited to spending time out in the elements and can repel water from even the heaviest storms. They do need a great deal of grooming and are a medium to large breed, weighing up to 70 pounds.
16. Bernese Mountain Dog
This giant breed can end up weighing 115 pounds once fully grown! As a breed that hails from the Bern Mountains in Switzerland, they’re perfectly adapted to spending hours outdoors in winter conditions. Their classic coat color is black, white, and tan, and their lush double coats are a medium length. You might also see them called Berner Dogs.
17. Bichon Frise
The adorable and small Bichon Frise hails from the Canary Islands of Spain and has become one of the most popular toy breeds worldwide, thanks to their non-shedding coats that make them a great choice for allergy sufferers. These little pups will mature to weigh only up to 18 pounds, but their personalities are certainly large enough to make up for that!
18. Biewer Terrier
The tiny Biewer Terrier is a rare breed that’s related to the Yorkshire Terrier. They have a stunning tri-color coat in white, black, and tan. They’re a true toy breed, weighing just 4 to 8 pounds. Their name takes after the breed’s founders, the Biewers, who are credited with establishing this breed. The name is pronounced like bee-vare.
19. Black and Tan Coonhound
The original purpose of the Black and Tan Coonhound was to track raccoons, and they were good at their jobs! These days, the fun and outgoing nature of this breed makes them more popular as a family pet. They need plenty of space, though, as they can grow up to 110 pounds in weight. They also love to track scents, so they shouldn’t be allowed off-leash in the open.
20. Black Russian Terrier
The Black Russian Terrier is an impressive breed that can end up maturing to weigh around 130 pounds. Originally bred as a guard dog, this breed needs to feel like they have a job; otherwise, they will quickly get bored. They need an experienced owner because they’re extremely powerful. If not socialized correctly at a young age, they can become territorial.
21. Black Mouth Cur
This energetic dog is usually tan in color and has a black mask around its mouth, which inspired the name of this breed. They’re energetic working dogs with tireless amounts of energy. They can become territorial, so they need careful training while they’re still young. They originate from the Southern United States and are all-around farm dog that can turn their paw to most things.
Most of us can instantly recognize the Bloodhound, with their huge floppy ears and wrinkly faces. They’re well known as one of the best scenting breeds, and once they find a scent that they want to follow, there’s no stopping them. When they’re not trailing a scent, they’re lovable, calm, and drooly!
23. Bluetick Coonhound
The Bluetick Coonhound is an American breed, originally used for hunting raccoons. They have a striking ticked coat, large droopy ears, and a sweet expression. Rather than barking, they bay to signal that they’ve found prey to track, and they can be loud about it! These large dogs can weigh up to 80 pounds and love human company, as well as plenty of attention.
This huge South African breed can mature to weigh over 200 pounds. As a breed used for guarding property and livestock, they need an experienced handler who knows how to train large dogs that have a protective streak. This breed is incredibly loyal and loving with their families but won’t hesitate to protect you if they feel that you’re in danger.
The tiny Bolognese dog would love to live life on your lap! These loyal little pups will only weigh up to 9 pounds once fully mature, and they have a soft, fluffy white coat. Bolognese dogs do not cope well with being left alone for long periods of time and can be wary of strangers. They also love to bark, so while they might be small, they still need plenty of training.
26. Border Collie
One of the most well-known herding breeds worldwide, the enthusiastic and ever-energetic Border Collie is a British breed hailing from Northumberland, the border between Scotland and England. These tireless dogs can weigh up to 55 pounds. They were bred to herd sheep, and their strong work ethic means they’re always on the go. From agility to obedience, they’re amazing at everything they do!
27. Border Terrier
Border Terriers might be small, maturing to weigh around 15 pounds, but they think that they’re much bigger! They have the classic Terrier spirit and make great pets for families with older children. They have plenty of energy, so they will need a great deal of exercise and training to keep them occupied. A bored Border Terrier will make their own fun, including barking the house down!
The Borzoi is a leggy and elegant large sighthound. They can weigh up to 105 pounds and run at speeds up to 40 mph. While they love to run in short bursts, they’re quite happy to chill out at home in between walks. They’re a sensitive breed that is attached to their owners. They’ll be friendly to strangers, but they certainly aren’t as outgoing with people they don’t know.
29. Boston Terrier
The adorable Boston Terrier is sometimes nicknamed the American Gentleman. Their coats are often black and white, making them look like they’re wearing a tiny tuxedo. These sweet dogs are friendly and outgoing, and their small size of around 25 pounds makes them a great choice for apartment or urban living. These playful little dogs love plenty of attention and cuddles.
30. Bouvier des Flandres
This breed hails from Flanders in Belgium. They were bred to be an all-round farm dog, excelling at cattle droving, guarding, following a cart, and many other tasks. Their black fluffy coats make these dogs look even bigger than they already are; they can tip the scales at 110 pounds. They are intelligent and loyal but need plenty of training from an experienced handler.
The Boxer must be one of the best known “B” dog breeds. These bouncy pups are muscular and athletic with a short coat. They can weigh up to 80 pounds and need regular exercise to use up all that energy. They’re loving and loyal and have a cheerful personality that will never fail to make their owners smile.
32. Boykin Spaniel
The Boykin Spaniel comes from South Carolina and was bred with the intention of working on duck and turkey hunts, flushing birds out of the Wateree River. They have a water-resistant coat that usually has a slight curl, and can weigh up to 40 pounds. This energetic and intelligent breed makes a great training companion.
33. Bracco Italiano
The Bracco Italiano is one of the oldest Pointer breeds, and you might sometimes see them referred to as Italian Pointers. They are large dogs and can weigh up to 90 pounds once fully mature. They have loving and enthusiastic personalities and don’t enjoy being left alone for long periods. Their huge ears and long faces make them instantly recognizable.
34. Braque du Bourbonnais
This French Pointer breed has been around since the 15th century and was originally bred for hunting and retrieving. They’re now a popular breed for companion dogs, but they still excel at their original purpose. They can weigh up to 53 pounds and have muscular bodies, usually with a distinctive ticked pattern.
35. Braque Francais Pyrenean
Another ancient French breed, the Braque Francais Pyrenean is a versatile Pointer that can be used for flushing and retrieving game. Unusually for a Pointer, they also make skilled tracking dogs. They can weigh 45 to 55 pounds and have a short coat, usually with ticking and darker solid patches of color. They are affectionate and love being involved in family life.
36. Brazilian Mastiff
The huge Brazilian Mastiff is also called the Fila Brasilieiro. These giant dogs can weigh up to 100 pounds and are well known for their tracking ability. They can also be aggressive and territorial, needing a home with experienced owners who know how to train and handle a giant and powerful breed with plenty of personality and power.
37. Brazilian Terrier
The Brazilian Terrier is also sometimes called the Fox Paulistinha. These energetic little dogs can weigh up to 22 pounds and have long legs, half-erect ears, and a short coat. As with most Terrier breeds, they’re energetic and enthusiastic. They’re also extremely intelligent and make great training partners for agility and obedience classes.
The Briard is a loyal and affectionate French breed that can weigh up to 100 pounds when fully mature. Their long coat is designed to protect them from bad weather. While this breed adores their human companions, they can be aggressive toward other dogs if they’re not socialized properly as a puppy. They make great dogs for hiking, herding, and other outdoor activities.
39. Brittany Spaniel
You might also see this French breed simply referred to as a “Brittany.” These active Spaniels were originally used as gun dogs for bird hunts. They can weigh up to 45 pounds and are enthusiastic and loving dogs. They need plenty of exercise to channel their energy, but they make excellent agility or obedience dogs due to their trainable natures.
The Broholmer is also sometimes called the Danish Mastiff. As a guardian breed, they’re calm and loving with their families but will always be on the lookout for strangers. They can end up weighing a massive 150 pounds, so they need careful training from a young age to listen to their handler’s commands.
41. Brussels Griffon
The cure Brussels Griffon is often called the “bearded dog,” and it’s easy to see why! Their short coats are accented by a distinctive longer beard over their muzzles. These small dogs will mature to weigh 12 pounds or less. Originally bred as a ratter, the Brussels Griffon is enthusiastic and full of energy. They bond strongly with their owners, so another nickname is the “Velcro dog.”
The huge Bullmastiff was originally bred in England and used to guard noblemen’s estates and the game kept within them. They can mature to weigh 130 pounds when fully grown. They need experienced owners because they can be stubborn when training. They’re loving with their families, but it’s essential to make sure they’re trained to accept strangers into their territory.
43. Bull Terrier
The Bull Terrier is instantly recognizable due to their distinctive block-shaped heads. They have sadly earned a bad reputation as aggressive, but in fact, they’re incredibly loving and loyal. They do need an experienced handler to make sure they’re well socialized when they’re puppies, but with correct training, they make fantastic pets. They can weigh up to 70 pounds once fully grown.
There’s no mistaking the last purebred dog on our list! The Bulldog is also sometimes called the British Bulldog or English Bulldog, but they’re all the same breed. These chunky and low-slung dogs will end up weighing up to 70 pounds. Their wide-set front legs give them a distinctive swinging gait. Bulldog adore their families but can struggle to cope with hot weather due to their short muzzles.
Mixed Breeds That Start With B
The Ba-Shar is a cross between the adorable Basset Hound and the loyal Shar-Pei.
46. Bagle Hound
The Balonkatese is an unusual cross between the Maltese and a Russkaya Tsvetnaya Bolonka.
Looking for a sweet and small mixed breed? The Basset Hound and Scottish Terrier mix is a great choice!
Cross the quiet and elegant Basenji with a friendly Beagle, and the Baseagle is your dog!
Cross a cute and fluffy American Eskimo dog with a Basset Hound, and the result is an adorable Baskimo.
The Bassador is the result of a cross between two extremely popular breeds, the Basset Hound and the Labrador Retriever.
Two low-slung breeds combine: The Basset Hound and Dachshund hybrid is the adorable Basschshund.
The Bassalier is the result of crossing two adorable breeds, the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and the Basset Hound.
54. Basset Bluetick
Combine a Basset Hound and a Bluetick Coonhound, and you get a stunning Basset Bluetick.
55. Basset Bordeaux
The stunning Basset Bordeaux has one Basset Hound parent and one Dogue de Bordeaux parent.
56. Basset Foxhound
Cross a Basset Hound with a Foxhound, and the result is a sweet Basset Foxhound.
57. Basset Heeler
The dedicated and cheerful Basset Heeler combined the Basset Hound and Blue Heeler into one adorable mixed breed.
58. Basset Jack
Combine the Basset Hound and Jack Russell Terrier to get one small and bouncy breed, the Basset Jack.
59. Basset Retriever
The adorable Basset Retriever has one Basset Hound parent and one Golden Retriever parent and often winds up looking like a shorter Golden Retriever.
60. Basset Shepherd
The Basset Shepherd has one Basset Hound parent and one German Shepherd parent. They’re affectionate and energetic.
Poodles are a popular choice for mixed breeds, and crossing them with a Basset Hound results in a sweet and low-shedding Bassetoodle.
The Bassky is an adorable and short-legged cross between a Siberian Husky and a Basset Hound.
The Basston is a sweet and affectionate cross between the Basset Hound and Boston Terrier.
Combine the droopy ears of the Basset Hound and the adorable nature of the Pug, and you get a Bassugg.
66. BD Terrier
Combining the small size and luxurious coat of the Lhasa Apso with the squat legs and long body of the Basset Hound equals a Be-Apso!
68. Bea Griffon
Crossing a Beagle with a Brussels Griffon results in a fun-loving and affectionate Bea Griffon.
With one Beagle parent and one Shih Tzu parent, the Bea-Tzu is a smart and sassy small dog.
Crossing two of our “B” breeds, this Beagle and Bulldog mix is a sweet and loving companion.
A Beacol is a loyal and affectionate mix of the Beagle and Bearded Collie.
Cross a Beagle with a Pembroke or Cardigan Welsh Corgi, and you get this adorable and sweet breed, also sometimes called a Corgeagle.
The medium-sized Beagleman is a fun-loving cross between a Beagle and a Doberman Pinscher.
The adorable and spotty Beaglemation crosses a Beagle with a Dalmatian for an energetic short-legged dog.
75. Beagle Chin
The Beagle Chin is a small mixed breed resulting from breeding a Beagle and a Japanese Chin.
76. Beagle Pit
Cross a Beagle with a Pit Bull, and you get a chunky and enthusiastic Beagle Pit.
77. Beagle Point
The Beagle Point has one Beagle parent and one Pointer parent. They’re energetic and need plenty of exercise.
78. Beagle Sheltie
Crossing a Beagle with a Shetland Sheepdog results in an adorable Beagle Sheltie. They usually have reasonably long coats and sweet natures.
79. Beagle Shepherd
This is a cross between two incredibly popular breeds, the Beagle and German Shepherd. These pups are loyal, intelligent, and protective.
The adorable and compact Beaglier has one Beagle parent and one Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.
Crossing a Beagle and a Bolognese equals a medium-sized, fluffy Beaglolo!
The sweet Beago combines the Beagle and Golden Retriever into one adorably small golden dog.
The Beardoodle is a seriously clever and energetic cross between the Bearded Collie and the Poodle.
Cross a Beagle with a Siberian Husky, and you get this sweet medium-sized pup.
This long-legged and energetic breed combines the Beauceron and Poodle into one loyal pup.
86. Bebasset Bordeaux
This unusual mix combines the Beagle, Basset Hound, and Dogue de Bordeaux into one cuddly dog.
87. Belgian Shepadoodle
Crossing a Belgian Shepherd and a Poodle creates a sweet and tolerant large dog.
This is a high-energy and intelligent mix between the Belgian Malinois and Siberian Husky.
This adorable and large mix is a cross between the loyal Bernese Mountain Dog and the smart Poodle.
91. Berner Chow
The Berner Chow is a cross between the Bernese Mountain Dog and Chow Chow but needs an experienced owner due to their size and sometimes stubborn nature.
92. Berner Dane
This beautiful and large dog is a mix between the Great Dane and Bernese Mountain Dog mix.
93. Bernese Cattle Dog
Combine a huge fluffy Bernese Mountain Dog with a smart and energetic Australian Cattle Dog, and you’ll get an adorable Bernese Cattle Dog.
94. Bernese Rottie
This cross is a loyal and friendly blend of the Bernese Mountain Dog and the Rottweiler.
The Poodle is a super popular choice for mixed breeds, and combining them with a small Bichon Frise results in the intelligent and sweet Bich-poo.
Combine two sweet dogs known for their fluffy white coats, the American Eskimo and the Bichon Frise, to get the Bichomo.
The Bichon Frise and Pomeranian mix is seriously small and adorably cuddly. They do need training but make excellent apartment dogs.
98. Bichon Yorkie
This pup is a tiny and adorable cross between the Bichon Frise and the Yorkshire Terrier.
Combine a tiny Bichon Frise with the fluffy-coated Coton de Tulear, and you get this adorable mixed breed.
100. Black and Tan Coonoodle
This mixed breed is an energetic and smart mix between the Poodle and the Black and Tan Coonhound.
101. Black Mouth Pom Cur
This gorgeous and eye-catching breed combines the Black Mouth Cur and Pomeranian into a small and sweet pup with plenty of energy.
102. Black Russian Wolfhound Terrier
A combination of two giant breeds, the Black Russian Terrier and the Irish Wolfhound, this dog needs plenty of exercise and training.
Cross the Bloodhound and Catahoula, and you’ll get an energetic breed that needs plenty of training to keep them occupied.
104. Blue Blood Cane Corso
This powerful hybrid combines the Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog and Cane Corso into a breed that needs an experienced owner.
105. Blue Spaniel
The bouncy and energetic Blue Spaniel combines the Australian Cattle Dog and the Cocker Spaniel breeds.
106. Blue-Tzu Heeler
Cross the Australian Cattle Dog with a Shih Tzu, and you’ll get this energetic and friendly mix.
107. Bluetick Coonoodle
This is another popular Poodle cross, this time with the large and energetic Bluetick Coonhound.
108. Bluetick Coonhound Harrier
This mix combines the Bluetick Coonhound and Harrier breeds into one friendly and pack-oriented pup.
109. Bluetick Rat Terrier
This breed inherits their Rat Terrier parent’s size and nature and their Bluetick Coonhound parent’s distinctive ticked coat color.
110. Bluetick Walker
Combine a Bluetick Coonhound and a Treeing Walker Coonhound, and you’ll get this beautiful and smart breed that’s perfect for scent tracking.
This breed mixes the Boston Terrier and Dachshund to create a compact and sweet-natured pup.
The bouncy and full-of-energy Bo-Jack crosses the Boston Terrier and Jack Russell Terrier.
This sweet and friendly mixed breed combines the Beagle and Cocker Spaniel into a medium-sized pup.
This mix combines two high-energy and intelligent breeds, the Border Collie and Dalmatian.
115. Boglen Terrier
The playful and high-spirited Boglen Terrier mixes the best of the Beagle and Boston Terrier.
This Beagle and Boxer mixed breed is enthusiastic, affectionate, and full of energy all day long.
This Bolognese and Shih Tzu mix is sweet and sassy and always up for a cuddle on the couch.
Cross a Bolognese with a Cocker Spaniel, and you’ll get this energetic and fluffy mixed breed.
120. Bolognese Bolonka
This unusual cross involves the Bolognese and the Russian Tsvetnaya Bolonka.
You might be able to guess that this affectionate mix combines the Bolognese and Schnauzer breeds.
Combining the ever-popular Poodle and the Bolognese creates a small and sweet pup with a hypoallergenic coat.
Breeding a Bolognese with a Silky Terrier results in this fun-loving small dog.
Two of the most popular breeds out there, the Border Collie and Labrador Retriever, combine to create this fabulous mix.
125. Bordeaux Pitbull
The stunning and powerful Bordeaux Pitbull combines the Dogue de Bordeaux and the Pit Bull.
If you’re looking for a super intelligent and energetic mixed breed, then combine the Australian Shepherd and Border Collie!
127. Border Beagle
The sweet Beagle and energetic Border Collie combine to make this mix with the best of both parent breeds.
128. Border Collie Bernard
Mixing the clever Border Collie and the huge Saint Bernard results in this sweet and large dog.
129. Border Collie Britt
Both the Border Collie and Brittany Spaniel are super energetic, so their offspring is no different.
130. Border Collie Bull Staffy
Cross the sweet Staffordshire Bull Terrier with the clever Border Collie to get this awesome mix.
131. Border Collie Cocker
The affectionate Cocker Spaniel combines with the intelligent Border Collie to create a great breed for active families.
132. Border Collie Lakeland
Two clever and energetic breeds, the Border Collie and Lakeland Terrier, come together to create this fun and active small to medium breed.
133. Border Collie Pit
This breed mixes the clever Border Collie and the affectionate Pit Bull Terrier.
134. Border Collie Pyrenees
The Great Pyrenees adds size and a dense fluffy coat to the brainy and energetic Border Collie.
135. Border Heeler
If you’re looking for a tireless and intelligent mix, then combining the Border Collie and Australian Cattle Dog will give you exactly that and then some.
136. Border Jack
The Border Jack is a bouncy and clever cross between the Border Collie and Jack Russell Terrier.
137. Border Malamute Terrier
Crossing the sweet and sassy Border Terrier with the fluffy Alaskan Malamute equals one gorgeous mixed breed.
138. Border Newfie
Breeding the clever Border Collie with the huge and loyal Newfoundland results in a breed that’s both stunning and affectionate.
139. Border Point
A Border Collie crossed with a Pointer creates a stunning mixed breed with an amazing work ethic and incredible intelligence.
140. Border Pomhttps://www.instagram.com/p/BjInVzLlcbg
Want a smaller Border Collie? Cross them with a Pomeranian and you’re pretty much there!
141. Border Schnollie
Combine the Border Collie with a Schnauzer, and you’ll get a pup that loves to learn, as well as watch over their families.
142. Border Sheepdog
The smart Border Collie is bred with the affectionate Shetland Sheepdog is this stunning long-haired mixed breed.
143. Border Springer
Mix two bouncy and clever breeds, the Border Collie and English Springer Spaniel, for a hardworking mixed pup that loves to have fun.
144. Border Stack
This mix combines three breeds into one: the Border Collie, Jack Russell Terrier, and Staffordshire Bull Terrier.
Breed the beautiful and gentle Bernese Mountain Dog with the Border Collie to get this stunning medium to large hybrid.
The Poodle features again in this mixed breed, this time combined with the Border Collie for an energetic and athletic hybrid.
Breeding the loyal and smart Border Collie with the sweet and small Welsh Corgi results in this awesome mixed breed.
The adorable and small Bosapso combines the looks of the Boston Terrier with the longer coat of the Lhasa Apso.
This hybrid inherits the best qualities from both their parent breeds, the Boston Terrier and Shih Tzu.
Cross the fluffy American Eskimo with the adorable Boston Terrier to get this sweet and small mixed breed.
This mixed breed combines the Boston Terrier and Weimaraner to form an adorable pup with the looks and personality of both parent breeds.
The adorable Bospin combines the sweet face of the Boston Terrier with the athletic body of the Miniature Pinscher
Combine the Boston Terrier with a Toy or Miniature Poodle to get the sassy and confident Bossi-Poo.
This mixed breed combines the small and sassy Boston Terrier with the bright and energetic Australian Shepherd.
Combining an elegant and affectionate Italian Greyhound and the bold Boston Terrier results in a stunning mix.
The small Bichon Frise and characterful Boston Terrier combine to breed stunning pups with longer coats than a Boston but many of their looks.
The Bostie is a cute and adorable combination of the Boston Terrier and West Highland White Terrier.
This sweet hybrid between the Boston Terrier and Papillon often has the same distinctive fluffy ears as their Papillon parent.
Breeding a Boston Terrier with a Pekingese creates a sweet mixed breed with plenty of characteristics from both parent breeds.
160. Boston Boxer
The adorable Boston Terrier and Boxer mix is small like a Boston Terrier, but with plenty of Boxer characteristics.
161. Boston Cattle Dog
Combine the affectionate Boston Terrier with the energetic Australian Cattle Dog for this gorgeous mix.
162. Boston Chin
This mixed breed blends a Boston Terrier with the Japanese Chin for an attentive and sweet-natured small breed.
163. Boston Huahua
Combine the sweet Boston Terrier with the sassy Chihuahua for the ultimate pup for urban living.
164. Boston Iggy
The sweet and sensitive Italian Greyhound combines with the energetic and affectionate Boston Terrier in this gorgeous mix.
165. Boston Lab
Two popular breeds, the Boston Terrier and Labrador Retriever, mix to create a fun and medium-sized pup with plenty of energy.
166. Boston Malterrier
Cross the Boston Terrier with the Maltese to get this sweet and lovable small breed.
167. Boston Spaniel
With the Boston Spaniel’s sass and the Coker Spaniel’s affectionate nature, this mixed breed is a winner.
168. Boston Yorkie
This small breed has plenty of character due to the combination of Boston Terrier and Yorkshire Terrier parents.
With one Bouvier des Flandres parent and one Doberman Pinscher parent, these dogs are loyal and energetic.
Cross the determined Bouvier des Flandres with the energetic and lovable Labrador Retriever for this winning combination.
Combining two bouncy breeds, the Boxer and Weimaraner, this mixed breed is smart, affectionate, and the perfect match for active families.
This mixed breed combines the sweet Basset Hound with the Miniature Schnauzer. These dogs are loving and loyal.
Blending the Boxer’s energy and the Pug’s sweet nature gives us the adorable Box-a-Pug.
The Boxer and Shar-Pei mix matures to be a large dog that needs plenty of exercise, attention, and of course, cuddles!
175. Boxer Chow
The Boxer and Chow Chow mixed breed ends up being a powerful mature dog that needs a home with experienced dog owners.
176. Box Heeler
If energy and dedication are key characteristics of your perfect pup, take a look at this Boxer and Blue Heeler mix, as they have plenty of both.
177. Boxer Shepherd
Two popular breeds, the Boxer and German Shepherd Dog, create an awesome and fun mixed breed perfect for families.
The sweet and small Boxachi combines the Chihuahua and Boxer for a stunning mixed breed.
Two amazing breeds rolled into one! The Boxer and Labrador Retriever combine to create a wonderful family dog.
Combining the energy of the Boxer with the calm and devoted nature of the Great Dane results in this gorgeous breed.
Enthusiastic and hardworking, the Boxapoint blends the Boxer with the German Shorthaired Pointer for an awesome mixed breed.
182. Boxer Basset
The sweet Basset Hound and bouncy Boxer combine to make this adorable mix that blends the droopy Basset ears and Boxer coloring.
The ever-popular Poodle and equally well-loved Boxer are a wonderful mix for creating adorable puppies with low-shedding coats and plenty of energy.
This mixed breed between the Boxer and Doberman Pinscher results in stunning loyal puppies with plenty of energy and affection.
Breeding an Akita and Boxer together results in energetic puppies that can be stubborn. An experienced home is recommended.
Resulting from one Boxer parent and one Mastiff parent, this mixed breed is energetic, devoted, and large.
The Boxer and Dalmatian combine to make a beautiful and loyal mixed breed.
Two super energetic breeds combine here, the Boxer and the Border Collie. This is a great choice for active families.
The energetic Boxer and devoted Siberian Husky combine to form the stunning Boxsky. These pups often have the blue eyes of their Husky parent and the short coat of the Boxer.
The loyal Boxer and energetic English Springer Spaniel create a hybrid with the best characteristics of both parent breeds.
This Rottweiler and Boxer mix perfectly combines a loyal nature with plenty of bounce and energy.
They might have a funny name, but the Boston Terrier and Rat Terrier hybrid is an awesome breed.