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WHY IS IT WRONG TO BREED DESIGNER DOGS

Breeding designer dogs is wrong because breeding dogs is wrong period. It’s wrong because we treat dogs like they are products or things when we breed them, and dogs are not products or things. We have no justification for manipulating them to suit our interests. There is no such thing as an ethical dog breeder, designer or otherwise.

The pop culture is evolving at a whooping velocity. The obsession with designer clothes, bags and other materialistic things is yet to get a closure and we may need to deal with another league, which is of Design dogs. Some of our readers may not be aware of them, but designer dogs are a cross between two purebred dogs. Pure breeds used in breeding designer dogs are bred over many generations without altering the true traits of the breed.

Here are some positives and negatives of breeding a designer dog.

 

Positives of designer dog breed

  1. The most advantageous thing about designer canines is that, you may get a number of varieties. More than 200 distinct hybrid fusions exist, which suggests that you may get a pooch with specific traits that you want.

2. Most of the hybrids are either small or medium sized with desirable traits. They have a magnetic persona with sheer cuteness.

Negatives

The major disadvantage of buying a designer dog is that they can cost you hundreds of bucks. Any articulated breed will at least have a price tag of $700. Whereas, you can adopt a pure breed easily at almost nil expenditure.

When two pure breeds are bred, a specific appearance and traits are expected. Though, it is not necessary that the dog will always develop the assumed traits. So, a mixed breed may not have an absolute outcome.