Designer Dogs 101: What the Heck is a Designer Dog? - Animal Facts
Designer Dogs 101: What the Heck is a Designer Dog? Are Designer Dogs just expensive mutts?
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What the Heck is a Designer Dog? Well, you clicked, so you probably want to know. Did Louise Vuitton design a dog to go along with your expensive purse? Well, not quite, but some think that’s exactly what happened. Let’s find out.
If you do a Google search to define designer dog, you will inevitably come to this top Urban Dictionary definition from 2008. “Designer Dog -What irresponsible backyard breeders and puppy mills call mutts and sell for exorbitant amounts of money.” It seems that many of the definitions found on the site follow suit. But, is there more to it? Are designer dogs more than just mutts with hefty price tags? And are designer dogs more than just a passing fad?
Well, how did the designer dog trend start? Throughout human history, man has bred dogs to achieve offspring good at performing specific tasks. From hunting dogs to herding dogs, most of the purebred dogs we know today are indeed mixes of other dogs either still around or extinct.