A Wild Wolf Meets A Lab And Stands Nose To Nose I first read about this remarkable relationship between a wild wolf and a Labrador Retriever on Sunny Skyz, and …Read More
The Borador is a cross between a purebred Border Collie and a Labrador Retriever. Like the majority of other designer dogs, this is a so-called F1 or first generation mix, …Read More
The Husky Lab mix is a cross between a Siberian Husky and a Labrador Retriever. This relatively new mix breed is known as the Huskador, Labsky, or Siberian Retriever. A …Read More
Known as a Beagador, this medium size designer dog is the result of careful breeding between a Beagle and a Labrador Retriever, with the aim of creating a fun-loving pooch …Read More
The Pitador (A.K.A. Labrabull) is a hybrid breed. His parents are the Labrador Retriever and the American Pit Bull. He is a medium-sized dog, albeit he is on the large …Read More
The Labradinger is a hybrid dog. His parent breeds are the Labrador Retriever and the energetic English Springer Spaniel. He is a happy, cheerful blend of both breeds, and eager-to-please …Read More
The Bullador is a mixed breed dog–a cross between the Labrador and English Bulldog breeds. These pups fall into the medium-to-large size range. Active and loyal, Bulladors inherited some of …Read More
Also known as the Boxerlab, Boxerdor, and Laboxer, the Boxador is a great choice if you are in search of a large dog who will be willing to protect his …Read More
The Basador is a crossbreed. Opening your heart and home to a cross-breed is like opening a beautifully wrapped package on your birthday: you never know what’s going to be inside. It’s often assumed that a crossbreed will combine the best of two or more breeds, but genetics doesn’t always work that way. The way genes combine and express themselves is not always subject to a breeder’s control, even less so when two different breeds are crossed.
This crossbreed mixes two very different dogs, Labrador Retrievers and Basset Hounds, for an unusual looking result. A Basador can have a wide range of personalities. Both Labs and Bassets tend to be good-natured and love to hunt, but the Basset is more of a rambler and independent thinker, while the Lab is a hard-charging go-getter. A Basador might be calm but stubborn or highly active and always ready to seek out an interesting scent.
A well-bred, well-socialized Basador will be friendly. He can get along well with children and other pets if he is brought up with them, but he may be too rambunctious for families with toddlers. Caution is also warranted around cats, as both component breeds have strong hunting instincts.