What cute dog breed is non-pedigree?

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What cute dog breed is non-pedigree?

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we got a really cute and cheap dog that was about $135. it was a puppy that was a mixed breed and from the shelter but most dogs from the shelter are more healthy and are cute but if you really want a pure breed then here are some website for pic http://www.verycutepuppies.

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There is no breed that is non-pedigree. A dog that isn’t a specific breed is a mix,mongrel,mutt etc. £150 isn’t bad for the initial cost, if she is expecting the dog to be £150 for the whole of it’s life then she may have to do some more research/think, but i assume she doesn’t think this. You can find your “non-pedigree” dog at your nearest shelter, their price usually ranges from about £50-£150. http://edch.org.uk – edinburgh cat and dog home (Scotland) http://scottishspca.org – sspca (Scotland) http://www.dogstrust.org.

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I have 2 Jack Russell /n Min Pins and they cost us 60.00 a piece brother and sister 6 mos apart I also have 1 Min Pin that I got for free from my niece and they are all small dogs plus I have a German Shepard / Black Lab that is 1 big boy and a baby and he was free but believe me with vet bills, shots, food I mean it cost to own a dog so your mom should take that into consideration.

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If it’s non-pedigree, then it’s not a breed. What’s more, you won’t find a good breeder selling their dogs for £150. You can however get a great dog from your local rescue centre, and you might even get change from £150!

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You can’t really get a ‘breed’ that isn’t pedigree, but you can get some really nice dogs this way – it’s more like a genetic lottery, to be honest! People often prefer pedigrees because you know, approximately, what you’re going to get, so they’re willing to pay more for this. You certainly couldn’t get a pedigree for £150 – if you did find one for this price, I’d be very suspicous! However, recently, there has been a trend to cross breed dogs such as poodles and labradors (product: labradoodles), which are fantastic dogs, but are unfortunately even more expensive than pedigrees! My advice is just to visit all the nearby shelters to see what they’ve got. People don’t usually mix breeds on purpose, which is why there are so many in shelters. A shelter wouldn’t charge you more than £150, just visit as many as you can and you’re sure to find your perfect dog!

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