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I think I've heard that dogs that aren't purebred just tend to have less genetic defects passed down. for example certain breeds are more susceptible to cancer or hip problems. I own a "designer" dog so I can't judge a person who breeds them but, what stands out to me is when a person is breeding several different kinds. In my opinion if a breeder is in for the right reasons, they would focus on one breed or one specific hybrid. I mean, how can they really be focused on improving a breed, when they offer 10 different kinds of dogs.
Does anyone else agree/disagree?