Huskies seem to be popular, here mixed with a Pit Bull. However, another coveted crossbreed is the Pit Bull/Berenstain Bear mix, the Pitstain. They're a little stinky (not to mention fictional), but cute nonetheless.
You know the age-old story: A man was walking his Basset Hound one day and thought out loud, "I love my saggy dog, but I wish he was more wrinkly," just as a woman who was walking her Shar Pei thought, "I love my wrinkly dog, but I wish he was more saggy!" And thus, the Ba-Shar was born.
Ever wanted a giant Labrador with the personality of an angel?! That's where New Labralaounds come in. Labs are crossed with Newfoundlands (the best dogs in the world) for basically shorter-haired versions of the most gentle giants.
Golden Retrievers and Collies are both breeds known for having wonderful, loving personalities. Good thing those qualities are amplified and not cancelled out when they're put together! And with a name like "Gollie," who could resist?
The Puggle (Pug/Beagle) was one of the first "designer dog" breeds to get popular, and if you ask me, it is one of the silliest-looking. Good job, people. We know what we want, and we want sad-looking, weirdly disproportionate puppies.