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38 Labrador Retriever Mixes (With Pictures)

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Labrador Retrievers have gained so much popularity since their humble beginnings. In fact, they have consistently ranked number one on the American Kennel Club popular breeds list for years. There is really no wonder—these dogs are loyal, energetic, and affectionate.

But if you were trying to see what types of Lab hybrids are out there, here are 38 of the top crosses you can pick. These breed combos each have a unique set of physical and individual differences, setting each one apart from the rest. Let’s take a peek at these adorable doggies.

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The 38 Popular Labrador Retriever Mixes

1. Labradoodle (Labrador Retriever x Poodle Mix)

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Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Poodle
Height: 22 – 24 inches
Weight: 50 – 65 pounds
Coat Colors: Yellow, chocolate, black, gray
Character: Intelligent, social, family-friendly

One of the most popular Lab crosses is the gorgeous Labradoodle, combining the Labrador and the Poodle. Labradoodles are generally curly—and some would consider them hypoallergenic (although no dog is totally allergy-friendly).

Many owners would describe them as having incredibly trainable, heartwarming personalities. They are so wonderful with people that many Labradoodles find themselves in service roles, helping people with emotional and physical struggles.

2. Aussiedor (Labrador Retriever x Australian Shepherd Mix)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Australian Shepherd
Height: 22 – 25 inches
Weight: 40 – 80 pounds
Coat Colors: Merle, yellow, chocolate, black, tri-color, red
Character: High energy, playful, loyal

The Australian Shepherd Labrador Retriever combo leads to the gorgeous Aussiedor. This breed can come in many coat colors and may even have the genetic trait, sporting one blue eye. This occurrence is called heterochromia.

This cross is a very adventurous breed, always on the move and alert. Because of their high intensity, they do well with complicated training. These dogs work best in homes where they have tasks to perform.

3. Bullador (Labrador Retriever x English Bulldog Mix)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/English Bulldog
Height: 17 – 20 inches
Weight: 50 – 90 pounds
Coat Colors: Black, brown, white, fawn, brindle
Character: Silly, happy-go-lucky, protective

Put together a Lab and Bulldog and you get this incredible cutey. These dogs keep that cute little chubby, puppy face into adulthood. These dogs can come in a variety of beautiful coat possibilities, but their hair will be relatively short.

These dogs will need wipe downs to clean any debris that could lead to bacteria buildup or infection. But on the personality side of things, these dogs are charming, affectionate brutes that thrive on family attention.

4. Goldador (Labrador Retriever x Golden Retriever)

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Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Golden Retriever
Height: 22 – 24 inches
Weight: 60 – 80 pounds
Coat Colors: Golden, yellow, brown, black
Character: Amiable, docile, playful

This breed weaves together two American favorites—the Lab and the Golden Retriever. It’s no surprise that this dog wins hearts with their award-winning personalities and friendly natures.

These dogs make ideal companions for a variety of lifestyles. They even make quite the pairing for a top-notch service or therapy dog.

5. Labradane (Labrador Retriever x Great Dane)

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Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Great Dane
Height: 24 – 30 inches
Weight: 100 – 180 pounds
Coat Colors: Harlequin, black, chocolate, yellow
Character: Affectionate, brave, energetic

The Labrador–Great Dane combination leads to this gorgeous specimen. The Labradane is a large-boned, captivating dog with a knack for guarding and caretaking. These dogs are very friendly, but approach new situations with caution and proper judgment.

Even though they are quite large, these dogs can make excellent companions for children. They tend to be playful and good-natured.

6. Labsky (Labrador Retriever x Husky)

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Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Husky
Height: 20 – 28 inches
Weight: 40 – 60 pounds
Coat Colors: Gray, red, chocolate, yellow, black, tri-color, bi-color
Character: Energetic, adventurous, brave

The Lab Husky mix gives you the adorable, spunky Labsky. If you’re up for a new adventure, these dogs will keep you on your toes. They need lots of space to be happy, so if you can’t support an active lifestyle in a city setting, these dogs will do best with a yard.

These dogs are typically very loving and family-oriented. Because of their exuberant energy, we recommend children ages 6 and older.

7. Sheprador (Labrador Retriever x German Shepherd)

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Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/German Shepherd
Height: 25 – 29 inches
Weight: 60 – 100 pounds
Coat Colors: Sable, brown and tan, black, chocolate, yellow
Character: Sharp, intelligent, affectionate

The breathtaking Sheprador is the product of mixing the Lab and German Shepherd. These dogs hold remarkable intelligence, making them ideal for advanced training. In fact, since they are so mentally stimulated, they need lots of things around to keep them busy.

These dogs typically take on the friendliness of a Lab combined with the Shepherd’s fierce bravery. They make terrific selections for watchdog duties, protecting those they love. This breed is a lover and a defender of his pack—and they will want to be with you wherever you go.

8. Pugador (Labrador Retriever x Pug)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Pug
Height: 15 – 17 inches
Weight: 25 – 45 pounds
Coat Colors: Fawn, yellow, chocolate, black
Character: Goofy, stranger-friendly, charming

The happy little Pugador is the outcome of the Lab and Pug crossing. These sweet little dogs are generally medium-sized with all sorts of snout lengths (and yes, they can have a completely smooshed snout, too).

These dogs tend to be very friendly and approachable. However, they are also incredibly loyal and devoted to their families. So, as long as everyone keeps their cool, this dog will be a happy one.

9. Pointador (Labrador Retriever x German Short-Haired Pointer)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/German Short-Haired Pointer
Height: 22 – 28 inches
Weight: 35 – 80 pounds
Coat Colors: Rust, yellow, chocolate, black
Character: Adventurous, energetic, task-oriented

The Pointador is a learner that is quick-witted and sharp. They tend to mature slowly, exploding with an abundance of energy. These dogs will need to burn off steam a lot in the first few years—so be prepared for long games of fetch, jogs, and other high-intensity activities.

These dogs also have a particular affinity for the outdoors. If you love hiking and other outdoor activities, these dogs will gladly accompany you on the trip. This breed may not work with smaller pets, but they seem to get along awesomely with kids over 6 years old.

10. Rottador (Labrador Retriever x Rottweiler)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Rottweiler
Height: 24 – 27 inches
Weight: 70 – 115 pounds
Coat Colors: Black and tan, black, yellow, chocolate
Character: Protective, brave, loyal

The Lab and Rottweiler mixture gives you a larger, intimidating-looking dog that is a goof at heart. The Rottador is a perfect mix of energy and chill. They love every moment spent playing, but they equally love their downtime.

These dogs can make awesome family additions, but they will benefit a ton from early socialization. As long as this dog learns proper manners, they are obedient, loving dogs with lots of kisses to give.

11. Labernard (Labrador Retriever x Saint Bernard)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Saint Bernard
Height: 25 – 32 inches
Weight: 80 – 150 pounds
Coat Colors: Tricolor, yellow, chocolate, white, black
Character: Determined, intelligent, devoted

The Labernard is the hybrid of the Lab and St. Bernard. As you can guess, this dog gets pretty big. So, unfortunately, we can’t recommend them for apartment dwellers. But they make awesome additions to homes where they have lots of space to run around.

This pairing generally creates pups who are strong-willed, playful, and incredibly connected to their family system.

12. Labratzu (Labrador Retriever x Shih Tzu)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Shih Tzu
Height: 15 – 20 inches
Weight: 18 – 30 pounds
Coat Colors: Black, white, liver, brindle, brown, yellow
Character: Lovable, peppy, easygoing

The Labrador Shih Tzu combo gives you this huggable scruffy face. These dogs can range quite a bit in just how big they get as adults—but you can expect it to fall somewhere in the middle of both parent breeds. Still quite small, the Labratzu steals the show with their humbleness and cuteness.

These dogs might fare okay in apartments, but they can be a little vocal. They do, however, work very well with kids and older adults.

13. Dachsador (Labrador Retriever x Dachshund)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Dachshund
Height: 15 – 25 inches
Weight: 30 – 40 pounds
Coat Colors: Cream, brown, black and tan, dapple, black
Character: Spirited, energetic, devoted

The Dachsador comes from crossing the Lab and Dachshund, otherwise known as a wiener dog. These short-legged, long-bodied cuties can vary in size and shape.

These dogs are often described as being stubborn but silly. They have an ornery streak, but they ultimately only want your love and acceptance.

14. Corgidor (Labrador Retriever x Corgi)

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Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Corgi
Height: 12 – 22 inches
Weight: 40 – 55 pounds
Coat Colors: Fawn, merle, chocolate, lemon, black
Character: Active, strong-willed, amiable

The Lab and Corgi mix—or Corgidor is a small-statured, sprightly little dog that loves to snoop. This pairing makes a very social dog who might be a little bossy from time to time—but it’s all in good fun.

These dogs are typically very family-friendly and get along great with other pets. Since both parent breeds are sometimes too intelligent for their own good, they are highly trainable with a love for new tasks.

15. Spanador (Labrador Retriever x American Cocker Spaniel)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/American Cocker Spaniel
Height: 18 – 22 inches
Weight: 22 – 50 pounds
Coat Colors: Liver, rust, yellow, golden, brown, black
Character: Laidback, good-natured, observant

The Spanador is a darling dog that is both attractive and full of personality. It takes on the floppy, velvety ears of the Spaniel parent while keeping the muscular body of the Lab. This dog is very playful, but they also enjoy tons of snuggles.

These dogs are perfect matches for growing families, older adults, and singles. They mesh with just about any stranger, child, or creature. But keep in mind, every dog is unique, and some may be more reserved than others.

16. Bullmasador (Labrador Retriever x Bull Mastiff)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Bull Mastiff
Height: 23 – 29 inches
Weight: 70 – 140 pounds
Coat Colors: Brown, black, tan, red chocolate
Character: Serious, protective, loyal

The Bullmasador takes on attractive traits from its parents—the Bull Mastiff and Lab. These dogs are usually very protective but decisive when they judge new people. But they are highly trainable, making a terrific watch or guard dog.

These dogs form intense bonds with owners and they take their roles in families seriously. However, because they are so large, they do best with older children. Especially when they are young, they might not exhibit body control during play.

17. Labrasetter (Labrador Retriever x Irish Setter)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Irish Setter
Height: 21 – 23 inches
Weight: 55 – 100 pounds
Coat Colors: Mahogany, chestnut, red, yellow, black, brown
Character: Relaxed, athletic, watchful

The Labrasetter combines two very family-friendly breeds. These dogs tend to be graceful and elegant, but they don’t mind romping around or getting dirty. Labrasetters are large breeds that have great discernment with strangers and situations.

This combo loves to see new things, so this will definitely be a dog to jump with excitement each time they hear your keys jingle.

18. Kelpador (Labrador Retriever x Australian Kelpie)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Australian Kelpie
Height: 18 – 23 inches
Weight: 40 – 70 pounds
Coat Colors: White, yellow, chocolate, black
Character: Playful, adventurous, excitable

The Kelpador creates an athletic dog thanks to its Lab and Kelpie parents. This breed will keep you on your toes, constantly ready for the next point of action. These dogs require constant mental stimulation and do best with a big yard to run around.

Both parent breeds are very high-energy and playful, so they make excellent companions to children that are roughly 6 years and older. They usually get along with other dogs but might chase smaller animals—even with proper socialization.

19. Alaskan Malador (Labrador Retriever x Alaskan Malamute)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Alaskan Malamute
Height: 21 – 23 inches
Weight: 50 – 70 pounds
Coat Colors: Sable, yellow, black, chocolate
Character: Serious, focused, lively

The Alaskan Malador—or just Malador, for short—is a wooly, medium-sized breed that is social and curious. They have thick double coats that shed in bulk—so be prepared to keep the lint roller and handheld vacuum nearby.

These dogs make heart-warming additions to many lifestyles. They prefer cold weather. So, if you live in a warm climate, always make sure to keep your Malador cool.

20. Laboundland (Labrador Retriever x Newfoundland)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Newfoundland
Height: 25 – 27 inches
Weight: 100 – 120 pounds
Coat Colors: Black, brown, yellow, cream
Character: Loving, companionable, loyal

The Lab and Newfoundland go together like peanut butter and jelly. These dogs have such admirable traits and the sweetest expressions. The calm nature of the Newfie balances the high energy of the Lab, creating a well-balanced, obedient dog.

These dogs are highly affectionate and connected with their human families. They get along well with many household pets and make great playmates for children.

21. Labrabull (Labrador Retriever x American Pit Bull Terrier)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/American Pit Bull Terrier
Height: 20 – 24 inches
Weight: 45 – 90 pounds
Coat Colors: Black, chocolate, fawn, yellow, brindle
Character: Lively, friendly, devoted

The Labrabull takes the American Pit Bull Terrier muscle and combines it with the agility of the Lab. This powerful duo makes a fun-loving, on-the-move dog that loves to explore the world.

These dogs tend to be very mild-tempered and make strong connections with owners. Because Pit Bulls and mixes aren’t permitted in some apartment complexes or housing, always check with your landlord for restriction concerns before committing.

22. Labrala (Labrador Retriever x Vizsla)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Vizsla
Height: 21 – 24 inches
Weight: 50 – 80 pounds
Coat Colors: Rust, yellow, fawn, chocolate, black
Character: Loyal, intuitive, gentle

The charming Labrala takes on such good traits from its Lab and Vizsla parents. These dogs are sleek and muscular, touting short shiny fur and adorably floppy ears. Even though they are larger, they tend to be very aware of their surroundings.

This dog is a gentle, kind dog with patience—making them ideal picks for children, even as a first dog. They love getting outside to fetch or just to run off some energy. Because of their need for exercise, they don’t do well with apartment living.

23. Labmaraner (Labrador Retriever x Weimaraner)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Weimaraner
Height: 21 – 24 inches
Weight: 60 – 100 pounds
Coat Colors: Gray, black, brown, yellow, blue
Character: Energetic, work-oriented, neurotic

Labmaraners are packed with energy, so they will definitely benefit from having a job to do. These dogs are best fit for people who have active lifestyles so they can burn off some steam. This breed can get nervous and develop bad behaviors if left for long periods with no stimulation.

Because of their large size and vitality, they work best with older children and aren’t the best recommendation for older adults. They might also exhibit a high prey drive, rendering them incompatible with smaller pets.

24. Springador (Labrador Retriever x Springer Spaniel)

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Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Springer Spaniel
Height: 18 – 24 inches
Weight: 50 – 90 pounds
Coat Colors: Liver, black, yellow, white
Character: Energetic, intelligent, loyal

The Springador combines two hunting dogs to make a total athlete. These dogs are incredibly trainable, alert, and intelligent. If you want a dog who will stay on task at every command, you might have just found your perfect mix.

These dogs can make decent family companions, but they can be a little high-strung for some. These dogs do best living somewhere they can stretch their legs.

25. Whipador (Labrador Retriever x Whippet)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Whippet
Height: 18 – 24 inches
Weight: 20 – 45 pounds
Coat Colors: Brindle, bi-color, brown, black, white
Character: Shy, relaxed, soft-hearted

The Whippet Lab mixture gives you a sweet, kind dog with lots of energy to burn. Even though Whippets are fast—traveling up to 30 miles per hour in one burst—these dogs really love lazing about. So, you can really find a good balance between physical activity and downtime.

These dogs are generally ideal for many lifestyles—including growing families and older adults. They learn obedience well and have a soft-soft for their owners and members of the household.

26. Wolfador ( Labrador Retriever x Gray Wolf)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Gray Wolf
Height: 25 – 28 inches
Weight: 55 – 100 pounds
Coat Colors: Gray, black, white, yellow, brown
Character: Skittish, pack-oriented, bonded

The stunning Wolfador is not for the faint of heart. These dogs come with the primal, fierce intelligence of their grey wolf parent, posing a complicated offspring that isn’t a traditional dog. However, the friendliness and even-tempered nature of the Lab bring a sweet element of tameness to this creature.

Looking for an agreeable temperament is paramount. These dogs will require lots of interaction with people and animals of all kinds.

27. Lab Pei (Labrador Retriever x Shar Pei)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Shar Pei
Height: 18 – 25 inches
Weight: 45 – 60 pounds
Coat Colors: Fawn, sable, yellow, brown, black
Character: Reserved, cautious, loyal

The adorable, wrinkly Lab Pei is the product of mixing the Lab and Shar Pei. While every puppy can take traits from its parents, this combo seems to even the puppies out. They carry the amiable nature of the Lab to cancel out the potential aggression of the Shar-Pei parent.

These dogs can be great protectors and usually have good judgment. However, we recommend the Lab Pei for older kids.

28. Labrakita (Labrador Retriever x Akita)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Akita
Height: 24 – 27 inches
Weight: 75 – 85 pounds
Coat Colors: Brown, red, gray, black
Character: Alert, faithful, focused

The Labrakita is a very confident dog that works well with protection duties. If you want to have a dog who will guard the door and listen to commands, they fit the bill. But their Akita side can make them somewhat stubborn, which can make training difficult.

These dogs work best in households with older, mature children. They love being on the go, making them perfect hiking or outdoor companions.

29. Rhodesian Labrador (Labrador Retriever x Rhodesian Ridgeback)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Rhodesian Ridgeback
Height: 25 – 27 inches
Weight: 70 – 80 pounds
Coat Colors: Fawn, red, white, brown, black
Character: Sensitive, ornery, independent

The Rhodesian Labrador is a combo of two beauties—the Lab and Rhodesian Ridgeback. These dogs are physically stunning, with athletic bodies and even coloring.

These dogs can be a challenge for novice dog owners because of their strong-willed nature. But people with previous dog experience can find the breed quite rewarding. Many puppies level out since they take on traits of both parents, but this breed is best for children 6 and older.

30. Schnauzador (Labrador Retriever x Schnauzer)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Schnauzer
Height: 12 – 20 inches
Weight: 30 – 45 pounds
Coat Colors: Black, gray, white, yellow, brown
Character: Spunky, upbeat, social

The sweet Schnauzador can take on a variety of heights depending on their Schnauzer parents. Schnauzers come in three sizes: miniature, standard and giant. So, when you purchase your puppy, you will have to check with the breeder to see what you’re working with.

These dogs tend to be very friendly—but brave and bossy. They can be a little dominant over same-sex pairings. However, they are terrific with children and older adults—fitting in with almost any living situation.

31. Pyrador (Labrador Retriever x Great Pyrenees)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Great Pyrenees
Height: 26 – 29 inches
Weight: 70 – 110 pounds
Coat Colors: White, tan, black, chocolate, yellow
Character: Gentle, relaxed, good-natured

The Pyrador is a lover at heart. These gentle giants have beautiful long coats that will require a lot of maintenance. Even though they are large, they tend to be very careful and gentle with humans.

These dogs are explorers at heart and absolutely love the great outdoors. Because of their inclination for nature, they do best in homes to come in and go out as they please. These dogs are excellent for any sized family—but not any size of living space.

32. Labraboel (Labrador Retriever x Boerboel)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Boerboel
Height: 23 – 28 inches
Weight: 100 – 130 pounds
Coat Colors: Fawn, brindle, black, chocolate, cream
Character: Brave, strong-willed, devoted

The lovely, brawny Labraboel combines the presence of the Boerboel with the friendliness of a Lab. They are sensational at watching out to make sure everyone is safe in your house. Because of this combination, they have excellent judgment and only act if it’s warranted.

These dogs can be kind to children—and many females will even act motherly toward them. They take pride in keeping the little ones safe. They are playful but lazy and reserved but interactive. The Labraboel might be incompatible in same-sex pairs.

33. Labloodhound (Labrador Retriever x Bloodhound)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Bloodhound
Height: 22 – 27 inches
Weight: 60 – 100 pounds
Coat Colors: Red, mahogany, yellow, black, brown, cream
Character: Laidback, easygoing, prey-driven

What do you get when you combine a top-notch sniffer with webbed toes? You get the Labloodhound. This dog has hunting roots so deep, you’ll never get them out. So don’t make the mistake of thinking they won’t always be sniffing and chasing potential ‘prey,’ even just during play.

These dogs are workers in the field, but they also love their human companions. Cuddly and affectionate, these dogs will lather you with love. This breed is best suited for country living.

34. Beagador (Labrador Retriever x Beagle)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Beagle
Height: 19 – 24 inches
Weight: 25 – 45 pounds
Coat Colors: Tricolor, black, chocolate, yellow, cream
Character: Friendly, laidback, gentle

Beagles and Labs both get tons of praise for being people-friendly, mild-tempered dogs with amiable personalities. So, it’s really no wonder this makes such a fabulous union. These dogs are small to medium-sized and will work well in plenty of homes.

This combo would make a terrific “first puppy” for the kids. However, they can make just as good of a fit for older adults or those who live in busy communities. Since they do have Beagle roots, they might howl a lot—so be mindful of this possibility.

35. Boxador (Labrador Retriever x Boxer)

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Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Boxer
Height: 21 – 25 inches
Weight: 55 – 60 pounds
Coat Colors: Mahogany, brindle, black, chocolate, tricolor
Character: Family-friendly, peppy, affectionate

The Boxador is a cheery companion animal that will keep you entertained. Both parent breeds have fun, goofy personalities that translate into this breed. They are generally inquisitive, happy-go-lucky, and free-spirited.

But we do have to mention that sometimes these dogs can show aggression if they aren’t socialized properly. Also, lack of stimulation might lead to unwanted destructive behaviors. These dogs are quite social and enjoy being around others at all times.

36. Afador (Labrador Retriever x Afghan Hound)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Afghan Hound
Height: 24 – 27 inches
Weight: 50 – 70 pounds
Coat Colors: Black, red, cream, chocolate, yellow
Character: Aloof, silly, curious

The Afador is an exciting dog with various genetics at play. These dogs can have shorter hair, like the Lab parent, or long-flowing Afghan hair. These dogs are a bit shorter and stockier than the Afghan parent but are still graceful in their stride.

These dogs form close bonds with people in their immediate family. They can be accepting of newcomers once they become familiar—but they are generally standoffish with strangers until they get to know them.

37. Cavador (Labrador Retriever x Cavalier King Charles Spaniel)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
Height: 18 – 22 inches
Weight: 22 – 45 pounds
Coat Colors: Tricolor, bicolor, rust, black and tan, black, chocolate, cream
Character: Laidback, peppy, agreeable

The sweet little Cavador is a medium-sized hybrid with kind eyes and floppy ears. Both parents have quite a reputation for being softies, and their offspring are no different. These sweethearts are mild, loving, and quite playful, too.

These dogs can work well for apartment living, permitting they meet the weight requirements as adults. They also make great matches for small kids and retirees alike.

38. Boston Lab (Labrador Retriever x Boston Terrier)

Hybrid: Labrador Retriever/Boston Terrier
Height: 13 – 17 inches
Weight: 17 – 20 pounds
Coat Colors: Black and white, black, merle, chocolate, yellow
Character: Bold, affectionate, attached

The Boston Lab is a chipper companion animal with wonderful personalities. These dogs are typically a smaller size, fitting somewhere between both parent breeds. They are perfect companion animals but might wag a tail at a robber rather than sound the attack.

Both parent breeds are amiable, but Boston Terriers can be a little bossy sometimes. The Lab half does a good job balancing these traits, but some might still be a little fiery from time to time—but usually, it’s all in good fun.


Final Thoughts

How many of these incredible Lab mixes did you write down for additional research? There sure are a lot to choose from. Labs lend a ton of personality and energy into the mix, leveling many dominant or finicky traits in other parent breeds.

If you love any of these dogs, you might be in luck. Lots of shelters have many lab mixes that need homes forever. It wouldn’t hurt to search if you would be willing to adopt instead of buying a pup from a breeder.

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