Metsis are dogs of mixed breed, orhalf-breeds. Such dogs are smart, friendly, have excellent health. They have a mixture of the qualities of purebred dogs. When there is a mixing of the parents' mestizo genes, then in one animal a combination of four breeds is obtained. What character traits puppies will have, one can only guess.
Some people think that mestizos are the best dogs.This is confirmed. Now there are many unscrupulous breeders who have perpetuated some genetic deficiencies in some well-known breeds of dogs.
Note that miniature dogs, for example,such as the Chihuahua, despite their fairly large popularity, have some limitations in reproduction: if they mate with some other breed, then usually these dogs can not tolerate large puppies.
Pros and cons of such dogs
As a rule, mestizos are healthy dogs, soas they do not inherit genetic diseases, like many thoroughbred dogs. Of course, one can not say with certainty that such an animal will have excellent health. Metsis, like other dogs, can get sick.
Another obscurity of half-breeds is the future appearance andthe size. If you take such a dog to yourself, then it's impossible to guess how it will be in six months or a year. Even if both parents know you, it's not clear who this puppy will look like in the future. One way to guess the size of the dog is to look at the puppy's paws. If they are large, then the dog will grow large.
The nature of the Métis
Learn the nature of dogs that grow out of suchcreatures, like mestizo puppies, are very difficult. Although this factor is very important for the elderly, as well as for families where there are children. If you take into your mestizo home, it is important to understand what kind of behavior it will have in your home. Be sure to find out how the former owners of your dog treated him. Very often the past plays a more significant role in their behavior than genes. Métis of dwarf dogs, such as the toy terrier, tend to bite children. In addition, these crumbs should not be kept in the family with the kids, since they are too fragile.
A shepherd's metis with a shepherd's dog, such as a collie, may have a difficult character, and it will be difficult to communicate with it.
Now you understand who the mestizos are. These are interesting dogs with an unpredictable character. When choosing such a dog, be very careful.