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It’s true that Labrador Retriever is the most popular dog breed in the western world. However, there exists a myriad of adorable Labrador mixes that even westerners don’t know about. It’s because we pour all of our hearts into purebred labs and often ignore the awesome variety of Labrador mixes. 

Official names don’t exist for Labrador mixes. The names that are assigned to Labrador mixes are often a cross between its two parent breeds. We’d like to give our vote of confidence to the Aussiedor Labrador mix for being the most adorable and one of the rarest mixed dog breeds. Other lab mixes namely Bullador and Labrakita are worth the praise as well.

46. Wolfador

Woflador is an outcome of a cross between a Labrador Retriever and a Grey Wolf. These lab mixes are illegal to create in the first place and their ownership is a federal offense.

This is pretty obvious given the fact that wolves aren’t ideal for domestication and the same holds true for Wolfador lab mixes.

So, Wolfadors are on our list because they’re fascinating in looks and nature. It’s totally not because we want you to own them.

45. Springador

Springador is what you get from a cross between a Labrador Retriever and a Springer Spaniel. This cute-looking mongrel is all about having fun with affability being its strong suit.

We’d suggest you go for a Springador lab mix only if you have got a yard to yourself where your bongo can have fun. Taking your lab to a nearby park for daily walks will also do the job. 

Springadors are very energetic, so if you’re looking for a cuddle buddy, look for someone else.

44. Whipador

A spoonful of Labrador Retriever and a spoonful of Whippet gets you a Whipador. They have that adorable look making you want to love them a lot.

A perfect labrador mix for a family would be a Whipador. It’s because of their tendency to be nice to adults as well as children.

Whipadors, although full of energy, love to snuggle with their owners once in a while. They’re always looking for new people to befriend.

43. Labmaraner

Labmaraner is a Weimaraner wedded to Labrador Retriever. They look a lot like Weimaraners but the differences are there.

A Labmaraner is often seen as a designer version of Weimaraner. It’s because they look truly amazing!

Social, intelligent, and playful and the words that best describe a Labmaraner. This Labrador Mix enjoys the company of an active family. Engaging them in varied pet activities, giving them ample time is what keeps a Labmaraner happy.

42. Labrala

There’s a lot common between Vizslas and Labrador Retrievers. That’s why Labralas look identical by looks and nature with both of their parent breeds.

Labrala is a perfect Lab Mix for pet owners having a lot of time at their hands to spend with their pets. 

Labralas love their owners deeply. They’re very sensitive so keeping them home alone is not a good idea. We’d recommend taking them on daily walks for easy management.

41. Labratzu

A Labratzu is what you get when you inter-breed a tiny dog breed i.e. Shih Tzu with a large dog breed i.e. Labrador Retriever. 

The cross itself may seem experimental but the results are breathtaking. A Labratzu is a unique combination of an extroverted Lab and a less-moody Shih Tzu. That’s this tiny mutt brings out the best of both parent breeds.

A Labratzu does well with children, and won’t make a poor choice for a family dog.

40. Labernard

A pinch of Labrador Retriever added to Saint Bernard gives us this cute, little, adorable mixed dog combo aka Labernard. With the miniature size and adorable demeanor, they can easily make any pet lover fall for them. 

They’re suitable for families with kids because these pups mingle well with children. 

Being part Labs, Labernards tend to get bulky as they grow into adults. That’s why regular exercise is needed to keep them in shape. They’re well-known for being intelligent as well.

39. Rottador

The goodness of Labrador Retriever added to Rottweiler gives this awesome lab mix we call Rottador. Their black-and-tan coat coloration makes them extremely lovable. 

Rottador is a lab mix that gives you the easygoing and full-filled nature of purebred Labs added with the affection of Rottweilers. 

They’ll make perfect canine friends with pet owners who actually want to spend time with their pets. Rottadors just aren’t meant to be left alone at your home while you’re at work.

38. Pointador

Pointadors are meant for people who like to take along a canine friend when heading out for hunting endeavors.

SInce Pointers originally belong to the category of hunting dogs, Pointadors retrieve their trait of love for hunting.

Pointadors can be owned as regular pets as well. You just have to make sure that you engage them in a lot of fun activities. They’re very energetic and tend to get bored easily if there’s nothing to do.

37. Pugador

Pugador is a lab mix of two purebred dog breeds namely Labrador Retriever and Pug. 

Both of the original dog breeds being very affectionate, the owner of a Pugador should be willing to get loved with doubled-up intensity.

Pugadors should be taken on walks regularly in order to keep the weight under control. Pugs don’t do well when it comes to swimming and the same stands true for Pugadors. Energy-wise, Pugadors are neither too lazy nor too active.

36. Labradoodle

Labradoodle lab mixes are hairy, little cuties that you’d love to hang around with. The Lab Retriever and Poodle blend makes sure that the purpose of this fusion gets fulfilled.

There’s little to no coat shedding when it comes to Labradoodles. The friendly and affectionate nature of Labs makes them get along pretty well with people.

The purebred Poodles possess hypoallergenic coats and the same feature comes to light in Labradoodle lab mix as well.

35. Labrabull

Labrabull is a fascinating creature that results from a cross between dog breeds, Labrador Retriever and Pit Bull. 

Both the parent breeds of Labrabull lab mix are very people-friendly and affectionate in nature. That’s why this mutt retains these features as well.

You need to know that Labrabulls shouldn’t be allowed to get bored. They tend to get naughty when bored. Also, they can suffer from separation anxiety if left alone for too long.

34. Laboundland

Laboundland is a peace-loving lab mix that we get from a cross between Labrador Retriever dog breed and Newfoundland dog breed. 

We get to witness a pitch-black canine that loves to be around people, since both the parent breeds of Laboundland share this trait.

We’d highly recommended Laboundlands for families with kids. These bongos blend well with kids and like to have fun together. Though, remember to take your buddy on daily walks.

33. Malador

Purebred Labradors are as easygoing and low-maintenance as they come and the same holds true for purebred Alaskan Malamutes. That’s why Malador is considered one of the most low-maintenance dog hybrids you’ll ever come across.

Maladors are energy-rich, and thus always ready to have fun no matter how bad the weather goes. Except in extremely hot climates, they’re up for anything whether it’s snowing or raining.

Loyal and Affectionate are the words that best describe the nature of a Malador.

32. Kelpador

Kelpador is a rare mutt that you can’t get your hands on easily especially in the States. When all the good bits of Labs and Australian Kelpies fuse together, this intelligent creature is what you get.

You need to make sure that you keep our Kelpador busy doing things, otherwise, they’re well-versed with finding activities to do on their own.

Kepadors are a great choice for pet lovers who’re interested in keeping themselves busy by engaging in pet activities.

31. Labrasetter

Labrasetter is one of the rarest lab mixes you’ll find around in your locality. It’s due to the fact that there exist only a few Irish Setter lab mixes that have been done. 

You should expect a Labrasetter to be as easy going and affectionate as a Labrador Retriever, and as adorable and good-looking as an Irish Setter. 

Labrasetter is a kind of bongo you would want to have fun with, not sit at home all day.

30. Labsky

Labsky is not everyone’s cup of tea owing to the fact they’ve two different colored eyes. It’s not a universal trait but if you’re looking for one, you can own it.

Depending upon the traits of parent breeds i.e. Labrador Retriever and Siberian Husky, Labsky can get affectionate, people-loving, and sensitive.

Although, some Labsky labrador mixes can end up being brats who always want to have fun in the yard. They’re excellent as running companions.

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29. Labradane

When it comes to lab mixes, Labradanes are the biggest they can get. You should know that you’re signing up for a Great Dane dog breed sized Labrador Retriever.

Labradanes make a suitable choice for pet owners who want their lab mixes to have fun, more often than a regular lab.

By looks, Labradanes look humongous but they’re playful, affectionate, and loyal creatures. Just make sure you’re all set to own the largest lab pooch there exists.

28. Goldador

Goldador is an ideally characterized lab mix, thanks to the combo of Labrador Retriever and Golden Retriever.

For novice pet owners looking for a well-behaved pooch, Goldador is as good as it can get. They’re smart, people-loving, playful, and loyal bongos that love a bit of fun and a bit of cuddling.

You should make sure that your Goldador gets regular exercise so as to manage weight. Also, be prepared to deal with shed hair if you’re bringing one home.

27. Sheprador

You can train a Sheprador like no other lab, owing to its German Shepherd genes. This is a kind of labrador mix that needs to be trained smartly before you think of having fun together.

A family that’s intensely involved with pets will cherish the presence of a Sheprador around. You should always give them something to learn or play with. 

Though do remember that Shepradors need a lot of exercises to stay fit and they shed hair profusely throughout the house.

26. Afador

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Afador is an exotic creature you get from a cross between Labrador Retriever and Afghan Hound. 

Afadors are very rare because we scarcely see a lab mix of an Afghan Hound. These are tall, athletic, and high-energy bongos that love to have fun.

Unlike Labradors, Afadors aren’t that friendly with people and often tend to show unresponsiveness. They do well as family pets but are not recommended for novice pet owners.

25. Dachsador

The purebred Dachshunds look gorgeous, and Dachsador takes those gorgeous looks up a notch, thanks to the labrador genes.

There aren’t many Labrador Retrievers and Dachshund lab mixes available out there. So, you’ll need to keep your fingers crossed while looking for one.

Dachshunds are infamous for having trouble with potty training and we’re hopeful that those straightened-out Labrador Retriever genes would fix the issue. Overall, Dachsadors make dependable pets for the right owners.

24. Dalmador

Dalmador is a high-energy mutt you get when you mix Dalmatian genes with Lab genes. Don’t let Labrador Retriever genes fool you because this pooch is not sedentary at all.

Being a Dalmatian mixed dog breed, Dalmadors possess polka-dotted coats that’ll definitely make your jaw drop in awe. They’re available in a huge variety of color patterns, so you’re free to choose the one you like.

Dalmadors are runners by nature! Owning a Dalmador clearly means you’re signing up for daily marathons.

23. Doberdor

The parent breeds of Doberdors, Labrador Retriever and Doberman are both well-known for being very affectionate and loyal to their owners. That’s why we expect this lab mix to be twice the same.

Doberdors are intelligent fellows which make training them a lot easier than it would a regular lab. This trait makes Doberdors ideal pets for novice pet owners. 

Another thing you should remember is that Doberdors tend to get protective of their owners and will try hard to prove their loyalty.

22. Corgidor

Corgis are rabbit-eared beauties that harbor the personality of a celebrity. So, mixing those charming genes with the genes of a pure-hearted Labrador Retriever gives us a perfect pet.

Corgidors being awesome in looks and outright impressive personalities make ideal pets for individual pet owners as well as families.

As you can guess, Corgidors make loyal, affectionate, and people-loving pets. Though you need to know that Corgidor lab mixes may vary in traits depending upon the parent breeds used.

21. Spanador

Labrador Retriever and Cocker Spaniel have always been people’s favorite dog breeds. With the goodness of the two most popular dog breeds in the world, Spanador is at par in traits with its parent breeds. 

As expected, Spanadors make good pets for families. They’re excellent at making connections with their owners. 

Due to the playful nature of Spanador along with other desirable qualities, it’s becoming one the most sought out lab mixes in the States.

20. Bullmasador

Bullmastiffs traditionally belong to the clan of guarding dogs. Adding the genes of pure-hearted Labradors to Bullmastiffs, we get a mixed pickle, i.e. Bullmasador.

Bullmasador lab mix manages to retain the good bits of labs such as loyalty, affection, and fun-loving nature. However, being part Bullmastiff, they may tend to be unresponsive towards strangers.

Before getting yourself a Bullmasador, make sure you’re all set to deal with shed hair and drool all over your place.

19. Beagador

These cute, little, cursorial bongos are exceptionally well-cooked lab mixes. The cuteness and adventurous nature of Beagle and pure love of Labrador Retriever is all you can ask for in a lab mix.

Beagador is a perfect lab mix for kids to have fun with. They’ll be your child’s second shadow and love your kids deeply.

Training a Beagador can be tricky at times and heavy coat shedding is something that could be an issue for some pet owners.

18. Borador

Borador is one of the most favorable lab mixes for individual pet owners and families. Labrador Retriever traits show their magic and perfectly complement Border collie traits.

Owning a Borador means you’ve enough time to keep them engaged most of the time. It’s because they’re very energetic and can get mischievous when bored.

As expected from Labrador mixes, Boradors are overall cute, intelligent, affectionate, and fun-loving fellas you can hang out with.

17. Labraheeler

Labraheeler is what you call a dog mix between Labrador Retriever and Australian Cattle Dog. Depending on the lab mix, they can come in multiple colors such as blue, white, brindle, and black.

You should think of getting a Labraheeler only if you have a giant yard where your bongo can play around and do the chores. It’s because they’re energy beasts and can’t be confined to a small place.

Labraheelers are not the type to be left home alone while you’re at your office, and thus make good pets only for active households.

16. Lab Pei

Lab Pei is the yield of a lab mix between Labrador Retriever and Chinese Shar-Pei. They retain the astonishingly adorable looks of Shar-Pei, and are cherished as pets by families with kids.

Although a Lab Pei may try to ward-off strangers by barking, they’re not aggressive at all. In fact, they’re sociable, loyal, and affectionate like Labradors.

Lab Pei is a heavy shedder and grooming twice a week is recommended. They make ideal pets for novice pet owners because they are easy to train.

15. Labrador Corso

Labrador Corso manages to retain the good bits of Cane Corso also known as Italian Mastiff and Labrador Retriever. 

The weight of Labrador Corsos can range from 55 to 100 lbs with 28 inches of height. So, having a large-sized house and yard is mandatory for pet lovers willing to own one.

Labrador Corso breed is very smart, and thus easily trainable. However, the owners need to stand their ground with this breed because they can get dominating.

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14. Pyrador

The combo of Protective Guardian i.e. Great Pyrenees dog breed and Hunting Champ i.e. Labrador Retriever yields a Pyrador.

Pyrador makes an exceptionally well-charactered dog breed housing features like loyalty, protectiveness, vigilance, and playfulness. 

They may look gigantic in size but inside Pyradors harbor no aggression, and can double up as teddy bears at times. With obedience training, you can teach them a skill set that comes in handy, especially train them as professional guard dogs.

13. Labloodhound

Retaining the strong sense of smell from Bloodhounds and the pettable nature of Labrador Retrievers, Labloodhound is a feature-rich lab mix. They mostly retain the body of a Lab and strong suits of a Bloodhound.

Labloodhounds make excellent hunting dogs. They may seem scaringly large to some, but they’re very sociable and people-pleasing personalities.

With that being said, Labloodhounds cannot be left alone for longer periods. They make perfect pets for large families with an outdoors-oriented lifestyle.

12. Labrasenji

Labrasenji retains the playful nature of Labrador Retrievers and the calmness of Basenjis. These labrador mixed breeds are medium-sized furry friends that harbor short yet dense fur coats coming in typical labrador color patterns.

They’re known for being slow learners, so you’ll need to train them harder than a usual dog breed. Although Labrasenjis are sociable, they don’t like a dictatorship and tend to love their independence. 

Labrasenjis are good to go when it comes to families with kids, however, extra vigilance is required.

11. Chabrador

The combo of two jewels of different ancestry, Labrador Retriever and Chow Chow, brings us Chabrador lab mix. The facial folds and neck ruff of Chow Chows makes this breed a sight to watch.

Chabrador is an ideal lab mix for individual pet owners and families without kids. They need moderate exercise everyday to stay fit. 

One more thing you need to know is that Chabradors have dense double coats that shed constantly, so regular grooming will be necessary with this one.

10. Labrahuahua

Making a blend of Chihuahua and Labrador Retriever is like joining two opposite poles, but the combo seems to work in Labrahuahua.

The size of Labrahuahua can vary a lot ranging from Miniature Chihuahua’s size to large Labrador Retriever’s size. However, the most common outcome is a medium-sized bongo.

Labrahuahuas tend to retain the facial features of Chihuahua and the musculature of a Lab. You’ll find them as playful and loyal as a lab. This combo makes for an excellent watchdog.

9. Chesador

Chesador is a lab mix combo where the Retriever genes of Chesapeake Bay Retrievers and Labrador Retrievers reunite. 

The only difference between the two parent breeds is their coat colors. That’s why we get to see Chesadors with coat colors retained from either of the two parents.

Chesador lab mix is a mixed dog breed of doggies that possess resilient, dense coats with excellent waterproofing. They’re naturally intelligent, loyal, and affectionate as Retrievers should be.

8. Labahoula

The spotted leopard-like color pattern of Louisiana Catahoula and the loyalty and affection of Labrador Retriever mix up to give us this amazing Labahoula mixed dog breed.

With the temperament of Labradors and the physical features like coat color pattern, eye colors, etc. of Catahoula, Labahoula is deemed as a desirable family dog breed. 

Labahoula being power-packed with energy requires a good deal of space to play around, thus not an ideal choice for apartment dwellers.

7. Lab-Aire

Lab-Aire is simply a fabulous family dog breed that impresses us with the deep compassion of Airedale Terrier and the social traits of Labrador Retrievers.

The body size of Lab Aires tends to range between medium and large sizes. The Terrier genes make them a bit bulkier than a typical Lab weighs.

Lab Aires is able to bond readily with kids and can handle a bit of rough and tough play. However, do remember to groom them regularly, or they’ll keep shedding throughout the day.

6. Cavador

Both Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and Labrador Retriever dog breeds boast similar personalities and physical features. That’s why Cavadors are most commonly seen as trimmed down variants of Retrievers.

Cavadors make good pets for kids, in fact, they enjoy the company of kids. Also, they are neither too miniature nor too gigantic in size which makes them ideal for playing with kids.

You should expect Cavador lab mix to be a calmer personality like a Spaniel in comparison to purebred labs.

5. Boxador

Boxers are naturally courageous personalities and the sociable characters of Labrador Retrievers make Boxdor an excellent lab mix desirable as a household pet. 

Other than courageous nature, the Boxer traits of Boxadors equips them with a sturdy build and resilient fur making them well-suited for their role as guard dogs.

Both the parent dog breeds of Boxador lab mix are energy houses. That’s why a large yard is required for the exercise and regular upkeep of Boxadors.

4. Labany

Brittany Spaniel’s power of paying attention along with their acrobatic body, and Labrador Retriever’s faithfulness and affection makes for one excellent lab mix we call Labany. 

All Labanys want to do is have fun with their owners. Owing to Brittany Spaniel’s genes, Labanys thrive in any situation whether you keep them in apartments, suburbs, or farms.

Though always remember to take your Labany lab mix on regular walks so as to keep your four-legged friend healthy.

3. Labrakita

Labrakita is a peculiar lab mix as it’s a combo of two polar opposite dog breeds, i.e. Labrador Retriever and Akita.

While Labrador Retriever is known for being a lovable, fun-loving personality, Akita is a dog breed that’s about competence and quietness. So, we can say Labrakita lab mix is a mixed bag of pickles.

Labrakitas are naturally protective meaning you’ll need to put in a lot of effort during their training. Therefore, a suitable choice for experienced pet owners.

2. Bullador

Bullador is a lab mix that gets you trimmed down and pleasant looking forms of Labrador Retrievers. Thanks to English Bulldog traits, they look as cute as lab mixes can get.

Both the parent dog breeds of Bulladors are excellent in a number of skills which makes them an ideal choice for families, individual pet owners, hunters, and farmers.

Some Bullador lab mixes tend to be excellent cuddle buddies. They’ll love you more than anything and would want to spend time with you.

1. Aussiedor

The overly athletic Aussiedor is what you get from a combo of two energetic purebred dog breeds namely Labrador Retriever and Australian Shepherd.

So, before adding an Aussiedor to your crew, make sure you have a yard of your own and plenty of time at your disposal. 

Aussiedors are adorable by looks and come in multiple color patterns that you can choose one from. They’re smart, easygoing, and playful bongos with large bodies and hanging ears.

Related Questions

Are Lab Mix Good Dogs? Yes, Lab Mixes are indeed good dogs. Lab mixes are Labrador Retrievers crossed with desirable dog breeds. It makes it possible for you to own a bongo with features that are the best of both worlds. However, choosing a desirable lab mix based on your needs is highly recommended.

What Is The Largest Breed Of Labrador? Great Dane Lab Mix, also known as Labradane, is the largest breed of Labrador. It’s a mixed dog breed of the Labrador Retriever and the Great Dane. They look humongous in size but have a zeal and zest for being loyal, affectionate, and having fun with their owners.

Are English Or American Labs Better? It’s a common consensus of all the dog breeders that British labrador mixes tend to be calmer, quieter, and less active as compared to American Lab mixes. The latter is often characterized as being more playful and energetic. So, it’s not about being better or worse, it’s all about the pet owner’s preferences.

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