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No longer the sheepish scamp, Mutts are now magnificent

After decades of being the odd dog out, the mutt is losing its reputation as social outcast. Animal welfare organizations everywhere show that the attitude has shifted for families, who are now more willing to adopt a blend or mixed breed than ever before.


While some may insist that people will choose purebred puppies if given a choice, others say Americans have fully embraced the mutt, and are unlikely to go back to their old notions. Cheers to groups like the American Mutt-i-gree Club for their contribution to changing the way we celebrate dogs.

I, for one, am very happy with my mutt Cleo. As you can see from this photo, like the best coffee, she is the perfect blend. And I am hooked.

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