A mixed-breed pet dog, also called a pooch, mongrel, tyke, cur, bitzer, feist or random-bred canine, is a dog that has characteristics of two or even more types of types, or is a descendant of feral or pariah pet dog populaces.
This term, along with the term pure-bred pet stems from an essential misconception of the genes as well as misinterpretation of Darwinian concept, and need to be checked out with the same scepticism as we watch the idea of pure races in human populaces.
The term cross-breed refers to puppies generated by the reproducing technique of reproducing known canines of two various pure-bred pet breeds for some details reason.
The term pooch generally refers to a pet of unidentified descent. Dogs interbreed easily, except where extreme variations in size exist, so mixed-breed dogs differ in dimension, shape, and colour, making them hard to classify literally.