They have a have a more diverse gene pool.
Because of their diverse genes they are less likely to get sick.
Save money on vet bills. Also many are available for adoption.
A hybrid dog is the result of the controlled mixed breeding of two pure breed dogs. This is generally done to create a dog with ‘desirable’ attributes, such as; hypoallergenic coat and high intelligence.
The number refers to the generation. The ‘b’ means the dog has been back bred. Back and cross breeding are likely to remove weak genes, making the dog healthier.
Cross breed dogs have less genetic health issues. This is because different breeds have different genes. For a gene to be passed on to a puppy both parents must possess the gene.