I’ve heard that “good” breeders would never breed, say a corgi and a husky, because it is unethical. Why is that? If purebred dogs have health problems attached to their breed, inter-breeding would solve some of these problems, would they not? Why is it unethical to mix two specific breeds, when it is not unethical to selectively breed purebreds, and thus perpetuate (if not worsen) their health problems. And, is the breeding of a mule, by crossing a horse and a donkey, equally as unethical in the mind of a dog breeder?
Answer by Sisyphus
QUALITY purebreds DON’T “have health problems”=that’s a LIE,only used by mutt-making crooks & the nitwits they SCAM!
Making useless MUTTS only makes more useless UNWANTED crap for others to kill.
Mules are HYBRIDS…USEFUL hybrids….NOT mongrel horses.