Established in 1969 the American Canine Hybrid Club recognizes all hybrids produced from purebred ancestry, preferably registered with a recognized registration service. A hybrid dog is a mix between two or more purebred dogs (usually two). If you have a photo of one of these mixes, send it in!
Please Note: A hybrid dog is not a BREED, it is a hybrid, which means it is a mix of more than one purebred dog who's background is known (you know what the parents of the dog were).
Just like a purebred club, the purpose of the ACHC is to keep track of parentage and ancestry of these hybrid dogs. If you buy an ACHC-registered dog, you will know exactly what breeds are in your dog.