The Afador is a mongrel dog, a cross between the Afghan Hound and Labrador Retriever breeds. Loyal, energetic and affectionate, these puppies inherit some of the best qualities of their two parents. Afghans are also sometimes referred to as Labrador Afghans. You can find these mixed breed dogs at breed-specific shelters and rescues, so remember to always adopt. Afadors make excellent companion animals, although they get along best with older children and experienced dog owners who can give the breed the training and attention it requires. Affadors also make good watchdogs and are attentive to strangers. This mixed breed is very energetic and athletic, so it is preferable that they have access to a safe outdoor space.


Affadors are mixed breed dogs. They are not pure breeds like their parents the Afghan Hound or the Labrador Retriever. The most common colors of the Afador are black, brown, grey, red and fawn. Shedding will undoubtedly occur. A lot of grooming is required to keep the breed’s coat in good condition; consider twice weekly brushing to be the minimum. The Afador does much better in cold climates than in warm ones. Still, equip your Afador with a suitable winter coat if temperatures drop too low. As an athletic mixed breed, the Aphador will love to play fetch and play fetch in a safe off-leash environment. If you have a fenced yard, keep in mind that this is a dog that can easily jump a six-foot fence, so plan accordingly. Because of the intelligence and stubbornness of this breed, you will want to make sure that both the dog and your children are properly trained to be together from day one.


The Afador is considered a rare mixed breed. They are native to Alaska. As for the Afador’s parental heritage, the Afghan Hound is estimated to be one of the oldest breeds in the world. On the Labrador Retriever side, the breed has earned a reputation as a great guide and working dog. It is also one of the most popular dog breeds in the United States of America. The Aphador has become known as a designer dog breed, but many of them, unfortunately, end up in shelters. So consider contacting local rescue groups and shelters if you are thinking of adding the Afador to your home.

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Dog Breed Group: Mixed Breed Dogs
Height: 20 to 29 inches
Weight: 50 to 75 pounds
Life Span: 10 to 12 years

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