Have hybrid names gone a bit out of control?

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Or am I being a pretentious ass?? Spurred by an ad I saw for a Cockapoo crossed with an lhasa Apso, crowned as a "Cockapsopoo".. What?! Would you actually introduce your dog's breed as that to people?
I've seen a few like this too! Why is this suddenly a trendy thing that people do? action movies free
When I tell people Rosie is an ESS x Poodle and they come out with all sort of names like Sproodle, Springerpoodle, Springerpoo, Springerdoodle... which just makes me cringe for some reason! I need to lighten up! la la la lyrics and 24k magic lyrics
 
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I have some Shih Tzu x Maltese and usually always refer to them as that cross even though their "name" would be Malshi which is not too bad. My youngest dog is a cross between a purebred Golden Retriever mother and the father is a Poodle with a bit of Australian Shepherd in its background. She is blue merle coloring so cannot call her a Golden Doodle so have to explain all the time what she is. Finally end up calling her my Golden Aussie Doodle even though the Aussie is way back but the Poodle father was a merle and white coloring and they also bred Aussies so know that is where the coloring came from.

 
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