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Siberian Husky Mixes: Meet 27 Wonderful Crossbreeds

Siberian Husky Mixes: Meet 27 Wonderful Crossbreeds

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Siberian Huskies are one of the most popular breeds in the world, and one of the prettiest, if we may add. Huskies have the prettiest eye colors, especially blue eyes, in which you can get lost.

They have a rich and beautiful coat that awakens the need for people to pet them.

But, besides beauty, their intelligence is worth admiration. These dogs are willing to learn anything, and they don’t take a long time to learn it. They are working dogs that always need to do something.

They are known as sled dogs. A lot of Huskies appear in various movies, and usually, they are portrayed as courageous sled dogs.

Mental and physical stimulation is very important for these dogs. Besides being so hard-working, they are huge goofballs. They love to play and spend time with their owners. We can say that this is the full package of beauty and brains.

Now, imagine combining all these traits with the traits of another dog. If you have any other dog that is your favorite besides a Husky, there is a possibility that there is a mix and that it might just be your future dog.

In this article, we will present to you many beautiful Siberian Husky mixes that will for sure steal your heart.

26 Most Popular And Adorable Siberian Husky Mixes

Since Siberian Huskies are popular dogs, there are a lot of mixes. Some are also mixed with other popular dogs while others might be either a shock or a bit rarer.

All in all, every breed from this list is amazing, and they have traits that are characteristic to them.

We sure hope that one of them will end up being your future family dog. We can’t decide which one of them is our favorite, but if your eye gets stuck on one of them, we would love it if you tell us which one it is.

We just want to make clear that if you ever read the term ‘designer breed’, it is just another term that represents mixed breeds.
Now, we can start with the list. Buckle up because this is going to be a ride.

1. Gerberian Shepsky

gerberian shepsky

Photo from: @foxtheshepsky

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and German Shepherd

When you see the parents of this breed, you can be 100% sure that you will be getting an amazing dog. Since both parents are working dogs that are beyond intelligent and loyal, a Gerberian Shepsky will for sure have all those qualities.

These dogs have high energy, so a small apartment is a big no for them. They need a house with a big yard so they can have space to run around and play whenever they feel like it. A small apartment can make them feel uncomfortable.

If they aren’t exercised enough, and aren’t mentally stimulated, they can become a bit destructive. You need to be a pack leader since they can be stubborn if they don’t have respect for you.

If they don’t see you as a leader, they won’t behave nicely.

They are medium dogs that can grow to be 20 to 25 inches tall, and weigh 45 to 88 pounds. They have a thick coat that can come in brown, black, gray, white, cream, red, and blue color. It is usually a mix of a couple of colors, but almost never solid.

Since both the Siberian Husky and the German Shepherd shed, this dog is also a shedder, so they are not recommended for people who have allergies.

2. Pitsky

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Photo from: @hooverthepitbullhusky

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky And Pitbull

This crossbreed might be a bit strange to some, but for people that love both breeds, it is a jackpot. They are the perfect balance between these two breeds.

They are a super high-energy-level breed, and aren’t recommended for people who haven’t had a dog before.

They have a lot of skills such as guarding, racing, hunting, and sledding. They are suited for people who have an active lifestyle and love to spend a lot of time with their dogs.

They get along with other animals, but it is important to start early socialization.

They are loyal to their owner, and have moments when they love to just lounge around and cuddle with all the people they love. They are medium to large breeds that grow 16 to 25 inches in height, and can weigh from 30 to 80 pounds.

When it comes to their general look, they mostly resemble any of the different types of Pitbulls with different colors. The color combination is unusual for both parent breeds, but it makes the most amazing patterns.

A Pitbull with blue eyes is very rare, but with the combined genetics, you can end up with a dog that looks like a Pitbull, has amazing patterns on its coat, and has light blue eyes.

3. Alusky

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Photo from: @ansathedirewol

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and Alaskan Malamute

A lot of people tend to confuse these two breeds since they do look similar, but Alaskan Malamutes are bigger, and they have a thicker coat. If you were ever in a dilemma between these two breeds, the Alusky might be the perfect dog for you.

They look just like both of their parents, but with a slightly thicker coat than a Husky, and a sparser coat than a Malamute.

They sometimes look like a bit of a chubbier Husky. They are the perfect middle when it comes to looks, and also in their temperament.

They are the perfect balance between playful and calm. They inherited both silliness and a protective nature. They are highly intelligent dogs with high energy, so they need a lot of exercise and mental stimulation.

You need to know that since both Malamutes and Huskies howl, an Alusky will do that as well.

They don’t like to spend a lot of time alone, so if you live a busy life and need to be absent from home for long periods of time, an Alusky is not for you.

If left alone a lot, they can become destructive and can even develop separation anxiety.

One additional thing: check out some other Alaskan Malamute mixes!

4. Horgi

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Photo from: @soupe_corgsky

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and Corgi

When you see a crossbreed that has a Corgi in the mix, you can expect to get a miniature version of the other breed. This is the case with a Horgi.

They look like small Huskies, or, in other words, they have the colors, patterns, and head like a Husky, and the body of a fluffy Corgi.

However, this isn’t the case with every Horgi. They can also grow like a Husky, yet have colors and a head like a Corgi. They are perfect additions to the family. They can live in an apartment, especially when they inherit the body of the Corgi.

But, since both Huskies and Corgis shed, a Horgi will also shed.

They do have a lot of energy, but a long walk is enough for them, and you can have a walk buddy. They aren’t territorial, so they get along great with other dogs, and they love it when there are guests over.

Starting with training early is important, but teaching them anything is a breeze because they are very intelligent and patient. But, they are quite the detectives, and they love to explore because they have a curious nature.

5. Goberian

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Photo from: @itsstormytime

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and Golden Retriever

This mix is one of the prettiest dogs we have ever laid our eyes on. You never know what you will end up with because every puppy from a litter will look different. They have amazing patterns on their coat that just keep your eyes glued to them.

We recommend you to check out the pictures of these beauties. But, besides beauty, they are super smart dogs, which isn’t a shocker since both Huskies and Golden Retrievers are intelligent dogs.

These dogs are one of the friendliest dogs out there, and are perfect family dogs.

They consider their owner as their best friend, and they are loyal to every person they love, especially the person they bond the most with. They love to spend time outside, so hiking or going to the park is a must for them.

They don‘t need to be with an active family, but an hour a day of exercise is necessary. An apartment isn’t an ideal situation, but they can adapt if you take them out regularly.

Just like their parents, they love the water, so if you have an opportunity to take them, they will be grateful and you will be their favorite for sure.

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6. Huskita

huskita

Photo from: @floki_huskita_and_ferrets

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and Akita

The Huskita is a dog that loves to work. They are commonly used as therapy dogs, police dogs, and guard dogs, but most importantly, they are great companions.

Even though they are big dogs, they can be kept in an apartment, but they must have enough daily exercise.

When it comes to their looks, you never know what you will get, but one thing is for sure – they will exude beauty and grace. They can either look more like the Akita parent with husky colors, or like the Husky parent with Akita colors.

They love to be around their family members, so it is not advised to leave them for long periods of time. A big family is great for them, but it is important that they have one person that will be the pack leader.

They don’t need a lot of grooming. A good brush at least once a week is a must because they shed quite a bit. Don’t bathe them too often because they can lose their natural oils. Because of the density of their coat, they are suited for colder weather.

7. Boxsky

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Photo from: @beautheboxsky

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and Boxer

This is also one mix that is unusual to a lot of people. But, the most unusual thing about them is that they don’t really resemble either of their parents.

They do come in either the colors of a Boxer or Husky colors, but when it comes to their looks in general, you will never see that they are a crossbreed between these two breeds.

Since both Huskies and Boxers are goofy dogs, you can expect that a Boxsky will make you laugh all the time.

They love to play and spend time with people. They are also quite the attention seekers at times, and because of that, they can be a bit demanding.

But, on the other hand, they are great guard dogs. They love to keep an eye on their owners and make sure they are safe. Because of this, they need early socialization, and you should introduce them to all your friends as soon as possible.

They are interesting because no Boxsky is the same. They have facial markers that are specific only to them.

The other thing that is interesting is that they might have loopy ears almost throughout their whole life, but as they get older, their ears can stand up.

8. Siberian Cocker

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Photo from: @trixiebooboo

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and Cocker Spaniel

This medium-sized dog has a very delightful personality. They don’t have high energy needs so they don’t need much exercise, but half an hour or an hour a day is enough. They can live in an apartment because they don’t have a lot of needs.

Playing or just hanging out with kids is something they love. Even though they don’t require a lot of exercise, they will never pass up good playtime. They are alert like their Husky parent, but aren’t barkers like their Cocker Spaniel parent.

Their coat is dense, long, and soft, and it looks more like the coat that a Cocker Spaniel has. Their colors can vary, but it is rarely a single color.

A trim every couple of months is recommended, especially if you live in a warmer climate. Also, weekly brushing is a must.

9. Hug

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Photo from: @privideniye22

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and Pug

The Husky Pug mix is a bit unusual, but their appearance is interesting. In most cases, they look just like a Pug, but with the colors and coat of a Husky.

Sometimes, their snout can get a bit longer than the characteristic Pug snout, while other times, they can resemble a Husky more than a Pug.

This designer dog is a mix of two totally different personalities. Huskies are working dogs while Pugs are considered to be couch potatoes. Their name says it all – they love to hug, cuddle, and spend a lot of time beside their owner.

Every future dog owner who is considering getting this breed needs to know that they will be getting a friend for life.

Even though they like to lounge, they also love to play. They have bursts of energy, and this is why a lot of physical movement is needed.

You can expect them to shed a lot. All of this doesn’t make them ideal for an apartment. An interesting thing is that they love to play without a leash, so from time to time, you should take them to the park where they can play freely.

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10. Pomsky

pomsky

Photo from: @bimthepomsky

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and Pomeranian

These dogs are quite popular. The main reason for this is their looks. Commonly, they look like a Husky that never fully grew up.

Usually, they are a bit bigger than a Pomeranian, but sometimes they can grow even bigger than that, but this is still smaller than a Husky.

But, make sure not to be fooled by their cuteness. These dogs are smart cookies. They love to learn things. Here is a little secret – positive reinforcement is something that will make them do anything. It even works better than treats.

Besides being smart, they are loving and sociable dogs. They love to keep their owner entertained, and they need their daily cuddle time just like their exercise time.

As with any big and small dog mix, especially a Husky and a teacup Pomeranian, a lot of people can’t comprehend how this is possible. In these cases, just as in this one, it is done by artificial insemination.

11. Rottsky

rottsky

Photo from: @luna_tuna_the_rottsky

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and Rottweiler

By mixing two working breeds that are highly intelligent and smart, you will end up with a mix that is worth admiring.

They look like the perfect middle between these two breeds, but their coat usually has colors that are specific to Rottweilers – a black and brown combination.

These large dogs aren’t suitable for an apartment not only because of their size, but because of their energy level, which is pretty high.

If you live in an apartment, you need to give them enough exercise. If not, you can end up with a destructive and irritated dog.

They have a high prey drive so if you also own a smaller animal like a cat or a small dog, then the Rottsky might not be the best thing.

Stubbornness can be a pain sometimes with these dogs, but if they are trained early and properly, you won’t have a problem with that.

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12. Aussie Siberian

aussie siberian

Photo from: @mozzi_the_muttsky

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and Australian Shepherd

The thing we can say for sure about these dogs is that they have the most beautiful coat patterns and colors.

Purebred Australian Shepherds are known to have an interesting coat, like a blue merle Australian Shepherd, but when they are mixed with the Husky’s colors and blue eyes, it is just mesmerizing.

Both dogs are working dogs. Australian Shepherds are known to be good herding dogs, and agility competitions are something they are amazing at.

Just like their parents, Aussie Siberians are also hard-working dogs. They need to be on the move constantly.

They need a lot of exercise, but also a lot of attention, which can be overwhelming for some people. They can’t be left alone for long, and aren’t suitable for living in a small apartment.

If they are underexercised and ignored, they tend to chew everything, bark a lot, and can even develop separation anxiety.

Besides being high-energy dogs, another reason why they need to move around a lot is that they are prone to weight gain. If they don’t move around enough, they can get overweight.

13. Huskydoodle

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Photo from: @apollo_thehuskydoodle

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and Poodle

The other name that is used for this breed is Poosky. When it comes to the appearance of these dogs, we can say they can get quite interesting.

Sometimes, they can look like a curly Husky dog, while other times, they can look like a Poodle with colors that aren’t characteristic to them.

They can even look like these two breeds aren’t their parents, or if they are, maybe they are a mix of completely different dogs.

And, this is one of the things that makes them so interesting – you never know what you will get. Unfortunately, these designer dogs can end up in shelters if the person didn’t get the dog they thought they would get.

But, however they end up looking, you can be sure that you will be getting a dog that will shower you with love and be forever loyal to you.

They love to spend a lot of time playing with their owner. Even though they are active dogs, they love to lounge around the house.

An interesting fact is that besides being active dogs, and growing big most of the time, they consider themselves to be lap dogs.

And, because of this, you need to keep an eye on them if they are with small children because they will most likely try to hop on their lap for some cuddle time.

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14. Labsky

labsky

Photo from: @hope.the.labsky

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and Labrador Retriever

Both Labradors and Huskies are high-energy, smart dogs, and a Labsky is no different. You need to prepare yourself for a lot of time spent outside for them to play, and besides those playtimes, a couple of extra walks might be needed.

When it comes to being loyal, it can be measured the same as their energy level, which is really high. They enjoy being around people and other animals so a big family in a house with a big yard is heaven for them.

They can get a bit stubborn, which they inherit from their Husky parent, but the calmness of the Lab parent can make a good balance. Be prepared for a lot of hair around the house because their double coat sheds a lot. Daily brushing is recommended.

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This breed does not have a lot of health issues, but the thing you need to keep an eye on is their teeth. It would be nice if you brush their teeth every day, but if not, then regular vet checks are a must.

Because of their friendly and goofy nature, they aren’t great watchdogs. They are alert, and they have an eye on their owner, but they aren’t really barkers, and they don’t have an angry bone in them.

If, God forbid, an intruder comes to the house, they will most likely want to play with him or her.

15. Belusky

belusky

Photo from: @solothebelusky

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and Belgian Malinois

The Belusky dog usually looks like a less-fluffy Husky, with a head that more resembles the Belgian Malinois side of the DNA. They are beautiful, athletic dogs that have a strong build and muscles all over their body.

These dogs need exercise, but not something like a walk – more like an agility type of playtime or running around with other dogs.

They need their mental and physical stimulation or else they will become a bit destructive and anxious.

They are super protective and loyal to their owner. The only problem is that they become too protective if not trained properly. Early socialization is important for this breed, and you need to be the leader because they have their stubborn side.

This can be challenging for people who haven’t owned a dog before and don’t have leadership potential. If you show your dog a firm arm, give him enough exercise, and shower him with love, you will have a best friend in him.

16. Beaski

beaski

Photo from: @squeak_the_beaski

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and Beagle

We advise you to look at many beautiful pictures of these dogs. They are hard to describe precisely, but we can guarantee that you will fall in love with them. A trait that they inherited from the Beagle parent is their good sense of smell.

They can be used as a hunting dog, which is a win-win for both you and your dog. You will have a buddy on your hunting trip while this high-energy dog will have the time of its life running around in nature.

They are better off in a house with a big yard, but if trained and exercised properly, they can get used to an apartment. Just be careful to trim their nails frequently because they tend to grow really fast with this breed.

These dogs are intelligent and sensitive at the same time, which means that early training is needed. The best way to make them feel confident when you are teaching them new tricks is to use positive reinforcement.

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17. Chusky

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Photo from: @meikolecoco

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and Chow Chow

When you see the parents of this breed, you will automatically see a big fluffy teddy bear. The interesting thing about this breed is that they sometimes look just like Akitas. To be more precise – the long-haired Akitas.

These dogs can be tricky, and fool you with their cute appearance. If you aren’t tough enough to show them who is the leader, you can have a misbehaved dog.

They tend to be a bit arrogant and stubborn, which is why they can be difficult to train.

But, if you do the training just right, you will have a dog that will respect you and never leave your sight. If you think that you can’t handle their temper, you can always hire a professional trainer.

They aren’t super friendly dogs, which means that having other animals besides them, or having small kids is not the best match.

This doesn’t mean that they are aggressive – just that they are possessive of their owner and don’t like to share them.

They also love their alone time, which kids and other animals could interrupt.

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18. Samusky

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Photo from: @theprairiewol

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and Samoyed

You can tell immediately that these dogs are so darn cute. The fun part is that they always take on one parent – sometimes you might think that you got a purebred Samoyed or Husky.

The most interesting combination is when they look like a Samoyed and have light patterns like their Husky parent.

The most important thing to know about this breed is that they hate being bored. They need lots of cuddles, kisses, and exercise. Leaving them alone a lot can make them anxious and destructive.

They love outside activities, but keep in mind that the weather shouldn’t be too hot.

Their thick coat needs a colder climate. Even though they don‘t like to be left alone, they are also quite independent. From time to time, they like to have some alone time.

This is why the best environment for them is a house with a yard so they can just lounge by themselves when they feel like it.

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19. Collsky

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Photo from: @gruenes_pfoetchen

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and Border Collie

This medium-sized dog is just an eye-catcher. If you take a walk with this dog, people will for sure stop you to pet him and to admire his coat. And, this is a great thing for this dog because they love all the cuddles and pets they can get.

A Border Collie’s colors are similar to a Husky’s, but they come in different patterns so you can never know what your Collsky might look like. What we know is that you will end up with a beautiful dog.

These dogs will need a lot of mental stimulation as well as a lot of physical movement since both parents, especially the Border Collie’s blood, is streaming through their veins.

They are the perfect dogs for agility training and championships.

They can have a high prey drive, which means that small animals aren’t the best things to be around a Collsky.

They love kids, but always be near if there are small kids in the house because they tend to get playful and knock a kid down by accident.

They aren’t recommended for first-time owners, but if you think you have the power and will to train them, then you will end up with an amazing dog.

20. Pyrenees Husky

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Photo from: @thelouieramos

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and Great Pyrenees

These dogs have strong personalities. They have a trait that isn’t really characteristic of any other dog, and that is that they love to figure out things on their own sometimes.

That, combined with their stubbornness, can get really tricky, but with proper training, you will get a dog that is willing to do anything that you want it to do.

They make amazing therapy and rescue dogs. They love to work and to be on the go. The best environment for them is a big house with a big yard so they have space to roam around when needed.

Great Pyrenees shed just as much as Huskies, so this mixed breed will shed also. This can be a problem for people who have allergies.

When owning this dog, the most important things are patience, persistence, and leadership. Grooming can also be a bit stressful because they have a long, dense coat Daily brushing will be needed.

Their coat makes them more suitable for a colder climate.

21. Dobersky

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Photo from: @jake_dobe_husky

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and Doberman

This breed is rare, and is hard to describe. Maybe the best way that we see it is like a bit chunkier and shorter Doberman.

Their colors can sometimes be the colors of a Doberman or a Husky, but the thing we are sure about is that they are beautiful dogs.

We advise you to explore a bit more and look at all the pictures of this breed.

The thing they love the most is their family. They will do anything to protect them, and we advise you to reward them with lots of kisses and cuddles. They will make friends with anyone who greets them nicely because they are extremely sociable.

If you want a more independent dog, then the best thing is to look for another breed because these dogs don’t like to spend time alone. But, you will surely love spending time with them because they will make you laugh constantly.

22. Buskdoggy

buskdoggy

Photo from: @flyer_husky.frenchie

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and Bulldog

These dogs have quite a unique look to them, and it is different in most of the cases, but unfortunately, they rarely come with the Bulldog’s recognizable snout.

These two parent breeds are completely different. Huskies are outgoing and working dogs, while Bulldogs are a bit on the lazier side.

Because of the difference in temper, there isn’t a temper that can describe this dog to the point. Sometimes, they will be on the more hyper side, while other times, they can be super lazy. The part that is consistent is their friendliness.

Yes, they can be a bit careful when it comes to strangers, which makes them amazing guard dogs, but if they are socialized early and properly, they will make friends with anybody.

They are also courageous, which can sometimes get them into fights with other dogs.

They can be difficult to train if you end up with an independent and stubborn dog, but once you figure out each other’s rhythm, it will be easy.

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23. Siberian Boston

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Photo from: @skye.thesiberianboston

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and Boston Terrier

These dogs can come in many beautiful colors, but the most common combination is a black body with white parts on their face, belly, and paws. This medium dog is easy to maintain, and doesn’t need a lot of grooming.

These intelligent dogs are amazing guard dogs, and they do their best to alert their humans if there is any potential danger. They have a tendency to love one person the most, but spread their love to others as well.

You need to have patience with this dog and spend a lot of time with it. If not, it might develop separation anxiety.

Since both parents can get destructive and chew on anything that crosses their path if they are bored, you can expect a Siberian Boston to do so as well.

You need to keep them occupied for most of the day. They have the tendency to entertain themselves, but that doesn’t last long. It is like a short period of time when they let you have some me-time.

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24. Huskimo

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Photo from: @the_worthy_huskimo

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and American Eskimo

The American Eskimo is one of those dog breeds that you probably don’t find familiar by reading their name, but when you see them, you are aware of what breed that is.

An American Eskimo is similar to a Samoyed, but a bit smaller, and with a coat that isn’t as rich as a Samoyed’s.

The Huskimo looks similar to a Samusky – the only difference is that they can be smaller than a Samusky. Huskimos are really energetic dogs that need a lot of exercise.

If they don’t get their daily dose of exercise, they will be hard to control.

They are very social dogs, and are amazing with kids. They are extremely intelligent, and they will learn anything that is expected of them with a breeze. They shed a lot, so a daily brush would be advised.

If you don’t have time to do it every day, you should try and brush them at least three times a week.

They have a confident side to them, and this is why you need to let them know that you are the leader. If not, that role will probably be theirs, at least in their head.

25. Dachshund Husky Mix

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Photo from: @khaulasadventures

Parent Breeds: Siberian Husky and Dachshund

When it comes to their appearance, they come in all shapes and sizes. They can look like a Dachshund with the coat and colors of a Husky.

Or, they can look like a Husky with a slightly longer face. We advise you to research all the possibilities that they can come in.

Dachshunds have a reputation for showing aggression, which can be transferred to this mix. This is why it’s important to start early socialization and appropriate daily exercise. Another instinct that they can inherit is a high prey drive.

But, besides this… they are dogs that are full of love and admiration for their owner. They can get tricky, so this isn’t a dog for people who haven’t owned a dog before.

If you show dominance and are persistent, you will for sure have a best friend in this dog.

26. Shiba Inu Siberian Husky Mix

shiba inu siberian husky mix

Photo from: @shibaiky

These dogs can look very different from dog to dog, but the interesting fact is that they can sometimes look just like an Akita. But, in all of the cases, they will have a double coat, and will shed a lot, so daily brushing is a must.

They can be a challenge sometimes because they are prideful, high-energy, and loud dogs. They need an active family that lives in a house with a big yard. They are smart dogs, but they can be hard to train sometimes because of their stubbornness.

It is important to make boundaries for this breed. It can be the smallest thing, but it is important because this way, you show them dominance. They can get overprotective, and you need to calm this down as soon as you notice it.

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In Conclusion

When it comes to Husky mixed breeds, we can agree that they have the cutest, funniest, and most interesting names. By just looking at their names, you can tell that you are in for a treat.

All of them have both brains and beauty, but it is their temper that will make you love them.

When getting a mixed breed, you need to know that there are rarely any breeders who specialize in mixed-breed dogs.

The best thing is to always check your local shelters where there is a big possibility that your future Siberian Husky Mix is waiting for you.

If you are indecisive about getting a Husky or some other breed, maybe the 2-in-1 option is the best for you. We truly hope that you have found the perfect match that you fell in love with.

Try to find a breeder who is reputable, or at least a litter of puppies that is being sold that you can tell are loved and taken care of properly.

We hope that you will find your chosen mix as soon as possible, and that your future pooch will be with you in no time. Wishing you and your dog all the happiness and love, and many, many years of sharing great memories.

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[…] you’re a first-time owner. But, there is another way you can own a Husky: adopt! Huskies or Husky mixes range from $350 to $550, including registrations, vaccinations, spaying, neutering, […]

33 Incredible Rottweiler Mixes For Every Rottie Lover

Tuesday 15th of November 2022

[…] one of the bold and unique Siberian Husky mixes – the Rottsky. Not only does this beauty of a mixed breed inherit the mesmerizing blue eyes […]

Siberian Husky Feeding Chart: How Much Food To Serve

Friday 11th of November 2022

[…] that may make an impact such as neutering, pregnancy, breastfeeding, and so on. Also, different Siberian Husky mixes can require different feeding approaches. It is all […]

Malamute Vs Husky: The Battle For An Ice Throne

Monday 7th of November 2022

[…] like in Malamutes, hip dysplasia can be a pretty serious issue for Husky puppies and Siberian Husky mixes, too. This major health condition requires  timely intervention, as Huskies that deal with hip […]

Blue Heeler Pitbull Mix: The Ultimate Guide On This Mighty Crossbreed

Monday 10th of October 2022

[…] these dog’s mixes are equally amazing! Today, you can find the Pitsky – the mixed dog whose parent breeds are […]