Siberian husky is an active, energetic and resilient breed. It has a double coat of medium length, with a soft, dense undercoat and a straight. Husky mixes are also popular, and each breed has something unique to offer in its look and characteristics.
Some people love hybrid dogs because they are not only beautiful but also have fewer health issues. The Siberian Husky is a very cute and popular dog breed. There are many popular crossbreeds available for this breed.
Siberian Husky Mix Breeds
Siberian Huskie has been successfully mixed with Golden Retrievers, Basset Hound, Weimaraner, Standard Poodle, Boxer, Pitbull, Akita, Rottweiler, Beagle mix, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Collies, Welsh Corgis, Pitbulls, Chinese Wolves and more.
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List of Siberian Husky Mixed Breeds
1). Boxsky (Boxer Husky Mix)
Breeds: Boxer and Husky
The Boxsky is one of the beautiful and good working husky mixes. It is not a pure breed dog. It’s a cross between a Boxer and Siberian husky. However, the Boxer and Husky combine isn’t solely a stunning dog. However, it is also a really smart dog. These high-energy boxer husky mix-breeds are used for various applications but are mainly used as watchdogs.
- Life Expectancy: 10 to 13 years.
- Weight: 45 pounds – 80 pounds
- Height: 18 inches – 25 inches
2). Pitsky (Pitbull Husky Mix)
Breeds: Pitbull and Husky
The Pitsky is a medium to massive size mixed breed. It’s a hybrid between a Pitbull and a husky. The Pitbull Husky mix is a handsome, muscular cross between a Pitbull hunting dog and a Siberian or Alaskan Husky.
This dog is not a lap dog or a calming dog that will entertain herself on her own. However, with coaching and adequate socialization, they’ll grow old to be excellent family pets. Pitskies are of any color, have short or long hair, get up or floppy ears, and even stick with it the blue eyes common in huskies.
- Life Expectancy: 12 to 15 years.
- Weight: 35 to 80 pounds
- Height: 20 to 24 inches
3). Huskita (Akita Husky Mix)
Breeds: Akita and Husky
The Huskita is a giant size crossbreed dog, and It’s a giant to large mixed breed the results of crossing between Husky and the Akita. Both the husky and the Akita Inu square measure giant, powerful dog breeds.
In general, this breed isn’t aggressive to strangers; however, if the Akita sequence rules them, they may not continuously welcome guests with a calm mind.
- Life Expectancy: 12 to 15 years.
- Weight: 70 to 120 pounds
- Height: 22 to 26 inches
4). Huskweiler (Rottweiler Husky Mix)
Breeds: Rottweiler and Husky
Huskweiler is a popular mix breed between a Rottweiler and Siberian husky. Both of these pure breeds are very different animals with different purposes and personalities. This breed is rare and unique husky mixes (hybrid) that are often tough to find. The Rottsky is sometimes referred to as the Rottsky. These dogs end up with expressive eyes and a unique personality, providing a beautiful, loyal, and loving pet.
- Height: 21 and 26 inches
- Weight: 50 and 100 pounds
- Lifespan: 10 and 14 years
5). Ausky Shepherd (Australian Shepherd Husky Mix)
Breeds: Australian Shepherd and Husky
The Australian Shepherd and Siberian Husky Mix dog looks more like an Australian Shepherd dog than a Siberian Husky dog. It is also known as Ausky Shepherd or Aussie husky. This is not a pure breed is a combination of Australian shepherd and husky.
- Lifespan: 12 to 15 years
- Weight: 45 to 60 Pounds
- Height: 24 to 24 Inches
6). Hugsky (Pug Husky Mix)
Breeds: Pug dog and Husky
The Hug is a mixed breed between the Pug dog and the Husky/Siberian Husky. It is also known as Hugsky dog. This breed can either inherit the long and fine coat of the Pug or the thick, long coat of the Siberian Husky. The Hug dogs are known for their cheerfulness, intelligence, and loyalty. Inheriting the pug-like friendliness, these dogs are highly affectionate to their family members.
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- Life Expectancy: 12 to 15 years
- Weight: 30 to 60 pounds
- Height: Medium
7). Shepsky (German Shepherd Husky Mix)
Breeds: German shepherd and Husky
Shepsky is a cross between a German Shepherd and a Siberian husky. It is also known as Gerberian Shepsky or German Husky; it is an active and playful dog that loves kids. Like all other crossbreeds, this breed too possesses a mixture of the characteristics of both its parents.
- Life span: 12 to 14 years
- Weight: Male: 20 to 27 kg, Female: 16 to 23 kg
- Height: Male: 21 to 24 inches, Female: 18 to20 inches
8). Pomsky (Pomeranian Husky Mix)
Breeds: Pomeranion and Husky
The Pomsky is one of the new designer dogs or cross breed of Siberian husky mixes. The Dog Registry of America recognizes it. The Pomsky is a mix between a Siberian Husky and a Pomeranian. The Siberian Husky is a medium-sized working dog breed that originated in north-eastern Siberia, Russia.
- Lifespan: 13 to 15 years
- Height: Males 25.4 to 38.1 cm, Females 25.4 to 38.1 cm
- Weight: Males 9.0 to 13.60 kg, Females 9.0 to 13.60 kg
9). Muskiff (Muskiff Husky Mix)
Breeds: Mastiff and Husky
The Muskiff is a mixed or crossbreed between a mastiff and a Siberian husky dog. Mastiff typed means a large Molosser dog. The term “mastiff type” has been used synonymously with the term “Molosser”. This is one of the biggest dog breeds and very popular in the world.
- Life Expectancy: 10 to 13 yrs.
- Height: 70 to 91 cm
- Weight: 54 to 77 kg
10). Buskton Terrier (Boston Terrier Husky Mix)
Breeds: Boston Terrier and Husky
The Buskton terrier is not a purebred dog. It is a cross between the Siberian Husky and the Boston Terrier. The characteristics and appearance are the same as Boston terrier and husky.
- Life span: 13 to 15 years
- Height: 38 to 43 cm
- Weight: 4.5 to 11 kg
Other Siberian Husky Mix Breeds
- Husky + Corgi = Cusky
- Golden Retriever + Husky = Goberian
- Chow Chow + Husky = Chusky
- Beagle + Husky = Beasky
- Husky + Bullmastiff = Bullsky
- Labrador retriever + Husky = Labsky
- Dalmatian + Husky = Dalmusky
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I NEDD THE HUGSKY
I MUST HAVE THE POMSKY SO CUTE SO FLUFFY!
I believe the Boskey can look very different if the mom is the Boston and the Dad is the Husky. My girl looks just like a little husky with a thinner coat, and a less pointy snout.
I have to be honest I don’t like how any of these crossbreeds look at all. I’d take a full blooded husky over any of them any day.
do you have any documentation or pictures of the king charles cavalier and husky mix?