Two dog breeds can be combined to produce a new breed. A Husky breed can be cross-bred with another to produce a Husky mix. A Husky mix can result in breeds that inherit some traits from either parent. Therefore, it is hard to predict the outcome of the mixed breed.

The popularity of Husky mix-breeds has increased over the years because they are energetic and loyal breeds. Here is a list of familiar and famous Husky mix breeds:

Popular Husky Mixes We Love

Husky Corgi Mix

Husky Corgi Mix
The Corgi Husky mix is arguably the cutest breed of dogs ever. The breed results from the mating of Huskies with Pembroke or Cardigan Corgi. The only difference between Pembroke and Cardigan Corgi is the tail.

The Cardigan breed has a tail, while the Pembroke breed has no tail. However, a Pembroke Corgi may be born with a tail that is eventually docked after a few days.

The feisty nature of Corgi makes it a darling to many dog lovers. It is playful and friendly. Since they are herding dogs, they have a strong instinct, which makes them stubborn and barks excessively. Interestingly, they are attention-loving, and they do not like being left alone.

The other half of the Husky Corgi mix provides sociability and intelligence traits. Huskies can also be stubborn to some extent. Therefore, the Corgi mix is strong-willed, alert, and protective.

Since Husky has a tendency to escape, this mixed breed is suitable in active homes that have a secured yard. Therefore, the breed is recommended in adult-only homes.

Owners who understand the specific needs of this breed make up the best dog-parents. The breed requires stimulation and regular exercise. Therefore, the owner should have ample time to attend to their furry friend.

Pitbull Husky Mix

Pitbull Husky Mix
Pitbull Husky mix is arguably the most muscular Husky mix breed. A Pitbull Terrier is cross-bred with a Siberian or Alaskan Husky.

The resulting breed is a Pitsky, which is literally a giant lap dog. It weighs between 30 and 70 lbs and averages 21 inches in height. This breed is very active and loves to play. Occasionally, you will see them romping in the yards in the company of kids.

This breed inherits loyalty and intelligence from the Pitbull parent. Additionally, they inherit stubbornness from the Husky parents. Therefore, training is challenging.

They thrive best in active homes where the owners love walking, hiking, or simply being outdoors. Owners need to understand the specific needs of this breed, including training and customized socialization.

German Shepherd Husky Mix

German Shepherd Husky Mix
German Shepherd Husky mix is playful and friendly. This breed results from cross-breeding of a German Shepherd breed and a Husky.

This breed is large, loving, and loyal. Due to their high energy levels, they are suitable for active homes where the owners regularly engage in outdoor activities.

Unlike other breeds, this mixed breed is a great companion for children as long as they understand its needs. They are also good protectors. Occasionally, you will see them chilling or playing on the sofa or running around the yard.

This breed inherits loyalty, intelligence, and trainability from the German Shepherd parent. Additionally, it inherits stubbornness from the Husky parent.

This breed needs to be trained introduced to socialization early. It would help if you had a secured yard to burn off their energies and prevent escapes. When Huskies are bored, they tend to dig.

Golden Retriever Husky Mix

Golden Retriever Husky Mix
Golden Retriever Husky mix is the resulting breed after cross-breeding of a Siberian Husky and a Golden Retriever. This breed is rare, and therefore it may be costly. The resulting breed is called a Goberian.

This breed is loving and friendly because both parents are super sociable. The original idea behind this cross-breeding was to produce a friendly, family-oriented, and intelligent dog.

Their sizes are generally medium with an approximate height of up to 24 inches and 80 pounds in weight. However, females weigh less and are slightly smaller in size.

These dogs are very confident, playful, and outgoing. They are best trained using rewards. Goberians are best suited for active homes because they need regular exercise.

Husky Lab Mix

Husky Lab Mix
The Husky Lab mix is mixed breed resulting from cross-breeding of the Labrador Retriever with the Siberian Husky. This mixed breed has many names such as Siberian Retriever, Huskador, or Labsky.

They have approximate heights of up to 24 inches and weighs between 30 and 80 pounds. This breed has a double coat, but the color depends on the color inherited from the parents.

This hybrid is famous for its loyalty and intelligence, as well as a zest for life. It is, therefore, a people-oriented breed that is highly social. Early training and socialization are recommended for this breed.

Pomeranian Husky Mix

Pomeranian Husky Mix
Pomeranian Husky mix is a hybrid resulting from cross-breeding of a Husky and a Pomeranian. It is often called a Pomsky.

This breed is very playful and friendly because both parents are also outgoing and playful. They can comfortably play with children. Occasionally, they are seen running outside and playing in the yard.

They are typically family dogs that love attention. They should not be left alone for long hours. Since they are active, the owner should be ready to take them for a walk or jog.

Husky Poodle Mix

Husky Poodle Mix

Husky Poodle mix breed results from cross-breeding of a Siberian Husky and the Poodle. This hybrid is rare to find but can be easily identified with its unique icy blues eyes. This mixed breed is also known as Huskydoodle, Huskypoo, or Siberpoo.

They are intelligent dogs that require regular stimulation. They do not tolerate boredom. Therefore, the owner must be willing to give them enough attention.

They have heights of up to 22 inches. Although they are affectionate and very friendly, they can sometimes be very clingy.

Final Thought

The husky mix-breeds are products from cross-breeding of Huskies with other breeds. The resulting breeds retain some character traits of the purebred parents. A description of the common Husky mix-breeds has been provided in this article.