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Siberian Husky Mixes: 20 Different Beautiful Cross Breeds

Have you considered adopting a Husky mix? These amazing mixed breeds are strikingly beautiful and have wonderful temperaments. Get to know 20 fantastic Husky mixes right here.


Last Updated: September 5, 2023 | 14 min read

Close up of Husky dog eyes

Siberian Huskies have enchanted people for generations with their piercing stare, beautiful coat, and devoted personalities. These alluring qualities have made them a popular choice for designer breeders who, in the last 20 years, have started mixing breeds in pursuit of the perfect dog. That has led to the Siberian Husky mix becoming one of the top designer dog breeds in the United States.

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While the Siberian Husky is rather energetic and can be destructive if left to their own devices, that hasn’t stopped people from looking at different ways to introduce this breed and mix it with others.  Creating a designer dog can often help mitigate potentially harmful health defects that may happen commonly in purebred dogs. Husky mixes are good dogs and usually have a distinctly striking look.

In this article, we will discuss 20 of our favorite Siberian Husky crossbreeds that have resulted from this practice. While not all of these dogs on this list are suitable for everyone, each breed has something unique to offer in both appearance and temperament. Let’s get into it and get to know these amazing Husky mixes.

Siberian Husky Mixes

Siberian Huskies are some of the most popular dogs across the United States.  Their striking blue eyes and eager-to-please attitudes are attractive to many potential dog owners.  Because of that, they are prime pups for becoming part of the designer dog movement that’s happening across the US and other countries. Mixed breeds are often longer lived, healthier, and at less risk of genetic defects and hereditary diseases, another reason they are only growing in popularity.

When it comes to finding a Husky mix, we always recommend that you consider adopting before you shop.  There are many pups just like the Husky Crossbreeds below that could be at a shelter waiting for you to come and give them a permanent fur-ever home today.  Let’s look at 20 of the most common Husky mixes you’ll see.

Alusky: Alaskan Malamute Siberian Husky Mix

Alaskan Malamute Husky Mixed Breed

The Alusky is created by mixing the Alaskan Malamute and Siberian Husky. These dogs are adorable, friendly, and extremely fluffy. They can be calm and playful but are also quite protective. The Alusky is loyal and powerful. The Husky Alaskan Malamute mix is a medium to large-sized dog weighing 45 to 75 pounds. These athletic pups need plenty of room to run and at least 90 minutes of exercise every day.

The Alusky is one of the most energetic dogs one will meet. They make wonderful family pets and get along well with children and other pets as long as they get enough exercise. Make sure to start training young and establish yourself as the pack leader, or this pup may just take over the role. While they can be stubborn, the Malamute Husky mix is an unforgettable canine blend. These dogs are loyal, smart, and full of hair. Anyone adopting one must be ready to tackle a constant amount of shedding, and high grooming needs.

Ausky: Siberian Husky Australian Cattle Dog Mix

Ausky Mix

The independent Ausky is a hybrid produced by breeding a Siberian Husky and an Australian Cattle Dog. This is a vocal pup who will howl, sing, whine, and even talk if encouraged. While this can be very entertaining, you should definitely consider the implications of encouraging this type of behavior, as it can be hard to suppress once it becomes a habit. Because they are not considered a quiet breed and have intense exercise requirements, this pup is not suited for apartment living.

The Ausky is an agile athlete who is very strong and active. A skilled handler is recommended for this breed. They are considered to be medium-sized canines with a double coat that can resemble either parent. Any potential Ausky adopter should consider their seemingly endless endurance and inquisitive nature and be willing to provide the appropriate amount of stimulation for this bright breed.

Belusky: Siberian Husky Belgian Malinois Mix

Husky Malinois

The Belerian Malsky, The Hukinois, The Belusky… there are many names to choose from with this Siberian Husky and Belgian Malinois mix. It’s possible this hybrid was created to produce a pup that had the speed of the Belgian Malinois with the endurance of the Siberian Husky. If that’s the case, it was successful, making them excellent hunting and working dogs.

The Belusky will likely be a medium-sized canine with a compact and athletic frame and a short coat. They are known for their loyalty and intelligence, scoring high points in trainability and functioning very successfully as guard dogs. These pups are extremely spirited and require at least one to two hours of vigorous activity daily, making them better suited for a home with a backyard where they can burn off some of this energy.

Boxsky: Siberian Husky Boxer Mix

Husky Boxer Mix

A mix between a Boxer and a Siberian Husky will produce a large and active pup who can be quite a handful. They can exhibit a strong prey drive and stubbornness. Because of this, a Boxsky is not recommended for novice dog owners with little training experience. They require a confident leader and consistent coaching to curb their strong-headed nature.  Most boxer crossbreeds need a strong hand when training.

The Boxsky generally weighs up to 75 pounds and is better suited for a house with a large fenced yard. While they can be very sweet, this hybrid also has high exercise demands and needs plenty of room to roam. Placed with a devoted family willing to exercise, train, and socialize this breed properly, they are a wonderfully committed and loving companion.

Buskton Terrier: Siberian Husky Boston Terrier Mix

Boston Terrier Husky

The Buskton Terrier is one of the few breeds on this list that can be a fantastic pick for novice dog owners due to their intelligence and agreeable disposition. Mixed with a Husky and a Boston Terrier, this pup will likely be a medium-sized dog that weighs between 20 to 40 pounds. They have low-maintenance grooming requirements and moderate exercise requirements.

While the Buskton Terrier will get along well with the whole family, they do have a tendency to bond particularly closely with one person. They love to cuddle and just want to be near you. This mix is best suited to a family who is around enough to provide them with the attention and affection they crave. Left alone for too long, this pup is likely to become sullen and suffer from separation anxiety.

Chusky: Siberian Husky Chow Chow Mix


Both the Siberian Husky and the Chow Chow descended from hunting dogs who served many functions for their owners, including herding, sledding, and protection. Mix the two, and you have a large-sized, hard-working, and extremely bright Chusky, that looks somewhat like a bear. Although they can be quite independent, they develop a deep connection and loyalty to their families. This energetic breed requires daily, extensive exercise and does not do well in apartments.

Socializing the Chusky is an important part of training this breed and helping to mitigate their stubborn tendencies. They have a strong prey drive and should not be left alone with other small pets or allowed to roam off-leash. Not always the most patient when handled incorrectly, they may not be the best choice for homes with little children. Both Chow Chows and Siberian Huskies can be overly protective. While this makes the Chusky an excellent guard dog, a responsible owner should teach them the difference between visitors and intruders to avoid negative reactions to your guests.

Dusky: Siberian Husky Dachshund Mix


The Dusky is a surprising mix between a Dachshund and a Siberian Husky. This oddly paired hybrid is of medium stature with either floppy Dachshund ears or straight Husky ears. They also tend to inherit the short legs of a Dachshund, making this mix quite the interesting specimen, if not awkwardly adorable.

Dachshunds may be little, but they can exhibit aggressive tendencies. That, coupled with Siberian Husky’s suspicion towards strangers, makes socialization especially important for this mix. Introducing them to many different environments and people and forming a positive association with these experiences can help in training a friendly and calm Dusky. Even with a well-adjusted Dusky, we encourage caution and supervision around small children and animals.

Gerberian Shepsky: Siberian Husky German Shepherd Mix

Siberian Husky German Shepherd Mix

This gorgeous mix is said to have a powerful wolf-like appearance and a courageous spirit. A combination of a Husky and a German Shepherd, this hybrid goes by many names, including Siberian Shepherd, Husky Shepherd, and our favorite, the Gerberian Shepsky. Their lean, muscular physical and striking appearance will turn heads wherever they go.

Both parent breeds are hard-working and clever, and therefore, a Gerberian Shepsky will flourish in an environment where they are provided with extensive mental and physical stimulation. They have an innate drive to be an alpha with humans and animals alike. This means they should be monitored around other dogs and require an owner who commands their respect. If this healthy dynamic is achieved, the Gerberian Shepsky will prove to be a committed and doting companion.

Goberian: Siberian Husky Golden Retriever Mix


The Goberian is a beautiful and popular designer breed created by mixing the sociable Golden Retriever with the handsome Siberian Husky. This capable mix can excel in many different activities, including, but not limited to, agility training, obedience competitions, search and rescue, service jobs, and sledding.

In addition to their impressive physical abilities, the Goberian has many desirable personality traits as well. This breed is attentive, dutiful, affectionate, joyous, and lively. They are very bright and eager to please, making them very trainable. This breed is a medium-to-large-sized pup weighing anywhere from 35 to 80 pounds. Any prospective adopter should prepare for their Goberian to be on the larger end of that scale. They will have a double, weather-resistant coat, making them adaptable to various climates. The Goberian makes an ideal pet for many different families, including those with children.

Horgi: Siberian Husky Corgi Mix

Husky Corgi Mix Breed Dog in Grass

Close your eyes and picture a Siberian Husky with a Corgi body. Can’t stop smiling? Well, you’re in luck. This is not just in your imagination – this is a Horgi. An adorable medium-sized pup with little legs and a big heart. Sometimes known as a Corgsky or a Siborgi, whatever name you choose, this pup is an adaptable alternative for those who love Huskies’ beautiful coats and striking eyes but are concerned with their large size. On average, a Horgi will weigh between 20 to 50 pounds.

Corgis have a background in herding, and Huskies are notorious sledding dogs. Their mixed offspring will be equally energetic and alert. This hybrid has a generally positive disposition, natural devotion to owners, and above-average intelligence. With early socialization and proper training, the Horgi does well with children and is welcoming to visitors, making this adorable mix an ideal family companion.

Hugsky: Siberian Husky Pug Mix


Possibly one of the cutest names (and breeds) on this list is the adorable Hugsky nicknamed simply “the Hug.” This is a mix between a Pug and a Husky, which results in a dog with a distinctive muzzle, thanks to the squashed-faced Pug. Because the Pug is a small breed and the Husky is considered medium-to-large, the size of a Hugsy can vary widely. This breed will fall somewhere between 14 to 60 pounds, and it’s nearly impossible to predict which end of that large spectrum each individual Hugsky will fall.

The Hugsky is an active breed with mischievous tendencies if left alone and bored. To avoid any unwanted behavior, a Hugsky should spend plenty of stimulating time outdoors exploring. However, if their muzzle has the exaggerated shortness of a Pug, care should be taken that they are not overexercised, as this can cause health concerns for breeds with squished faces. Be warned – they are also known to be Houdini-level escapists, and extra precautions should be taken to ensure your Hugsky stays safely on your property. If they take after their Pug parent, a Hugsky can be silly and playful. However, no matter which breed they favor, they are sure to be devoted and loving.

Huskimo: Siberian Husky American Eskimo Mix


The family-friendly Huskimo is a mix between the Siberian Husky and American Eskimo dog. This breed is both playful and docile, making them an ideal choice for families with children. However, they require a commitment to daily exercise and may struggle in a family that is not naturally active. They can also be difficult to train and require a firm leader with the patience and time to work through this breed’s willfulness.

This medium-sized pup is energetic and ready to play at a moment’s notice. Raised with proper training and socialization, they are generally outgoing and welcoming to strangers. This mix is ideal for families with children willing to meet the Huskimo’s exercise demands and preferably have experience owning and training stubborn breeds.

Huskita: Siberian Husky Akita Mix

Huskita Mixed Breed Dog

If you have room for a giant breed in your life, the faithful Huskita could be a wonderful option. A mix between a Siberian Husky and an Akita, this hybrid weighs between 70 and 120 pounds. They have strong and independent tendencies, which can sometimes read as distant or detached. Don’t be discouraged. Despite their independence, this breed is intensely devoted to their family.  This is one of the most sought-after Akita mixes that you’ll find as well.

A natural hunter like the Husky and protective like the Akita, the Huskita is recommended for experienced owners who can take on the role of a pack leader and provide firm and consistent training. A well-adjusted Huskita will be energetic and playful, as well as adoring to their family. While not considered an aggressive breed, they can function as excellent watchdogs and should be socialized properly to distinguish between friendly visitors and possible intruders.

Husky Inu: Siberian Husky Shiba Inu Mix

Husky Inu

The Husky Inu can be described as having something between a wolf (Husky) and a fox (Inu) appearance. This beautiful mix between a Husky and a Shiba Inu is sure to turn heads. While this breed is certainly a looker, they are not a mix we recommend for everyone, especially first-time pet owners with little training experience. They can be stubborn, love to dominate, and have a high prey drive. The Husky Inu requires a firm and confident handler they respect as their leader to provide consistent coaching.

Because the Shibu Inu is notoriously aloof and the Husky can also have an independent streak, one should not expect an overly affectionate or needy canine from the Husky Inu. However, this does not mean they should be ignored, as they can become sulky if they feel too isolated. This is a compact and athletic pup, weighing between 18 to 30 pounds. They thrive in colder climates and make enthusiastic companions for those who love sledding and playing in the snow.

Muskiff: Husky Mastiff Mix


This Husky Mastiff mix is a very large and energetic breed, making them an option only for owners with the time and space to accommodate this pup’s needs. The Muskiff weighs between 60 to 110 pounds and, like many Mastiff mixes, are gentle giants. They can be somewhat shy, reserved around strangers, and protective of their family.

This mix is not suited for novice owners due to their size, strength, and stubbornness. If they don’t have an owner who sets clear boundaries and establishes themselves as the leader, the Muskiff is happy to take on the role of alpha and will become increasingly difficult to control. A well-cared-for Muskiff is wonderfully doting on children and an excellent adventure partner.

Pitsky: Husky American Pitbull Terrier Mix


This medium-to-large-sized pup is a beautiful mix between two powerful breeds: the Husky and the American Pitbull Terrier. While Pitskys usually have a good-natured and amiable disposition, they require lots of socialization to ensure these positive attributes outweigh their more protective and aggressive tendencies. They weigh around 35 to 65 pounds and have an impressive, muscular stature, which some may find intimidating.

Pitskys require a confident and attentive owner who will make them a part of the family and give them plenty of stimulation. They may be stubborn, so training should be a consistent part of any Pitsky owner’s routine. This hybrid does particularly well with children but should be monitored when introducing them to other dogs. In the right environment, a Pitsky can make a wonderful addition to your family.

Pomsky: Husky Pomeranian Mix


You may remember when the Pomsky took the internet by storm in 2011 after a viral BuzzFeed article featured pictures of Finnish Lapphund puppies and incorrectly declared them Pomskies. Despite these misleading images, the Pomsky was suddenly in high demand, and designer dog breeders were happy to oblige. However, real-life Pomskys are not nearly as small as the images circulating the internet suggest. On average, a fully matured Pomsky weighs between 20 and 30 pounds.

This mix is a playful and amicable breed that enjoys being the center of attention. Pomeranians can be considered a stubborn breed, so Pomskies require consistent and firm training. They can be prone to barking, which may prove problematic in an apartment setting. Overall, this lively and adorable breed, like the Corgsky, can be an excellent alternative to those seeking the Husky aesthetic without the size.

Rottsky: Siberian Husky Rottweiler Mix


The Rottsky, also known as a Huskweiler, is a unique mix between a Husky and a Rottweiler. This hybrid is extremely loyal, an excellent watchdog, and an affectionate companion. If properly socialized from a young age, the Rottsky does well around children and other animals. The Rottsky tends to look like a fleecy version of a Rottweiler. Many inherit heterochromia, where their eyes have different colors. It’s also common for Rottskies to sport the striking blue gaze of a Husky.

A Rottsky can vary quite widely in size, ranging anywhere from 50 to a whopping 100 pounds. This should be considered, and you should be prepared for a pup of that size. If you’re looking for a dog to keep you active, the Rottsky can make a perfect running partner while they are also content cuddling up next to you. What more could you want?

Siberian Pyrenees: Siberian Husky Great Pyrenees Mix

Husky Pyrenees

The majestic Siberian Pyrenees is both a powerful working dog and a gentle companion. They are intelligent and active with thick coats that may be all white or have Husky markings. While they are very tender and love TLC, the Siberian Pyrenees is an active dog at heart and needs proper stimulation and exercise to live a happy and balanced life.

This breed, like many on this list, can exhibit willfulness, which can make it difficult to train and handle them. Persistence with a respected leader will help break down this stubbornness and produce a well-mannered pup. Because of this and their somewhat rebellious spirit, we do not recommend the Siberian Pyrenees to people without prior canine experience.

Siberian Retriever: Siberian Husky Labrador Retriever Mix

Lab Husky

The Siberian Retriever mixes two widely popular breeds: the Labrador Retriever and the Siberian Husky. In general, this hybrid is large in stature and can favor either a Lab or a Husky in their appearance. The Huskador is an ideal family pet that is recognized for a friendly and loving disposition, obedience, and trainability. All of which makes them an ideal option for families with children and first-time owners.

The Siberian Retriever does best in an active family that is around often as they can suffer from separation anxiety and can develop bad habits like excessive barking and destructive behaviors if left alone and bored for too long. Consistent training is recommended for this breed to maintain proper manners. This breed scores high points in canine jobs, including military service, search and rescue, and service animal duties.

Siberpoo: Siberian Husky Poodle Mix


Poodles are a popular breed to mix, so of course, there is a Siberian Husky Poodle mix. With an adorable name like the Siberpoo, it should be no surprise that this mix is lively, spirited, and a popular designer breed. They bond very closely with their families, and it is important to socialize with them so they do not become too distrustful of those outside their “pack.” This breed should not be left unsupervised with young children as they can, in rare cases, exhibit aggressive tendencies and can be quite rambunctious.

A properly trained, well-adjusted Siberpoo will be sweet, affectionate, and playful. This mix will likely weigh between 45 to 60 pounds and have a double coat that can favor either parent. They are not a low-maintenance breed, with regular grooming requirements and demanding exercise needs. This should be considered when thinking of adopting a Siberpoo.

Final Thoughts

The Siberian Husky can certainly produce some incredible and beautiful mixes. Husky mixes make good dogs for companionship and come in different sizes and colors. This list only touches on a few Siberian Husky mixes, and we are sure there are many more that we’ve probably missed.  If you have a Husky mix you’d like us to include, make sure to drop us a line in the comments below. We know the list of these marvelous crossbreeds is growing, and love to hear from you about the breeds you adore.

Many times hybrids will bring in the best characteristics of both breeds, and that is certainly the case for a lot of the choices on our list. If you are interested in any of these beautiful Husky mixes, check with your local shelters. Your best friend might just be waiting for you to give them the forever home they deserve.

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  1. I have a gorgeous male siberian bi eyed big boy about 100lbs probably 20 lbs of hair lol his wife is RhodesiRidgeback. They chose each other like a Disney movie quit sweet. They’ve had 3 litters all over 10 each litter . Some of the dogs ended up looking identical to dingo. I didn’t realize there were black dingo for one thing . I assumed dingo were like coyotes but they really are not . They are truly beautiful I love all animals only thing I care about is they are well taken care of some of our puppies are living better then me and that’s just fine. Everyone keeps me updated I dog sit , go to their weddings . I’m always on call to stay in touch with my grand pups . I’m Glas no more breeding though I get way too attached to them turn into emotional wreck . It was a great experience. Love to all my fellow pet lovers ❤️ we r so lucky to have them in our lives

  2. Siberussell aka Jackpooh
    Bichusky aka Huskchon
    HuskYorkie aka YorSiberian
    Coton de Husky
    West Hihusky
    Italian Greysky
    I like them all and am most curious about the generations it would take to hypoallergenic Huskies.

  3. Hi how can i find out what breed is in my pup I just got her she is 8 weeks old , and how much do you think it would cost to find out thanking you Kel.

  4. My dog is a mixture of Siberian husky, German shepherd, Alaskan Malamute and Samoyed.
    She’s a loving dog to everyone she meets. Other dogs, or small animals are not allowed her.
    I was wondering if you knew what the breed was called.

    1. Michelle Schenker

      It is not common for there to be a formal name for a mix-breed that contains more than 2 breeds, so mutt is probably your best bet. But if you wanted to be more descriptive, perhaps consider Husky Malamute Samoyed German Shepherd Mix.

  5. Rusanne Masters

    I just adopted a husky mix from a local rescue facility. She is absolutly beautiful. She looks like a pitsky but not 100% sure. Her markings look like a pit and her eyes and ears are of the husky. Now that I have seen other mixes now I’m not sure if she really is a pitsky. Maybe her vet will be able to figure it out? I am very curious to know what she is mixed with.

  6. Vitalia Jaramillo

    I have an Alaskan malamute beautiful boy named,’Neuguy’ lol as he is the NewGuy, to my now 6 dog household. I rescued him from running in heavy traffic. Guided him out of danger then he followed Mr to my car and jumped in. I took him in and had him scanned they found owners contacted them but never got a response call back nothing so he became or ‘Neuguy’.. love him so very attached to me more than my husband.. but he is of a shorter legged body rather than tall and has blue blue eyes gorgeous. But ur info says typically brown eyes so what caused that and the shorter legs? He was rather aggressive with my golden retriever at first he would fight with her and she’s an older girl and he’s a younger guy. But has learned he must share his bubble with everyone else as they welcomed him into theirs he very protective and loving & affectionate with me follows me everywhere wait outin heat instead of staying inside if I go outside or to front house he’ll follow and wait so loyally for me… I tried calling him the name he was registered to other owners ‘Lukas’ he ignores me won’t even look my direction but when addressed as my Neuguy he comes running and stands up to hug and greet me every time I come home. At first helearned how open gate and get out but would always Comme right back and wait infront yard for me to let back in once I started telling him to stay home and wait for mom to come home he stopped digging under fence and stopped opening gate, I just make sure everyday I walk out gate to tell him stay home wait for mom and he will wait right there for me every time…he has a huge yard lots of room to run and play and every now and then gets let out for a little romp behind my house down the Bosque and ditch to explore.. he has even learned that all the dogs are big brothers and sisters to a young male cat/kitten and they love eachother play and kiss and never try to hurt him only think of him as thier pat cat he belongs to them they watch out for him and have become protective of him. How strange to be able to take in a young adult malamute and sway his natural habits to be not as typical behavior for one of breed… again though why the blue eyes short legs and change of behaviors most often occurs in his breed…and the not wanting to acknowledge his original name? Any thoughts? Sorry such long story I just can’t say enough of all my amazing furbabies..they are rescues of kind or another….can’t handle abandonment or neglect or abuse towards animals it kills me and my belief in mankind….we need stricter laws on animal cruelty and abuse. Like whatever is inflicted upon them should be suffered, because small fines are obviously not teaching people sympathy and compassion and understanding of animals needs and dependacy upon us and how much they give to us and love and appreciate us no matter wat they know unconditional love…k im done thank you all if read my rantings…..south valley in Albuquerque, NM, ….505……

  7. I have 7 pups, 4 weeks old…
    Siberian Husky Akbash mix … gorgeous and all white. 4 girls and 3 boys.
    Please let me know if your interested. Also… is there a name for this mix? SIBASH… so adorable 🥰

  8. I have a husky mix but not sure with which other breed, It seems to be German shepperd. He weighs 105 pounds is such a beautiful animal. Is at least 5’4” while standing

  9. We have a Japanese Spitz/Husky puppy. He is 6 months old now. Super cute. We are trying to work out how big he might get!

  10. Bradford Burkolder

    My Hoagie (found abandoned a 6 wks) is according to the DNA from Banfield Vet Hospital : 40 % Siberian Husky – 25 % American Staffordshire Terrier with 15% from Grandparents Boxer. Wherefore a blonde Huskie with Brendel black strips with one eye white the other blue/green. Basically, I tell ladies she is a blonde and went to the beauty parlor and asked for highlights so she looks like a Tiger… LoL
    Love to send you a photo, you’re in for a treat seeing her. ( female now 18 months old, 57 lbs) Brad, Albuquerque NM

  11. We have a Husky/Shiba Inu puppy and this description is right on! She is an amazing and lovable pup but best suited for older families with the time and ENERGY to keep them engaged.

  12. Stacy Schartiger

    I have a Husky American Bulldog mix but I don’t know what she’d be called. I know a Husky/Pitbull mix is a pitsky, but that’s technically a different breed altogether. Sasha is a beauty tho, although very energetic and temperamental. Do you happen to know what her breed would be called?

    1. Hi Stacy! While this mix is a little less common, they are called an American Bullsky. Sounds like she’s a beautiful pup!

  13. We are going to be welcoming a pup the week of Christmas. His dad is a purebred Husky and his Mom is a mix of Belgian Malinois and Great Pyrenees. We are excited to see how beautiful he will become.

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