Hybrid Breed

Boxer + Siberian Husky


Boxer and Siberian Husky mix - a hybrid breed.

The Boxer Husky is the perfect family dog: loyal, protective and very affectionate. This mixed breed is a cross between the Boxer and the Siberian Husky, two of the most popular dog breeds in the world. The Boxer Husky is a medium to large dog with a thick coat that is perfect for cold winter nights.

What are breed characteristics of this mix dog?

The Boxer-Siberian Husky mix is a medium to large sized dog. They have a muscular body with a broad chest and strong legs. They usually weigh between 25-32 kg and are 54-63 cm tall. They have a short, dense coat that is typically white or tan in color. Their ears are erect and their tails are long and tapered.

Alternate Name -
Origin Germany / USA
Life expectancy 10 - 15 years
Care requirements low-maintenance - high-maintenance
Activity level average to high - high
FCI group not recognised
AKC group not recognised
KC group not recognised

Possible character traits of Boxer and Siberian Husky mix - Such is probably his nature.

A Boxer-Siberian Husky mix is a loyal, loving and protective dog that makes an excellent family pet. They are also intelligent and playful, which makes them excellent companions. They need a lot of exercise, so if you are not an active person, this breed may not be right for you. They also have a strong prey drive. So if you have small pets, you need to keep a close eye on them.


  • energetic
  • friendly
  • fearless
  • dedicated
  • intelligent
  • loyal
  • brave
  • playful
  • sociable
  • concentrated
  • meek
  • quick


  • Watchdog
  • Family Dog
  • Police Dog
  • Sled dog
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What diseases can occur in Boxer and Siberian Husky mix.

There are some known health problems that are common in Boxer-Siberian Husky mixes. These problems include hip and elbow dysplasia, both inherited conditions that can lead to joint pain and mobility problems. Other health problems that have been observed in this breed include allergies, eye problems such as cataracts and glaucoma, and heart disease such as cardiomyopathy and congestive heart failure. While these health problems can be serious, not all Boxer Siberian Husky mixes are affected.

A Boxer-Siberian-Husky mix usually has a short, smooth coat that is brown and white in color. However, the exact coat pattern and colors can vary depending on the pedigree of the individual dog.

Fur length short - medium
Fur flat coated
Ear shape Floppy Ear - Standing Ears
Tail lang - fanned out
Anatomy square, hefty, rugged, strong, sporty
Size ♀ 50 - 60 cm
Weight ♀ 16 - 29 kg
Size ♂ 54 - 65 cm
Weight ♂ 20 - 32 kg
Suitable For -
  • Epilepsy

    Definition: Dog has epilepsy if, for example, at least two epileptic seizures occur more than 24 hours apart.

  • Cardiomyopathy

    In large breeds of dogs, dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) is by far the most common cardiomyopathy.

  • Kidney disease

    Symptoms of kidney disease in dogs: increased urination (polyuria) increased water intake. Inflammation of the mucous membrane of the mouth. Loss of appetite

  • Wobbler syndrome

    In veterinary medicine, this is the name given to a complex of symptoms caused by nerve damage in the area of the spinal cord or spinal cord nerves in the area of the cervical spine.

  • Eye diseases

    Often occur with allergies and intolerances.

  • Skin inflammations

    Can be hereditary in certain breeds.

  • Hip dysplasia (HD)

    The hip dysplasia or hip joint dysplasia of the dog (HD) is a maldevelopment of the hip joint.

  • A Boxer-Siberian Husky mix is a cross between two purebred dogs, the Boxer and the Siberian Husky.

  • The appearance of these mixed breeds can be very different, but usually they have some characteristics of both the Boxer and the Siberian Husky. For example, they may have the short coat of the Boxer and the blue eyes of the Husky.

  • Again, this depends on the dog, but in general these mixed breeds are very friendly and outgoing. They can also be very energetic and need a lot of exercise.

  • This depends on which parent breed the dog follows more. If they have the short coat of the Boxer, they will need to be brushed regularly, but otherwise will not need much grooming. If they have the longer coat of the husky, they will need to be brushed more often and may need occasional bathing.

  • Yes, these mixed breeds generally get along well with children. They tend to be very affectionate and patient, which makes them good playmates.

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