Facts & Origin
Springer Husky (Springer Spaniel and Siberian Husky mix)
The Springer Husky is an unusual cross between a Springer Spaniel and a Siberian Husky. Both parent breeds have their roots in working with people - the Springer Spaniel as a hunting dog and the Siberian Husky as a sled dog. The combination of these two breeds results in an active and friendly dog that loves both working and companionship.
Suitability and attitude
Because of their energy and size, Springer Huskies are best in a home with a secure, large yard or with a family that leads an active lifestyle. They do well with children and other dogs, although their interactions should always be monitored. They can also do well in an active single person environment as long as their exercise and socialization needs are met .
|Origin||UK - USA|
|Life expectancy||12 - 15 years|
|Activity level||average to high - high|
|FCI group||not recognised|
|AKC group||not recognised|
|KC group||not recognised|
Attitude, character and temperament of the breed
Possible character traits
The Springer Husky is known for its energy and friendliness. They love to run and play and need plenty of exercise. They are also very social animals that get along well with people and other dogs. Their intelligence and desire to please make them excellent candidates for training and obedience training. However, they can also have an independent side that comes from their Husky ancestry.
The Springer Husky is an active, friendly and intelligent dog that can excel as a working dog as well as a pet . With proper care, plenty of exercise, and enough socialization, the Springer Husky can be an excellent companion for the right family or individual. Their blend of energy and friendliness makes them a unique and lovable breed.
Grooming and health
Springer Huskies require regular grooming to keep their coats healthy and mat-free. They may shed heavily seasonally and require additional grooming at that time. Because of their parent breeds, they can be prone to certain health problems , such as hip dysplasia, eye problems, and certain skin problems. Regular vet visits and a balanced diet can help keep them as healthy as possible.
What does this mixed breed look like?
With the genetic mix of Springer Spaniel and Siberian Husky, Springer Husky can have a wide range of physical characteristics. Typically, they are medium-sized, with a height between 50 and 60 cm and a weight between 18 and 27 kg. They may inherit the blue or brown eyes of the Husky or the dark eyes of the Spaniel. Their coat is usually medium length and can come in a variety of colors, including black, white, brown and combinations thereof.
Hip dysplasia (HD)
Hip dysplasia (HD) is a genetic condition in dogs where the hip joint is not shaped properly. This leads to pain, stiffness and restricted movement.
Often occur with allergies and intolerances.
Can be hereditary in certain breeds.
This hybrid breed usually has good stamina, low-maintenance coat, intelligent, friendly and affectionate traits, and beautiful appearance (a combination of Springer Spaniel and Siberian Husky traits).
He needs regular grooming to keep the coat shiny and healthy. A regular visit to the vet is also necessary to check the health of the animal and may be able to help to correct problematic behavior.
This hybrid breed comes from the meeting of a Springer Spaniel and a Siberian Husky.
One can assume a shoulder height of about 50 to 60 cm.
Yes, this hybrid breed needs regular attention and adaptability. Being very intelligent, they learn quickly and like to take on new challenges. They will love tasks that help them keep their minds busy.