Hybrid Breed

Pug + Siberian Husky

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Siberian Husky and Pug mix - a hybrid breed

Are you looking for a loving, easy to care for puppy? Then the Siberian Husky and Pug mix is for you! This unique and rare "breed" is perfect for families of all kinds.

What are breed characteristics of this mix dog?

The average Siberian Husky and Pug mix dog is medium sized and can grow to be 51 cm tall and weigh 18 kg. They have a thick, double coat that is white, black and brown in color. Their eyes are brown and their nose is black. They have a short, compact body with short legs. Their tail is curled and their ears are erect.

Alternate Name -
Origin China / USA
Life expectancy 12 - 15 years
Care requirements low-maintenance - high-maintenance
Activity level low - high
FCI group not recognised
AKC group not recognised
KC group not recognised
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Possible character traits of Siberian Husky and Pug mix - Such is probably his nature.

The Siberian Husky and Pug mix is a newer breed cross that is becoming increasingly popular among dog owners. This cross is a blend of two very different dog breeds, the Siberian Husky and the Pug. The result is a dog that combines the best of both worlds.

The Siberian Husky is a medium to large dog breed that was originally bred in Siberia. They are known for their thick fur that keeps them warm even in the coldest climates. They are also known for being very independent and stubborn.

The Pug is a small to medium sized dog breed that originated in China. Pugs are known for their flat faces, large eyes and wrinkled skin. They are also known for being very affectionate and loving.

The combination of these two different dog breeds results in a medium sized dog with a thick coat. They are independent and stubborn like the Siberian Husky, but they are also affectionate and loving like the Pug.

The mix of Siberian Husky and Pug is the good companion for people who live in colder climates - it is very uncommon though. They are also a good choice for people who are looking for a dog that is both independent and affectionate.

Character

  • attentive
  • charming
  • compliantly
  • smart
  • stubborn
  • affable
  • playful
  • friendly
  • intelligent
  • sociable
  • concentrated
  • meek
  • quick

Usage

  • Companion Dog
  • Family Dog
  • Watchdog
  • Sled dog
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What diseases can occur in Siberian Husky and Pug Mix.

If you are thinking about adding a Siberian Husky Pug Mix to your family, you should be aware of the potential health issues that this breed may have. Some of the most common health problems that occur in Siberian Husky-Pug mixes include hip dysplasia, patellar luxation, and eye problems such as glaucoma and cataracts. Breathing problems are uncommon because the Pug does struggle with them, but by mixing them with a long-billed breed, this problem will not occur.

Hip dysplasia is a condition where the hip joint does not form properly, which can cause pain and lameness. Patellar luxation is another condition that can cause pain and lameness and causes the kneecap to slip out of position. Both conditions can be corrected with surgery, but are considered serious health problems.

Eye problems are also quite common in Siberian Husky Pug mixes. Glaucoma is a condition that can lead to blindness and is common in this breed. Cataracts are another type of eye problem that can occur and can also lead to blindness.

While the health problems listed above are the most common that occur in Siberian Husky Pug mixes, this list is not exhaustive. If you are considering adding a new dog to your family, be sure to consult with your veterinarian to ensure the breed is a good fit for your lifestyle and health history.

This mixed breed dog has a dense, thick, medium to long coat. The hair feels soft and silky and has a slight wave to it. The most common colors are black and white, but they also come in various shades of gray, brown and red. Some have blue or green eyes, others have brown or amber eyes.

Fur length short - medium
Fur flat coated
Ear shape Tilt-ear - Standing Ears
Tail stubby - fanned out
Anatomy massive, square, hefty, rugged, strong, sporty
Size ♀ 22 - 56 cm
Weight ♀ 6 - 23 kg
Size ♂ 25 - 60 cm
Weight ♂ 6 - 27 kg
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  • Breathing problems

    Dogs with shortened muzzles can often experience respiratory problems.

  • Denture malocclusions

    Malocclusions of the dentition often occur in dogs with short muzzles.

  • Heart disease

    Can occur frequently in dogs and can sometimes be treated with medication.

  • Hip dysplasia (HD)

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

  • Shortness of breath

    Difficult breathing can be recognized by the dog's rattling and sometimes accelerated breathing rate.

  • Overweight

    Often, unfortunately, the dogs very much under excess weight. But the dogs themselves are never to blame!

  • Eye diseases

    Often occur with allergies and intolerances.

  • Skin inflammations

    Can be hereditary in certain breeds.

  • A mix of a Siberian Husky and a Pug usually has the body shape of a Siberian Husky and the head and facial features of a Pug. They usually have a short, dense coat that is either black, brown or white in color.

  • A mix of a Siberian Husky and a Pug usually has the friendly and outgoing personality of a Siberian Husky with the playfulness and love of attention of a Pug. They usually get along well with other pets and children.

  • A mix of a Siberian Husky and a Pug usually weighs between 13 and 22 Kg and is between 18 and 24 centimeters tall.

  • A mix of a Siberian Husky and a Pug will usually live between 10 and 13 years.

  • Yes, Siberian Husky and Pug mixes make great pets! They are usually very friendly and outgoing and usually get along well with other pets and children.

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