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PostSubject: Mix Breed Help   Mix Breed Help EmptySun Oct 30, 2011 8:55 pm

Hey I want to get a husky but am looking for a mix breed so it can hopefully have lower energy and a medium sized dog... Are there any specific mixes i should be looking for?
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PostSubject: Re: Mix Breed Help   Mix Breed Help EmptySun Oct 30, 2011 9:28 pm

I wouldn't recommend getting a mix breed puppy. Most likely the breeder isn't a reputable breeder (they wouldn't breed mixes). Huskies are supposed to be medium sized. Females are only supposed to be 20 to 22 inches at the shoulders and males 21 to 23.5 inches. Show dogs tend to have lower energy levels (at least from my experience). You should look for a good breeder who shows their dogs and tell them what you are looking for. A good place to start if you're in the US is the Siberian Husky Club Of America's website. They have a breeder's referal page with lists of breeders by state.


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PostSubject: Re: Mix Breed Help   Mix Breed Help EmptySun Oct 30, 2011 9:36 pm

This question is nearly impossible to answer unfortunately. Every dog is different and the only way to GUESS what traits a dog inherited from its parents' breeds is to know the parents. Unfortunately, any mix you get is likely going to be older and from a shelter, giving you no information on the dog's background. Besides, at that rate, you'd get a more accurate read on temperament by getting to know the dog itself.

I would simply go to a shelter or search pet finder for a dog that fits the description of what you want. You can request husky mixes if you'd like, but if you're going for a mixed breed anyway, I would just speak with the shelter employees to find the DOG that's right for you regardless of breed. Because honestly? If you don't want the energy of a husky, then there's no sense looking for a husky mix anyway. Just go meet some dogs and find one that appeals to you in looks and temperament Smile

Good luck!

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