Adorable Husky Mixes You’ll Fall In Love With
If you’re a dog lover, you’ve undoubtedly considered adding a Siberian Husky to your household. They are beautiful dogs (who resemble wolves) and have blue eyes and eye-catching facial markings. They are also very smart and very athletic.
Now, imagine what a Husky would look like if he was part Golden Retriever, Beagle, or Pit Bull? The results are actually quite beguiling and sometimes hypnotizing. Much of it has to do with the Husky’s signature ice-blue eyes. Check out some adorable Husky mixes…
This St. Bernard Mix Looks Like A Husky That Started Melting
You have to be a special kind of person to care for a large dog such as a St. Bernard. This little (soon to be big) guy is that with some Husky mixed in. As one person noted, “It looks like a husky that started melting. Is this what happens when you take them out of Alaska?”
Another person jokingly commented, “And the shedding! Hoover is probably behind this whole St Bernard/Husky thing.” While this is likely not true, you can imagine that this pup does shed a lot of hair.
Akira, Korean Jindo & Husky Mix, Has A Cute Little Stripe On Her Forehead
Some puppies are so adorable you just want to hug and squeeze their cute little faces. One person commented about this little girl, “Where can I get one? This is my dream dog, no joke.” Another added, “I want to kiss that cute little forehead stripe!” If you haven’t heard of a Jindo, then you’re not alone.
“I have a Jindo! They’re really rare in the US, but they’re awesome dogs,” commented another fan. The Korean Jindo is a hunting dog that comes from Jindo Island in South Korea. South Korean immigrants brought the breed to the United States.
Doesn’t This Husky/Pit Bull Mix Look A Bit Like John Travolta?
This pup is really quite unusual looking. One of his most powerful features is his eyes, which some people think resembles a certain actor. “Is that John Travolta in dog form?” joked one person on Reddit. To which another responded, “Have you seen the movie ‘Face/Off ‘ where he swaps faces with Nicolas Cage? Well, now with a dog.”
While he certainly is striking, not everyone knows what to think of this Husky and Pit Bull combination. “He is kind of funny looking. Unique I guess,” added another person.
This Floppy-Eared Husky, Border Collie, & Lab Mix Has A Nose ‘Made For Honking’
Talk about a breed(s) with a lot of energy. “Congratulations on your new full-time job running a Husky-Border Collie mix!” noted one person on Reddit who is obviously familiar with the amount of time it will take training such an active animal. Another added, “With that mix, I guarantee that dog is smarter than 90 percent of humans. He’s adorable! Congrats!”
A third person added, “That nose is made for honking.” The dog has the cutest ears and is named after the protagonist of the 2003 Disney animated feature film, Brother Bear.
Slade, A 12-Week-Old Husky/Heeler Mix, Looks Like An Albino Hyena
“Your puppo can ‘heel’ any broken heart,” one person commented about this beauty on Reddit, and we agree. That face is just so squeezable. One person pointed out that the dog resembles an albino hyena partially because of the ears. The owner responded, “He really does! His ears are too big for his head at the moment, lol.”
The owner got the dog from a friend for $175, and his name is Slade. “They’re brilliant dogs. My pup was potty trained almost immediately,” he noted.
This Husky/Golden Retriever Mix Has Gorgeous Blue Eyes
There’s no denying that this Husky and Golden Retriever mix is absolutely beautiful. One of the pup’s most stunning features, naturally, is its eyes, which are bright, shiny and blue. It’s so cute, you may just want to “boop its nose,” commented one user about the pic. These dogs are known as Goberians.
A new Goberian puppy can cost between $250 and $1500, which is quite steep. What makes a Goberian different from other Golden Retrievers is the eye color. That aside, it doesn’t resemble a Husky much at all.
Norman The Ponsky Is Part Husky, Part Pomeranian
Norman, who was born in 2016, has a Husky for a mom and a Pomeranian for a dad. He lives in Los Angeles and enjoys chew toys, treats, swimming, and going for walks. He’s a very people-friendly dog. On his Instagram account, you can see Norman posing in a variety of pictures.
This pic shows him getting ready for a fiesta. The caption reads, “I’m gonna fiesta like there’s no manana [tomorrow].” One person commented, “You are so handsome. Pawty it up!!!” We agree, Norman. There’s no time like the present to celebrate!
Walish Is A Cocker Spaniel, Husky & German Shepard Mix With Tiny Legs
“That’s a lot of energy in one house,” commented one person on Reddit about this adorable dog. You can’t see it in this picture, but the dog’s legs are really short, which makes sense since he’s part Cocker Spaniel. Another person wrote, “It looks like you Photoshopped half of a large dog onto a small dog’s legs.”
As for his name, no, he’s not named after Sean Connery’s pronunciation of the Scottish knight William Wallace (a.k.a., Walish). He’s named after a skier named Tom Wallisch.
Arya Is a A Great Pyrenees/Husky Mix With Different Colored Eyes
Arya is a two-year-old Great Pyrenees and Husky mix with one blue eye and one brown eye. She loves belly rubs more than anything. You can’t help but look at this dog and admire her incredible peepers. Do you know who else has two different-colored eyes? Actresses Mila Kunis and Kate Bosworth.
Does that mean that this pup is ready for Hollywood? The Great Pyrenees, also known as the Pyrenean Mountain Dog, is used as a livestock guardian dog. They are fearless, affectionate, strong-willed and gentle.
This Husky/Malamute Mix Enjoys Watching Baseball
Apparently, dogs like baseball too. And this guy had a grand time accompanying his owner to a game. “Instead of having outfielders they should have just let a few pups out there to retrieve balls, greyhounds would make it interesting,” commented one user on Reddit.
It’s not out of the realm of possibility. Some minor league teams have dogs as mascots who fetch balls that the players hit into the field in between innings and at the end of games. That’s got to be a big hit with any fans who are animal lovers.
Here’s The Cuteness You Get When You Mix A Husky With A Samoyed
While they may look very similar, a Husky and Samoyed are different breeds. The two are similar in size, and both breeds have thick coats. However, Samoyeds may have slightly thicker fur. Both come from Siberia and are known as sled dogs. Samoyed dogs are known for being stubborn, sociable, playful, and friendly.
You can’t help but look at this little guy and pet his fur. His beauty can melt your heart. File this under “Things that make you go awwwwww.”
This Captivating Husky/Boxer Mix Has A Stare That’s To Die For
There’s some disagreement over what you would call this Husky and Boxer combination. Is it a Busky or a Hoxer? Or maybe it’s a Bosky? There’s no doubt about it, this is one handsome dog. “It’s awesome cause it has that classic boxer stare,” commented one user on Reddit.
Boxers tend to be fearless, devoted, smart, energetic, playful, friendly and brave. As with many other breeds on this list, this guy is probably a little hyper due to its genetics. But his cuteness will win you over every time.
This Quarter Husky, Quarter Boxer & Half Golden Retriever Has Ice Blue, ‘White Walker’ Eyes
Wow, what a beautiful dog. And again, it’s all about the eyes. According to a man whose brother owns the dog, “Her mom escaped from the golden retriever breeder and got knocked up by the neighbor’s half husky half boxer. So that’s how this pup came to be.” Sometimes you can’t stop love.
What should a dog like this be called? One person suggested she should be known as a Golden Husker. Another person commented that the dog looks like an evil White Walker from Game of Thrones due to her ice-blue eyes.
Jeffrey Is Part Husky, Part Irish Terrier & Kind Of Looks Like Actor Jeremy Irons
Some people think this dog resembles English actor Jeremy Irons. We can sort of see the resemblance. But the biggest thing about this combination is that the dog is probably a little bit hyper. One person commented, “You were gone for 5 minutes, so I ate the couch and put paw marks on the ceiling because I thought you were gone forever let’s go for a three-hour run!”
The owner responded, “Haha that’s Jeffrey alright. He’s usually not the destructive type, but he’ll act like we were gone for four years whenever we go to the store or run errands.”
Monty Is A Combo Of Husky & Beagle & He Can See Through Your Soul
Monty can see through your soul with those breathtaking eyes, don’t you think? We’re not sure what compelled nature to put together these two breeds, but the result is stunning. Monty is a beautiful dog and you literally cannot keep your eyes off of him.
Beagles are small hound dogs that are intelligent, even-tempered, and gentle. But they’re also very excitable, so we’re sure this Husky-Beagle mix is quite the handful. That’s not anything a little training can’t fix.
Po Is A Lovable Husky/Bull Dog Mix
Meet Po, a Husky Bulldog mix. This type of dog is very loving and affectionate and has a lot of energy. This combination is known for having a big heart that matches its big body. They are very loyal and playful.
Huskies were imported from Alaska in the early 1900s to be used as sled dogs during the gold rush. As for Bull Dogs, the word “bull” comes from the canine’s use in the sport of bull-baiting. These animals developed stocky bodies and big heads and jaws.
Lexi The Newfsky Lives In Germany & Is Very Photogenic
This is what you get when you combine a Husky with a Newfoundland. Lexi lives in Germany with her owner, and you can’t deny that she is a gorgeous dog. What’s particularly compelling about Lexi is her coat. And while she doesn’t have the Husky’s signature blue eyes, she’s still captivating.
The Newfoundland working dog is usually either black, brown, or white and black. They are known for being sweet-tempered, trainable, and gentle. That combined with some Husky traits (intelligent, outgoing, and friendly) makes for a really good canine.
Koda The Pugsky Loves In The Big Apple & Playing In The Snow
Koda the Pugsky is a Husky Pug rescue from New York City. He’s a very striking dog with bright blue eyes and other Husky characteristics mixed in with a little Pug here and there. Pugs are known for their wrinkly, short-muzzled faces and curled tails. Koda’s tail is more straight than curly.
Pugs are stubborn, clever, charming, sociable and playful. Koda is similar to a Husky in that he loves the snow. His owners also put little snow booties on him in the winter to protect his paws.
This Husky-Corgi Mix Is ‘Delightfully Stubby’
It’s all about the legs with this one. Some people are a little confused about the process that went into creating this dog (we’ll leave that to your imagination). One person joked on Reddit, “There was either a step ladder or a ditch involved.” Either way, this pup is pretty cute.
What would you call this combination? A Horgi? A Corgski? A Hurgski? While the pup is quite adorable, it’s very likely it’s also stubborn. “HE’S SO DELIGHTFULLY STUBBY,” as someone commented. We agree 100 percent.
This Shiba/Husky Mix Really Likes Hooman Food
According to this pup’s owner, the dog’s eyes and her penetrating stare makes it really hard not to give in when she begs for people food. “She’ll keep slowly inching towards me until her face is an inch from mine,” she noted. The owner gets a lot of support from others who have Shibas that do the same thing.
So what do you call a dog like this? A Shusky? A Husba? A Shiba Husky? Fortunately, after a year and a half this pup calmed down when it came to people food. “She’s really come around though and has turned out to be a great member of the family,” the owner explained.