No one can make a convincing argument against Huskies being the marathon runners of the canine world. And the French Bulldog would surely make most people’s top five list for the cutest clown.
If you thought someone originally blended them out of curiosity about the peculiar and bizarre, you probably are partially correct.
However, it seems the Husky French Bulldog mix is here to stay, and it turns out to have many great qualities.
A French Bullsky is a Husky French Bulldog mix, most commonly involving the Siberian Husky. The outcome of the cross is a medium-sized dog with erect ears and an otherwise variable appearance.
Most dogs will have a white coat with patches of color or will be fawn. The coat will be short but dense, the body compact and slightly round, and the tail medium in length and curly.
If you acquire such a mix, she is likely to be friendly and outgoing with a healthy sense of humor, a good nature around kids, and no use as a guard dog.
As designer dogs become more popular, you can find such a mix as the French Bullsky more easily than ever.
This guide provides some information about the two breeds and comes up with a few projections about what the puppies will be like.
You can get an idea about whether a French Bulldog Husky mix is the right type of dog for you based on appearance, size, adaptability, activity level, talents, disposition, and health.
What was the purpose of creating the French Bullsky?
There is not much history written about the Siberian Husky French Bulldog mix. The designer dog craze branched from the love affair with the “Doodles,” which has yet to have died down.
Much of the motivation behind crossing Frenchies is to improve their health by moderating a few of the exaggerated traits.
Many puppies are an even blend of their parents, but some are more like one or the other.
A few features, such as dwarfed legs, have become dominant over the generations and pass down consistently. But breathing abilities often improve.
Undoubtedly, the Husky Frenchie mix resulted partially from curiosity. Other goals were likely to improve the French Bulldog’s athleticism, add unusual colors, and make the Siberian Husky less serious and intense.
Where did the parent breeds come from?
The Husky and French Bulldog arose from two continents.
Siberian Huskies originated where their name says, Siberia. Natives, the Chukchis, developed the Husky in Southeastern Russia about 4,000 years ago to help them hunt reindeer.
Sled hauling only came as a result of a colder climate change and increased migrations of the reindeer. Hunters used dogs to haul their hunting supplies and essentials to follow the herds.
The domestication of reindeer led to them replacing Siberian Huskies for pulling heavy sleds. Huskies found use in light sledding at high speeds as well as herding. They also made good companions during recreational periods.
Exportation of the Siberian Husky to the US began in 1914. Leonhard Seppala proved the breed’s sled racing supremacy when he won the All Alaska Sweepstake for three consecutive years.
Seppala also helped lead two teams to deliver life-saving serum across over 550 miles of harsh wintry conditions to save an Alaskan town from diphtheria. Seppala and his famous lead dog Togo had a large part in the start of the Iditarod tradition. The AKC accepted the Siberian Husky as a working dog in 1930.
French Bulldogs originated in England rather than France. They were the result when fanciers miniaturized the Bulldog in the 1830s.
As the ring around bull-baiters in England tightened due to the enforcement of an animal cruelty ban, Bulldog breeders sought to expand into the pet market or the more clandestine rat and dogfighting pits.
Their aims eventually split the breed between Toy Bulldogs, strong and agile Bull and Terriers, and caricatured pet dogs with bowed legs and huge undershot jowls.
Aggressive crossbreeding eventually brought about the extinction of the Old English Bulldog.
The Industrial Revolution hastened the disappearance of the Toy Bulldog as well whom the English no longer desired. Most Miniature Bulldogs moved to France in the 1860s with their crafts working owners.
The working-class further refined the French Bulldog with local Rat Terrier and possibly Pug bloodlines. French Bulldogs exploded in popularity among restaurant maître d’s and prostitutes.
Their arrival in the US met with overwhelming enthusiasm, and American fanciers would stamp the breed with its signature bat ears.
The AKC recognized the French Bulldog in 1898 in the nonsporting class. A rare sight in the 1940s, the Frenchie sprang to the second most popular dog in the US as of 2021.
How can you compare two vastly different breeds?
A table seems the clearest way to illustrate the differences and similarities between the Siberian Husky and French Bulldog.
Siberian Husky vs. French Bulldog
|Purpose||Hunting, herding, guarding, sledding||Companion|
|Height||18 to 24 inches||11 to 13 inches|
|Weight||35 to 65 pounds||16 to 28 pounds|
|Traits||Wedge-shaped head, upright ears, lithe compact frame, curled tail||Squarehead round on top, flat face, bat ears, round squat body, short variable tail|
|Coat||Short to medium dense double coat||Short, smooth, thin undercoat|
|Colors||Any, commonly black or red with white, white with patches, black and tan||Fawn, cream, white, or brindle; nonstandard include chocolate, lilac, blue, and others|
|Eyes||Almond-shaped; brown, blue, or any mix||Round, wide-set; dark brown, dilute coats either amber or blue eyes|
|Disposition||Friendly, extroverted, smart, alert, intense||Affectionate, playful, alert, social|
|Strangers||Friendly, sometimes aloof at first||Friendly wants attention|
|Children||Best w/ older kids; very rambunctious||Great; precautions against injury or suffocation|
|Other Dogs||Great; caution with tiny dogs||Good; caution with large dogs|
|Grooming||Brush multiple times weekly||Soft brush weekly|
|Lifespan||12 to 15 years||10 to 14 years|
|Health||Hip dysplasia, eye problems, zinc deficiency||Skin and ear infections, IVDD, breathing problems, knee issues, heat sensitivity|
|Training||Headstrong, independent||Stubborn, lack of focus|
|Intelligence Ranking||No. 45/79||No. 58/79|
|Activity||High||Moderate to high, maybe exercise intolerant|
|Daily Exercise||2 hours plus||45 min to 1 hour|
|Handles the Cold||Yes; subzero temperatures if active, acclimated, and not prolonged exposure||No; approaching freezing levels needs clothing|
|Handles the Heat||Yes; 85 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit with humidity below 15 to 20%||No; Prone to heat exhaustion, stress, and stroke above 80 degrees Fahrenheit|
What does a Husky French Bulldog look like?
Your French Bullsky will probably be 12 to 18 inches tall at the shoulder and weigh from 25 to 60 pounds.
A French Bulldog Husky’s body will be compact and sturdy, and she will have strong slightly shortened legs. Her head will appear relatively large and rather square with a medium-short broad muzzle. She will also have a broad chest that is not extremely deep.
The Husky French Bulldog cross has ears that are upright and relatively wide without quite the bat shape of the Frenchie’s nor the neat triangle of a Husky’s. The tail will be medium in length and curl over the back.
a French Bullsky’s coat will be short and smooth with moderately thick underfur. Her most common colors are white with black or brindle patches, fawn with white markings, blue fawn, blue brindle, brindle, or tricolor (brown, black, and white).
Regardless of the color of their coats, most Husky Frenchie crosses except dark brindles and black dogs have striking black markings on their faces. Many have a broad white blaze that runs down the center of their face from the forehead to the nose.
French Bullskies have oval to round eyes that give them an open expression. Their eyes can be brown or various shades of blue or a mix. Either the eyes can each be a different color, or you can see two colors in various patterns in one eye.
Video Example of Appearance
This is not a far cry from how many Husky French Bulldogs will look. The basic color appears fawn with a black trace on the back. The “dirty” coloring on the lower legs may indicate some brindling. Without seeing the body, it is impossible to tell if this puppy may have minimal brindle striping.
Features of note are the hint of an undershot jaw, subtle shortening of the black muzzle, and a pronounced dip in the face, all hints of the French Bulldog heritage.
Without knowing the pup’s age, it is uncertain whether the ice blue eyes will remain that color, but the shade certainly suggests they will.
The ears are rather broad and so resemble German Shepherd ears rather than Husky ears. The floppiness of the one ear is normal for a young puppy.
Notice the Husky-like tail and the striking and unique dark markings on the forehead heading towards the eyes.
What can you expect of the temperament?
Your mixed dog will be active, alert, bright, and outgoing.
Likely to love everyone who visits you, your French Bullsky make or may not bark a warning or greeting.
It is difficult to predict whether your dog will inherit the high singing voice of a Husky or the baby-like squawk of the Frenchie. Regardless, you should prepare to have a vocal dog that likes to talk to you and howl.
Puppies are extremely lively and downright boisterous during adolescence. Socialization is crucial because some Huskies can be shy without exposure to enough people.
Unsocialized French Bulldogs can develop inappropriate body language and behavior around other dogs. A shy French Bullsky may become snappy and aggressive.
French Bullskies are exceptionally good with children of various ages. Rambunctious when young, they tend to develop a sense of gentleness as they mature.
Without the exaggerated short muzzle of a purebred Bulldog, they have excellent stamina and the temperament to play for hours. You will probably need to monitor play periods in case your dog does not understand his limits.
Siberian Huskies come from extremely social backgrounds, renowned for their ability to cooperate with a huge number of dogs on a team.
Frenchies are innately social. If you do not neglect socializing with your puppy, your dog will be a great playmate for other dogs.
Your dog needs plenty of exercises
You should exercise your Husky French Bulldog cross for 60 to 90 minutes every day. Your dog will benefit most if you split activities between two or more sessions.
If your pet has inherited a particularly short muzzle, use caution in the duration of your exercises, especially if the weather is warm.
French Bullskies are athletic, and you should consider a variety of activities to engage their minds and keep them active.
- Possible light sledding – Depends on the dog’s conformation
French Bulldog Husky hybrids are healthy
Your new pet is likely to live until the age of 12 to 16 years old. The most likely health issues are orthopedic and eye challenges, but your dog may also encounter breathing difficulties, hypothyroidism, allergies, and skin infections.
- Skinfold dermatitis – Your Bullsky will likely have fewer folds than a purebred Frenchie, so this is an uncommon problem
- Allergies – Can involve food or environmental allergies
- Luxating patella (Frenchie) – Kneecap comes out of position intermittently
- Hypothyroidism (both) – Low thyroid activity
- Progressive retinal atrophy (Husky) – Common in dogs with different genes involved according to the breed; Dogs begin with night blindness which progresses to complete vision loss
- Juvenile cataracts (Husky) – Appear at 3 to 6 months of age
- Corneal dystrophy (Husky)
- Degenerative myopathy (Frenchie) – Progressive loss of muscular function eventually leading to paralysis
- IVDD or slipped disc (Frenchie) – Painful back condition that can also cause paralysis
- Deafness (Both) – Often associated with a lot of white on the face
- Corneal dystrophy (Husky) – Opacity caused by fat deposits in the outer layer of the eye; Does not affect vision but can cause increased light sensitivity
When you search for a litter of Husky Frenchie crosses, the breeder will ideally have a history of certifications on the parents. Recommended tests are hip and eye certifications on both contributing breeds as well as heart and knee evaluations on French Bulldogs.
Puppies can obtain ophthalmological examinations at a young age. Once you acquire your pup, you should have her eyes examined every year.
How difficult is training?
Your French Bullsky will be intelligent but not the most obedient or trainable dog. Whether ranked out of 80 breeds or 138, the Husky and Frenchie score only fair and below average in working intelligence, respectively.
It is fair to assume that training your mixed dog will be like working with a Boston Terrier, Welsh Terrier, or Akita.
You need to be self-assured, patient, and firm because you will get arguments out of your dog during training.
You will find yourself repeating commands over and over. Your pet will not respond to harshness or force.
Use regular feeding routines
You have no doubt heard feeding advice again and again. Provide fresh, clean water always and feed good-quality dog food.
What does quality mean? The question can be complex for dogs as they can subsist on proteins that come from sources other than meat.
However, experts tend to agree that the more abundant the meat in dog food the higher it is quality and the less you need to feed. More named meats also contribute to a higher premium diet.
Of additional importance for dogs are essential vitamins and minerals that may not be in proper quantities in the ingredients. Chelated minerals help your dog absorb them more efficiently.
Your 50-pound French Bullsky will need 600 to 900 calories every day according to activity level, health, and age.
Puppies may require twice the amount as adults and nursing and pregnant mothers three times the calories of relatively sedentary dogs. Working dogs also require considerably more than your typical pet.
Keep in mind, both French Bulldogs and Siberian Huskies tend to become overweight. As active as Siberian Huskies are, evolution and artificial selection have given them surprisingly low metabolic requirements.
Grooming is fairly easy
Your French Bullsky will have a thinner, softer, and smoother coat than a Husky. You need to brush it with a pin or wire brush and a polishing brush every few days.
Your dog will require a bath with a mild shampoo every one to three months. Wipe any folds around the face every other day or more.
Trim the nails once a month and brush the teeth twice weekly. Check the ears biweekly at least, looking for scabs, redness, or abnormal discharge.
All aspects of the grooming process will be easier if you establish a routine and accustom your pet to it at a young age.
French Bullskies shed moderately the entire year. You may notice an increase in shedding in the fall and spring when the undercoat is traded out.
Increasing your brushing and rinsing during these times will decrease the number of loose hairs all over your home.
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- Doberman Husky Mix
- Great Pyrenees Husky Mix
- Great Dane Husky Mix
- Rottweiler Husky Mix
- Chihuahua Husky Mix
- Akita Husky Mix
- Boxer Husky Mix
- Malamute Husky Mix
- Chow Chow Husky Mix
- Pitbull Husky Mix
- Pug Husky Mix
- Pomeranian Husky Mix
- Labrador Husky Mix
- Australian Shepherd Husky Mix
- Golden Retriever Husky Mix
- Bernese Mountain Dog Husky Mix
- Beagle Husky Mix
- Poodle Husky Mix
Golden Retriever Husky Mix = Golden Retrievsky
- The Golden Retriever Husky Mix is a wonderful companion for athletes. They can keep up with a moderate to an intense exercise routine.
- You need to be careful in humid and hot days because they cannot tolerate the heat as much as they tolerate the cold weather.
- The Husky Golden Retriever Mix dogs may be prone to joint dysplasia, heart problems, and eye disorders.
- The Golden Retriever Husky Mix needs about two grooming sessions per week to keep the coat tangle-free and healthy.
Learn more about the Golden Retriever Husky Mix
Boxer Husky Mix = Busky
- The Boxer Husky Mix dog is the combination of the independent Siberian Husky and the wary Boxer. Both of the parent breeds are working dogs.
- The Husky Boxer Mix puppies will need early socialization to become less aggressive to friendly strangers.
- The Boxer Husky Mix dogs are full of endurance and have high energy. You will need to take them to long walks and engage them in fetching.
- You need to brush the Husky Boxer Mix dog’s coat weekly with a curry brush or toothed comb.
Learn more about the Boxer Husky Mix.
Husky Rottweiler Mix = Rottsky
- The Husky Rottweiler Mix dog is an excellent companion and watchdog. It is a loving and social dog with a talent for spotting suspicious acts and people.
- The Rottweiler Husky Mix dogs enjoy long treks and jogging. They can play a game of fetch too.
- The amount of food will depend on the size, weight, level of activity, and the age of the Husky Rottweiler mix dog.
- You can consult with a veterinarian about your dog’s diet to attain the optimal nutrition.
Learn more about the Rottweiler Husky Mix.
Great Pyrenees Husky Mix = Great Pyrensky
- The parent breeds of the Great Pyrenees Husky Mix have strong personalities.
- The Husky Great Pyrenees Mix can be excellent therapy dogs and rescue dogs. They interact well with other people as they give affection.
- The Great Pyrenees Husky Mix needs an average of three cups of dog food per day.
- I recommend that this mixed breed should have at least 45 minutes of physical activity per day.
Learn more about the Great Pyrenees Husky mix.
Corgi Husky Mix = Corgsky
- The adorable Corgi Husky Mix puppies are moderate to heavy shedders.
- Brushing their coat once or twice per week will help with the maintenance of their coat.
- Both of the parent breeds of the Husky Corgi mix has a genetic predisposition to gain weight quickly. Its Corgi origin makes it vulnerable to back problems.
- You should do comprehensive research on the available and qualified breeders near you for the Corgi Husky Mix.
- You can also inquire about this pup in general or breed-specific rescue shelters.
Poodle Husky Mix = Poosky
- The origin of the Poodle Husky mix is unknown, but I will share the history of its parent breeds.
- Chukchi people raised the Siberian Husky as working dogs. The dogs pulled sleds with walrus meat towards the village.
- The Poodle hails from Germany. They used to hunt waterfowl.
- The Husky Poodle Mix dogs are intelligent. They are also loyal and friendly to family members and amiable people.
- You should provide them with high-quality and nutritious food packed with vitamins and minerals. Consult with a veterinarian when you see signs of malnutrition.
Learn more about the Poodle Husky Mix.
Doberman Husky Mix = Dobersky
- The Doberman Husky Mix is an obscure Husky mix. I compiled some information on its parent breeds instead.
- The Doberman is an excellent watchdog. They can protect the family members well.
- The Husky dogs love to socialize with other people.
- Both of the parent breeds are active breeds. The Husky Doberman Mix is expected to need hours of physical activity daily.
- You should find reliable breeders or breed-specific kennel clubs where you can adopt this Husky mix.
Learn more about the Doberman Husky mix.
Akita Husky Mix = Huskita
- The Akita Husky Mix is notably not a good pet for first-time owners.
- The Husky Akita Mix puppies may exhibit independence and wander around the neighborhood. They are playful as well.
- The Akita Husky Mix sheds lightly, unlike its Husky parent. You need to brush its coat for a few times per week.
- You need to feed the Husky Akita Mix dog four to five cups of dry dog food. You may add more if the dog has more physical activity.
Learn more about the Akita Husky mix.
Bernese Mountain Dog Husky Mix = Bernese Mountsky
- The Bernese Mountain Dog Husky mix is another obscure Husky mix, but you will learn more about this mixed breed by looking at their parent breeds.
- Both of its parent breeds are working dogs. The Bernese Mountain Dog came from Switzerland, while the Siberian Husky came from northeastern Russia.
- The Bernese Mountain Dog mix needs feed that are formulated for large dog breeds. The Siberian Huskies are known to be ‘easy keepers,’ meaning they only need a small amount of food each day.
- You need to brush their coat for three to five times per week.
Learn more about the Bernese Mountain Dog Husky Mix.
Pitbull Husky Mix = Pittsky
- The Pitbull Husky Mix dogs are excellent family dogs. They are intelligent and loyal.
- The Husky Pitbull Mix dogs get along well with children.
- They do not want to be left alone for a long time.
- I recommend daily brushing of the coat if the Pitbull Husky Mix inherits the coat type of its Husky parent.
- The Husky Pitbull Mix dogs want to engage in physical activity almost all of the time.
Learn more about the Pitbull Husky Mix.
German Shepherd Husky Mix = Gersky
- There are no exact accounts on the history of the German Shepherd Husky mix. I will share the pertinent details on the history of its parent breeds.
- Siberian Husky helped the Chukchi people by pulling sleds with walrus meat from the hunting grounds to the village.
- The German Shepherd is a herding breed that can withstand damp and cold surroundings.
- The Husky German Shepherd Mix dogs are prone to boredom. They need at least 2 hours of physical activity daily.
- Brushing of this mixed breed’s fur daily is essential to lessen the shedding load.
Beagle Husky Mix = Hugle
- The Beagle Husky mix dogs are extremely friendly and have a low level of aggression.
- This mixed breed is often alert and active. It has a high level of intelligence as well.
- The Husky Beagle mix puppies are generally healthy. There are some diseases that they could have when they grow older such as cataract and hepatitis.
- You could ask for a referral from a veterinarian or certified canine clubs about reliable breeders for this mixed breed.
Learn more about the Beagle Husky Mix.
Bull Mastiff Husky Mix = Bullsky
- The Bullmastiff Husky Mix has an average lifespan of 10 to 13 years.
- You should be aware that they could develop heart problems and hip dysplasia.
- The Husky Bullmastiff Mix dog tends to have wrinkles on the face, and those need to be cleaned.
- The Bullmastiff Mix dogs often clean themselves. Baths will be optional, particularly when they are visibly dirty.
- The size of the Bullmastiff Husky mix dog is one of the important factors in determining the amount of food it needs.
Labrador Husky Mix = Labsky
- The Labrador Husky Mix dog has parent breeds with contrasting personalities, especially when it comes to training.
- The Labrador dogs are eager to learn and quick to learn, while the Siberian Husky dogs are more stubborn during training.
- You may find them chewing anything near them like the Labradors, or they may exhibit uncontrollable digging habits like the Huskies.
- Both of the Husky Labrador Mix’s parents are working dogs. They are incredibly energetic and active.
- I suggest that you engage them in swimming, running, or fetching toys.
Learn more about the Labrador Husky Mix.
Chihuahua Husky Mix = Chihuasky
- The history of the parent breed Chihuahua has two schools of thought. One theory involves the ancestor Techichi from Central or South America. The other theory involves Spanish traders bringing hairless dogs to Mexico after going to China.
- Chihuahuas were created as companion dogs, while the Huskies were working dogs for the Chukchi people.
- The health of the Chihuahua Husky Mix will become better when they exercise at least an hour daily.
- There are trusted canine clubs and veterinarians whom you can consult about reliable breeders.
Learn more about the Chihuahua Husky Mix.
Great Dane Husky Mix = Great Husky
- The Great Dane Husky dogs have an innate loyalty and courage. They could scare off suspicious people with their massive build.
- You may opt to train them to reduce their aggressive tendencies.
- The parent breeds of the Husky Great Dane Mix have a stark difference in their coat type. The Huskies have a longer coat that sheds generously.
- You need to brush their coat regularly to prevent too many tangles and matting.
- The owner must be aware of the possible diseases to ensure the dog’s optimal health. You should ask for the health clearance of the parent breeds from a reputable breeder.
Learn more about the Great Dane Husky Mix.
Chow Chow Husky Mix = Chowsky
- The Chow Chow Husky mix puppies are affectionate and active. You can see them prancing around and interacting with the family members.
- Early socialization is crucial for this puppy to become more adaptable and friendly with new faces.
- The Husky Chow Chow Mix dogs need a lot of exercises. They love to run and walk outdoors.
- You should provide an appropriate diet for your Chow Chow Husky Mix dogs. They need proper nutrition so they can play and explore the surroundings.
Learn more about the Chow Chow Husky Mix.
Border Collie Husky Mix =Collsky
- The Border Collie Husky Mix dogs are moderate to heavy shedders. Intense heat may accelerate the shedding process.
- You need to brush their coat once a day. This grooming step will help reduce the shedding load.
- It is crucial for the Husky Border Collie mix puppies to have adequate challenging mental and physical stimulation. They may exhibit destructive behaviors if they do not have enough exercise.
- The Border Collie Husky mix dogs live for about 20 years. This breed is prone to develop bone disorders.
Australian Shepherd Husky Mix = Aussie Shepsky
- The American Kennel Club recognizes both of its parent breeds. The Australian Shepherd is a descendant breed of Europe’s excellent herders.
- The Huskies are working dogs, and they were bred by the Chukchi people.
- The Husky Australian Shepherd Mix dogs have high levels of energy. They yearn for the outdoors. You need to dedicate a portion of the day to make sure they get enough exercise.
- To find a reputable breeder for the Australian Shepherd Husky mix, you may ask referrals from a local veterinarian and breed club officers.
Learn more about the Australian Shepherd Husky Mix.
Hound Husky Mix =Houndsky
- The Hound Husky Mix is an obscure Husky mix, but you will learn more about this mixed breed by looking at their parent breeds.
- The Hound dogs are excellent companions as they possess reliability and exemplary stamina.
- The Siberian Huskies are very friendly to family members and other dogs.
- The amount of food you will give depends on its weight and the level of activity. Make sure to provide a nutritious diet for the dog.
- The Husky Hound Mix dogs are overall robust. They may be prone to develop eye disorders when they grow older.
Dachshund Husky Mix =Dachsky
- The Dachshund Husky Mix dogs are independent and lively. They enjoy socializing with people and getting attention.
- The Husky Dachshund Mix puppies are easy to train. They have an intense hunting instinct. You may find them chasing small animals.
- The combination of the parent breeds put this mixed breed at risk for patellar luxation, hip dysplasia, and other joint problems.
- You should provide a high-quality dog food and fish oil supplements to help prevent the illnesses mentioned above.
Pug Husky Mix = Pugsky
- The history of the first Pug Husky Mix dog is unknown. There are only historical accounts regarding its parent breeds.
- The Pug breed were lapdogs in Ancient China around 2000 years ago. The Siberian Huskies were bred in northeastern Russia. They endured harsh and cold climates to deliver supplies inside and outside the villages.
- The exercise requirement of the Husky Pug Mix differs between the flat-faced breeds and those that do not have flat faces. The flat-faced breeds will need less time of exercise.
- You should be aware of the exercise limit of your Pug Husky Mix.
- You can seek the help of recognized kennel clubs and veterinarians for breeder recommendations.
Learn more about the Pug Husky Mix.
Cocker Spaniel Husky Mix = Cocsky
- The Cocker Spaniel Husky Mix dogs may have the dense and moderately shedding coat. Their coat may be medium in length.
- You should dedicate time to brush and groom the dog’s coat. If you do not have enough time, you may opt to schedule an appointment with the local groomer.
- The Husky Cocker Spaniel Mix dogs have an average lifespan of 12 to 14 years. They may be at risk for eye and ear disorders, as well as liver and joint problems.
- The traits of the Cocker Spaniel usually balances out the aggressive tendencies of the Husky parent breed. This mixed breed turns out to be affectionate and obedient.
St. Bernard Husky Mix = Bernsky
- The history Saint Bernard Husky Mix is unknown, but the origin stories of its parent breeds are established.
- The Saint Bernard breed, also known as the Alpine Mountain Dog, hailed from the French Alps. They helped with herding and guarding the farms. The Huskies were working dogs that help supply the villages of Chukchi people with meat and other things.
- The Husky Saint Bernard is less likely to be a couch potato. This mixed breed will need hours of exercise per day. You can take them to long walks and hikes.
- You need to find a reputable and qualified breeder who rears Saint Bernard Husky mix to ensure a healthy and properly-cared mixed breed.
American Bulldog Husky Mix = American Bullsky
- The American Bulldog Husky Mix is a dog with a massive build, and it has a loving and affectionate nature.
- The Husky American Bulldog Mix is also intelligent and cooperative. These traits will make them relatively easy to train than the purebred Husky.
- The American Bulldog Husky Mix dog may develop cataracts and hip dysplasia when it gets older.
- You need to prevent the dog from overfeeding. The amount of food should be proportional to its level of activity and weight.
Cane Corso Husky Mix =Cane Corsky
- The Cane Corso Husky mix is an obscure breed. I will provide some details on its parent breeds to help you decide if you want this breed.
- The Husky and Cane Corso breeds are intelligent. This trait will reduce the training time for basic commands.
- The Cane Corso Husky mix dogs need long hikes and walk to prevent boredom and wandering from home.
- Both of the parent breeds shed a lot during particular seasons. You need to brush the coat regularly and invest in a durable vacuum cleaner.
Shar Pei Husky Mix = Sharsky
- The Shar Pei Husky Mix has a moderate need for grooming. This mixed breed may acquire either the thick double coat of the Huskies or the short coarse coat of the Chinese Shar Pei.
- Regular brushing is recommended to stimulate the production of essential oils.
- The Husky Shar Pei Mix is a large dog that may be susceptible to blood disorders, kidney problems, and tumors.
- You can ask for the health clearance of the parent breeds from reputable breeders. You should only adopt this mixed breed from reliable breeders or breed-specific shelters.
Newfoundland Husky Mix = Newfoundsky
- The Newfoundland Husky Mix dog is clever and moderately easy to train. Giving them treats and other positive reinforcement techniques will be beneficial in the training process.
- You will need to initiate early socialization to lessen its aggressive tendency.
- The Husky Newfoundland Mix dogs are less likely to develop serious and fatal diseases. They have a predisposition to develop hip dysplasia, heart problems, and cystinuria.
- This mixed breed enjoys the outdoors. They also like running around.
French Bulldog Husky Mix = French Bullsky
- There is little information available about the French Bulldog Husky mix. However, knowing the details about its parent breeds is helpful in predicting its traits.
- The French Bulldog genes may tone done the wandering nature of the Husky.
- The combination of the parent breeds may yield a dog with a short to medium-length coat. Grooming the Husky French Bulldog Mix will not consume much time.
- You should seek reputable breeders with health clearances.
Catahoula Husky Mix = Catahusky
- The Catahoula Husky Mix dogs have a calm and good-natured personality. They will have a moderate prey drive.
- There is little information available on the health of this mixed breed. You need to be aware that the parent breeds are prone to eye disorders and hip dysplasia.
- The Husky Catahoula Mix puppies need a lot of physical and mental stimulation.
- Ranches and open areas are suitable places for engaging them in physical activities.
Shih Tzu Husky Mix = Shih Tzusky
- There is little information available about the Shih Tzu Husky mix. However, knowing the details about its parent breeds is helpful in predicting its traits.
- The Shih Tzu was bred as companion dogs in China or Tibet. The Huskies worked as helpers for the Chukchi people in their survival.
- You should give high-quality dry food for the Husky Shih Tzu Mix dogs.
- This mixed breed needs extreme attention when it comes to grooming.
Blue Heeler Husky Mix = Blue Heesky
- The Blue Heeler Husky Mix dogs have a high level of exercise requirement. They are energetic and prone to boredom.
- You need to engage them in enough activities to avoid disruptive behaviors.
- They may manifest herding activities, especially around small children and other animals.
- An appropriate diet should be a top priority to ensure a healthier dog.
- You should consult the veterinarian when you see signs of malnutrition.
English Bulldog Husky Mix = English Bullsky
- The English Bulldog Husky Mix dogs make amazing family pets and companion dogs. They are friendly and affectionate.
- The Husky English Bulldog Mix puppies can also detect suspicious acts and people.
- This mixed breed sheds moderately. You need to brush its coat for a few times every week.
- The English Bulldog Husky Mix has a high energy level. You can take them to long hikes and walks.
Dalmatian Husky Mix = Damatsky
- The Dalmatian is the only spotted type of dog. They are ancient breeds in Europe, Africa, and Asia.
- The Huskies were working dogs that help the Chukchi people in the northeastern part of Siberia.
- You need to engage them in adequate physical activity to avoid nervous habits. You can opt to run alongside them to cultivate a more intimate bond.
- You can ask for referrals about reliable dog breeders from a veterinarian or kennel club member.
Rhodesian Ridgeback Husky Mix = Ridgebacksky
- The Rhodesian Ridgeback Husky Mix is another rare Husky mix. There is more information about the parent breeds, and these will help you decide on the mixed breed.
- Both of the parent breeds are intelligent with a stubborn streak. You should initiate early socialization and training.
- Daily brushing is recommended for the Husky Rhodesian Ridgeback.
- The parent breeds of the Rhodesian Ridgeback Husky Mix have high levels of playfulness and exercise needs. You need to engage them in long hours of play and other physical activities.
Husky Mix Food Requirements
You want to keep your dog, big or small, happy and healthy all the time. To do that, make sure to avoid giving them the worst dry dog food, and choose the best dry dog food, such as Wellness Core Dog Food, Dog For Dog Food, or Nutra Thrive dog food supplement.
While your furry friend is still but a munchkin, feed it with the best puppy food brands, and when they’re old and grey, offer them only the best senior dry dog food to keep those fragile bones intact!
Your gorgeous mixed doggo carries the genes of their sometimes vastly different parents. So, you might want to serve them the best dry dog food for small dogs or best large breed dry dog food and see which one they like more! Do make sure to consult with your vet before you switch your pup’s diet!
- Vernau, Karen M., et al. “Genome-Wide Association Analysis Identifies a Mutation in the Thiamine Transporter 2 (SLC19A3) Gene Associated with Alaskan Husky Encephalopathy.” PLoS ONE, vol. 8, no. 3, 4 Mar. 2013, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0057195.
- Morgan, Diane. Siberian Huskies for Dummies. IDG Books Worldwide, 2001.
Bulldog and husky mix sounds a little interesting to me but is it the right choice for you? The bulldog and husky mix-breeds are called as Buskdoggy. You might have further doubts like how will the bulldog and husky mix look? Will they be good for the family? Are they expensive?
I know it is confusing to own a bulldog and husky mix breed. Buskdoggy is very, very different from each other too.
What exactly are bulldog and husky mix? The bulldog and husky mixes get a lot of good as well as bad qualities from their breed. These buskdoggies are great with kids and wonderful family dogs. They are affectionate, patient, and loyal dogs.
They can stubborn but can be made obedient while training. They can make excellent watchdogs. One important warning is that the bulldog and husky mixes can be prone to many health problems but can be figured out by looking at the pedigree of their parents.
It is very tough to explain their nature in the mixed breeds as they come from two very different breeds. As a result, Bulldog and husky mixes will either be a lot like huskies or like bulldogs.
They can have very distinct behavior as well as personalities. Let me elaborate on bulldog and husky mix breed’s most common traits, but let me tell you, there are chances that your dog may become completely different.
As far as dogs are concerned, they are also different individuals. They also might develop something different that is not in their genetics.
Let me point out few of the advantages and disadvantages of getting a bulldog and husky mix. This will determine whether you are ready to own a buskdoggy.
Pros And Cons Of Getting Bulldog And Husky Mix Breed Dog?
There are multiple pros and cons of owning a bulldog and husky mix breed dog. They inherit both the good and bad qualities of their respective breeds.
Whatever the inherit will depend on your dog. You cannot decide which qualities they are going to get from their breeds.
Bulldogs and Huskies are both very loyal dogs; they can make wonderful guard dogs and protect your kids as well as your family from any hazards. However, both dogs can turn into being overprotective, which can increase their aggression towards other dogs.
Bulldogs and huskies are pack animals, which means they love to be with their pack. But, you can also train your bulldog and husky mix to stay alone; however, you should not leave this breed dogs alone for long.
The huskies especially do not bark; instead, they howl. The howling can disturb your neighbors a lot, and it can also be a serious issue if you have strict neighbors. In this situation, I won’t recommend getting a bulldog and husky mix.
If you are the person who travels most of the time, I suggest reconsidering getting this breed. Bulldogs and husky mix crave a lot of human attention and love to be around family.
The bulldog and husky mixes usually inherit a long and thick coat from the husky side. These coats look gorgeous, but they also need a lot of sweeping, vacuuming, and even finding dog hair in their cereal bowl while they are shedding.
You must always groom your dog and make sure he doesn’t shed everywhere. To ease your cleaning, I recommend getting Hertzko Self Cleaning Slicker Brush and use it to brush your dogs at once, so you may not find hair everywhere.
On the other side, if your bulldog and husky mix dog ends up getting the flat and short coat from the bulldog side, then rejoice as they do not shed a lot and have a very cute look. You are saved from all the vacuuming stuff.
This bulldog and husky mix breed are praised a lot, and people are also looking to get one. However, if you are new with dogs, you may find yourself involved with them all the time.
This crossbreed is famous for being playful, gentle, loyal, and very good with kids. On the contrary, they can also be quite destructive and stubborn, especially making the training sessions hard.
When it comes to exercise, bulldogs and huskies are very different. The huskies require a huge amount of exercise as compared to bulldogs.
Even though the Bulldogs were initially bred for bull-baiting stuff, they tend to be very lazy. While we talk about huskies, they were bred originally to pull sleds and work longs days due to which they have a lot of energy inside them.
If your bulldog and husky mix have more of the bulldog in them, it is fine if you don’t make them do many exercises; one walk is enough. On the contrary, if they have more of a husky side in your mixed breed, then you must give them their due excersing by playing with them or take them outside for walks.
So what you can do this take your dog out for walks twice a day so they can socialize too. And make a routine for their playtime either at the park or even at home is fine.
Both huskies and bulldogs overheat a lot, so you need to take care of your bulldog and husky mix while they are out in the sun. They love to stay in a cooler environment.
Talking about bad habits, the huskies are very much known for escaping from their space. They can leap the fence easily, and if that isn’t possible, they will try to dig holes in the ground and try to get out.
So, these were the major and the most common pros and cons of getting a bulldog and husky mixbreed dog. If you get one, accept them with all your heart with all their qualities.
How Much Does Having Bulldog Husky Mix Breed Dog Cost?
I will be very clear and straight forward with you; bulldog and husky mix-breeds are very expensive breeds. Above that, owning, buying, or even adopting the bulldogs is very expensive.
The average price of getting an English bulldog is around $3,812, and the average price of a husky puppy is $1,000. So, now when you add up the two costs and add the breeder’s cost for all the trouble, it will cost you a lot of money.
Instead of buying, you can also adopt or rescue a dog; it will be a lot cheaper. But, it is believed that the rescue dogs and the dogs up for adoption have more health problems.
Once you buy the bulldog and husky mix breed, there are many expenses associated with them. These dogs have some specific necessities that must be fulfilled.
You will have to take them for an initial medical examination, and then you will have to get them spayed or neutered. Other basic requirements of getting a dog include getting a dog crate, collar, tags, and leash.
I will help recommend some options to ease your search; you can this MidWest Homes for Pets Dog Crate and iYoShop 6 FT Strong Dog Leash, which can be very comfortable for your dog.
To give your dog the best training, you will have to hire a dog trainer too. As these are crossbreeds, it is recommended to get the best ones to train them.
There are more costs also that can incur due to the health issues of the dogs. The mixed-breed dog can inherit the complications that can happen, and that can cost a lot.
Physical Characteristic of Bulldog and Husky Mix Breed Dog
Bulldogs and huskies have a very different appearance. Nobody can ever say that these two look the same.
Huskies have a large body and long legs with a long muzzle and pointed ears. On the other hand, the Bulldogs have short legs and a stocky body with a flat wrinkly face and droopy ears.
Bulldogs are usually of white and brown colors, while the huskies are usually black, white, and gray. The bulldogs also sometimes have different patterns on them.
The Huskies have blue eyes, which make them very attractive. The bulldogs have big deep brown eyes.
When we combine all these features that these two beautiful breeds have, we get a very weird but amazing and adorable result.
If your mixed breed inherits the blue eyes, then it is going to be one unique dog. Just feel happy about whatever appearance they inherit and enjoy with them.
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I know bulldog and husky mix is a tough choice to consider all the good and bad traits. Eventually everything willl depend on how you behave with your dog irrespective of their breed.
Huskies and bulldogs are two most different to mix, and as a result, you may get a cute and fun dog. You can also consider rescuing a bulldog husky mix dog and bringing them home.
Knowing about bulldog and husky mix breed health issues and the life they need, you decide to make the right choice. I think I have done my bit, and now it’s up to you.
When you mix a bulldog with a husky, you get a mix breed called a Buskdoggy. What are these dogs like? Are they good for your family? Are there any health problems that you need to worry about? How much do they cost?
Well, I’m about to answer all of these questions and more!
What is a bulldog husky mix? Bulldog husky mixes (or Buskdoggy) are wonderful family dogs and great with kids. They are a patient, loving dog that is inherited from its line of loyal dog breeds. This mix can be stubborn but with training it will demonstrate obedience, and can be an excellent guard dog. One word of caution though is that the bulldog husky mix can be prone to health issues but this can be minimized by confirming the health pedigree of its parents.
The tough part about trying to explain the nature of a mixed dog breed is the fact that most mixed dog breeds come from two completely different breeds of dog. This means that your bulldog husky might have more husky or bulldog in them.
I’m going to talk about the most common personality you will get in a bulldog husky mixed dog breed, but just know that your dog might end up being completely different.
In addition, dogs are individuals too, and they might just have little personality quirks that don’t come from genetics.
The Pros and Cons of Getting a Bulldog Husky Mixed Dog Breed
Both Bulldogs and Huskies are loyal dogs. They will protect their families and can make very good guard dogs. That being said, their overprotective nature can lead to some aggression towards other dogs.
Huskies especially tend to howl instead of bark. So if you live in a neighborhood with stickler neighbors, then I don’t recommend getting a bulldog husky mix.
Both Bulldogs and Huskies are pack animals, and although you can train them to be okay with being left alone, it’s not wise to leave them alone for a long time.
If you travel a lot or go on a lot of long vacations, you might want to rethink your choice of dog.
Many bulldog and husky mixes end up inheriting a long, thick, fly away coat from the husky side of their family. These coats are absolutely gorgeous, but they do lead to a lot of vacuuming, sweeping, and picking dog hair out of your cereal when your dog starts to shed. On How Often Do I Need to Groom My Bulldog? Plus 7 Grooming Benefits! learn how to properly groom your bulldog.
If your bulldog husky ends up inheriting the short, flat coat from their bulldog side of the family, then you get the bonus of a cute dog and low shedding.
While a bulldog husky mix is widely praised and sought after, if you are a beginner dog owner, you might find your hands full with this breed.
These mixes are known for being gentle, loyal, loving, playful, and good with children. However, they can also be pretty destructive if left to their own devices, and they can be pretty stubborn, making training difficult.
Bulldogs and Huskies are extremely different when it comes to their exercise needs. Huskies need to be exercised a lot, and I mean a lot.
The husky dog was bred initially for pulling sleds and working long days, so they have a lot of energy pent up inside. Bulldogs, on the other hand, despite being originally bred to bait bulls, are some of the laziest dogs around.
If your bulldog husky mix breed has more husky in them, then you’re going to need to take them outside more to play around. Conversely, if your bulldog husky mix breed has more bulldog in them, you might not need to exercise them for more than one walk a day.
Basically, the rule of thumb is to go on two walks a day and schedule some playtime either at home or at the park.
Both breeds also have a habit of overheating, so if you get a bulldog husky mix breed, then make sure to watch them in the hot sun and at meal times.
Speaking of bad habits, huskies are also known for being little escape artists, able to leap a fence in a single bound or dig a hole underneath when that proves futile.
If your heart is set on owning a bulldog husky mix, then just make sure your backyard is a little fortress in its own right.
The Cost of Owning a Bulldog Husky Mixed Breed Dog
I hate to break it to you, but I’m just going to come out and say it, “owning a dog is expensive!” More than that, bulldogs are among the most expensive dogs to adopt, buy, and own.
The average puppy price for an English bulldog is $3,812, also read Cost of a Bulldog with 12 Real Life Examples for further details. The average price for a husky puppy is around $1,000. So when you combine the two breeds and compensate the breeder for their trouble, you’re going to dig deep into that wallet of yours.
If you do decide to adopt or rescue a dog instead of buying a puppy, then the cost is going to be a lot cheaper. However, rescue dogs and dogs up for adoption usually have more health issues. Read How to Find a Bulldog to Buy from Rescues and Breeders.
After you buy your bulldog husky mix puppy, there will be other associated costs that can be expected. I recommend reading What Do I Need for a Bulldog Puppy? to familiarize yourself with specific necessities that will need to be purchased.
A generalized list of some expenses to expect are as follows:
|Bulldog Service and Supplies||Average Cost|
|Initial Medical Exam||$70|
|Spay or Neuter||$180|
|Collar, Leash & Tags||$30|
These are just a few of the upfront costs. There are additional costs that may arise due to the bulldog husky mixes genetically inherited health issues.
These health complications and their associated costs are difficult to project and very dog-by-dog.
A very common affliction in both huskies and Bulldogs is hip and elbow dysplasia. In fact, bulldogs are the breed of dog with the highest chance of contracting hip or elbow dysplasia.
So when you put two breeds that commonly suffer from hip and elbow dysplasia, then you have a pretty high likelihood of getting a dog that will contract it later in life.
In addition to hip and elbow dysplasia, Huskies also commonly suffer from cataracts that can lead to blindness later in their life.
In addition, Bulldogs are prone to respiratory problems due to their shortened nasal passages, wrinkled and smooshed face, and broad, short skull.
Although huskies live a fairly long life, the average life span of a bulldog is only about six years, so if you decide to get a bulldog husky mixed breed dog, then you might not end up having them around for as long as you would like, especially if you adopt or rescue one.
As I’ve already mentioned, bulldogs and Huskies both have an issue with overheating, so just make sure that you are keeping your dog cool.
Bulldogs are not known as strong swimmers, so maybe steer clear of deep water, but they love to be sprayed with the hose in the backyard (as long as the water is cold, not icy)
Huskies and Bulldogs could not look more different. Huskies have long legs, a large body, a long muzzle, and pointed ears.
Bulldogs have short legs, a stocky body, a smashed face, and droopy ears. Huskies are usually gray, black, and white, while Bulldogs are usually white and brown.
Even their eye colors are different, huskies sporting baby blue eyes most of the time and bulldogs rocking the deep, dark brown. When you combine the two breeds, you get a strange, albeit adorable result.
Although huskies and bulldogs are among some of the strangest two dogs to pair together, bulldog husky (or Buskdoggy) mixes are cute and fun to have around.
They are loyal, protective, playful, good with kids, and fun to snuggle with. They do have a lot of health problems and don’t live as long, so they may not be the best choice for you.
However, if you want to give an old rescue bulldog husky mix a last chance at a good home, you should definitely go for it.
Where can I get a mixed dog breed? Because mixed dog breeds are becoming so popular (and actually statistically living longer than purebreds), it has actually become quite easy to find a breeder of mixed dog breeds.
Just make sure that the breeder you chose has a good reputation, and always make sure the dog you are looking at has a clear pedigree and a clean bill of health.
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French Bulldog Siberian Husky Mix
Husky bulldog mix a high energy affectionate combination the husky bulldog mix is the result of breeding the american bulldog and the husky. This is a big dog with an even bigger heart.
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Overall they should make great family pets because they are loving and happy companions.
French bulldog siberian husky mix. Is it more like the bulldog or the siberian husky. They will get along well with children and other pets and are patient and kind. If a siberian husky mix takes after their siberian husky parent they will likely be a high energy dog that loves its family has an urge to wander and needs plenty of mental stimulation to stay happy and healthy.
This might be a higher energy dog with a strong pulling instinct. You should seek reputable breeders with health clearances. One trait that most often makes an appearance in the mixed puppies is the striking blue eyes of the husky.
Grooming the husky french bulldog mix will not consume much time. Siberian husky american bulldog mix. They are just friendly and kind dogs to have around.
Those are the questions we will try and answer below. The siberian husky american bulldog mix is a mixed breed dog resulting from breeding the american bulldog and the husky. A siberian husky mix is a cross between a siberian husky and another dog breed.
The siberian husky american bulldog mix or husky bulldog for short is going to shed a lot. The combination of the parent breeds may yield a dog with a short to medium length coat. The husky bulldog mix is an alert affectionate and friendly dog.
So you need to have a vacuum cleaner handy and brush it for a few days a week. The french bulldog genes may tone done the wandering nature of the husky. Siberian huskyamerican bulldog mix pups exotic rock productions.
This dog is a high energy dog with a lot of love and affection. Catahoula husky mix catahusky. Funny and cute french bulldog puppies compilation.
Husky american bulldog mix american bullsky. Siberian huskyamerican bulldog pups at one and two weeks old having fun. American bullsky is a very active dog because of the siberian huskys high energy level.
The best way to determine the temperament of a mixed breed is to look up all breeds in the cross and understand that you can get any combination of the characteristics found in either breed. The french bulldog mix is cross between the frenchie and another dog breed. Your french bulldog husky mix could weigh anywhere between 35 and 45lbs with most leaning more toward the slighter end of the spectrum.
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French Bulldog Siberian Husky Mix
The French Bulldog Siberian Husky Mix, is a mixed breed dog resulting from breeding the French Bulldog and the Siberian Husky. Both of these dogs can be friendly but personalities differ, so you never know. The French Bulldog is known for being bright, patient, and alert. All dogs need proper socialization and that will be a big factor in how they interact with others. What does this mixed breed look and act like? Is it more like the French Bulldog or the Siberian Husky? Those are the questions we will try and answer below. Continue reading below to see pictures, videos, and learn more about the beautiful French Bulldog Siberian Husky Mix.
While we really recommend that you acquire all animals through a rescue, we understand that some people might go through a breeder to get their French Bulldog Siberian Husky Mix puppy. That is, if they have any French Bulldog Siberian Husky Mix puppies for sale.
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French Bulldog Siberian Husky Mix History
All hybrid or designer dogs are tough to get a good read on as there isn’t much history to them. Breeding specific dogs like this has become common in the last twenty years or so even though I am sure that this mixed breed found it’s share of dogs to the shelter due to accidental breeding. We will take a closer look at the history of both parent breeds below. If you are looking at breeders for new, designer dogs please beware of Puppy Mills. These are places that mass produce puppies, specifically for profit and don’t care at all about the dogs. If you have a few minutes, please sign our petition to stop puppy mills.
French Bulldog History
Where did the French Bulldog originate? Not where you think. It originated in England. The intention was to make it a toy-size version of the Bulldog. For some reason, lace workers in England became very attached to the breed and when they emigrated to France they took them with them.
It didn’t take long until this little one made it from France to America. Here they are known as the Frenchie.
Siberian Husky History
The Siberian Husky is a medium size working dog breed that originated in north-eastern Siberia, Russia. It also goes by the name of Chukcha. They were initially bred and kept by the Chukchi people. The breed belongs to the Spitz genetic family and was originally bred to pull sleds over long distances rather quickly. Everyone knows that this is a working dog that was bred to pull sleds. This made the Eskimo people able to move around much easier. They are known to be escape artists that will dig themselves out of the strongest fence. Being that they were bred to pull things you can imagine that they aren’t the easiest dogs to walk. They were very instrumental in the initial Iditarod, which was a race to get a lifesaving Serum from Anchorage to Nome Alaska.
French Bulldog Siberian Husky Mix Size and Weight
Height: 12 - 16 inches at the shoulder
Weight: 40-55 lb.
Lifespan: 8-10 years
Height: 20 - 23 inches at the shoulder
Weight: 35 - 60 lb.
Lifespan: 12-15 years
French Bulldog Siberian Husky Mix Personality
The French Bulldog and the Siberian Husky are known for being courageous and protective. They are also very loving dogs. This dog will require a very strong and firm owner who makes sure to assert that they are the alpha and not the dog. They are cautious, yet non-threatening with strangers, and are affectionate towards family and children. Early socialization helps take care of any bad habits that could develop. She responds well to positive reinforcement, like all dogs. She should be rather affectionate and enjoy spending lots of time with you. Don’t plan on leaving her alone for long periods as he won’t do well alone. She wants to be with the “pack.”
French Bulldog Siberian Husky Mix Health
All dogs have the potential to develop genetic health problems as all breeds are susceptible to some things more than others. However, the one positive thing about getting a puppy is that you can avoid this as much as possible. A breeder should absolutely offer a health guarantee on puppies. If they won’t do this, then look no more and don’t consider that breeder at all. A reputable breeder will be honest and open about health problems in the breed and the incidence with which they occur. We obviously recommend that you look for a reputable animal rescue in your area to find your new mixed breed. Health clearances prove that a dog has been tested for and cleared of a particular condition.
The French Bulldog mixed with the Siberian Husky might be prone to joint dysplasia, breathing problems, skin problems, among others.
Note that these are just common problems in both breeds.
French Bulldog Siberian Husky Mix Care
What are the grooming requirements?
Even if you know the breed, sometimes it is hard to tell if it will be a heavy shedder or a light shedder. Either way, Get ready to invest in a good vacuum if you want to keep your floors clean! Give them baths as needed, but not so much that you dry out their skin.
What are the exercise requirements?
Plan on taking them for extremely long walks and hikes to keep their energy level down. This mix will more than likely have a high energy level. This exercise will keep them from being destructive. A tired dog is a good dog. A tired dog is a good dog though. Never tie your dog up outside - that is inhumane and not fair to him.
What are the training requirements?
This is an intelligent dog that will be a little bit challenging to train. They are going to want to take the alpha position and need someone with a firm, strong, hand that can let them know their place. The best thing you can do is break the sessions into shorter daily sessions to keep their attention span higher. It might have a prey drive and be disposed to running for and chasing small prey, but if handled properly this can be managed. All dogs respond best to positive reinforcement. So make sure to praise her when she does well. She is an intelligent dog who loves to please, and loves a physical challenge. The more exercise she gets the easier she will be to train. Proper socialization is imperative to all dogs and puppies. Make sure to take her to the park and doggy day care to get her around as many people and dogs as possible.
French Bulldog Siberian Husky Mix Feeding
"A lot of times diet is done on a per-dog basis. Each one is unique and has different dietary requirements. Most dogs in the U.S. are overweight. A mix like this one that is prone to hip and elbow dysplasia should really be on fish oil and glucosamine and chondroitin supplements as soon as possible. A good diet to look into is Raw Food Diet. A raw food diet will be especially good for the Wolf background.
Overfeeding any dog is not a good idea as that can really exacerbate health problems such as elbow and hip dysplasia.
I good diet to look into is Raw Food Diet. A raw food diet will be especially good for the Wolf background."
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Most often associated with cold weather and their amazing resemblance to wolves, the Husky dog is a high energy dog with a high prey drive. When combined with the French Bulldog, the result is quite interesting, with a dog that makes a beautiful addition to your family.
The appearance of the French Bulldog Husky mix
The long dense coat of the Husky dog has been designed by nature to keep him warm when he’s spending time in those chilly winter environments. When combined with the short smooth coat of the Frenchie, you are likely to get a variety of coat combinations that could include a softer short coat or a medium-length coat. The patterns and colors of the coats could combine both the typical markings of the Husky, with some of the brindle, tan, fawn, or white colors seen most often in the Frenchie.
There is a rather large size disparagement between the two breeds. The typical healthy Husky male could weigh between 44 and 60lbs, with the healthy female weighing between 35 and 51lbs. The maximum healthy weight for a Frenchie is typically 25lbs. Your French Bulldog Husky mix could weigh anywhere between 35 and 45lbs, with most leaning more toward the slighter end of the spectrum.
One trait that most often makes an appearance in the mixed puppies is the striking blue eyes of the Husky. This can make your dog look entirely unique, and simply stunning.
The personality of the Frenchie Husky mix
Husky dogs are large working dogs, that do look very much like their wolf cousins. They are often not well-suited to being simply companion pets, and their high levels of intelligence can often get them into trouble when they get bored. As you know, Frenchies can be prone to boredom when they are left to their own devices. They also have a stubborn streak that is matched to the stubbornness that the Husky often has.
That said, both breeds are eager to learn and eager to please their people. With the right environment even the most willful Husky can become a great addition to any home. Their high prey drive can be a bit of a problem if you have cats or other small animals in the home.
The Frenchie Husky mix can be a bit protective of his family, and may be prone to howling at sirens at night just like his Husky relatives tend to do.
Training and working with your Frenchie Husky mix
These dogs really love feeling useful and having a job. This gives you a great opportunity to work with a patient trainer who can help you to harness the work ethic of your dog. Beyond teaching him his basic obedience and leash training, you could find that it’s easy to train your dog to perform fun and helpful tasks around the house. This will help to engage him, and encourage him to seek out only those positive and rewarded tasks.
Teach him to put his own toys away in the basket, or teach him to fetch the daily paper. There is no end to the chances you’ll have to keep this highly intelligent breed happy and healthy for your lifetime together.