golden retriever husky mix bred with the golden retriever and the siberian husky

Golden Retriever Husky Mix Information,Images and Video

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 Golden retrieverSiberian huskyGolden retriever husky mix- Goberian
Original functionRetrieving

Sled pulling

Check the parent breeds
Present function

Detection, guide and hearing dog for the blind and deaf respectively, search and rescue, retrieving

Sled pulling

You should expect to be capable of same function as the parent breeds
Good for first time dog owners


Below average

Very good
Energy level

Very high

Level of exercise needed

Very high

Very high

Very high

Level of playfulness

Very high

Very high

Very high

Can tolerate loneliness

Less than average

Less than average

Less than average

Prey drive


Above averageWith parent breeds having moderate to above average prey drive, you should expect goberian to show clear tendencies to chase after anything moving i.e. a minimum of an average prey drive

Tendency to barkHigh

Very high – they don’t bark, they howl

The parent breed tells it all and you should not expect anything less

As a watch dogLess than average

PoorLess than average

Moderate at best

Moderate at best

Same as parent breeds
Easy to train

Extremely easy

Below average to average

Above average

Pictures of the golden retriever husky mix with the Siberian husky coat

goberian with the husky coat and looks

Goberian with the husky coat and looks but with the ears of the golden retriever.

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adult black golden husky mix

 Golden retrieverSiberian huskyGolden retriever husky mix- Goberian
Coat type

Long coated with a dense inner coat and a straight or slightly wavy outer coat that repels water

Double coated with a thick under coat and long soft outer coat

Double coated with a soft and dense inner coat and slightly wavy outer coat with long hairs
Coat colors and patterns

Golden color that range from light to dark gold or cream

Black and white are most popular; less common colors are white and copper-red, pure white, brown red and white and greyBlack and brown, gray, black and white, brown and white, cream or light brown, white, golden.
SheddingAbove averageAbove averageAbove average
GroomingRegular grooming and very easy to groomRegular grooming and not so easy to groomRegular grooming
Tendency to droolModerateVery lowExpect anything from very low to moderate drooling
Health issuesMajor health issues: hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia and cataracts

Minor health issues: Hypothyroidism, Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA), Hemangiosarcoma, Subvalvular Aortic Stenosis, Osteochondrosis Dissecans (OCD), Allergies, Osteosarcoma, Von Willebrand's Disease, Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus and Epilepsy
Major health issues: none – a pretty healthy breed
Minor health issues: Corneal Dystrophy, Cataract and Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA)
No known health problem.
FeedingGood nutrition is essential from puppyhood but can easily become overweight therefore feed twice a day on high quality, low calorie dietGood nutrition is very essential from puppyhood and will do well on a relatively small quantity of food.Special attention has to be given to their diet because they are prone to obesity
Life span10 to 12 years12 to 14 years10 to 15 years
If bored, not socialized and obedience trained from puppyLike any other breed they can be problematic

Can be extremely destructive and will dig up everything possible from the walls to the ground.This high energy dog will give you large douse of problem if not obedient trained and socialized from puppyhood
Suitable for indoor or outdoor lifestyleAbove average for indoors living and good for outdoorsNot good for indoor but excellent for outdoorsNot good for indoor but excellent for outdoors
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The above table has provided some essential insight into the golden retriever husky mix juxtaposed with the parent breeds, the golden retriever and the Siberian husky. However, has earlier stated the best way to get the most out of hybrid dogs is to have good understanding of the parent breed because the hybrid is going to manifest traces of either or both parent breeds and this is not going to be any different for the goberian.

The golden retriever husky mix is a very playful, sociable, affectionate, loving dog with a high level of energy. This means that they will need a lot of space to play and plenty of human interaction. The areas where the most attention will be required are the diet and the training for goberian.

Without proper training you should not be surprise if you end up with an unfriendly and aggressive dog that is difficult to handle bearing in mind that the goberian has the husky genes in him. So if the temperament of the Siberian husky appear to be dominant in the areas of training then it will require more effort to have a well trained goberian compared with the much easier to train temperament of the golden retriever.

The other aspect that will require just as much attention as training for the goberian is the diet. This dog is prone to obesity which means that it is more likely to keep eating for as long as food is made available for it. This tendency to over eat and become over weight is picked from the golden retriever parent and not from the Siberian husky that are known to survive on small amount of food.

These points show that a good understand of the goberian will require some good understanding of the golden retriever and the Siberian husky because cross breed designer dogs are still relatively new in the dog world and for that reason there are not yet well studied and well documented “how to” for these cross breeds.

The most important question you have to ask yourself is if you are willing to put in the extra effort and perhaps investment for the acquisition of the goberian or indeed any hybrid.

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