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Bella 2 1/2 months old and a Husky/German Shepherd. I got Bella from a friend, who was rescued from abusers. While in the womb, abusers kicked mommy puppy. She lost many puppies. When born, they kicked her to. My friend saved the mom and puppies, and found homes. I finally got Bella around 2 months old, learning she has a hernia because of the abuse. It doesn't hurt her, thank God.
Bella loves to search and find things as well as playing with her bear. She loves to chase things and is not scared of a little dirty water. Bella loves to be outside. She loves the cats. She also love to swim. After a long day of having fun, she loves to enjoy a belly rub and a little relaxation music by Lifehouse. Any other music artist, she'll run away to sleep under my bed. While we are half asleep on my bed, we tend to share some "bacon" together.She also loves to sleep with her bear. Pics are in my profile. (she gets little pieces of bacon bacon, the doggie snack. and I get real bacon). She is 2 1/2months old and knows how to sit, give paw, stay and come. She is potty trained. She is very, very smart
By AlexisVH39 from East Mckeesport,PA
OMGOSH!! I usually never go on to Facebook other than my family. My husband & I sent our Black Lab Rufus to Heaven May 6th at 1PM. Our vet was so gracious and came to our house and back yard where our Rufus could end his life in his own back yard. I am crying right now as I am typing. He was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma in his left nostril. The vet told me if the tumor traveled to his brain, he would suffer seizures. I miss him soo.. much, he looked at my husband that day, and knew he had a "job" to do. We both had to be strong. My husband did not want our vet here , but our boy needed to go to Heaven. I still cry every time I think of Rufus, and he is in a much better place now. We adopted a Husky/Shepherd mix on May 19th. Scared little guy but a lot of guts right now!! Go figure!!
Gemma is a 10 month Siberian Husky/German Shepherd mix. We bought her from an ad in the paper at 6 weeks old. We wanted a shepherd cross and thought it was an interesting mix. She loves to swim anywhere (beach, lake, dam), run, chase sticks and rough play. Gemma is extremely intelligent, happy, playful and energetic.
By tc.lb from Newcastle, Aust
What an absolutely beautiful dog. She looks all Shepherd to me with her wonderful Gold and Sable colours. I hope you have many happy years with this lovely lady. And yes, I bet she's clever. Should be very easy to train. Hugs for both of you. Leah from Down Under
Sabber is a 1 year and 3 month old German Shepard/Husky. I found a ad on Craigs list while I was visiting friends in Tennessee. They had German Shepard/Husky pups listed and I couldn't resist. She was the last puppy with one blue eye.
Sabber loves to play in the river, play tug of war and fetch. I also have a 7 month old kitten that she adores and is very protective of. The photo of her is after a day of playing in the river and a one hour run.
Sabber being German Shepard/Husky is very active and loves to run. We have to go on jogs twice a day to get some of the hyper behavior out of her. I had been told by many people that this combination of breed hated cats and were not great with children, but she is wonderful with both. Sabber is extremely intelligent and she has learned some very interesting tricks.
Your Pet's Age
Your Pet's Breed
German Shepherd and Husky
How and when did you get your pet?
When he was a puppy someone left him in the park and I brought him home.
What does your pet like to do for fun?
He likes to jog, eat, and lay around.
Do you have anything else to share about your pet?
He's more of my best friend then a pet.
Malakai is 16 weeks old/German Shepherd and Siberian Husky puppy. We got him from a private owner/breeder in Salem Oregon in July.
Caesar is an 8 year old Siberian Husky mixed with a German Shepherd. I adopted him from the SPCA. He was from a neglectful home. He likes to run around and play with his squeaky toys and bring joy to my life like nothing else can.
This is Petunia :) she is our red and black German ShepherdXHusky.
I got him from a friend/Dec '15. He likes to run and play with his 4 month old sister.
Thor was found underweight, covered in mud, and wandering lost through a neighboring county. He was brought to the Charlottesville, Virginia SPCA, where my family adopted him January 1, 2015.
Luna is a 4 month Husky mix, either Shepherd or Sharpei. I adopted her as a stray from the animal shelter after she was found as a stray. She likes to nap in her crate, lick you, play with kids, lick you, go for walks, lick you, and most of all, she likes to lick you.
Our dear friend had one pup left and offered him to us to adopt. Sampson loves to sit on the steps leading up to our patio and oversee everything that goes on. He also sleeps on the foot of my daughter's bed at night. He likes to run laps around our front yard with our other dog, Bruno.
He was an accident (not bred through any kind of a breeder). The people we got him from just wanted the puppies to get a good home.
Ruby Ramona is our 9 month old German Shepherd x Siberian Husky mix. I bought Ruby 2 months after my beautiful boy Ace passed away. She was to keep our 13 year old Kelpie, Josie, company who sadly died when Ruby was 7 months old.
I was given Sesame when she was just 3 1/2 weeks old.
Dutchess is 3 1/2 years old and a German Shepherd/Siberian Husky Mix. I got her at an animal shelter in Orlando, Fl
Dakota is 14 months old and a Husky/Shepherd mix. I got him from a swap shop radio 14 months ago.
Brutus Photo. Brutus is my 1 1/2 year old German Shepherd/Siberian Husky Mix.
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When we think of environment we tend to think of the climate regarding weather. However when choosing a dog breed or mix, environment can also include the make up of your household, the size of the yard, and time available to spend with your new pet. Read about others' experiences regarding the best environment for these intelligent dogs.
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I Have a three month old German Shepherd/Siberian Husky. He is a male. I got him off a friend who couldn't keep him because he was moving. I'd like to learn more about his breed. I've learned he is very playful and energetic. But that's just about all I know.
By Annie Lin
Here are the AKC descriptions of their temperaments:
You have a wonderful dog there, those are some of the best of the best!
I have 2 Siberian Huskies. Rowdy a 10 yr old Male and Abby a 9 yr old female. They both have totally different personalities but somethings just come with the breed. They have to have exercise. A huskies favorite exercise is a good walk or run. Most Huskies are escape artist, so a good fence is a must. Never leave them off leash unless they are in an enclosed area.
They are bred to be nomads, so they may consider their home but to be 50 sq miles. Which is why so many end up in shelters. Also they don't like to be made to do anything. They will hauler like you are killing them if you make them do something they don't want too (like at the vets).
Most huskies will sing (howl) a couple times a day. Mine very seldom bark, but they are very vocal. Especially, when they are hungry. They have been great company the last 10 years and I couldn't image my life without them. Hope this helps.
I need to know how much it can cost to buy a German Shepherd/Siberian Husky mix?
By Jose from 92570
I bought a German Shepard/Husky pup, I paid $325.00 for her that includes shading and microchiped when she his 5 months old. She is not a mutt!
I paid nothing for mine, but have spent about a grand on his care in the last month!
I have a German Shepherd/Husky mix. She is approximately 12 months old, her body is very long and when she sits she seems to shift her weight to the side so her front paws touch the floor. When will her frame be full size as now her front and back legs are the same length and this isn't normal?
At twelve months your large breed dog will appear thin and gangly. The nutrition in her food is going to her rapid frame development.
Shepherds are not mature until the age of two or three depending on bloodline. Huskies are not mature until two.
Huskies hit a major growth spurt at around 15 to 18 months.
Most large breeds will "fill out" between two and three years of age.
Would anyone recommend the German Shepherd/Husky mix as a service dog? I am getting information so I can decide what type of dog to get my mother. The dog has to be patient and strong since it will be needed for strength. My mother has balance issues so having a dog that is strong so it can help her get up is a big plus. Also, the dog has to be good with cats. She has 2 who are not very young. One is 4 yrs and the other is 9 yrs. Plus, I live there with my daughter who is 12. The dog has to realize that she is to be my mother's companion and strength when I am not there.
By Tammie H.
To be a true service dog, they have to go through specialized training. You can't just get a dog and train it yourself. Does your mother use a walker that should take care of her issues. There are also other aids for assisting people to arise, etc. Check with a store that sells medical aids, like lift chairs, walkers, etc.
A service dog is carefully chosen as a puppy and then receives extensive training (many months) by professional trainers. To expect a dog you buy, no matter what the breed, to perform these tasks will lead to a lot of disappointment. Many breeds become service dogs, but as I said, they are carefully chosen based on their temperament. An untrained dog cannot do what you are expecting of it.
Is the German Shepherd Husky mix good with kids and other dogs?
By Robert from Damascus, GA
We had one when I was a teenager - he was all around great! - very smart, loyal, protective - the best!
It really depends on how a dog is raised, socialized early on, allowed to hang out with other dogs, people, cats, etc.
If you treat him like family, he will love you like family. Every dog is different, but they all start out as good - the rest is up to you : )
Where could I find one of these dogs? I have been looking all over the internet and still can't fine one, a Husky German Shepherd mix puppy.