The Huskiemo is a hybrid dog that is a cross between the Siberian husky and the American Eskimo.  The Huskimo is a very intelligent dogs that would make an excellent family pet.  They do not bark a lot and a friendly with just about everyone.  They are excellent with kids but sometimes can be a bit of a challenge if their owner doesn’t show leadership qualities.  The Huskimo needs to have plenty of exercise and be walked daily otherwise they can start to exhibit some very destructive behavioral issues.

But it is important that your Huskimo is well socialized at an early age so that they will be more welcoming of new experiences like meeting new people.  This will help to give your dog a much more even temperment so that you’ll not have to worry about such destructive behavioral issues happening in your household.  So make sure when you get your Huskimo that you’re taking enough time to properly socialize it so that you can end up with a really well rounded dog.


The Huskimo can range up to 24 inches tall from ground to shoulder and can weigh between 40 to 60 pounds.  They come in several different color variations including black, red, white and a mix of any of these colors.  They are a medium size dog that closely resembles a sled dog and often have 20 years and a curled up tail.


The Huskimo is a very loving dog that will fit in well with just about any situation.  They’re very intelligent which makes it easy to train however they can be stubborn and difficult if their owner does not show leadership qualities.  Their characteristics give them a lot of energy making them one to do some type of job like pulling a sled.  They can cope well with just about any type of family situation as long as the exercise requirements are met.  Since they are excellent with boats other dogs and strangers they would not make a very good watchdog.


You want to make sure that your Huskimo is getting plenty of exercise otherwise you could be dealing with a very destructive dog.  It is important to make sure that they’re both mentally and physically stimulated so that you’ll be able to avoid such behavioral issues.  A brisk 15 minute walk and some playtime outside is all you need to do every day to make sure that your dog is getting the exercise that he needs.

Health concerns

The life expectancy of a Huskimo is around 11 to 14 years.  Since they are a hybrid dog you have to look to the health concerns of both parents to see what they may suffer from.  Since they have very heavy coats you want to make sure that you’re not putting them in an overly warm environment.  If you’re looking to get a puppy you want to make sure you’re going through a reputable breeder so you can be sure that they’re cleared of most health concerns right away so you know you’re getting a good quality puppy.  If you feel like your dog is exhibiting any odd behavior you may want to get them checked out by your veterinarian as soon as you can.