Beautiful, friendly and intelligent, huskies are wonderful dogs to cross-breed and make for some truly gorgeous mixes!
As miniature huskies are nothing but a small size variation of Siberian huskies, we’ve compiled a list of the best small mini husky mixes for you to fawn over.
Remember, cross-breeds can take on any of the characteristics they’ve inherited from either breed, in both personality and appearance. It can be hard to determine what a husky mix might end up looking like.
Be prepared for a cuteness overload…
A List of Our Favourite Mini Husky Mixes
Although huskies come in all shapes and sizes, they are generally bigger than other dogs. Because of this, when you mix a purebred husky with another breed it can result in a mid-sized dog with the features and temperament of a husky.
The only way to get true miniature-size is by breeding two very small (and therefore unlikely) cross breeds together.
So, while a mini husky mix is considerably smaller than your typical Siberian Husky, it’s still not the ‘teacup’ style crossbreed that you might be expecting.
But as you’ll see, there are several very cute miniature husky mixes…
Hug (Husky x Pug)
The Hug is a Siberian husky crossed with a pug — making for a somewhat unusual looking dog!
Due to its parentage, the dog may inherit the features from either of its parents. For example, it could have the bushy tail from the Siberian husky or the pushed in nose from pugs.
The squashed pug face and small stature often combines with the unusual head markings and – if you’re lucky – the piercing blue eyes of a husky.
Pomsky (Husky x Pomeranian)
The pomeranian husky mix (one of several teacup huskies) is one of the most popular new husky mixes and the ‘look’ can vary widely from breeder to breeder.
The male pomeranian usually impregnates the female Siberian husky (full size or miniature) just to ensure that the bigger dog is carrying the fetus in case it inherits more of the husky’s larger size!
See more: Our full guide to the Pomeranian Husky Mix.
A VERY cute husky mix indeed!
Dachshusky (Dachshund x Husky)
Dachshunds are a very cute and unusual-looking dogs in their pedigree state – short legs with long bodies and big, flappy ears – and they look even quirkier when they’re mixed with a husky.
The end ‘look’ can be a miniature husky with a long, hound face, the dachshund ears and the unique husky markings. Gorgeous!
Goldusky (Golden Retriever x Husky)
A golden retriever crossed with a miniature husky can make for some of the most loyal and playful husky mixes ever!
As the retrievers are comparatively such large dogs, make sure that the mini husky is male and the retriever a bitch so she can carry a potentially larger fetus.
See more: our guide to the mini golden retriever.
Horgi (Corgi x Husky)
A corgi and miniature husky make for a truly delightful small dog mix, both in adorable looks and affectionate, playful personalities.
These cuties are also known as Corskis and – hilariously – Siborgis. As both corgis and huskies are working dogs, your horgi will need daily walks and plenty of play.
Horgis can vary in appearance, depending on whether they take after their Corgi parent or their Husky parent. But no matter how the genes land, there’s no denying this is a seriously cute small husky mix.
Siberpoo (Poodle x Husky)
It’s a bit of a silly name, but the Siberpoo is anything but silly – a rather regal looking pup, in reality!
This designer dog breed was first bred in 1997 by Linda S. Spurlin.
They’re very intelligent and will be the perfect canine companion for anyone willing and able to invest the time in training their pup. They also need plenty of daily exercise and play to keep them stimulated.
Shiba Inusky (Shiba Inu x Husky)
If you fancy a fluffy puppy, the mini Shiba Inusky might just be for you.
The Shiba Inusky is a mixed breed created by crossing the Japanese dog Shiba Inu with the Siberian husky. This results in puppies who give the best qualities of both breeds: excellent hunting and tracking skills, as well as solid protection against intruders.
Very alert and intelligent, these hairy dogs need lots of attention and exercise (and plenty of brushing too!).