The Blonde German Shepherd Husky mix is a cross breed between the Siberian Husky and the German Shepherd. This type of dog originated in Germany, but was not recognized as its own breed until 1896 when it was registered with the American Kennel Club (AKC). Its name comes from its blonde coat and blue eyes, which can sometimes be one of several different colors such as hazel or brown. It is important to note that the color of this mixed breed’s eyes does not have any effect on whether they have vision trouble or not.
While their coats are usually straight, they can also have a wavy texture. Their face itself tends to be leaner than other dogs with a flatter nose and longer ears. They can range in size from medium to large, and they normally weigh between 35 and 80 pounds.
The Blonde Shepherd is an intelligent dog that does best when given a job or task every once in a while. They do not like being confined inside all day as they need the opportunity to work and explore their surroundings. The breed also excels at agility so it may be beneficial for you to take them on walks through obstacle courses as much as possible. They are enthusiastic about pleasing their owners and enjoy having something new to learn.
One of the most common characteristics amongst this breed is patience and tolerance; because of this, they often make great family pets with children due to how easygoing they are.
One issue potential owners should look out for is that these dogs are very dominant and strong willed. It is important that they are trained consistently through positive reinforcement to keep them in line or else they can become aggressive. To maintain discipline, it is suggested to only give the dog food if the owner gives them permission with a hand signal. If you do not want your German Shepherd Husky mix to be smart mouthed around strangers or other dogs, early socialization is essential as well as obedience training.
The Blonde German Shepherd Husky Mix:
Although it may seem like an interesting idea for some owners to crossbreed their animal companions, this does not always produce ideal results. The outcome of mixing two different breeds together can lead to defects within the offspring, such as hip problems (which is common in many designer crossbreds), and the Blonde German Shepherd Husky Mix dog is no exception to this.
Although they are both dominant breeds, the German Shepherd and the Siberian Husky have different personalities; therefore, it can be very difficult for owners to get their pets to behave in a way that is suitable for them. The Blonde German Shepherd Husky Mix dog is not much different when it comes to training, and can be stubborn when it comes to obeying the orders of his or her owner.
They are also very intelligent dogs, so this trait makes training even more difficult. It can take several years before owners will see results from their pets in regards to obedience, which is one reason why many people give up on these animals entirely. Although they love being around people and other animals, Blonde German Shepherd Husky Mixes are often too pleasure-seeking for their own good.
Blonde German Shepherd Personality and Temperament:
They are very clever dogs, and because of this they often become bored if training is dull. This can lead to barking problems, as well as other bad behaviors. They are independent dogs, which makes it difficult for them to obey their owners unless they are properly trained at an early age. It is important that these pets are socialized with people and other animals from a young age if they are to live happily in homes with children or other dogs.
Blonde German Shepherd Husky Mixes will prefer to be the boss if given the chance, and may try to take control during daily tasks such as taking walks or eating meals. These animals need gentle but firm trainers who know how to establish themselves early on in their relationships with these creatures.
The first-generation Blonde German Shepherd Husky Mixes will not have a very high prey drive, but their offspring from the second and third generation may have significantly higher prey drives. This is because many Blonde German Shepherd Husky Mixes are bred for show, which requires that they be as “obedient” as possible. In order to ensure this obedience, it has been found that breeders will often mate dominant female dogs with dominant male dogs, thus producing more submissive offspring who also tend to be more aggressive.
Coat, Color, Size:
When it comes to their coats, Blonde German Shepherd Husky Mixes have a fur coat that is medium-length and sheds twice per year. Their coats are known for being wavy or straight with dense undercoats. Their coats are said to be easy to care for.
Blonde German Shepherd Husky Mixes can come in any color combination, but the most common are black and tan, solid black, red and white, and all black (called “blue”). The size of Blonde German Shepherd Husky Mixes tends to vary depending on whether they were bred from a purebred Blonde German Shepherd or a purebred Siberian Husky.