The Siberian Husky-Goldendoodle, also known as the Golden Huskydoodle, is a very rare crossbreed. This breed inherits traits from the Siberian Husky, Golden Retriever, and Poodle.
Resulting from the parents, the Siberian Husky-Goldendoodle mix is a relatively large dog with a thick coat of long fur that is likely wavy or curly.
Based on the size of the parent breeds, the Siberian Husky-Goldendoodles would likely be medium-sized dogs. It would probably be a little stockier, especially in the legs.
The Siberian Husky-Goldendoodle likely has a sharp personality. Based on the parent breeds, they likely love people, especially their family, and have high energy levels.
Possible health issues could include, but are not limited to: - Cataracts - Glaucoma - Progressive retinal atrophy - Zinc deficiency
The average lifespan of the Siberian Husky-Goldendoodle is 10-15 years.