Siber Doodle

Fluffy, intelligent, strong, energetic, easily trainable, hypoallergenic, non shedding and loyal – what more could anyone ask for in a dog! The Huskydoodle is a breed of dog with all of these traits and has started to become an increasingly popular doodle trend behind the Goldendoodle and Labradoodle.

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Huskydoodles are an eclectic mix of two very different types of dogs. First, the Siberian Husky is a big dog bred for working in the coldest climates. Second, the designer poodle, a cute and intelligent pooch known for its designer looks, hypoallergenic, and non shedding features. This makes for a unique combination that many dog owners have come to know and love.

This is a relatively new breed of dog, and if you are considering one, then it is crucial to make sure that you can take care of both the poodle and husky aspects of the dog. Your dog will have varying levels of traits from both of these dogs and a strong working dog with a high level of intelligence can be a handful!

What Is A Huskydoodle?

A Huskydoodle is a breed of dog with many nicknames – Siberpoo, Huskypoo, Poosky and Huskapoo, to name a few! A lot of cute names for a cute breed of dog, but they all boil down to one type of dog. A Siberian Husky crossed with a Poodle.

At a glance, the Husky and Poodle aren’t an obvious choice to cross-breed, but since the Siberian Husky sheds a lot of fur, crossbreeding it with a Poodle makes them more hypoallergenic and non shedding. However, they do look like completely different dogs and were originally bred for very different purposes. Still, the results of this cross-breeding has created a cross-breed with a lot of personality and great features.

A Short Huskydoodle History

The Huskydoodle is a relatively new breed of dog and it isn’t well known exactly how and when this cross-breeding occurred and why. However, we do know more about the individual breeds that make up this new type of pooch.

The Siberian Husky

The Husky we know and love originally come from North-East Asia and are first seen in a semi-nomadic tribe – The Chukchi People.

These dogs, with their thick coats and high endurance levels, made the perfect sledging dogs that when tethered together as a pack can easily pull light sledges and loads across some of the harshest of cold areas. These originators of today’s Siberian Huskies were isolated from other dog breeds and people and maintained their pure breed for generations before making their way to the rest of the world and slowly becoming the Siberian Husky we know of today.

The Siberian Husky isn’t only a working dog; they make wonderful companion pets, albeit with a lot of energy! They tend to have a friendly nature that us humans love in our pets. However, they do shed tons of fur which is why it makes sense to crossbreed with a Poodle!

The Poodle

The Poodle might be known as a French dog but the breed actually originated in Germany where it was bred with a water-resistant coat that made it perfect for duck hunting which then gave way for it to be an excellent water retriever dog. Fabulous swimmers with a quick intelligence, these dogs make fantastic pets and have now been bred into many varieties including toy breed versions and in many colors. The best features about the Poodle is that they have a non shedding fur coat which is hypoallergenic. So if you don’t want to vacuum up fur every day or get fur on your clothes, doodle breeds are a great choice.

The Huskydoodle Breed

There are never any guarantees when it comes to cross-breeding dogs, and each dog will have its own variation of coat colors, markings, temperament and traits so any Huskydoodle will have slightly different personalities and looks. But, that is part of what makes them so adorable! Each one has its own unique character and flair. For more information about doodle generations and charateristics, read our Goldendoodle Generation Guide.

There are some common traits to look out for that many Huskydoodles will share. They often are a mix of a highly alert dog with high intelligence and a lot of energy! These are dogs that will need a lot of walking and attention to stop them from becoming bored. If you can provide a dog with an active lifestyle and lots of mental stimulation, the Huskydoodle might be the perfect dog for you.

The appearance of a Huskydoodle can vary and it highly depends on its parents and their heritage. They commonly have thick double layers of hair, giving them a fluffy, shaggy appearance — the more Poodle genetics a Huskydoodle has the more curly, non shedding, and hypoallergenic the dog will be. The coat color can vary hugely depending on its heritage. They tend to stand between 13 to 22 inches high with a weight of between 45 to 60 pounds making this a medium to large dog. Sometimes a Huskydoodle has the distinctive bright blue eyes of their Siberian Husky ancestors, but they are just as likely to have the intelligent eyes of a Poodle.

The Siberpoo has a good temperament that makes for the perfect pet. Affectionate and smart – they are easily trainable and generally love to please their pet parents. In addition, a Huskpoo enjoys the company of humans and tend to be good with strangers too. However, it isn’t all easy and perfect genetic traits. This breed of dog can be a bit of a handful at times. They have a lot of energy and can be mischievous with it too. Huskypoo’s can be quite stubborn at times and can have destructive behavior without an adequate amount of exercise. In addition, since this is an extremely smart dog breed, they can sometimes be unruly and difficult to handle. Luckily they tend not to be aggressive. Although, it is important to bear in mind that any dog, no matter how docile, can become aggressive and difficult if their needs are not taken care of.

This breed of dog can make excellent family pets for those with older children. They don’t like being poked or prodded too much, which could be difficult for families with infants and small children. For families who love hikes and plenty of outdoor activities, this dog is perfect and easily trainable and with boundless energy.

Huskydoodle Health and Care

Luckily both the Siberian Husky and The Poodle are generally healthy dogs which is great news for a cross-breed of this variety. Choosing a good breeder will help allay any health fears you have. A great breeder should know and be able to tell you the history of the parents and lineage of your dog including any potential issues and health problems.

As with any breed of dog, there are some health issues that a Huskydoodle cross-breed may inherit from its parents breed such as:

  • Allergies
  • Patellar luxation
  • Elbow and Hip Displacement
  • They easily suffer separation anxiety

Your breeder and vet can give you advice on these and any other issues your Huskydoodle may suffer with. If you own or are planning to own one of these beautiful dogs then regular vet checkups, a healthy lifestyle with plenty of exercise should keep many health issues at bay and your Poosky should have an average lifespan of 10 to 14 years.

A Huskydoodle is a fairly easy dog to take care of as long as you have the time! They need a least an hours walking daily to make sure they get enough exercise and will also need you to be around a lot to give them both mental stimulation and companionship. These are a companion dog and won’t thrive if left alone for too long.

When it comes to general maintenance and coat care this dog is bred from two dog breeds that require a lot of grooming! Luckily the mix of the long, fluffy Siberian Husky coat and short wirey Poodle fur has toned down the need for grooming a little bit. However, you will regularly need to brush a Poosky and give them haircuts.

You shouldn’t need to shave your dog’s hair like you would a Poodle or give it regular trims like a Husky, but their longer coats and wavy hair can get matted easily so regular brushing is a must to avoid shaving your dog. As with anything that is a cross-breed, it can be a hit and miss about what traits your dog ends up with and if your dog’s coat is more like a Husky you will have to groom them less, but they will shed fur. If our dog is more like a Poodle then you will need to give their coat a little more grooming and care, but they will shed less.

Is A Huskydoodle The Right Dog For Me?

There is no doubt about it that Huskydoodles are lovely dogs. Their mix of affection, intelligence, character and energy all wrapped up in a fluffy coat of fur makes them a wonderful pet and companion for families with older children or for those with a lot of time to devote to their dog — especially for families who like to exercise!

If you aren’t too worried about having a perfect purebred and are happy to accept whatever mix of characteristics and traits a crossbreed dog comes with then the Huskydoodle is perfect. It can be a bit of a lottery to see what traits of its parents are most dominant, but both the Siberian Husky and Poodles are great dogs to start with and bred together creates a beautiful ball of mischievous energy that is the Huskydoodle. They also tend to shed a lot less fur and are more hypoallergenic due to their Poodle genes.

If you don’t have a lot of time to exercise a dog or would be leaving your pet alone for long periods of time then this is not the dog for you. This is a breed that needs a lot of exercise – at least sixty minutes every single day! They also require a lot of mental stimulation to stop this intelligent and alert dog from getting bored and looking for its own entertainment.

Siber Doodles

Huskypoo’s are fairly easy to maintain but will require some grooming and bathing, especially if your pooch has decided to follow it’s poodle ancestors and go for a swim! Usually, regular brushing is enough and most of us can fit this into our lives easily.

So, if you are looking for a bundle of energy with a loyal, affectionate nature, and are able to cope with the energetic and intelligent nature of these types of dogs then the Huskydoodle is the dog for you!

Conclusion for the Huskydoodle Guide

A Huskydoodle is the best of both worlds: a non shedding and hypoallergenic Husky. Many people love the high energy, loyalness, and love of a Husky, but hate vacuuming up a constant amount of hair. The Huskydoodle has many different nicknames like the Siberpoo, Huskypoo, Poosky and Huskapoo. This is an extremely fast growing and trending doodle breed.

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Siber Doodle

Anyone can fish thick weeds or cover with a Mepps Timber Doodle because Timber Doodles, when rigged with a Mister Twister Split Double Tail, are virtually weedless.

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Timber Doodle

Thick weeds, brush and cover are no match for the Mepps Timber Doodle. When rigged with a Mister Twister Split Double Tail, it gives the Timber Doodle a weedless body design that can erratically swim through the thickest of 'slop' when hunting for trophy fish. Due to the fluttering action as they sink, they can be vertically jigged, cast or trolled. The Timber Doodle is ideal for hooking up with bass, walleye, trophy northern pike and many other game fish.

All Timber Doodles come packaged with three Mister Twister Split Double Tails. Five proven colors. Epoxy painted colors included firetiger and frog. 1/4 or 1/2 ounce. Silver and gold Timber Doodles are plated with genuine silver or 24 karat gold. Black Timber Doodles are black nickel. Saltwater Timber Doodles are 24 karat gold plated, and feature rust-resistant stainless steel split rings. They are perfect for redfish, specks and snook.

Saltwater Timber Doodle

Saltwater Timber Doodles' action is irresistible to many saltwater game fish. Because they flutter as they sink, they can be vertically jigged, cast or trolled. They are ideal for speckled trout and snook, but they really excel when fishing grassy flats for redfish.

All Saltwater Timber Doodles are plated with 24 karat gold for increased flash and attraction, and feature rust-resistant stainless steel split rings. They come packaged with three genuine Mister Twister Split Double Tails.

Rigging a Timber Doodle

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Note how the Keeper Hook 'hides' the hook point just enough to keep the weeds off.


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Whether you're fishing fresh or saltwater, Timber Doodles are rigged the same. Push the entire Keeper Hook bayonet into the head of the Mister Twister trailer. Then, insert the hook into the back of the body, pushing it through until the point of the hook comes through the top. Back it off slightly.