Husky beagle

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A Husky Beagle, or Cornish Husky, is a type of dog bred between a male Husky and female Beagle. Similar in appearance to a Husky, a Husky Beagle maintains the look of a Husky with a stance of a small hound Beagle.[1] The working breed measures 15-21 inches with a weight of 35 to 55 pounds. This dog type is an animal cross-breed between a tempered Husky and affectionate beagle, taking floppy ears from their beagle mother and soft appearance from a counterpart husky father. [2]

Husky Beagle

References[edit]

  1. ^ Schultz, Jeff (28 January 2003). Dogs of the Iditarod. Seattle: Sasquatch Books. p. 41. (ISBN 1-57061-292-7
  2. ^ "Siberian husky | breed of dog". Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved 2017-08-06.