The Pyrenees Husky may very well be the epitome of what it means to be a snow dog; these dogs descend from the Great Pyrenees Dog and the Siberian Husky - two breeds who are renowned for their ability to work in the snow with ease. Though the appearance of Pyrenees Huskies may vary from dog to dog, all members of this hybrid breed of dog possess thick coats and strong builds. Because of this, you can go mushing, joring, mountain climbing, and possibly even caving with one of these dogs! The Pyrenees Husky has the potential to make a great companion for anyone who lives an active lifestyle and is open to trying new things.
We feel that Pyrenees Huskies are truly remarkable dogs that have a lot of potential. After reading through this article, we hope that you've come to feel the same way about these rather versatile hybrids. In these sorts of guides, we don't really get to talk about a dog's temperament too much (in large part due to the fact that we've already done so via our Great Pyrenees Husky Breed Guide - which you should totally check out when you're done here!) Suffice it to say that the Pyrenees Husky is a very friendly, loyal, and compassionate dog that's always calm and cool. Really, the only reason that a person may want to avoid adopting one of these dogs is due to not having enough room to house them.