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35-45 lbs
United States
Siberian Husky

The Beaski may have a scary name but they are one of the most lovable and sweet breeds there are. That is because their parent breeds, the Beagle and Siberian Husky, are both very loving dogs. However, it is difficult to determine which breed they will mostly look like because they can go either way. Some look just like small Siberian Huskies and others look like large Beagles. Either way, they are easy to train, loyal, laid back, and make excellent family pets although you should socialize them early so they are able to get along well with other pets and children. 

Hunting, Companion
Date of Origin
Beagle and Siberian Husky

Beaski Health

Average Size
Male Beaski size stats
Height: 18-22 inches Weight: 40-50 lbs
Female Beaski size stats
Height: 16-20 inches Weight: 35-45 lbs
Major Concerns
  • Intervertebral Disc Disease
  • Pulmonic Stenosis
  • Epilepsy
  • Congenital Heart Defect
Minor Concerns
  • Entropion
  • Cataracts
  • Canine Hip Dysplasia (Chd)
Occasional Diagnoses
  • Hemophilia
  • Glaucoma
Occasional Tests
  • Spine
  • Eye Examination
  • Skin Evaluation
  • X-ray imaging
  • CT or MRI scan
  • Neurological Examination
  • Blood Analysis
  • Cardiac Ultrasound

Beaski Breed History

The Beagle has been around since the 1300s according to most experts. However, some say they were around during the 5th century when dogs of a similar size were used for hunting in Greece. The early Beagles were called Pocket Beagles because they were only about eight inches tall and the hunters would actually keep them in their pockets when needed. But, due to their small size, they became extinct when hunters chose to use larger dogs able to withstand more. The modern Beagle you see today originated in England from the Southern Hound, North Country Beagle, the Talbot Hound, and possibly the Harrier. The Beagle is known for being President Lyndon B. Johnson’s dog in the White House and also became famous for his role as Charlie Brown’s dog, Snoopy. In 1885, the Beagle was officially recognized by the American Kennel Club and is the 5th most popular dog breed in America. The Siberian Husky got its name from where it originated, in Siberia. They were developed by an ancient Russian tribe, the Chukchi people, who used them to hunt and pull their sleds. In the 1900s, the breed was brought to Alaska and entered into the All Alaska Sweepstakes race, which they won. They continued to win until the games were cancelled because of World War I. In 1925, the Siberian Husky made a name for itself by saving thousands of people in a town called Nome by delivering serum during the diphtheria epidemic. It took over 100 dogs to make the 658-mile trip to get the medicine from Nulato and bring it back to Nome and it was done in record time. In 1930, the were accepted by the American Kennel Club and they are the 12th most popular breed. 

Beaski Breed Appearance

The eyes of your Beaski may be brown, amber, hazel, or even blue like the Siberian Husky and their nose may be black or brown. They usually have floppy, triangular ears and a medium sized muzzle on a rounded head. They are built strong and solid with muscular, thick-boned legs and a long torso. Their tail is usually long and curls up over the back. They are medium sized and have a short, soft coat that can be just about any color including black, gray, brown, red, cream, fawn, white, pied, sable, or brindle. They are rarely one solid color and most are tricolored. 

Eye Color Possibilities
blue Beaski eyes
hazel Beaski eyes
brown Beaski eyes
amber Beaski eyes
Nose Color Possibilities
black Beaski nose
brown Beaski nose
Coat Color Possibilities
black Beaski coat
gray Beaski coat
brown Beaski coat
red Beaski coat
cream Beaski coat
fawn Beaski coat
white Beaski coat
pied Beaski coat
sable Beaski coat
brindle Beaski coat
Coat Length
Short Medium Long
Coat Density
Sparse Normal Dense
Coat Texture
Beaski straight coat texture
Straight Wiry Wavy Curly Corded

Beaski Breed Maintenance

Your Beaski grooming needs can vary, depending on which type of coat they end up with. If they have the longer fur of the Husky, they may shed more and will need to be brushed with a pin brush several times a week. However, with a Beagle coat, you may just need to brush them with a slicker brush once or twice a week. They do not need to be bathed often, only when needed, because it will dry out their skin. However, you should clean their ears once a week and check them for mites, wax buildup, and irritation. You should also trim their toenails when needed and brush their teeth once a week to prevent tooth decay. 

Brushes for Beaski
Pin Brush
Slicker Brush
Nail Clipper
Brushing Frequency
Beaski requires weekly brushing
Daily Weekly Monthly

Beaski Temperament

The Beaski is one of the most friendly and easy-going dogs there are and they are incredibly smart as well. Because both of the parent breeds are bred to work with teams of other dogs, it is in their genes to get along well with others and they love children too. However, you should always supervise your dog with any small child and watch them with small animals such as cats they have not been raised with. They have tons of energy and like to work as well as play. The Beaski is affectionate and cuddly with a low level of aggression but they can also make good watch dogs if trained properly. 

Beaski Activity Requirements

Because Beagles and Siberian Huskies are both working dogs, they need a lot of vigorous exercise every day. If you do not have them working, you should take them for at least two long walks per day and also let them play outdoors for at least an hour or 90 minutes. You can take them to a dog park to run with other dogs, to the woods to hike, or to your own yard to play fetch. As long as they are able to get out and run around freely for at least 60 minutes per day. If they do not get enough exercise, they can become anxious and bored. 

Activity Level
Low Medium High
Rec. Walk Mileage Per Week
15 miles
Minutes of Activity Per Day
90 minutes

Beaski Food Consumption

Cups Per Day
3.5 cups
Daily Cost
$2.4 - $3.2
Monthly Cost
$72 - $96

Beaski Height & Weight

6 Months
Male Beaski size stats at six months
Height: 18 inches Weight: 30 lbs
Female Beaski size stats at six months
Height: 16 inches Weight: 25 lbs
12 Months
Male Beaski size stats at 12 months
Height: 19 inches Weight: 37 lbs
Female Beaski size stats at 12 months
Height: 17 inches Weight: 32 lbs
18 Months
Male Beaski size stats at 18 months
Height: 20 inches Weight: 45 lbs
Female Beaski size stats at 18 months
Height: 18 inches Weight: 40 lbs

Beaski Owner Experiences

2 Years
2 People
House & Yard
Very friendly, loves all dogs and humans, stubborn with training but very intelligent. Has more Beagle looks and traits than Husky, but pulls on the lead like a Husky!
3 weeks, 6 days ago
8 Weeks
2 People
House & Yard
she is in puppy stage so she is very nippy at feet hands and pants legs
4 months ago
7 Weeks
2 People
House & Yard
Only two days. Wants to be up in arms constantly and don't like been alone.
4 months, 2 weeks ago
7 Months
3 People
Found her and kept her. She’s part of the family. Just so stubborn
6 months ago
Book me a walkiee?
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