Siberian Black Mouth Cur

55-75 lbs
18-22"
Unknown
Black Mouth Cur
Siberian Husky
The Siberian Black Mouth Cur is a hybrid dog. His parent breeds are the Siberian Husky and the Black Mouth Cur. A large dog, the Siberian Black Mouth Cur will weigh about seventy pounds at maturity. He inherits the ability and desire to work. He is a hunter at heart, and the tenacity of the Siberian Husky parent breed may only add to his prowess on the hunt. He will make a great watchdog as well. He is likely to be standoffish with strangers, and his size will make him intimidating to would-be intruders. He is good with children, provided he has proper socialization.
purpose Purpose
Companionship, Watchdog
history Date of Origin
Unknown
ancestry Ancestry
Siberian Husky, Black Mouth Cur

Siberian Black Mouth Cur Health

Average Size
Male Siberian Black Mouth Cur size stats
Height: 18-22 inches Weight: 55-75 lbs
Female Siberian Black Mouth Cur size stats
Height: 18-22 inches Weight: 55-75 lbs
Major Concerns
  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Corneal Dystrophy
  • Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA)
Minor Concerns
  • Von Willebrand's Disease
  • Hypothyroidism
Occasional Diagnoses
  • Elbow Dysplasia
Occasional Tests
  • Hip X-Rays
  • Dna For Vwd
  • Eye Examination
  • Full Body Physical Examination especially of the joints
  • Thyroid Panel

Siberian Black Mouth Cur Breed History

The Siberian Black Mouth Cur is a rare hybrid dog breed. In order to understand the origins of the Siberian Black Mouth Cur, it is important to study the origins of the parent breeds. The Siberian Husky's ancestor originated among the Chukchi, native nomads to Siberia. DNA  confirms that the Husky is one of the oldest dog breeds. Not only did the dogs provide transportation for their owners, but they also slept inside with the families, providing warmth for children especially. The Husky was brought to Alaska in 1908 where they became sled dogs. The Siberian Husky was a part of the All-Alaskan Sweepstakes, a race that is much like the Iditarod. He was also used to pull sleds through the deep snows of the Klondike during the Gold Rush. The Black Mouth Cur is a truly American dog. The Black Mouth Cur originated in the southern United States; in 1964, L.H. Ladner shared his breeding records, which indicated that his family had developed the dog that would become as the Black Mouth Cur. His extensive records mapped out the origin of the Black Cur bloodline. It is unknown exactly what breeds were combined before the Ladner family opened up their breeding program records to create the modern Black Mouth Cur.

Siberian Black Mouth Cur Breed Appearance

The Siberian Black Mouth Cur will be a large dog. He may be a cream or yellow color, a nod to his Black Mouth Cur parentage. Conversely, he may be a dark brown or gray (perhaps black) like the Siberian Husky parent. Eye color is also varied. He may have brown eyes like the Black Mouth Cur parent breed, or he may have a "glass" eye (one brown and one blue) - a trait he may inherit from the Siberian Husky parent breed. His coat is also likely to be influenced by the dominant parent breed. He may inherit the short, smooth coat of the Black Mouth Cur. Conversely, he may inherit the slightly longer, dense double coat of the Siberian Husky parent breed. His tail will curl over his back, and his ears will be erect.
Eye Color Possibilities
blue Siberian Black Mouth Cur eyes
Blue
brown Siberian Black Mouth Cur eyes
Brown
Nose Color Possibilities
black Siberian Black Mouth Cur nose
Black
Coat Color Possibilities
cream Siberian Black Mouth Cur coat
Cream
gray Siberian Black Mouth Cur coat
Gray
brown Siberian Black Mouth Cur coat
Brown
black Siberian Black Mouth Cur coat
Black
Coat Length
coat
Short Medium Long
Coat Density
coat density
pin
Sparse Normal Dense
Coat Texture
coat texture
Siberian Black Mouth Cur straight coat texture
Straight Wiry Wavy Curly Corded

Siberian Black Mouth Cur Breed Maintenance

The maintenance level of the Siberian Black Mouth Cur will largely depend upon the dominant parent breed. Should he inherit the short, straight coat of the Black Mouth Cur parent breed, the Siberian Black Mouth Cur will require little in the way of maintenance. He can be brushed weekly to remove any excess hair, bathe him only when necessary. Should he inherit the dense double coat of the Siberian parent breed, you will need to brush him two or three times a week to rid his coat of excess hair. Expect him to "blow" his coat twice a year. During the spring and fall, you will need to brush him daily. Brush his teeth two or three times a week to prevent the build-up of tartar on his teeth and bad breath. To prevent tooth decay, brush his teeth daily. Note: You will need to establish a grooming routine with him early in his life. The Siberian Husky parent breed can be sensitive to touch. Wipe out his ears with a cotton ball once a week to remove excess dirt; also, check his ears for redness and odors. Trim his nails every other week unless he wears them down naturally.
Brushes for Siberian Black Mouth Cur
Pin Brush
Pin Brush
Nail Clipper
Nail Clipper
Brushing Frequency
fur daily fur weekly fur monthly
Siberian Black Mouth Cur requires weekly brushing
Daily Weekly Monthly

Siberian Black Mouth Cur Temperament

The Siberian Black Mouth Cur is a rather serious dog. He takes some time to warm up to strangers. This, however, makes him a good watchdog. He is not likely to be standoffish with his family. He is highly intelligent, though housebreaking may take a little more time with the Siberian Black Mouth Cur than with other breeds. However, start training him at an early age and reinforce good behavior with praise and treats. He will not respond to punishment as a deterrent to bad behavior. He is not one to bark a great deal, but he will let you know if anything is amiss within his territory. Certainly, once he bonds to his family, he is very affectionate with them. He can be good with other dogs, but he must be socialized at an early age in order to successfully spend time with other animals.

Siberian Black Mouth Cur Activity Requirements

The Siberian Black Mouth Cur has the propensity to be rather active; however, if left to his own devices, he will become lazy and begin to put on weight. To keep him healthy, it is best to provide him with ample play and exercise time. He will fit into the activities of an active family, such as long walks and hiking. In fact, you will likely tire before he will on the hiking trail. Should you allow him time inside a fenced-in yard to play, be sure that the fence is at least six feet in height and that it is anchored at least 10 inches in the ground. Both parent breeds have a tendency to climb over fences and dig their way out of them as well. He will enjoy a trip to the dog park as well, but wait until he is fully trained. Remember, he is a hunter at heart, and he may be prone to wandering off when not on a leash or inside a properly-built fence.
Activity Level
low activity medium activity high activity
Low Medium High
Rec. Walk Mileage Per Week
10 miles
walk mileage
Minutes of Activity Per Day
60 minutes
activity minutes

Siberian Black Mouth Cur Food Consumption

Cups Per Day
3 cups
cup per day cost cup per day cost cup per day cost
Daily Cost
$1.50 - $1.90
food bowls daily cost
Monthly Cost
$39.00 - $52.00
food bag monthly cost

Siberian Black Mouth Cur Height & Weight

6 Months
Male Siberian Black Mouth Cur size stats at six months
Height: 11.0 inches Weight: 25.0 lbs
Female Siberian Black Mouth Cur size stats at six months
Height: 11.0 inches Weight: 25.0 lbs
12 Months
Male Siberian Black Mouth Cur size stats at 12 months
Height: 14.5 inches Weight: 40.0 lbs
Female Siberian Black Mouth Cur size stats at 12 months
Height: 14.5 inches Weight: 40.0 lbs
18 Months
Male Siberian Black Mouth Cur size stats at 18 months
Height: 17.5 inches Weight: 55.0 lbs
Female Siberian Black Mouth Cur size stats at 18 months
Height: 17.5 inches Weight: 55.0 lbs

Siberian Black Mouth Cur Owner Experiences

Tily
2 Years
2 People
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She is beautiful, loves to snuggle, likes car rides, likes “to go the store” she’s my baby, my ride or die in a vw bug. She goes nuts when I grab my purse, hat, and my cup. Always adopt❤️🐶🐶
1 month, 4 weeks ago
Lola
3 Years
2 People
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She is so affection and loving. She had half and half brown and blue eyes that kinda make her look like shes cross eyed but she has super site when it comes to bunny's
3 months ago
Malarkey
4 Years
1 People
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Tug-of-war
Hiking
Adopted from the pound…best dog I have ever had. He is calm and so so intelligent (but can be stubborn in training-positive reinforcement only!) My family calls him “man in a dog suit”. Cream colored, looks like a cur but with husky blue eyes (and husky personality). Best dog!!
3 months, 1 week ago
Dax
3 Years
2 People
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Tug
Hiking
Our boy is wonderful. He's headstrong and independent. He's sometimes aloof, but loyal, and wants to be everyone's best friend. At the park or patio, he wants to meet everyone and make sure they're all getting along and having a good time.
3 months, 2 weeks ago
Graycee
7 Months
4 People
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Pastimes
Fetch
Cuddling
Playing chase
Hide and seek with toys
White with gray spots , (slight brindle in the some parts of the gray) and crystal blue eyes. Her coat is short and layered. Extremely active, great with kids (once she quit jumping), and great with other animals. Loves to hunt, fetch, and chase. She's very fast. A little stubborn on potty training but is able to learn other tricks within a couple of hours. She is EXTREMELY smart, and even more cuddly and affectionate.
2 years, 8 months ago
Paşa
3 Years
4 People
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lying
caress
stroll
Walking,
Running
Sometimes he may be conservationist too much. He doesnt like the cows. He loves children. He loves to be loved. He cant get along with other dogs. We didnt buy him. He came us in 2018. He was so hungary and weak. So we fed him and he stayed with us.
5 months ago
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