The Siberian Cocker is a designer hybrid mix that is a combination of the American Cocker Spaniel and Siberian Husky. This medium-sized dog has all of the delightful characteristics of its parents. A stocky, muscular little dog, the males stand 13 to 20 inches and the females stand 14 to 16 inches. Siberian Cockers weigh between 26 and 40 pounds and the females tend to weigh slightly less than males. The soft coat is not overly long but it is dense. The Siberian Cocker is an ideal companion dog with a moderate energy level. He is perfect for families because the breed tends to adore children. He can live in an apartment as long as he is provided with proper exercise.
The Siberian Cocker is a medium-sized dog that has a full, dense coat that is more reminiscent of the American Cocker Spaniel than the Siberian Husky. Some dogs require trims, like the American Cocker Spaniel. The dog’s fur is soft and smooth to the touch. He should be combed several times a week to remove any mats. This dog’s coat varies in color and can be a combination of shades or a single color. Coat colors include white, black, tan, brown, and cream. His eyes are typically either brown, black, blue, or bi-colored. He is a stocky dog with a muscular frame. His legs are somewhat short with large feet and pads. The muzzle of the Siberian Cocker is somewhat short and his ears are long and floppy like those of the American Cocker Spaniel parent.