Siberian Indian Dog

50-100 lbs
Siberian Husky
Native American Indian Dog
The Siberian Indian Dog is a designer hybrid cross between the Siberian Husky and the Native American Indian Dog. It possesses the favorable characteristics of both of its parent breeds to create a happy, highly intelligent dog that enjoys pleasing his owner. The Siberian Indian Dog stands 23 to 34 inches tall and weighs 50 to 120 pounds. Females tend to be considerably smaller than males. His lifespan averages 14 to 19 years. The Siberian Indian Dog is a true companion that makes an exceptional pet for children. He has a gentle nature and is quick to learn. Ideally, he should live in a home with a large yard where he can run and play.  His quick nature makes him an excellent candidate for obedience training.
purpose Purpose
history Date of Origin
ancestry Ancestry
Siberian Husky and Native American Indian Dog

Siberian Indian Dog Health

Average Size
Male Siberian Indian Dog size stats
Height: 28-34 inches Weight: 100-120 lbs
Female Siberian Indian Dog size stats
Height: 23-30 inches Weight: 50-100 lbs
Major Concerns
  • Progressive Retinal Atrophy
  • Cataracts
  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Corneal Dystrophy
Minor Concerns
  • None Known
Occasional Diagnoses
  • None Known
Occasional Tests
  • Up:Uc Ratio For Kidney Function
  • Eye Examination
  • Full Physical Examination regarding joint movement around the hip and kneecap
  • Full Body Physical Examination

Siberian Indian Dog Breed History

The Siberian Indian Dog is a delightful mix of its two parents and boasts a noble lineage. The Siberian Husky is a sled dog extraordinaire. The breed was created by the semi nomadic Chukchi people of Northeastern Asia over 3,000 years ago. The dog’s primary function within the tribe was to pull sleds enabling the nomads to move about easily. During the 19th century, the dogs were widely used as sled dogs by fur traders. In January of 1925, the dogs made an impressive public debut in the United States when a team was used to pull sleds carrying diphtheria medication a great distance in Nome Alaska. The Native American Indian Dog’s history can be traced back to the year 1500 when the dogs were common pets of numerous Native American tribes. They were used to pull travois, hunt, and protect the tribe. This attractive dog was never actually a purebred but a cross of many dogs because the Native Americans commonly crossed dogs between tribes and there was never any focused breeding plan. Nowadays, there is a great deal of controversy over the Native American Indian Dog because many people say it’s actually a newly created breed that was first bred by Karen Markel of Majestic View Kennels and that the dog’s ties to the tribes of the United States are murky. Karen Markel created the Native American Indian Dogs by crossing the Siberian Husky, Alaskan Malamute, Chinook and German Shepherd. Nonetheless, the Siberian Indian Dog is a cross between the Siberian Husky and the modern American Indian Dog. 

Siberian Indian Dog Breed Appearance

The appearance of the Siberian Indian Dog is very striking. The noble dog has a very strong and muscular build. Its head is triangle-shaped with exceptionally alert eyes. The eyes can be blue, black, brown or even a combination of colors. He has a long muzzle and upright ears. The coat of the Siberian Indian dog is varied. The dog's coat colors can range from white to yellow, orange, red, spotted, and black. The fur is long, fluffy, and soft. It does have a thick undercoat. This dog requires no trimming to look good but does benefit from brushing. During the year, he does not shed very much but once a year the thick undercoat is blown. The feet of this dog are very tight and almost catlike. The pads are typically black, as is the nose and the rim of the mouth and lips.
Eye Color Possibilities
blue Siberian Indian Dog eyes
hazel Siberian Indian Dog eyes
brown Siberian Indian Dog eyes
amber Siberian Indian Dog eyes
Nose Color Possibilities
black Siberian Indian Dog nose
Coat Length
Short Medium Long
Coat Density
coat density
Sparse Normal Dense
Coat Texture
coat texture
Siberian Indian Dog straight coat texture
Straight Wiry Wavy Curly Corded

Siberian Indian Dog Breed Maintenance

Although the Siberian Indian dog has a thick coat, he does not shed very much. Only once a year, his thick undercoat blows in thick clumps. He benefits from occasional brushing to keep his fur looking shiny and robust. Brushing is also an excellent bonding time. His nails do require occasional trimming but the more active the dog is the less his nails will need to be trimmed. Running, walking, and playing naturally help wear down his toenails. Many owners opt to brush the dog’s teeth several times a week to help control plaque buildup and prevent periodontal disease later in life. Once a week, owners should gently wipe out the dog’s upright ears to remove any built-up debris. 

Brushes for Siberian Indian Dog
Slicker Brush
Slicker Brush
Nail Clipper
Nail Clipper
Brushing Frequency
fur daily fur weekly fur monthly
Siberian Indian Dog requires weekly brushing
Daily Weekly Monthly

Siberian Indian Dog Temperament

The Siberian Indian Dog is an excellent mix of its parent's personalities. He is exceptionally loyal and loving. A true athlete, he enjoys walking, jogging, playing fetch, or any physical activity that he can share with his family. The Siberian Indian Dog excels at obedience or agility. He is an extremely social dog and likes to be active and involved in all aspects of his family’s life. Overall, the dog is very quiet and will typically only bark if a stranger approaches; he gets along well with other animals and tends to be very gentle.

Siberian Indian Dog Activity Requirements

The Siberian Indian Dog is a true athlete just like his parents the Siberian Husky and the Native American Indian Dog. He is designed to pull, run, and walk miles with his muscular build. This dog truly benefits from having a large yard where he can play for a few hours every day. He also adores daily walks and jaunts to the dog park. Children love playing frisbee and ball with the Siberian Indian Dog. He is a busy companion who thrives as a member of an active family.
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 Indian Dog Food Consumption

Cups Per Day
3 cups
cup per day cost cup per day cost cup per day cost
Daily Cost
$2.00 - $3.00
food bowls daily cost
Monthly Cost
$60.00 - $90.00
food bag monthly cost

Siberian Indian Dog Height & Weight

6 Months
Male Siberian Indian Dog size stats at six months
Height: 24.0 inches Weight: 62.5 lbs
Female Siberian Indian Dog size stats at six months
Height: 20.5 inches Weight: 60.0 lbs
12 Months
Male Siberian Indian Dog size stats at 12 months
Height: 31.0 inches Weight: 87.5 lbs
Female Siberian Indian Dog size stats at 12 months
Height: 26.5 inches Weight: 67.5 lbs
18 Months
Male Siberian Indian Dog size stats at 18 months
Height: 31.0 inches Weight: 110.0 lbs
Female Siberian Indian Dog size stats at 18 months
Height: 26.5 inches Weight: 75.0 lbs

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