3 Responses to Siberpoo

  1. Lisa says:

    I have a 7 month old siberpoo. He is currently 54lbs (thin) and 24 inches at the withers. As far as tempermant with children? He’s big and can be clumsy, he likes to dqy hi by smacking you with his giant paws but, he loves EVERYONE. If he trully understood just how big he was hed be fine around little children but because of his size id wait till they were at least 6 or 7.Hes golden brown with a liver nose and light hazel eyes. Super hairy but does mot shed enough to mention. Over all, super smart but kind of resistant when there isnt a snack reward for cooperation.

  2. Amanda says:

    I have a one year old siberpoo. He is 76 lbs and actually thin. He is quite the tall pup. He LOVES everyone and all other dogs. He has the sweetest temperament. He often thinks he is a lap dog and sprawls across my lap. He is afraid of pretty much everything and would never act in a protective way (he runs behind us if he thinks there’s danger near). When he was six months old we had to work on separation anxiety – the vet said this was most likely due to the husky because they are slightly neurotic- he would break out of his crate and destroy things such as the carpet or table. Resolving the separation anxiety has made us all so much happier.

    He is F1 (1/2 poodle 1/2 husky) and does shed quite a bit, just a heads up to anyone thinking they may be purchasing a pup that will not shed at all. He also requires brushing otherwise he would have mats in his hair.

    With regards to training our pup was not food motivated at all and required praise as his reward for good behavior making training a little more difficult. We have trained him to pull us on our long boards with a harness and he also LOVES the snow (nose dives into it). Overall a great pup with the best personality!

    • Spring says:

      Amanda, just curious where you got your pup, accidental litter somewhere or from a breeder? I’m curious to know more about this breed.

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