Beagle Husky Mix: A Complete Guide To The Beaski

The Beagle Husky hybrid, also known as the Beaski, might have a scary name, to begin with, but this adorable offspring comes from two charming parent breeds and is the most lovable cross available today. First bred in the 90s to be hunting dogs, they are nowadays considered designer hybrids and are mostly used as companions.

Active, friendly, and intelligent, they love the outdoors, are cheerful, energetic, and require active owners. They are easy to train, are sociable and calm creatures, and can adapt to strangers and children with ease.

This fascinating combination of the Beagle and the Siberian Husky often results in an interesting looking pup mixed with all the best qualities of both its parents. If you have the time and devotion to share with this lovable pup, then the Beaski could be the right dog for you.

What is a Beagle Husky Mix?

Just like most designer ‘mixed’ breeds, the origins of the Beaski are unknown. But if we look upon the history of this canine we gather that this breed was originally mixed to produce a working dog, although they were mostly used as family pets.

Coming from two breeds that are known for their affectionate, loyal and calm nature, the Beaski is one that exhibits similar personality traits. Since Huskies and Beagles have undeniable energy, it is obvious that their offspring would also portray high energy levels and would need an owner to keep up with their energetic disposition.

They love spending time with their loved ones, are protective, and are always looking for extra attention. For those who prefer a more relaxed and laid back breed, I would suggest you pass up on the Beaski as they are a handful to keep up with.



The appearance of a Beaski would vary depending on the parent they take after more. They usually feature strong and sturdy builds with muscular legs and a long torso.

Their eyes could be brown, amber, hazel, or sometimes even blue like the Husky, while their nose might be black or brown.

Their ears are triangular, are floppy, and hang on the sides of their rounded head and they have medium-size snouts. They also have long tails that curl up at the back similar to the Beagle.

Height & Weight

Coming to the height and the weight of the Beaski, you can never expect a particular size. These dogs come in different sizes and their weight usually varies between 20 to 60 lbs and they could stand as tall as 24 inches in height.

Keep in mind, both parent breeds come with quite a few differences in terms of appearance and size and therefore you should expect anything in between, if perfectly mixed.

Coat & Colors

As we all know, Beagles and Huskies come in a wide range of different coat colors that are either bi-colored or tri-colored. Also know that Beagle Husky Mix coats can range from chocolate, copper, orange, brown, white, red, silver, tan, cream, gray, or just a combination of any of these together.

Their coats are double-layered and are often short to medium length. Not very dense, but straight and soft, they do require frequent brushing to help keep their coats looking its best.

If your Beaski takes after the Husky then you are in for a treat as you would need to brush them down almost every other day to prevent excess shedding and tangles.

Beagle Husky Mix Personality & Temperament

Considered to be one of the most sociable and easy-going pups around, the Beaski is not only known for its friendly attitude but also its incredible intelligence. Since both parent breeds were originally bred to work with other dogs in teams, it is in their genes to be overly affectionate and get along with almost everyone including children and other pets.

With that being said, it is always advised that you supervise your dog while they play with your children or with other pets to ensure they do not get into any mishaps. As mentioned earlier they are overflowing with energy and need to play as much as they can to help them stay happy and balanced.

If trained well the Beagle Husky mix can also make a great watchdog, owing to their fairly low levels of aggression, but overprotective nature. They also prefer spending most of their time outdoors which means it is better if you have a spacious yard or garden for them to play.



Affectionate, cuddly, and laid-back, the Beaski can sometimes be territorial and they will make sure to let strangers know that they are unwelcome.

Although sweet and lovable, you need to remember that these dogs were first bred as hunting canines – which makes them good guard dogs. They like spending time with their family members and also do well when alone.

However, with all that excess energy, they require regular exercise or else that could lead to anxiety and boredom which could further lead to aggression and destructive behavior which I’m sure you would not want.


Speaking of behavior, the Beaski is pretty well mannered when around other pets and children too but they can sometimes come off as stubborn and that could be an issue when it comes to training them.

They are eager to please and they possess an easy-going and relaxed disposition. They are smart and they tend to pick up new tricks and commands easily.

If you would like to keep your Beaski happy, give them access to the outdoors like your yard or garden or take them with you on your jogs or walks around the park.

Is A Beagle Husky Mix A Good Family Dog?

In many ways, Beagle Husky Mix hybrids make wonderful family pets. They are great with children however you would need to supervise during its early years.

One thing you should know about this mutt is that they can be extremely sensitive so if your child tends to get rough or wild, it could lead to the dog feeling anxious and frightened. Although they are not aggressive they can however become timid and that could lead to unwanted situations.

With that being said, these dogs love being around their loved ones, love to learn tricks, and play interactive games and prefer being in spacious areas. So if you can provide your pup with your time and affection, along with a large area to play around, then you got yourself a happy puppy.


Caring for A Beagle Husky Mix

There is a lot more to owning a dog than just playtime and cuddling. You must know exactly how to take care of your Beaski along with their everyday requirements. From their diet to their exercise, their health, and training, they need your time and patience.

Considering the various factors that are important while taking care of a Beaski will help you determine whether this pooch is the right pick for you.


As we revealed earlier, both the Beagle and the Husky were bred to be working dogs, therefore they require a lot of exercise and activity throughout the day to keep them healthy and fit. Along with an adequate amount of playtime in your yard or garden, the Beaski requires at least two walks of 30 minutes each to help them stay strong.

Compared to other mixed breeds, this hybrid has one of the highest energy levels, and giving them space they need to run around and exercise is always a plus. If you do not think you can fulfill the needs of this wonderful canine, it would be a bad idea to get yourself a Beaski.

They love running in the park with other pets, an adventurous hike with the family, or just a calm walk around the neighborhood beside you. Overall your pup must get the runtime and playtime it needs to vent out that excess energy, or else they will end up getting bored and anxious.

Grooming & Shedding

The grooming needs of a Beaski can vary from litter to litter and the type of coat they end up with would solely depend on who they take after more – the Beagle or the Husky.

If your mix features long fur like the Husky then you would need to brush them with a pin a few times every week. However, if he turns out like the Beagle, then once or twice in the week is more than enough to keep his coat healthy.

In terms of bathing, they do not require frequent baths but only when dirty, as this could dry out their skin. However, you must clean out their ears every week to check for wax buildup and other ear infections. They also need regular nail trimming and daily brushing of their teeth to ensure they do not suffer from tartar and plaque buildup.


Feeding & Diet

A Beagle Husky mix require diets that are filled with fats and proteins with low carbs. A Beaski puppy should have at least 22% of the protein in their diets, while adult Beaskis should have 18% or so.

Since these dogs are high-energy canines and are medium in size, you must check with your veterinarian to ensure you are giving them the right portion size with correct meal timings.

During its puppy years, you need to make sure that the portion size is smaller and split into multiple meals to help prevent bloating and indigestion. However, as the Beaski grows you can gradually increase the amount and allow your pooch to adapt to the change with time.

Another tip that I would like to add is feeding your dog treats and healthy snacks. Not only is this a great way to bond with your mutt but it also helps in providing them with the necessary nutrients and natural ingredients that would help with their growth and development.

Known Health Problems

Similar to most designer breeds, the Beaski is less likely to suffer from the same health issues as their parent breeds. However, this does not mean they are not liable to be prone to any illness. It is important for you as the owner, to keep an eye on their weight and feed them healthy food.

That being said, Beaskis are quite healthy in general but they do have some minor health conditions that you should know. These include hip dysplasia, cataracts, epilepsy entropion, and obesity.

Some of these usually occur during old age, therefore it is best to monitor their health and keep them fit while they are still young to prevent any future illnesses.

How to Train A Beagle Husky Mix

Training a Beaski can be quite intimidating for some, but it is not impossible. As we discussed earlier, they possess excessive amounts of energy and need intensive training to keep them balanced.

Thanks to their intelligence and sensitive nature, you would want to keep them happy throughout the training process by rewarding them with treats, as they could get bored, and training them could lead to frustration.

Remember to always use positive training reinforcements. Using negative methods like shouting and punishments usually results in losing trust and the dog becoming shy and timid. Keep in mind, a frightened dog is not a safe pet to have around therefore you need to stay firm but calm while training them.

Socialization is also extremely necessary from an early age. Introducing them to other pets, children, loud sounds, and unique sights from the very start will help them adapt easily.


Quick Breed Summary Table

Breed Information
Size 20 to 60 lbs
Weight 24 inches
Lifespan 11 to 14 years
Color Brown, gray, cream, red, chocolate, silver, tan, orange
Coat Short to medium length, straight and soft
Shedding & Grooming Moderate shedding. Regular grooming several times a week
Temperament Energetic, affectionate, loyal, smart, protective, stubborn
With Other Pets If socialized early, they get along well with other pets
People Skills Friendly around people but early socialization is a must
With Children Great with children but adult supervision is necessary
Exercise Needs 1 to 2 hours of walking and playtime combined daily.
Food A strict diet that is high in protein and fats and low in carbs.
Known Health Problems Hip dysplasia, cataracts, epilepsy entropion, and obesity

All Things Considered

Overall the Beaski is an intelligent, protective, and loyal pet. Their laid-back and happy-go-lucky personality is what makes them great family pets. Bursting with the energy they need a lot of space to run around and play to keep them healthy and happy.

Great with other pets and children, they require early training and socialization just like other dogs and are eager to learn new things. They love the outdoors and are always up for a hike or trekking with the family.

The ideal addition to any home, this pooch requires an owner that can match up to their energy levels, someone who has the time and patience to devote and one that can take care of their needs. So if you think you can manage this ‘adorable handful’ of a dog, then what are you waiting for.

Caroline Jones

Caroline has been a dog lover since she was only 6 years old, when her parents got her a rescue Boxer. Since then her love for dogs has lead her to study Dog Behavior & Welfare. She now educates people on how to properly raise and care for dogs, through her online site, Bark Friend. Now, she's a proud owner of a beautiful German Shepherd.

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