Goberian Puppies

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The friendly and energetic Goberian

The Goberian is the cross between the friendly Golden Retriever and the intelligent Siberian Husky. They are loyal and loving companions.

Goberian At a Glance

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Goberian At a Glance

  • Size: 20"-24", 45-90 lbs.
  • Lifespan: 10-15 years
  • Energy Level: high
  • Coat: Thick, Medium to Long-Length, Straight or Wavy
  • Shedding: heavy
  • Hypoallergenic: No
  • Dog Group: Non-Sporting
  • Common Nicknames: Golden Husky

Goberian Breed Guide

Learn More about Goberians

  • Temperament

    Goberians have a friendly, loving temperament and are intelligent. They are good with children and enjoy spending time with their family. Generally, they are easy to train as they aim to please, however, if they inherit the independent streak from the Husky, they may need more patience with training.

  • Health

    Goberians are generally healthy. They can be susceptible to epilepsy, Von Willebrand’s disease, gastric dilatation and volvulus (GDV), heart problems, and osteochondritis dissecans (OCD).

  • Activity Level

    With their high energy level, Goberians are an active breed that needs daily exercise such as walks, running, and hikes, as well as other mental stimulation activities like playing fetch.

  • Grooming

    They should be brushed several times a week to keep dander and loose fur under control and to keep their coat clean.

  • Shedding

    Goberians like the Golden Retriever and Siberian Husky, shed heavily as they have a double coat.

  • Appearance

    Medium to large in size, Goberians have a thick, double coat. They can have blue or brown eyes and their coat is usually white, black, gray, brown, or cream. Usually a combination of several colors and having Husky markings, they have a distinct look.

  • History

    Like most newer designer breeds, it is uncertain when the Goberian originated. Likely, they were first intentionally bred in the late 1990s or early 2000s.