Huskita is a large-sized hybrid dog developed by crossing the Akita and the Siberian Husky. The Dog Registry of America (DRA) recognizes this breed although there isn’t much information about its origin. It is characterized by a stout, sturdy stature with a curly and bushy tail. With it has a strong head and jaws, the muzzle is comparatively shorter and ends in a roundish black nose. These highly active dogs also feature almond-shaped eyes, large and erect ears and are very good as family dogs.
Temperament & Personality
Huskita inherits its hunting instincts and protective nature from both its parents. It is an energetic and affectionate dog with a spirited attitude. As an excellent companion and watchdog, it will protect its master in all circumstances and never leave them alone. Due to their territorial nature, it is best if there is only one other pet. If the Akita’s traits are dominant, the dog’s behavior in front of strangers can be aggressive. First-time owners should not buy it because sometimes these dogs get aloof and independent.