About the Goberian
The Goberian is a hybrid dog that is made up of a combination of two different purebreeds. It's a cross between the Golden Retriever and the Siberian Husky. We've found the best method for understanding the characteristics of the Goberian is to read both of its ancestors descriptions taking note of their temperaments, size and general look.
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The Goberian has the body and fur of the Retriever with the legs and markings of the Husky. The ears may be erect or floppy. The tail is similar to that of the Husky. The colors of the coat range.
The Goberian is usually very friendly and tends to be very loyal to its pack leader. They are energetic, smart and love to please. Most are extremely easy to train. They have a gentle disposition and are good with people as long as they are properly socialized from birth. If they are not socialized, some behavior issues may arise.
10-15 year life span. Generally healthy, can have ear mites, hip dysplasia, obesity.
The Goberian requires regular brushing to remove the dead undercoat. Most owners choose to do this three times a week. Groomers choose to use a method known as plucking to remove dead undercoat around the hind quarters (gentle grabbing and pinching of dead hair). It's best to brush before bathing as well.
Needs room to exercise, daily walks, lots of interaction with family. Needs regular interaction in family home.
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