Gerberian Shepsky Mix
Gerberian Shepsky Mix
Gerberian Shepsky Mix


Gerberian Shepsky Breed History In Karlsruhe, a group of dedicated breeders produced the handsome German Shepherd by using longhaired, shorthaired and wire-coated local herding and farm dogs. The dogs were presented at Hanover in 1882 and the shorthaired version was presented in Berlin in 1899.

Care and Health

Dogs can at times prove to be a work load and particular during clean up time. Apart from requiring regular grooming sessions, the Gerberian Shepsky sheds moderately. Ideally, ensure that the double coat is brushed at least two times per week. This ensures that the coats remain shiny and free of any dead fur. If not looked after properly, their hair can get pretty wild. It is important that you spend quality time with your dog and especially during cleaning time brushing them, bathing, trimming, cutting their hair and even taking care of their ears. Their ears have a tendency of accumulating a lot of wax and their eyes need regular checking and cleaning. While most designer dogs do not inherit most of the health issues present in their parents, the risk of a Gerberian Shepsky inheriting an undesirable health condition from its parentage cannot be ruled out.

Fun Fact

Like their Siberian husky parents, Shepskies can have two different color eyes. While the most common eyes are brown, it’s not strange to see them sporting blue eyes. And it’s not even surprising to see them with one blue and one brown.

Good For

Police or guard duty, experienced dog owner families with plenty of room to run, highly active owners


loyal, social, alert and also very intelligent.


Size large, medium Fur, sheds a lot, high energy.

The Cutest Gerberian Shepsky Mixes on Pet Parade

  • Timber
  • Luna
  • Rocky
  • Puppy 2
  • Diesel
  • Maylee
  • Roscoe