The Utonagan crossbreed was created using a Siberian Husky, an Alaskan Malamute, a German Shepherd, and five other rescue breeds that remain unknown. This hybrid breed is not an officially recognized breed by the American Kennel Club, they are popular with many dog lovers.
In summary, three common health concerns that Utonagans may face include Obesity, Hip dysplasia, and Bloat.
As the Utonagan is relatively rare and new, little is documented about its general health. However, there are documented disorders in the breed, including cataracts and other optical complaints, epilepsy, Addison's Disease, hip and elbow dysplasia, and von Willebrand's Disease, a rare bleeding disorder.
Friendly, intelligent, even-tempered and companionable
It is essential to make sure a Utonagan gets plenty of exercise. They are not well-suited to living in an apartment or a house without a fenced-in backyard where they can run and play. It will be essential to take your dog for daily walks and play with him or her to ensure they get enough exercise.