She is a Huskinois, a breeding of a Belgian Malinois and a Siberian Husky. And, no, this was not one of those accidental breedings.
The Belgian Malinois is widely used as a police dog worldwide while the Siberian Husky is known for power and endurance as a sled dog.
According to her breeder, Darren Debenham, who sells dogs all over the world to police forces and military:
People have been trying to breed the two dogs for years but for some reason they would not breed and the pups died hours after they were born.
We believe this is the only one in the world and we hope now we can create a bigger and better breed.
We wanted to breed the two because the Belgian Malinois is a very fast and active dog and they can get to great speeds.
They also have a high prey drive, but they do tend to over-heat and get tired very quickly. With the Siberian Husky they can get to great speeds and can run great distances with their stamina. So now we have a Malinois which can run that little bit further and be that little bit bulkier. Source
He hopes that the little unnamed puppy can be a foundation dog for the new breed of police, military and guard dogs.
A recent study showed the secrets of why sled dogs are able to perform remarkable feats of endurance. Perhaps their stamina can be passed on to dogs used by military and police.
While dog purists and the AKC may not like cross breedings, in the hands of knowledgeable breeders, some remarkable dogs have been developed without the genetic weaknesses sometimes found in purebred dogs