The oncogenic fusion protein BCR-ABL is the driving force of leukemogenesis in chronic myeloid leukemia (CML). Despite great progress for CML treatment through application of tyrosine kinase inhibitors (TKIs) against BCR-ABL, long-term drug administration and clinical resistance continue to be an issue. Herein, we described the design, synthesis, and evaluation of novel proteolysis-targeting chimeric (PROTAC) small molecules targeting BCR-ABL which connect dasatinib and VHL E3 ubiquitin ligase ligand by extensive optimization of linkers. Our efforts have yielded SIAIS178 (19), which induces proper interaction between BCR-ABL and VHL ligase leading to effective degradation of BCR-ABL protein, achieves significant growth inhibition of BCR-ABL+ leukemic cells in vitro, and induces substantial tumor regression against K562 xenograft tumors in vivo. In addition, SIAIS178 also degrades several clinically relevant resistance-conferring mutations. Our data indicate that SIAIS178 as efficacious BCR-ABL degrader warrants extensive further investigation for the treatment of BCR-ABL+ leukemia.