If you have ever laid eyes on a Pomsky, you are sure to believe that it is the “perfect pooch.” This “breed” derives its look from a large and stunning Siberian husky mother and a fuzz ball, Pomeranian father.
These adorable puppies grow to be small or medium sized dogs. They come in almost 20 variations of color, from white, brown, grey to reddish brown. Hence, before committing to a Pomsky, there is a lot you need to know.
Dogs are personable creatures, but imagine the outgoing personalities of a husky and a Pomeranian merged. They are fun-loving and emotional like no other breed, and they love attention.
Pomskies are not yet recognized as a breed by the American Kennel Club. This can attribute to the fact that we don’t know much about them, such as their genetic medical conditions, their characteristics, and temperaments. However, for the time being, you can rely on the breeder to tell you about a pomsky’s mother and father’s attitude and medical condition.
As Pomeranians and Huskies both love cold climates, it is a given that your pomsky would prefer it. But, pomskies can also adapt to warmer climates and do just fine. If you are a puppy parent, who lives in a warmer area all you have to do is keep an eye out any signs of overheating from your new furball. Staying indoors and conducting indoor activities is one way of keeping your pet from overheating.
75/25 – 50/50 Pomsky + Purebred Siberian husky
50/50 Purebred Siberian husky + Purebred Pomeranian
25/75 – 50/50 Pomsky +Purebred Pomeranian
If you are adopting a pomsky, you are in for a lifetime of frequent visits to the groomers. Better find some memberships or coupons to help you. They shed quite a bit on a regular basis and summertime increase this to 7 brushing session from 3-4 a week.
Pomsky puppies are giving the adorable golden retrievers and German shepherd puppies a run for their cuddles! This breed is gaining popularity and is here to stay. However, they have only been here for a short while which leaves most owners to a disadvantage. There is no established certainty about the size they may grow up to be. Although the general deduction is that they grow up to be only medium sized dogs, there are only a few people who may be ready for the commitment of raising a pomsky just yet.
If you are willing enough to adopt this adorable breed, you should do so carefully. Do your research and make sure that the puppy you are being offered adheres to the facts about Pomskies.
These puppies are not cheap, purchasing one may cost you from a 1000 to 5000 dollars.
Buy responsibly and only from ethical breeders. Pay special attention to their feeding and grooming needs also do your research before you adopt one!