Designer dogs are becoming increasingly popular in the animal lovers’ community. The combination of two purebreds seem to add a new meaning to a term that is most commonly applied to consumer goods such as bags, shoes, and clothes.

Designer dog breeds or hybrid dogs are cute, cuddly canines from purebred parents of different breeds. Designer dogs are not new as many breeders have been facilitating such a method for many decades. It became popular when the demand for unique dogs increased in recent years.

Unlike mixed breeds that are a result of two or more breeds, with one or both parents being mixed breeds themselves, hybrid dogs are a product of two certified dogs that are certified purebreeds. This means that a designer dog already has a definite or guaranteed structure.

One hybrid dog type that is stealing the hearts of many canine lovers is the Pomeranian Husky or Pomsky. The Pomeranian Husky is just one of the latest hybrid dogs that everyone is going crazy about. This is not surprising at all as Pomskies are undeniably cute and cuddly creatures. Pomsky essentially look like mini Huskies, while some are too cute that people cannot resist comparing it to stuffed toy Huskies too.

Although classified as Designer Breed, a Pomksy may not exactly be a combination of 50% Husky purebreed and 50% Pomeranian purebred as breeders use multi-generation crosses to produce equally adorable Pomskies.

Pomskies are much coveted by those prefer taking care of smaller dogs. Pomskies vary in appearance as there are a variety of factors that contribute to the final appearance of puppies. In addition, dog lovers have different preferences when it comes to the physical attributes and temperament of puppies. Some desire to bring home pomskies that feature prominent Husky markings, whilst some prefer Pomksies that boast dominant Pomeranian attributes.

Physical Attributes
As mentioned, there is no one unique look for Pomskies. The mere fact that they are mixed from parents of different breeds makes it hard to guess how puppies will look like until delivery. Basically, Pomksies may come in five different colors namely red, black, grey, red, cream, and brown. In terms of markings, the pattern and intensity of color range from solid color, sable, and parti. When it comes to eye color, a Pomsky may exhibit any of the following shades:

  • Brown
  • Green 
  • Amber
  • Hazel
  • Blue

Again, due to the fact that Pomskies re hybrid dogs, it is not uncommon to see puppies that possesses different colored eyes. The coat length of Pomskies is typically medium length with full downy undercoat. Pomskies are dogs often dubbed as teddy bear canines due to their soft and fluffy coat. One trait that reveals their Husky genes is that of their pointed and erect ears.

When it comes to temperament, Pomskies are known for their good behavior. Just like its parents, Pomskies are highly intelligent cuties too. Their smarts make it easy for pet parents to teach and train them with new tricks. Just like its parent breeds the Pomeranian and Husky, Pomeranian Huskies are extremely loyal in nature.

A Pomeranian Husky is the perfect designer dog breed for those with children at home. Their playful and energetic qualities will be highly appreciated by individuals who like the outdoors. They are also the perfect pet at home if you have children as Pomskies are not only playful, but very gentle creatures as well.

In terms of size, a Pomeranian Husky is relatively smaller than its Husky parent. This is due to the fact that it gets its size from its Pomeranian parent. To come up with small-sized Pomskies, breeders usually cross between a Male Pomeranian and a female Husky.

The mixing of a female Pomeranian and a make Husky may result in medium-sized pups instead. A full-grown Pomeranian Husky can weigh between 15 and 20 pounds, whilst teacup versions weigh at two pounds only.

Health and Wellness
Unlike purebred dogs that seem to suffer from a host of medical conditions, Pomskies are known to have a little to 0% predisposition to health problems. There Is probability that a Pomsky may suffer from dental problems inherited from the Pomeranian parent that which is commonly characterized by plaque buildup resulting in tooth loss. Pet parents are advised to have their pets undergo annual dental cleaning to promote optimum teeth and gum health.

Although teacup Pomskies are undeniably cuter and cuddlier than larger-sized Pomeranian Huskies, they are known to be at higher risk of developing illnesses as they are mostly the runt of the litter. Extra care and attention is to be given to teacup versions in order to maintain wellness.

Pomeranian Huskies have an impressive lifespan that can reach up to 14 years. Veterinary clinic visits should not only be limited annually, but should be every three months to ensure that they are in good shape all year round. Just like other dog breeds, Pomskies need vaccination, deworming, and grooming as part of an excellent overall care plan. Neutering or spaying is also recommended as these surgical operations not only sterilized Pomskies, but also improve their level of health too.

Although smaller than Huskies, Pomskies should be ideally housed in a medium to large living space due to their active nature. For those with smaller spaces like those who live in condos, Pomskies may still be considered given they are provided with ample time outdoors for much need walk and play.

Due to the heavy coat featured by Pomeranian Huskies, they are well suited in places that enjoy cooler climates. Those who live in humid or tropical conditions may need to have their Pomskies groomed to ensure they do not suffer from heat-induced conditions or illnesses.

With all positive traits, ideal temperament, and cute features, the Pomsky is the perfect dog breed for households with children. Those who suffer from allergic sensitivities may need to think twice before taking care of a Pomsky due to its heavy shedding of fur. Overall, the Pomeranian Husky breed is a perfect companion for those who want an active, friendly, and cute dog to call their own.