Everything that you Need to Know about Pomeranian Husky

Written By Jason Gest On June 25, 2014, Last Updated On November 3, 2016

If you are looking for a pet dog for the entire family to take care and cherish for many years, a Pomsky puppy is worth serious consideration. This adorable cross between purebred Pomeranian and Husky is as cute as its hybrid name. If this is your first time to come across this new dog breed, then continue breeding as we will give you all the information you need that will help you decide if owning a Pomsky is ideal for you and your loved ones. 

The mixing of two purebreds, specifically a Husky and a Pomeranian result in a hybrid dogs aptly called, Pomsky.  This cute little dog boasts the size of the average Pomeranian with physical features coming from its Husky parent.  Typically, when you cross two different breeds, the resulting offsprings will have a blend of features coming from these two parents.
 

 

In the case of the Pomeranian Husky, breeders aim on producing puppies that are relatively small in size like Pomeranians, but  has the facial qualities and appearance of Huskies instead. Of course, the resulting color, coat, and temperament of offspring may vary from case to case. However this is true, majority of breeders are utilizing female Huskies and male Pomeranians to produce desirable puppies that are small in size, making them the perfect dog for small living spaces.

 

Physical Attributes

A Pomsky is the perfect dog for those living in states or cities that enjoy colder climates. The thick and fluffy coat of the Pomeranian Husky is inherited from both parents. Pomeranians and Huskies are generally Arctic breeds, meaning their ancestors are made to be well suited in frigid weather conditions.

The tail of a Pomsky is curled and is attributed to both Pomeranian and Husky. The ears are pointed and erect and are most likely inherited from both parents too. Typically, breeders avoid crossing between a male Husky and a female Pomeranian due to several reasons:

  • This combination often results to producing litter that suffers from congenital defects and are of poor health
  • Pomsky produced from this combination is significantly bigger and may carry the dominant genes from the Husky father.
  • There is high mortality rate among female Pomeranians when delivering Pomskies as their large size may require puppies to be delivered via C-section instead.

 

 

Breeders are ongoing in their efforts of finding the right combination of parents to produce superior quality Pomsky puppies. Due to the fact that the Pomsky hybrid was just introduced recently, not a lot of breeders sell this mix. With this in mind, Pomsky puppies are significantly more expensive than other mixed breeds, pure breeds, and fellow hybrids as well. The average price of a Pomsky with the right set of features is at $1500 or higher.

A Pomeranian Husky is also categorized under Designer breeds as it was borne from mixing two exceptionally superior purebreds. Given the right combination and ideal conditions, a Pomsky will get the best qualities from its parents all rolled into one.  Pomeranian Huskies are the cuter of designer dogs and are considered to be highly resilient, thus commanding a more expensive price tag in the market.

Although the Pomsky is a mere combination of Pomeranian and Husky, pet owners are recommended to seek the expertise of breeders if they desire to take care of more Pomskies in the future. Breeding hybrids is a delicate and sensitive endeavor that is to be dealt with experts only.  This is done to ensure that fertilization takes place and that both dogs mate at the right time and condition as well.

 

Size

A Pomeranian Husky is a cute and cuddly dogs that is similar in size with its Pomeranian parent. However this is the case, a Pomeranian Husky will still be larger than a Pomeranian dog. A full-grown Pomsky can weigh between 5 to 20 pounds. Some are considered to be medium sized dogs, thus you may be required to providing ample space for it indoors.

 

 

There are also teacup Pomksy puppies that are quite rare. This is due to the fact that most teacup puppies are mere runt of their respective litters. In this case, teacups suffer from weaker immune systems, thus they are more prone into developing illnesses along the way. For those who want to own teacup Pomskies, make sure to provide a considerable amount of time to have them assessed by the veterinarian every three months or as directed by their doctor.

As the Pomeranian Husky breed is a new dog breed, it is quite impossible for you to find one in shelters. They are very rare in that only a few breeders in the country specialize in producing them, and are recognized to sell healthy and superior Pomsky puppies.

 

Price

With the increasing demand for this cute and cuddly hybrid canine, a Pomsky now retails between $1000 and $1500 or even higher. It is clearly an expensive price to pay for some, but definitely a priceless purchase among individuals who are looking into taking care of smart, cuddly, and loyal dogs.

In terms of temperament, the Pomsky is a strong-willed, loyal, and resilient dog. In terms of the sound the barking noise it makes, a Pomsky is known to get its traits from the Husky parent that does a great deal of barking  and Pomeranian that is one of the most popular barker dog breeds. Expect that a Pomsky will be a loud barker at times, especially when under stress or would find the urge of playing outdoors.

 

 

Pomskies are to be exercised on a daily basis so they can utilize their excess energy efficiently as well.  Exercise is a crucial factor when taking care of Pomsky. Although they do not suffer from illnesses and enjoy a pretty strong immune system, they need to be taken to the veterinary clinic annually for teeth cleaning to prevent plaque buildup, which may lead to a host of problems in the future.





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