The Cute and Cuddly Hybrid Dog – Pomeranian Husky

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

The mix between a Pomeranian and Husky purebreds is popularly called, Pomsky. It is categorized as a designer breed mainly due to the fact that the resulting offspring is a cross between two different purebred canines.  It’s a relatively new cross breed that is capturing the hearts of dog lovers from all over the world.

A Pomeranian Husky is essentially a small hybrid dog that is described by breeders as smart, playful, and highly intelligent in nature.  They are highly perceptive dogs which mean that they can easily be trained. Pomskies are generally considered to a healthy breed that does not suffer from serious Illnesses that other hybrid and purebred dogs encounter during their lifetime.
 

 
As the result of cross breeding a Pomeranian and a Husky may vary, majority of breeders are working hard in producing Pomskies that boast the relatively small but cuddly size of Pomeranian parents and the physical attributes of Huskies.

 

Size

The actual size of a Pomeranian Husky highly depends on the actual sizes of both Pomeranian and Husky parents. Breeders claim that cross between female Pomeranian and male Husky will produce large-sized Pomskies whilst mix between female Husky and male Pomeranian most often leads to  a litter consisting of small-sized or even teacup Pomksies.
 

 
Due to size variation, a Pomsky may weigh between 15 and 25 pounds.  The standard height ranges between 10 and 15 inches at the withers. Although teacup Pomskies are usually the runt of the litter, subsequent generations of Pomskies are expected to produce smaller Pomskies in the future.

 

Coat Colour

In terms of coat, Pomskies have thicker fur than other mixed breeds. This quality can be attributed to the heavy and thick fur of Husky parents that are well suitable in places that feature colder weather conditions. In terms of color, Pomskies usually boast Husky markings that pet parents look for when choosing a Pomksy to take home with them.
 

 
Pomeranian Huskies have medium length fur that needs to be groomed regularly. This dog hybrid sheds heavily in warmer climate as means of adaptation. It is recommended to brush their hair on a daily basis to get rid of dead fur and to keep their coat looking healthy and shiny.

 

Ears and Tail

The ears of Pomskies are generally pointy and erect just like both parent breeds. When it comes to the tail, a Pomeranian Husky features on that curls over the back, an attributed obviously inherited from both parents.
 

 
There are of course Pomskies that may not feature these attributes. They are still regarded as Pomskies but are of lower quality altogether. This is due to the fact that a pair of pointy ears and curled tail is standards of how a Pomsky should look like. Therefore, deviation from such standard physical traits disqualifies it from being identified as superior quality hybrid.

 

Temperament

The temperament of Pomeranian Husky is a combination of both the Pomeranian and Husky.  Typically, a Pomeranian Husky is very energetic. In this regard, this hybrid dog should be walked and exercised on a regular basis so they do not develop destructive qualities indoors.

Pomskies are highly intelligent dogs. Not only are they easily trainable, but they are also known have their own set of tricks under their paws. Some Pomskies are known to have the ability of training owners to get what they want too! Pomeranian Huskies are very loud creatures, and this is believed to be a quality coming from the Pomeranian parent.
 

 
Pomeranian Huskies are non-working dogs. Unlike their Husky parent, Pomskies are more laid back. They are undeniably perfect for those who live in apartments or small indoor spaces as they prefer to sleep, chill, and be pampered more than running and playing outdoors.

In all, Pomeranian Huskies make good family pets as they are very friendly and lively around children. For those who love the outdoors and wouldn’t mind strolling at the park on a daily basis, a Pomeranian Husky will be a perfect partner for you!

 

Price

As the Pomeranian Husky is a relatively new hybrid dog, breeders sell them at very expensive price tags. On average, a Pomsky coming from a reputable breeder retails at $1500. In addition to its novelty, Pomskies are also expensive in nature due to availability issues. Today, not a lot of breeders have successfully delved into crossbreeding Pomeranians and Husky. Only a  few breeders from around the country are known to be trusted in producing superior quality litter, thus Pomskies are more expensive than purebreds and even other hybrid dogs.

 

Grooming

As Pomeranian and Husky breeds come directly from the Spitz family, they heavily shed in certain times of the year. Pet parents should not ignore shedding as these dogs need grooming once shedding ensues. Proper grooming of a Pomsky requires regular visits to the groomers. It is ideal to have their medium-length fur cut a tad bit shorter so they do not suffer from heat-related problems. As the parent Husky is used to cold weather, the furry and fluffy qualities of a Pomsky may not do well in places that suffer from dry and humid conditions.
 

 
The regular brushing of fur will greatly reduce the amount of shedding among Pomskies during summer time. Make sure to use soft but sturdy brushes to ensure that their skin is not irritated and their coats remain healthy and shiny all the time.

Due to the rarity of Pomskies, it only becomes crucial that a potential customer discovers more about a breeder prior to buying. As there are only a few breeders who specialize in cross breeding a Pomeranian and Husky, you may want to do your intensive research first and foremost. Pomsky breeders prefer the mix between male Pomeranian and female Husky as this is known to be a more robust and strong version when compared alongside the male Husky and female Pomeranian mix.  Be sure to do your homework not only about the breeders you are seriously considering, but about taking care of Pomeranian Husky too!





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