Pomapoo Breed Information
The Pomapoos are cuddly, loving, and charming little toy dogs. They sport an elegant stride, a dainty demeanor, and a positive outlook on life. This lovely Doodle breed is known to be agile, sweet, happy, friendly, and gentle. Pomapoos get along great with kids, dogs, and other household pets, and, thanks to their tiny size, they fit wonderfully in micro-apartments and call laps their home. They are also easy to train, fun to play with, and a joy to have around. A designer mix between a Toy Poodle and a Pomeranian, the Pomapoo is equipped with an amazing set of qualities, is off the scale adorable, and makes a loyal and affectionate companion pet for any lucky dog lover.
- The Pomapoo is also known as Pooranian, Pomeroodle, Pompoo, and Pomeranian Poodle Mix
- As a first-generation crossbreed, the Pomapoo is blessed with hybrid vigor
- Pomapoos are loving and loyal to their humans - they form strong attachments and love deeply
- Sweet, friendly, and outgoing, the Pomapoo loves kids, makes friends with other dogs, and gets along great with other household pets
- The Pomapoo dog is a light shedder and can be considered hypoallergenic if he inherits the Poodle’s curly coat
- As long as they are with their family, Pomapoos adapt easily in both small living quarters and large homes
- Pomapoo puppies are smart, easy to train, eager to please, playful, and as cute as can be
- Cuddly, happy, and attentive, the Pomapoo can be trained for therapy work
- The Pomapoo makes a wonderful companion pet for families with older kids, seniors, couples, singles, first-time pet owners, and multi-pet households
Like people, the most critical moments in a puppy's life starts in the beginning. It truly takes a special breeder to assist with nourishing and raising an Pomapoo puppy properly. Only the nation's best Pomapoo breeders can provide the best quality of life. Here at Premier Pups, we work hand-in-hand with our breeders. Providing a safe, natural, comfortable, and healthy environment for the nursing mother and her baby is essential.
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The Pomapoo is a small toy-sized dog with a confident demeanor, an elegant gait, and a friendly disposition. This lovely pup appears approachable, cuddly, and warm and inspires instant adoration. The Pomapoos stand at 8 to 10 inches tall and generally weigh between 8 to 10 pounds. Their coats are soft to the touch, low shedding, short to medium in length, and can be of a straight, wavy, or curly texture. As a designer crossbreed of two dissimilar-looking parent breeds, the Pomapoo can either sport the Pomeranian’s straight coat or the Poodle’s curly and non-shedding coat. Pomapoo features can differ quite a bit depending on which parent breed they take after. They can have floppy, pointy, or slightly raised ears, black or hazel eyes, and a long to narrow muzzle. They have a compact built body covered in a soft fur of various colors and color combinations that include white, black, brown, red, fawn, merle, and sable.
Pomapoos are sweet-tempered, gentle, and friendly dogs. They have just the right amount of spunk, energy, sass, playfulness, and affection. Their hobbies include swimming, going on brisk walks during cool weather, cuddling, playing canine games, and cuddling some more. They fancy the beach, dog parks, and any camping trip they can tag along on with their human family. Pomapoos are great family dogs. They form strong attachments with their humans, are excellent companion pets for kids, and are known to be generous in affection. Because of their tiny stature, these sweet dogs are best suited for families with older children who can play in a gentle manner with them. Pomapoo puppies are tiny little jewel dogs. They are fluffy, adorable, playful, bouncy, and bright.
Pomapoo puppies inherit the intelligence of both parent breeds which translates to smart dogs that are easy to train. Their eagerness to please coupled with their skills in learning make them excellent training students. Stubborn at times during puppyhood, these precious pups need fun training sessions with lots of praise and treats. When it comes to other dogs and household pets, Pomapoos are wonderfully friendly. They like engaging in friendly chases with their canine buddies, they are non-aggressive, and they are known to share their squeaky toys. The Pomapoo also enjoys the center of attention where he can be admired, applauded, and praised. He is a trickster, a stunt artist, and a natural-born entertainer who fills his home with laughter and joy.
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Rex is about to be one year old he has been a wonderful addition! He is extremely loyal and loves to walk and watch tv , he knows the time I return from work and the wife said he waits by the door at that time every day ! Great breed ! He is our 2nd Pomapoo to have in our lives ! So glad we got him
The Pomapoo is a fairly new designer Doodle Breed, a cross between a purebred Pomeranian and a Purebred Toy Poodle. The Pomeranian and Poodle are both ancient breeds with long histories as working dogs, loving companion pets, and show dogs. Thanks to their great popularity, they were crossed to create the perfect lapdog and companion pet that would inherit the intelligence, agility, sweet nature, and trainability of both parent breeds. As a new designer crossbreed, the Pomapoo doesn’t have a rich breed history. We can take a look at the history of the Poodle and Pomeranian parent breeds to gain a better understanding of the Pomapoo breed.
The Pomeranian, also known as “Loulou de Pomeranie” and “Pom-Pom”, is the smallest member of the Spitz family and a highly popular purebred breed. The sweet, tiny Pomeranian dogs we’ve come to know and love today are descendants of a larger Spitz sled dog that originated in the Arctic region. The Pomeranian ancestors arrived in Pomerania (region of Germany and Poland) centuries ago and were met with admiration among the Pomeranian people. Bred down in size and renamed by the Pomeranian folk, these lovely dogs made their way from near the Baltic Sea all across Europe and onto the laps of kings and queens. Queen Victoria, one of the Pom-Pom’s biggest fans, bred the Pomeranians down in size by half through many generations and is believed to be responsible for the breed’s ever-growing popularity.
The Poodle, also known as Caniche, Pudelin, and Pudel, is one of the most remarkable dog breeds in the world today. Hypoallergenic coat, high intelligence, great agility, and astonishing beauty, the Poodle is a renowned companion pet, show dog, and movie star. Originally from Germany, Poodles have known fame throughout Europe as well as Australia, Asia, and the United States. They have been named the most in-vogue breed of France, the fashionable pets of royalty, the great circus performers, and the most excellent companion pets. Famous with the traveling circus, Standard Poodles were bred down to a Miniature size for better handling and control, and later to a Toy size that would be met with adoring admiration. Poodles are the Einstein dogs of the canine world and the most popular companion pets in many countries.
The Pomapoo breed is said to have originated during the 1980s and 1990s in North America and has since been recognized by the American Canine Hybrid Club. The Pomapoo popularity steadily increased over time and they are now among the most favored toy-sized dogs.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Pomapoo? The Pomapoo is designer mix between a Poodle and a Pomeranian.
What is the size of a Pomapoo? The Pomapoo has an average height of 8 to 10 inches and an average weight of 8 to 10 pounds. Depending on their inherited genetics, some Pomapoo’s may get slightly larger.
Are Pomapoo’s aggressive? No, they have a sweet and affectionate temperament. They are friendly to both people and other dogs.
What is the life expectancy of a Pomapoo? The average life expectancy of a Pomapoo is between 12 to 14 years.
Do Pomapoo’s shed? Yes, even though they will shed less, they still adopt this trait from their Pomeranian parent.
What colors do Pomapoo’s come in? They are available in, brown, black, white, red, fawn, merle, sable or a combination of any of these colors.
How much exercise do Pomapoo’s require? They don’t require a lot of exercise, but they will still need a short daily walk and some active indoor play each day. Make sure to keep plenty of safe toys available to them.
Do Pomapoo’s have dental issues? Like other smaller dogs, Pomapoo’s are susceptible to dental issues (like early tooth loss), so you should practice brushing their teeth daily.
Why was a Poodle and a Pomeranian bred together? While many think it was to help with shedding or just their shear cuteness, they were actually bred for their agility and companionship.
How much do I need to feed my Pomapoo? I full grown Pomapoo will require 1 to 1 ½ cups of high quality food each day split into two separate meals. A puppy will require half of this, but still with two separate meals and maybe even a third.
How often does my Pomapoo need to be groomed? It is recommended to brush your Pomapoo every 1-2 days to prevent tangles and mats. This also helps to keep shedding at a minimum. They will need a haircut every 4 to 12 weeks by a professional groomer.
How can I prevent my Pomapoo from getting staining under their eyes? The best way to prevent and control the staining is to wash your Pomapoo’s face gently every day.
Where can I register my Pomapoo? Because this is a mixed breed the AKC does not recognize the Pomapoo in its standard registry, therefore they cannot be registered.
Do Pomapoo’s make good family pets? The short answer is yes. The Pomapoo is affectionate, intelligent and protective. They are known for their sweet and gentle nature around family members and particularly children. They can become quite anxious in the company of strangers until they become comfortable, which can cause a bit of barking. Early training and socialization can help to control this and keep your little one calm.
Is the Pompaoo easy to train? The Pomapoo is an intelligent breed that is eager to please its humans. Because of this they learn very quickly. As with all dog’s patience, consistency and positive reinforcement is key.