Pomsky Puppies For Sale
Frequently Asked Questions
A Pomsky is a designer dog breed that is made from a female Husky and a male Pomeranian.
No, these pups have a double coat of heavy hair that sheds.
Yes, this breed tends to shed a bit more than other similar breeds. However, the shedding can be minimized by brushing your Pomsky every day.
When a Pomsky reaches full maturity they measure between 10 to 15 inches at the shoulder and weigh on average between 20 to 30 lbs.
The average lifespan is between 13 to 15 years.
F1 is a first generation Pomsky using a Pomeranian (father) and a Husky (mother). F1b is the result of a Pomsky being bred (usually) to a Pomeranian to achieve smaller sizes. (75% Pomeranian, 25% Husky). F2 is F1 Pomskies breeding with F1 Pomskies and this will be the standard once breeders achieve the results they want. This will make the breed much more predictable.
Pomsky’s get along very well with children if they are properly socialized starting at a young age. Children should always be supervised when playing or interacting with any dog for both the child and the pup’s safety.
This breed is very intelligent and eager to learn and please its owner. They do adopt a bit of the Pomeranian temperament and can be a little stubborn, but with consistency and plenty of positive reinforcement (which they love) you’ll have this one trained in no time.
Yes! This breed loves to keep its “pack” together. They are affectionate, playful, energetic and love to be the center of attention. They make a great addition to any family.
Because this breed is still new there isn’t much in the area of health related issues.
The “Foxy” Pomsky combines the longer body of the Husky with the slim bone structure and frame of the Pomeranian. They have a long pointed nose and ears, and a smooth short reddish colored coat that resembles of a Fox.
The Pomsky is a sociable breed that loves the attention of its family so they don’t like to be left alone for long periods of time. They are prone to separation anxiety if left alone for long periods over time.
This breed isn’t a big fan of the water, but that doesn’t mean that they all don’t like the water, just keep them out of the deep areas as they are not strong swimmers.
A Teacup Pomsky is the smallest size of the breed that’s available.
Yes, this breed has a thick double coat that requires daily brushing and regular scheduled grooming appointments to keep their coats clean and shedding under control.
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After years and years of trying to convince my husband into getting a puppy he finally gives in. We love the beautiful pomsky breed and agreed on getting a pomsky puppy. So I searched online endlessly and little did I know about the scammers out there and almost got scammed not once but twice!! Almost giving up I came across Premierpups.com! They answered all my emails and after going back and forth we ended up picking Sloane now named Ava. She's such a smart and sweet puppy! It's only been 6 days and she's learning and adjusting so well. We just love her to pieces!!
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We picked Maddux up Fall of 2018. He is our first family dog and we couldn’t be happier. It took 19 years to talk my husband into getting a puppy. I started looking at Pomskys and showing him pictures and he started to soften to the idea. I was on this site scrolling through pictures and came across a little puppy named Flint. He said that is the cutest puppy and after a couple of days, we had ourselves a puppy. We had some confusion at the time of pickup but the staff did everything they could to make it right. Maddux is an amazing dog and he fits in perfectly with the family! I would recommend Premier Pups. The only regret is that didn’t ask for pictures of his parents.
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Pomskies are a crossbreed between a Pomeranian and a Siberian Husky. Since the first born Pomsky in 2009, this designer mixed breed has been gaining in popularity with dog lovers across the United States and throughout the world as breeders continue to achieve the perfect mix. Being a descendent of two highly active parents, Pomskies have a lot of energy and require a lot of exercise. These highly intelligent dogs make for great companions, though their double coat with longer hair means they aren't the best for dog owners with allergies.
Appearance and Grooming
The Pomsky is a small/medium-sized dog with a beautiful silky coat that many dog lovers find endearing. Though, because of their thick coat they have the tendency to shed quite a bit. Regular brushing will reduce shedding, especially during the warmer months, when shedding is at its peak. Their colors vary from white, black and grey, similar to their Husky ancestors.
They have a friendly and playful nature that requires a moderate amount of attention. They are very loyal and eager to please and therefore, don’t like to be left alone for long periods of time as they can become very bored and may show signs of aggression.
Family and Companionship
It can be hard to predict what personality characteristics a Pomeranian Husky mix will inherit, and so this breed is best suited for households made up of adults and/or older children. They have a highly energetic personality and will thrive with an active family who enjoys the outdoors. Because of their generally small size this breed is adaptable to living in an apartment or in a larger home.
These lively puppies need a lot of mental stimulation and exercise. They are an active breed that adapts well to its owners routine. They require a short to moderate walk along with active playtime each day. If given enough proper exercise, this small and mighty dog can often be athletic enough to participate in dog sports as agility, obedience and rally.
Training and Socialization
Pomskies are intelligent with a streak of independence, which may require more patience than most dogs. This can prove to be quite challenging for even the most experienced owner. Training and socialization is as important for the dog as it is its owner and should begin at a very early age.