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Pomsky Puppies for Adoption
Breed Group: Mixes Height: 10 – 15 inches at the shoulder Weight: 7 – 38 pounds Life Span: 12 – 15 years
They’re adorable, they’re smart, and they are unpredictable. Pomeranian meets Siberian Husky in the delightful little Pomsky designer breed. Like other designer breeds, one never knows exactly what is inside that silky coat of fur. Still, one thing is certain. Each Pomsky is an adventure waiting to happen and is one unique combination of both parent breeds. Pomsky puppies adore lots of attention and will take center stage with delight.
Pomsky puppies for adoption are typically playful in nature, smart, and quick to learn. As a result, begin training early with a maturing Pomsky puppy. Always be kind, consistent and firm as you guide your little Pomsky through the ropes of life. In addition, keep training sessions fun with favorite doggy toys, tasty puppy treats, and favorite Pomsky games. Be proactive to socialize your puppy to new sights and sounds, too. Whether it’s a stroll through your local dog park or inviting guests into your home, give your Pomsky lots of opportunity for new experiences. As a result, you can expect a well mannered and charming little Pomsky.
Exercise demands are only moderate for a growing Pomsky. A daily walk should suffice to keep your Pomsky healthy and thriving. Pomsky puppies are highly adaptable and can easily settle into tiny apartment living. Be warned, however. Thanks to their whiny Siberian Husky dad and yappy Pomeranian mom, Pomsky fur-balls are vocal little buddies.
The coat of a Pomsky puppy can be a variety of colors and patterns including blue merle, brown red, and more.
Why you shouldn’t consider a Pomsky puppy:
As pups, their exact size is hard to predict. Plus, unless properly trained, they can be stubborn and yappy.
Why you should consider a Pomsky puppy:
They are playful, they are quick to learn, and they get along well with children and other small pets.
Learn more about the Pomsky breed here.