Breed: Pompsky Gender: Female Date Available: Dec 04 2019 Meet Arya, a gorgeous, blue eyed 2nd generation pomsky puppy with a stunning merle coat. Arya is expected to remain small (she is the smallest of the ...
Breed Group: Mixes Height: 10 – 15 inches at the shoulder Weight: 7 – 38 pounds Life Span: 12 – 15 years
A modern designer breed, today’s Pomsky breed is fast becoming a favorite among families and singles alike. Pomsky puppies are an adorable combination of Pomeranian mixed with Siberian Husky. Thanks to the variety in both puppy parents, it’s hard to predict what exactly is behind a Pomsky’s fur coat. Still, one thing is certain. Pomsky puppies are among the cutest of designer breeds. They thrive on attention and love taking center stage. Not to mention they’ll make a friend laugh as they flaunt a sweet and playful temperament.
Like their Pomeranian mom, Pomsky fur-balls are super smart and quick to learn. They may also prove stubborn at times and are no match for first time doggy owners. To curb stubborn behaviors, begin training early with a Pomsky puppy. Always be kind, firm and consistent in training. Keep training fun by utilizing favorite puppy games, delicious dog treats, and lots of positive praise. Also be sure your Pomsky always understands who is boss. Then in time, you’ll be rewarded with a polite Pomsky friend.
A Pomsky can grow to be any size between a Pomeranian and Siberian Husky. In addition, Pomskies are typically vocal little buddies and quick to connect with a single individual. Sure, they’ll be friends with the rest of the family, but they’ll connect deepest with only one.
Exercise demands are only moderate for a Pomsky puppy. A walk each day should do the trick to keep your little Pomsky healthy and thriving. In addition, the coat of a Pomsky can be a wide variety of colors and patterns.
Why you shouldn’t purchase a Pomsky puppy:
As pups, their exact size is hard to predict. Plus, they can flaunt a stubborn mind of their own.
Why you should purchase a Pomsky puppy:
They are among the cutest of little dogs, they are quick to learn, and they get along well with children and other small pets.