Pomsky Dogs 101 – The Adorable Siberian Husky Pomeranian Mix Designer Dogs

Pomsky Dogs 101 – The Adorable Siberian Husky Pomeranian Mix Designer Dogs

Pomsky One of the more recent additions to the designer
dog world, the Pomsky, a.k.a. the Pomeranian Husky is a result of crossing a Siberian Husky
and a Pomeranian. And, he is gaining rapid popularity across
North America and Europe. A Pomsky puppy is perhaps one of the most
dangerous things a dog lover could ever lay eyes upon. Simply because of the fact they are so stinkin’
cute. This relatively new breed tends to be of the
fluffy, cuddly variety, but there’s a lot of variation in these pups, as well. Hi, I’m Leroy and I’m Rosie. This is Brody, and this is Animal Facts. Let’s get started. But, before we start, take a moment to like
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below. 10. Siberian Huskies and Pomeranians, the parent
breeds of the Pomsky, are both boast being Spitz-type dogs. As such they share a common ancestry, including
being similar in appearance and temperament, traits they have passed on to the Pomsky. Although Pomeranians are now considered more
as lapdogs, their ancestors were larger working dogs first seen in the Arctic regions of the
world. 9. The Pomsky has only been around for twenty
years or so, having first appeared on the scene in America and Canada with both countries
having now established their own breed clubs. However, as yet the Pomsky is not recognized
by official international breed clubs which includes The American Kennel Club. Pomsky breeders have formed the Pomsky Club
of America, with the goal of achieving a recognized purebred dog. This can take many generations, however, and
will likely not be accomplished anytime soon. 8. He is a great family dog. The Pomsky loves being with the family and
wants to be included in everything. This includes playing lots of games with the
kids. However, because he can become a little overprotective
of his possessions which include “his” children. Like his physical characteristics, the Pomsky’s
temperament can sometimes be hard to predict and will depend on his individual genetic
makeup. 7. He is known to be a social dog and as such,
the Pomsky usually gets along with other dogs. If he has grown up with the family cat, they
generally get along well together. This is not to say a Pomsky would not take
great delight in chasing off the neighbor’s cat, however. Since they have a fairly strong prey drive,
care has to be taken when he is around smaller animals and pets. 6. Pomskies have inherited the intelligence of
both their parent breeds. The Pomeranian is among the highest ranked
breed when it comes to intelligence and the Husky is certainly no dumb dumb. However, as with most designer breeds, some
Pomskies are smarter than others. Because he is so eager to please, this charming
dog is quick to learn new things, but also quick to pick up bad behaviors. As such, early socialization and training
are essential. Your puppy needs to be taught the “basics”
from the moment he’s brought home. 5. Meet Norman, the Pomsky with over 77,000 Instagram
followers. This pooch was adopted by his owners Rachel
and Matt from the small home breeding program Northern California Pomskies Almost immediately
after bringing their new addition home, the couple created an Instagram account for Norman,
showing off his sweet fluffy face and cute features that include a set of dark rings
surrounding his adorable eyes. All of his captions are written from the perspective
of Norman. And fans just can’t get enough, with one writing:
‘I melt… cuteness overload’. A link to his Instagram account can be found
in the description. 4. He may not keep his “baby Husky” appearance. The Pomsky’s size is one of the key things
that makes him so popular. Most images online show cute, fluffy puppies,
and you rarely get to see an adult Pomsky. Pomskies can grow as much as 15 inches high
and reach up to 30 lbs. Like all designer dogs, his size can vary
wildly from dog to dog. The Teacup version is much smaller and weighs
approximately 2lbs. 3. There’ll be no more relaxing on the couch
right after work. The Pomsky is an active dog and loves to play,
so you’ll have to make sure your pooch is getting plenty of exercise. Daily walks, maybe a short trip to the park
and lots of playing is what your dog will be expecting from you every day, including
weekends. When not provided with an outlet for his energy,
he can turn destructive and develop various behavioral problems. 2. The Pomsky’s coat is soft and fluffy and
is prone to a fair amount of shedding. A Pomsky has a wonderful coat, generally,
in similar colors to his Husky mother’s, that needs consistent brushing starting at
an early age. You should also take him to a professional
groomer every now and then, for that “professional touch.” He sheds almost all
year round, with higher intensity during warm seasons. Be prepared for dog hair everywhere, on your
couch, on the floor, in your breakfast cereal… 1. The Pomsky is usually bred through artificial
insemination, which should be obvious because of the size difference between the two dogs. The mother tends to be a Husky and the Pomeranian
is the father. Most of the footage seen in this video comes
from BB Pomskies. A link to their YouTube channel can be found in
the description below.

100 thoughts on “Pomsky Dogs 101 – The Adorable Siberian Husky Pomeranian Mix Designer Dogs

  1. I have a 2 year old female pomsky. She was very tough to train compared to other breeds, but she’s definitely not unintelligent! She’s very loving and extremely energetic. Does get anxious when we leave the home.

  2. Check out our pomsky!!
    Her name is Lua!

    She had a Facebook page and an Instagram account.


    & www.facebook.com/LuaThePomsky

  3. I have two pomsky’s mine (the boy) is Leo he is almost all yellow and I got him cause he reminded me of my old dog kona she was a yellow lab😭😔🙌🏽 our other Pomsky is eski and she’s black and white I love them both so much I would definitely recommend you this dog if you want a dog to cuddle with

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  5. SOOO CUTE i want to get a Pomeranian until i saw this but can they be breed to be just the same size as the Pomeranian? 😅🤔 anyway thank you for this also what are there colors ? (EDIT: for the size i dint get to watch the whole video but thank you for telling me there size

  6. I got my dog Arctic Breeze the cutest Pomsky in the world from www.ArcticPomsky.com. I would post photos if I could

  7. My girlfriend and I are so torn about buying a Pomsky or an Alaskan Klee Kai! The Alaskan Klee Kai seems extremely hyper, skittish and mischievous, whereas the Pomsky seems much more calm, yet I still want a dog that can have loads of fun. (this is the first video I’ve seen where they are pretty hyper). I also emphasize loyalty. Is there a difference with male and females? We also own a pug, so we want a dog that’s compatible with his even-temperament. What do you guys think?

  8. Can you show a PomChi, which is a Pommerian/chihuahua mix. I have one that will be a year old on Aug. 19th. Mine likes to howl when the music comes on Jeopardy or when he hears a siren. He has short hair, fluffy chest and a long curled over tail with long hair. He looks more like yours, and he does shed a lot.

  9. 2 pounds??? Yeah maybe a PUREBRED Pomeranian. I highly doubt this mix would produce that small of a size. And I’m sorry but I think the purebreds by themselves are much cuter than this mix

  10. My pomsky has huge separation anxiety problem and is quite clingy, he also has a hip displasia but he is the friendly and very loving

  11. Truly blessed to have found the pomsky I did.. med length fur, black, white, grey, and tan. Quiet as a church mouse, probably have only heard her bark a few times in the year I've had her. Both eyes bi-colored with brown and blue. One eye the top part is blue and the other eye the bottom part is blue. Which I've never seen before my pomsky Nimbus, and she's cat size only 15lbs.. thinking we could give Norman a run for his fame, but not really into showcasing.

  12. Omg, #3 so true. Mine is a little over a yr old and I got him for free a few months ago. He's about 30 lbs and his back reaches to my knees. Destructive, I have so many stories and pictures. He hates being alone when I'm at work and my daughter is at school. Plan on getting lots of chew toys, playing and chasing your dog, and going on lots of walks. Mine has lots of energy but I love my Jax.

  13. I'm so thinking of getting a pomsky, I have 2 Siberian Huskies. So, I know all about, grooming, activity. We have one child and he would love a pup of his own. What's more dog hair in the house and EVERYWHERE haha.

  14. Now if only we could get a Toypom and Lab to mate.It would be a night mare.
    The lab wold be a girl and the toypom would be a boy.You'll see what I mean.

  15. So stinking cute, and expensive! Mine costed $4,800 but she was worth every penny. Read somewhere they make excellent therapy dogs for emotional support. As I suffer from CPTSD. She (Nimbus) was the best decision I could've made, feeling worlds better 🙂

  16. I’ve had my pomsky (Bandit) for almost a year now! His birthday is on Halloween 🎃 he’s very smart. We have him in a cage when we leave the house and he knows how to get out, and has broken the cage to where we had to go buy him another three times🤦🏼‍♀️ if he’s left running around while we’re gone, he tears up the house. He loves to chew! He climbs on tables, chairs, dressers, if he wants something that is high up, he’ll surely get it! Can’t keep nothing from him lol he’s a year old and the cutest dog I’ve owned❤️ he has one blue eye and one brown one. Everyone thinks he’s a fox tho. 😂

  17. I am a Pomeranian lover,but I STRONGLY THINK that every breed school be preserved, cross breeding is just wrong,and can produce negative behavior patterns!!

  18. I have 2 Poms. Aren't Siberian Husky dogs fairly large? Poms are so small. I curious how they mated without hurting the Pom? I guess the male was the Pom? Sorry if this is a dumb question.

  19. I have a Pomeranian puppy that used to love everyone but just over Christmas my little cousins came over and they wouldn’t let him sleep and he was really scared of them and afterward he became really defensive over the house and me my grandparents and and my brother and mother

  20. bI just got a 4 month old Pomsky 2 weeks ago. I can safely say she's the cheekiest, naughtiest and most stubborn i've owned to date. But her cuteness makes up for it so its fine.

  21. I have a Pomeranian baby girl who absolutely loves being around me and prefers me over my wife. And hates it when i leave for work

  22. I want one so bad but I understand that they are one of the hardest breed to teach and I feel like if you don’t teach it yourself right then truly it’s not your dog do I probably won’t get one…but maybe

  23. So you say the Pomsky is protective. Would it not be a good "shop dog" I can take to work, then where it can encounter strangers everyday?

  24. I have a pomsky and I love her so much. I know there’s such a gap in variation, but if you get the right one, I totally recommend a pomsky puppy.

  25. I have a Pomeranian named Tink but her nickname Stinker or Tinkerstinker she wants everyone to be her friend she has a liking probable and she also likes to be peted constle and she is very loyal to my Mom she also likes to give you kisses on your nose even though she is very stubborn we call her a lion 🦁🦁🦁🐶🐶🐶🐶🐕🦁🦁🦁🦁🦁🦁🦁🦁🦁🦁🐶🐶🐶🐶🐶🐶🐕🐕🐕🐕🐶🐕❤️❤️❤️❤️

    ! !

  26. I’m getting a Pomsky and I’m going to name her Pom Pom 🤗💗 She’s 3 months and she’s so cuuuuuute!

  27. I love my Pomsky!! He’s only a baby and we’re learning to train him properly! His name is @SaintPabloThePomsky on Instagram 🥰♥️

  28. I caught a passing news story that Ivanka Trump got a pomsky. The minute I heard the name, and the description I had to know how. Thank you for answering that.

  29. I have a miniature goldendoodle (golden retriver mixed with toy poodle). He is the perfect dog for me. I know someone with a pomsky. They are extremely hyper and need to be trained or they grow unruly (then again, what dog does NOT need to be trained?)

  30. i met a pomsky puppy today and it was the most aDORABLE thing i’ve ever laid my eyes on (and it was sooo fluffy)

  31. Idk if I should get one…. I’m trying to decide which kind of dog to get. I’m looking for a fluffy dog that’s small… and I fell in love with this breed ❤️❤️

  32. Pretty factual video. Absolutely love these babies! Just got our second and will be able to become breeders with her. Fabulously smart and command attention everywhere we go!

  33. Hi, I just rescued a male Pomsky age 2 years old and I had a Pomeranian male for 13 years he passed away in May 2, 2019. I miss him immensely. The Pomsky I rescued is very hyper and likes to play aggressively and can bite me quite hard. My Pomeranian that passed away didn’t have this habit. I’d like some hints on how to stop his biting. Any advice that you give me will be much appreciated. My Pomsky is very cute and I’m happy I rescued him because the shelter was a kill shelter. It will take longer to train him as I don’t know his background except he had three different owners who all returned him, back to the shelter I really don’t know why they did. I’m just glad I was at the shelter when he was. If he stops the biting he would be the perfect dog. Thanks for sharing your video and by the way I love your daughters voice. She sounds adorable, God bless you guys.

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