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Pomeranian Husky Mix - What You Should Know

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Dog Breed Information & Guide: Pomeranian Husky Mix Cross

Pomeranians and Huskies are very popular household dogs and a cross between the two is called a Pomsky or Pomski. Some people call it Huskeranian as it is quite a new breed. The breed is getting more and more popular due to the size of the dog which is small and compact.

They need specialist breeders to breed them and are usually across between the Pomeranian male and the Husky female. It is feared that if the Husky male is used for breeding then the puppy will be of a very large size. Since these dogs are popular because of their small size a Pomeranian male is used while breeding.

What is a Pomeranian Husky?

In appearance this dog can sometimes resemble a Pomeranian and at other times resemble a Husky. People have varied preferences and while some like it to be more like a Pomeranian others like a resemblance to the Husky. It can be found in various colors including black, brown, cream, grey and red. Sometimes these dogs have two different colors in both the eyes.

What Do I Need To Know About Designer Dogs?

Designer dogs are different from purebred dogs and consist of mixed breeds. The result can be traits borrowed from both breeds which their father and mother are identified with.

How Big Will My Husky Pomeranian Puppy Get?

The puppy will be medium-sized and when they are fully grown will have a weight that is between 15 and 20 lbs. This is when a male Pomeranian is used for breeding along with the Husky female.

What Will The Pomsky's Coat Be Like? 

The coat will be quite heavy as the Husky hails from a cooler climate but the dogs do not have a problem with cold weather. The usually have whiter shade underneath while the top they are dark grey like Huskies. They usually shiny and soft and will need to be brushed on a daily basis so that you get rid of the dead fur. 

Are There Any Specific Coat Concerns Should Be Aware Of?

Since the Huskies are from cold regions the coat tends to be thick but over the course of time they get acclimatized to the weather conditions. Just make sure that you groom the dog on a regular basis.

What Will My Dog's Personality Be Like?

A Pomeranian Husky is very well-behaved dog and is liked by both adults as well as kids. It is easily trainable since it is highly intelligent and you can teach the dog many tricks. They are very loyal according to the traits that can be found in Pomeranians and Huskies. They love the outdoors and are very playful. They are very good with kids and can play games with them.

How Much Exercise Will My Pomeranian Husky Need?

The Pomsky needs a lot of exercise since it is an energetic dog. You can take it out for a walk every day or you can play with the dog for an hour or so each day. They are very intelligent and can play different types of games. If you play fetching the ball with them they will also get the required amount of exercise every day. Before you play games make sure that you train them so that they obey your commands.

What Are Common Health Concerns?

This is a very healthy dog and you will not need to worry about any health concerns. However, looking at Pomeranians they have some dental problems which may manifest in these mixed dogs as well. Hence, please ensure that you take your dog to the vet once a year for dental cleaning. These dogs can easily live for about 14 years and can give birth to 5 to 7 puppies.

How Do I Know If These Dogs Are Right for Me?

If you have children at home and you need a pet to give them company as well as to keep them safe, then a Pomeranian Husky is an ideal dog to have. On the other hand, if there are no kids at home and you do not like to go outdoors and play with your dog then this may not be the right dog for you. They are highly energetic and need a lot of exercise without which they may get very irritable and destructive.

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