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The History of the Pomsky puppy

Cute, silly, and suited for apartment life, the Pomsky is a dog who likes to be the center of attention, and with their adorable looks and playful antics, they often get the adoration they crave. Their unfortunate start as a designer breed mixed between Siberian Husky and Pomeranian parents hasn’t stopped them from earning popularity with dog lovers. Unfortunately, those who rush to buy Pomsky puppies from breeders are often overwhelmed and unprepared for their needs, and dogs of this breed sometimes find themselves left at shelters or with rescue groups..

The physical characteristics of the Pomsky

The Pomsky is a small sized dog that can weigh at maturity between 7 to 38 pounds and can have a height between 10 to 15 inches. His body is robust, muscular and hard with a stocky appearance supported by short and strong legs. The neck is short and thick and has a wide, deep and strong chest. The Pomsky’s head is large and square, with a short muzzle and wide, with less protruding lower jaw, big nose, thick lips, big round eyes slightly apart, small ears apart. The Pomsky has a smooth short hair and can be of various colors such as white, beige, brown, striped and spotted in various versions.

The Pomsky’s temperament 

Pomskies are cute and adorable comedians. They are small, energetic dogs with big personalities and a zest for life. They tend to be sensitive, affectionate, and thrive on being the center of attention, which fits well with their silly and playful antics. They get along well with children, but tend to be a better fit for older children. Because a Pomsky is a small dog, they can be easily injured by the accidental falls or rough play that can happen with younger children.

They tend to make good watchdogs as they are alert and vocal. Both of their parent breeds are known to be quite vocal, so a Pomsky will let you know when they see something. Because they are so vocal, it’s important to start training early as they can easily become yappy and bark too much. Socialization early and often is important for any dog breed and can also help with this tendency in your Pomsky. Depending on the traits your Pomsky inherits, they could get the high prey drive and urge to chase and wander common to the Siberian Husky..

Owner Experience

The Pomsky tends to be a moderately trainable dog. They are intelligent and pick up on things quickly, but they can inherit the stubborn streak common in Siberian Huskies, which can be a difficulty for first-time dog owners.
Dog owners considering this breed should be prepared to enroll in puppy training and obedience classes. Pomskies also respond best to patient, consistent, and positive training techniques focused on rewards and praise.

Activity Level

A Pomsky tends to range from moderate to high energy depending on which parent breed they take after more. Should they take after their Pomeranian parent, they will likely have a more moderate energy level. Should they take after their Siberian Husky parent, they will likely have a high energy level that requires much more activity. As a new Pomsky parent, you will have to be prepared to handle whichever energy level your Pomsky puppy may have.

In general, daily walks plus some playtime and extra activity will be sufficient for these dogs. Be sure to explore different activities with your Pomsky to discover the ones they enjoy most. Depending on your dog, they may enjoy jogging with you, going on hikes, taking trips to the


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