The Pomsky really can come in a wide ranges of colors. Their coats can be any combination of brown, red, gray, blue, or white, much like the Husky. They can also have the brindle coat pattern too.
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Pomsky Breed Description
5 to 7
Dogs: 12-38 pounds
Bitches: 10-38 pounds
Dogs: 10-18 inches
Bitches: 10-16 inches
The Pomsky, a combination of the Pomeranian and Siberian Husky, is fluffy haired and well built with the upright ears, and usually the eye coloring, of the Husky. They generally appear closer to the Husky in looks, but smaller in size. But the Pomeranian side often gives their face a slightly softer, cuter look.
Height and weight can vary considerably, but they are mostly on the edge of a small to medium sized dog. The Pomsky is usually bred from a Siberian Husky female and a Pomeranian male, and is commonly done through artificial insemination. They can come in a wide range of colors, typical to the Husky and the Pomeranian
The Pomsky is very often a fine combination of these two breeds. They have the intelligence of the Husky, and are eager to learn, be active, and to have jobs to do. This is why the Pomsky is not an ideal breed to be left alone all day. They require good training otherwise they can be stubborn, but they do usually enjoy training.
This breed is also extremely friendly and playful like the Pomeranian. They are good with kids, are happiest around people, and are very faithful. The Pomsky often attaches itself to one person. Because they are a very bouncy, adventurous breed, they are better suited to a home with older children.
The Pomsky is a thick coated pup. They have a double coat, with a dense, soft and silky undercoat, and a top coat that is long and straight. This is a breed that has high grooming requirements, needing brushing at least a few times per week. This is also a heavy shedder.
Issues that affect the Husky and Pomeranian can occur with the Pomsky, such as allergies, hip dysplasia, and patella luxation.
This breed is much better suited to a cooler climate, and prefers winter to summer. The Pomsky is an adaptable breed, with moderate exercise needs, making them a reasonable choice for apartment living. However, like most breeds, they would be happiest in a home with a yard.
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