01 Feb


Pomskies are a cross between the Pomeranian and the Siberian Husky. They're small dogs with fluffy fur that come in various colors and can be very sweet. Since Pomskies are popular, there's a lot of information on the internet about them. We'll cover the basics of what you need to know about this breed to help you decide if this breed is right for you. 

All about Pomskies

A Pomsky is a cross between a Siberian Husky and a Pomeranian. This Small- to medium-sized dogs typically weigh between 10-20 lbs. Depending on the parents' size and the breeding program's preferences, they can be smaller or larger. Their coats come in several colors: white, masked, piebald, and brindle. In addition to their various coat colors, they can also have multiple eye colors; they can be blue, brown, hazel, and parti. They can come with big ears that help them cool down in hot weather!

  • What is a Pomsky?
  • How does it look?

Pomskies have three different coat textures. It can be a standard, plush, or wooly coat. Pomskies have a double undercoat, and they shed a lot. Their fur should be brushed regularly (at least once daily), so they don't become matted or tangled. Brushing will also help keep the coat shiny. If you want that extra shine, then we recommend giving them a salmon oil supplement in their diet. Regular bathing, fancy shampoos/conditioners not required, will keep your pooch smelling good and their hair undeniably healthy. 

A pomsky can cost a lot.

Pomskies are not cheap. They can cost anywhere between $1,000 and $5,000. Regardless of how much you're willing to spend on the dog alone, you will still need to consider the added cost of ordinary care, including health maintenance, food, and toys. If you want a pomsky puppy, expect to pay at least $2,000 for one from an ethical breeder and routine veterinary visits as it grows up. The average vet bill for a Pomsky runs about $500 per year).

They are friendly dogs.

Pomskies are very friendly dogs. They love attention and will do anything to get you to play with them. Pomskies are pack animals and need to be a member of a family. Getting two might not be a bad idea, as they can keep each other company when you're away. They can be taught to go outside to use the restroom or play and come back inside when it's time to eat or sleep. They enjoy playing fetch and tug-of-war games, which is excellent if you have children in your household. 

A pomsky loves to run around.

A Pomsky is an excellent dog if you enjoy being on the go. If you are looking for a dog that doesn't need much exercise, a Pomsky may not be the right dog for you. They love to run around, so they will be happiest in a backyard where they can romp and play. Expect to take 2-3 walks a day if they do not have space to run; otherwise, boredom can cause them to develop unpleasant behaviors. They make excellent companions for long walks, hikes in the woods, or running errands around town. 

If you want a fun dog that will make you smile, consider getting one!

Getting a Pomsky requires lots of considerations. Are you in a position to provide a Pomsky with the stable environment, care, and attention it needs? Can you afford the basics like vet care, grooming, and training? Do you have enough money for food and supplies? Do you have the time necessary to give them the life they deserve? Will your lifestyle be suitable for raising a Pomsky? If you answered yes to all of these questions, we recommend getting one! Your life will never be the same.


If you are looking for a dog who will love you unconditionally and provide endless entertainment to your environment, then a pomsky might be a perfect choice for your family. However, they will require some work and care to keep them happy and healthy. There are many things to consider when deciding whether or not this breed will work best for your lifestyle.

I hope this article gave you good insight and can help you make the right choice for yourself and your family. 

Julie Jones (Brick'House Couture)

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