Pomsky Puppies For Sale Near me | Pomsky full Grown


All of our adult dogs are carefully handpicked and thoroughly researched before purchasing to make sure they are the perfect fit for our breeding program.Since not all families want the same size dog we currently raise F2 and F1B puppies. The F1B is the off springs of a Siberian Husky female bred to a pomsky male and  F2  puppy’s parents are both pomskies. The F2 puppies are typically smaller than the F1B puppies. With the gorgeous look of the Husky and the joyful playfulness of the Pomeranian they make the perfect combination. I cannot imagine how life would be without owning one of these amazing dogs. Superior puppies don’t just happen, so we take great care in continuing education, appropriate health testing, feeding and recommending proper nutrition, while also standing behind the overall health and well-being of each puppy that leaves our home. 


The Pomsky is believed to have originated around 2009, the first record of an American Pomsky litter born in the U.S. was in 2012. The Pomsky is a designer breed of dog that is a hybrid of the Pomeranian and the Siberian Husky. Adorable Pomsky puppies have attracted a lot of attention recently and have gained popularity in leaps and bounds in recent years. These dogs are very intelligent and playful, but can be stubborn therefore need proper training at a young age. They are small to medium size, weighing from 12 to 30 pounds depending on what generation pomsky they are, they stand between 10” to 18” tall. They have a beautiful, silky, medium-length coat that is usually a combination of two colors. Their eyes can be brown, hazel, green, or blue and they can even have different colored eyes. The most popular and sought after eye color is blue.

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The best way to ensure that your Pomsky lives as long as possible is to feed him a high-quality diet and to keep up with vaccines and routine vet visits. Don’t take your dog’s health for granted – take the initiative to keep him healthy from the very beginning. Take the time to learn about the health problems to which this breed is prone so you can keep an eye out for the symptoms. If you notice your Pomsky developing a change in behavior and you can’t identify the cause, talk to your veterinarian – it is always better to be safe than sorry.

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