The Pomsky began as mix between a Siberian Husky and a Pomeranian. Now with the goal of AKC recognition for the breed, American Eskimo has been added to the breed mix. You'll notice some breeders adding the American Eskimo and some sticking with the orginal Husky/Pom cross, both are acceptable. We do have American Eskimo in some of our dogs.
We offer all puppies to our waitlist families first. If any puppies are remaining after waitlist selections, we post them as available on Facebook, Instagram and this website.
On average, families could expect to wait 2-6 months. However, our list is continuously growing and changing, please contact us for the most up-to-date information.
We require a $500 non-refundable deposit to join our waitlist. An approved application is required before placing a deposit.
For the health and safety of our family, dogs and puppies we do not allow visitors as a regular practice. Each time a new person enters our home it poses a risk for parvo or other infectious disease being spread unknowingly. We work hard to post photos/videos of our puppies daily from the time they are born and onward. We are more than happy to share personality traits that we've witnessed in each puppy and also video chat with you.
After placing a deposit, you may make payments towards the remaining cost of your puppy, but the balance must be paid in full by the time the puppy reaches 8 weeks of age. No puppy will leave until paid in full.
All our puppies are sold on a strict spay and neuter contract unless otherwise discussed. We only work with responsible/ethical breeders. If breeding rights are granted, an additional fee will apply.
Pomskies are not yet recognized by the AKC. We are a member of the American Pomsky Kennel Club and once they open up registrations, we will register our puppies through them. In the meantime, we provide Embark DNA/Health on our parent dogs and a comprehensive veterinary examination on each puppy.
The Pomsky is friendly, playful and ideal for families with children. They will adventure with you during the day and snuggle on the couch with you in the evenings! Pomskies do not enjoy being left alone for long periods and require a moderate/high level of exercise. They are extremely bright, but they can be stubborn, so consistent training early on is crucial. We recommend working with a trainer, especially for first time dog owners. They are "talkative" but not heavy barkers and typically do not make good watch dogs. They do very well with other dogs and cats. We find them much easier to manage than a standard Siberian Husky and suitable for apartment living.
Pomskies can come in a variety of sizes from 10-35+lbs. The majority of our puppies mature in the 18-25lb range. At this time we do not have plans for any micro puppies (under 12lbs). We can never guarantee size, but we do our best to make accurate predictions.
Simply put, standard is short, plush is medium and wooly is long/fluffy. For a more in-depth look into each coat type please click the button below which will direct you to an article posted by the American Pomsky Kennel Club.
YES, and they are not hypoallergenic! Pomskies blow their coats and shed heavily for approximately 2 weeks, twice a year. The remainder of the time they are still moderate shedders. We recommend a trip to the groomer every 3 months to remove loose hair and prevent matting. Pomskies should never ever be shaved.