Pomsky Puppies

This past weekend, I drove from Florida to Oklahoma to pick up two pomsky puppies. They are the cutest balls of fur ever, and so amazing. If you don’t know what a pomsky is, it is a cross between a pomeranian and a husky.

To read a little more about the breed, go to http://www.pomskypuppies.com/ or http://www.pomsky.org/

Here are the two that we got. They are both girls, and act like little diva princesses.

 

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22 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Stephany on August 23, 2012 at 1:57 pm

    If I may ask, how did you find your breeder? I have been searching and can not find a reliable one. Also how much did your pups cost?

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  2. Posted by Dawn on August 23, 2012 at 3:19 pm

    The puppies are adorable and I have been looking into getting one for my 2 boys. Are there many breeders around and would you recommend the one you got yours from?

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  3. I found a breeder through facebook. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Pomskies/130272593716554

    The breeder that I found was in Oklahoma, so we had to drive 22 hours each way to get them.

    We got both of them for just under $2,000, but that is extremely cheap for pomskies. They usually run between $2,000 and $5,000 EACH. We had been looking for a while, and the breeder decided to auction them off rather than set a price. So people waited until the last minute and tried to get them as cheap as possible (I don’t think that they will do that again) I know that the ones that didn’t sell to the bidders were sold for 2-3 times what the highest bid was. You can see their site here: http://pomskybusiness.weebly.com/ or you can contact the breeder at Lori_Danielle@yahoo.com.

    There really are not many breeders for them out there, so they can usually charge a premium for them.

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  4. try azpomskies.com really good rep. breeder of quality pomskies. They have akc parents “ears that stand errect” as well as health guarantees and so on.

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  5. Posted by susan on August 24, 2012 at 1:28 pm

    Both pups are beautiful., but I have had many Siberian Husky pups in the past. The black and white looks almost FULL Husky, and you can tell by the size of their paws that they will be big dogs. Just not sure that you got what you were looking for ! It will be interesting to see how large your dogs get. Keep us posted!!

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  6. i am talking to the same breeder will u be willing to email me pictures of ur puppies as they are now? i no they can grow from 5-20 lbs but id like to see what they actually look like more grown and not in puppy form please and thank you mini_mrn@yahoo.com

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  7. They are very cute. They do not look like true pomskies though. Did the breeder dna test them? Purebred poms and purebred huskies both have ears that stand so true pomskies should have ears that stand as well. Also, they look rather large for pomsky pups. They do not really appear to have any pomeranian traits at all. It is nearly impossible to breed a pom and a husky. It takes a lot of patience and expertise. Many breeders are lying about who really impregnated their husky. We need to stop these scammers by demanding dna tests. You can get one for 70 dollars here. I would be very interested to know the results if you do decide to do them. You could probably get a partial refund if they are not real pomskies and at the very least warn others.

    https://www.vetgen.com/canine-breed.html

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  8. I got the Wisdom Panel DNA test, and just got the results. It turns out that they are a cross between Pomeranian and Alaskan Malamute (often confused for a husky), which explains their larger size. They weigh about 25 lbs (24 and 27 to be exact), and have stayed the same weight pretty much for the last month and a half. The vet said they shouldn’t get any bigger. If I can get them to stay still long enough, I will post some updated pictures.

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  9. The mother does not look like a purebred malamute either. Is that all that was on the panel? Were their unidentified mixed breeds in the pedigree or some other breed farther back?

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    • I uploaded the dna test results. You can take a look to see the exact mix. The mother was 1/2 malamute, 1/4 collie, and then a mix that includes about 7% husky.

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  10. Posted by livi_smith on December 18, 2012 at 10:56 am

    how big do they get? i have always wanted a husky but these are just the cutest!

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  11. Posted by Chelsi brown on March 7, 2013 at 2:36 pm

    I would love info on how to get a pomsky puppie :)

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  12. Did the breeder provide DNA tests for your “pomskies”? I have been reading all the information I can find about pomskies and to be honest, I am afraid of paying a lot of money for something that I won’t even be able to know for certain is a pomsky.

    I have been looking at the Pomsky Club of America and PomskyHQ.com.

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  13. I am attempting to put together a list of Pomsky breeders that are reputable and ethical. I am a little concerned about these comments by VBGamer regarding this DNA panel.

    Have you discussed these results with the breeder and have they given you an explanation? I don’t want to draw conclusions prematurely, but this is disconcerting. Please reply with a comment update or point me to another post on this blog where you updated the situation. Thank you, kindly.

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  14. Posted by Cassidy on April 24, 2013 at 8:59 am

    I bought two dogs from this lady as well. Did a DNA test and they came back collie, Alaskan malamute and pomeranian. No siberian husky at all. I want my money back. Do you?

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