Top 7 things to know about the Pomsky


Are you looking for the ideal companion and want to learn more about the pomsky breed? Small balls of hair with an amazing and endearing character. The Kingdom of Galopins presents you the Top 7 things to know about the Pomsky!

N°1 things to know about the Pomsky: It is a dog with diverse colors

To start this top 7 things to know about the Pomsky, we will talk about colors!

The pomsky is a breed of dogs with a large panel of colors. First there are dogs of solid color: all white, all black, gray, brown. There are also dresses with several colors such as bi-colors (black and white, brown and white …) reminiscent of the colors of the Husky with usually a pretty fleur-de-lis. And finally the more particular colors such as pinto, agoutie… but also exotic colors like blue and lilac…

N° 2 The Pomsky is a robust dog

The Pomsky is a crossbreed of the Husky and Spitz, both Nordic and robust dogs. It is also a robust dog that tolerates both cold and hot temperatures due to its hair’s insulating properties.

Additionally, it has solid health, which means you don’t have to spend Sundays at the vet. To ensure a healthy Pomsky, make sure the parents are tested by Embark for genetic disease and Husky and Spitz DNA.

N°3 things to know about the Pomsky, he loves water!

How to approach this top 7 things to know about the Pomsky without talking about water!

The pomsky is a dog that is a good swimmer, they love all the water points where he can swim: pool, lake, pond, sea … but also beware of large puddles of mud, which he could confuse with a nice little pond where to soak your paws.

Take advantage of the summer and the hot days to offer this pleasure to your loulou!

More broadly, the Pomsky is a dog that loves: snow, sand, sea… It will follow you in your most beautiful radonnées.

N°4 The Pomsky and the children

An important point to address in this top 7 things to know about the pomsky, children! 

Many people are reluctant to adopt a pomsky when they have a family with children. But the two are perfectly compatible, the pomsky is a dog filled with energy but it is not abrupt, it will adapt very well to children and will be able to play with them without fear.

The Pomsky is a great player and the energy of a child by their side often makes them happy.

Of course it remains important to choose a Well-socialized Pomsky from a conscientious breeding because as for any breed dog education is the key.

N ° 5 You should know that the Pomsky is close to a mini wolf

How to make this top 7 things to know about the Pomsky not to mention its famous wolf cry!

Indeed the pomsky is a dog very little barking but when he expresses himself, he can not help but make the wolf! 

This comes from the fact that they come from the cross from the husky in part, these primitive dogs genetically closer to the wolf than most breeds. 

They kept this famous primary howl to express themselves and sometimes it’s very funny to see!

A small example with this loulou:

N°6 A dog with short or long hair, depending on your preference.

The pomsky is also a diverse dog, not only in the colors but in the size, and the length of hair also !!

There are the short-haired Pomskys that we call the standard hair. The long-haired Pomskys that we call the Fluffy-haired Pomskys and finally the Very Long-haired Pomskys that we call the Wooly-haired Pomskys.

In any case the Pomsky makes two moults per year. A long hair will require more toilletage than a short hair. If you want to know more about the maintenance of the hair of your Pomsky, here is a link to one of our articles on the grooming of the pomsky:

N°7 The Pomsky a dog also for athletes! 

Let’s talk about sport to finish this top 7 on the Pomsky. Despite being a crossbreed, the Pomsky is a great dog for family hikes or running with its owner. Its Spitz heritage doesn’t stop it from enjoying activities with you.

Choose a Pomsky with a size suitable for your physical expectations, as their weight can range from 5 to 15kg. A mini and standard Pomsky will have different abilities and physical needs.

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