Pomskies are a result of a crossing between a Siberian husky and a Pomeranian. These dogs are a relatively new breed of designer dogs. Just like most hybrids, Pomskies physical appearance can be unpredictable. These dogs have a range starting from 1100$ and it’s not easy work, owners should be dedicated in bringing up these kind of new breeds.

Pomskies are best suited for families with older children, singles and seniors. They areloving, friendly, energetic and playful. Pomskies are highly intelligent and respond well to reward based training. Pomskies are highly protective of their owners and so it makes them a great guard dog. They might attack if they are threatened. Pomskies may suffer dental conditions and so they should be taken for regular dental check-ups. Pomskies have life span of 13-15 years.

Pomskies are highly energetic dogs and require some good deal of exercise. Like all dogs, Pomskies should be trained from an early stage toilet training, socialization and command response etc. are some such trainings. Also, Pomskies tend to shed lots of coats and so their coats need to be brushed regularly. Pomskies are expected to grow at a height of 12-15 inches and weight between 20-30 pounds. Since Pomskies are very active dogs, they should be given plenty of energy and protein rich diet essential for its growth and energy requirements along with their regular exercise.

If you are planning on buying a Pomsky, give some thoughts since these dogs are in need of attention and companionship. They are an expensive type of dog and so it is advised to keep the dog only when its owner can pay for its expensive care which these dogs should get. If one is always busy with work, one should stop the idea of bringing Pomsky as a pet. This breed of dog needs special attention and so owners need to be there for them most of the time. To get more information kindly visit http://www.pomskylover.com/

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A Pomsky is a cross between a Pomeranian and a Siberian Husky , the result of breeding which aims for a lively but smaller and more manageable version of the husky.

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