Breed Info


Playful & Vocal

  • Intelligent
  • Funny
  • Stubborn
  • Affectionate with their family
  • Tend to gravitate toward one person
  • Vocal (not ideal for apartment living)
  • Can become nervous around strangers and aggressive around other animals


Pointy-Eared & Fuzzy


  • Wedge shaped head
  • Pointy, furry ears
  • Brown, blue, hazel or amber eyes
  • Tapered muzzle
  • Muscular and well-proportioned body

Coat Type and Color:

  • Silky, medium-length coat
  • Double coats are silky
  • Black
  • Gray
  • Cream
  • White
  • Fawn
  • Brown
  • Combinations of these colors


  • 20-30lbs
  • 10-15 inches tall


Medium Activity

  • Pomskies have abundant energy
  • Enjoy playtime, walks, and running around outdoors
  • Mental stimulation is as important as physical exercise
  • Well suited for cold weather

The Pomsky is a cross between a Pomeranian and a Siberian Husky.

The History of the Pomeranian

  • Originated in Pomerania
  • Originally larger in size
  • Companions of distinguished people like Mozart, Isaac Newton, Michelangelo and Martin Luther
  • A favorite breed of Queen Victoria
  • Registered by the American Kennel Club in 1888

The History of the Siberian Husky

  • Originated with the Chukchi, a nomadic Siberian tribe
  • Kept as family dogs
  • Helped with transportation
  • Taken to Alaska in 1908 as sled dogs
  • Pups have been participating in the 408 mile All-Alaska Sweepstakes race since 1908
  • Recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1930


  • High shed rate
  • Daily brushing with wire pin brush is recommended
  • Bathe only occasionally
  • Trim every three months
  • Clean ears weekly
  • Brush teeth daily


  • Intelligent but tough to train due to stubbornness
  • Early and consistent training is important
  • Regularly challenge your pup with mental exercises and stimulation
  • Perseverance, praise and treats will yield great results in training your Pomski