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The Pomsky: A New Adorable Dog Breed!

Origin and history The Pomsky is a relatively recent dog breed, it is a cross between the Pomeranian (or dwarf Spitz) and the Siberian Husky. The first generation of this breed was born.
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Date of publication
May 31, 2023

Origin and history

The Pomsky is a relatively recent dog breed, it is a cross between the Pomeranian (or dwarf Spitz) and the Siberian Husky. The first generation of this breed emerged in the early 2000s. The aim was to create a small to medium-sized dog breed that had the characteristics and beauty of the Siberian Husky.

Physical characteristics

Size: Pomskies are generally small to medium sized, measuring between 25 and 38 cm tall at the withers.

Weight: The weight of these dogs generally varies between 5 and 15 kg, although this may vary depending on the dominant genetic traits.

Coat: A Pomsky's coat can vary, but it's often dense and fluffy, similar to that of a Husky. The most common colors are black, white, gray, and brown, often in a combination of these colors.

Eyes: One of the Pomsky's most remarkable features is his eyes. Many inherit the Husky's striking blue eyes, although they may also have brown, green, or one of each eyes.


The Pomsky is generally known for his friendly and energetic temperament. They are often described as curious, intelligent, and playful. They have a sociable nature and generally get along well with other dogs and children. However, like any dog breed, temperament can vary greatly from dog to dog.


The Pomsky is generally a healthy breed, but like all dogs, it can be subject to certain health conditions. Potential health problems may include dental problems, allergies, skin problems, and eye conditions.


The Pomsky needs regular maintenance due to its thick coat. They require regular brushing to prevent knots from forming and to control shedding. They also require regular physical activity due to their high energy levels.


The average lifespan of the Pomsky is around 12 to 15 years, although this can vary depending on a variety of factors, including health care and diet.

The Pomsky is an adorable, energetic, and intelligent dog breed. With the right training, exercise, and care, they can make a great companion for individuals and families.

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