Safe, Hassle-free Delivery Options

Never From a Puppy Mill

One Year Health Guarantee

BE CONFIDENT YOU ARE GETTING THE BEST PUPPY

“I got my girlfriend a Pomsky and he is absolutely amazing. Infinity pups really helped me out and guided me every step of the way so I could give this sweet puppy a forever home.” – Jimmie A.

  • Breed: Pomsky
  • Group: Designer
  • Height: 12-18"
  • Weight: 10-35 lbs
  • HypoAllergenic: No
  • Coat: Double Coat
  • Activity:
  • With Children:
  • With Animals:
  • Grooming:
  • Guard:
  • Trainability:

POMSKY PUPPIES FOR SALE

Our Pomsky puppies for sale are beautiful, loving companions! A cross between the Siberian Husky and Pomeranian, this breed has become popular as a smaller, calmer version of a Siberian Husky. They love their humans and enjoy performing tricks or just being silly.

Are you looking for an apartment-friendly version of a Siberian Husky?

Check out our Pomsky puppies for sale below!

Popular as a calmer, smaller version of a Siberian Husky, Pomskies are not only good-looking but also have the smarts of a Husky with the lively spirit of a Pomeranian. And they have a silly and mischievous side, too!

Purchase your Pomsky puppy today and enjoy a beautiful, lively, and loving companion! You can also see our other dog breeds for sale.

Silly and Adorable: Pomskies have a silly side, and they love showing off and getting attention! And although they love to play, a Pomsky will not enjoy children under the age of 6.

Vocal: The Siberian Husky and Pomeranian are both known for being vocal, and your Pomsky will be too! Siberians often howl, chat, or whine, and Pomeranians can be yappy.

Moderate Exercise Needs: Siberian Huskies have a high need for activity, and the Pomeranian genes tone down the need for lots of exercise in a Pomsky. Since they are designer dogs, exercise needs will vary with different pups. However, they are generally considered good apartment dogs.

Intelligent:
Pomskies are very intelligent and are capable of learning many commands. However, the Siberian Husky has a stubborn side, and your Pomsky may be challenging to train. Because of that, this breed is not recommended for first-time dog owners.

Bond with one person:
Although Pomskies get along well with everyone in the family, they tend to have a favorite person. They can also become protective and even be good guard dogs.

The first recorded Pomsky litter in the US was in 2012 by Teresa Peterson and Jolene Phillips.

According to PomskyCentral.com, Pomskies were a viral yet mythical internet sensation before they came into existence. The idea of an adorable, miniature Siberian Husky was born, and people wanted them!

Teresa and Jolene got to work. After lots of research, Teresa used artificial insemination for the first litter of Pomskies in the US. This Pomsky puppy video from Teresa made them even more popular.

Over the next few years, the popularity of the Pomsky increased rapidly. Breeders – experienced and inexperienced – began to sell Pomskies to meet the crazy demands.

In 2014, a Philadelphia resident named Dave Lascio started an Instagram account featuring his Pomsky. After being featured by Buzzfeed, his account gained 11,000 followers overnight. Everyone was asking, “Where can I get one?”

This time the Pomsky wasn’t just an urban legend: there were breeders with Pomskys.

Today, Pomskies can be registered with the Pomsky Club of America or the International Pomsky Association. The Pomsky Owners Association also works to promote and standardize the breed.

Pomskies reach 10-15 inches at the shoulder, and the average weight is 7-38 pounds.

Pomskies have an average life span of 12-15 years.

 Pomskies come in a wide range of colors and patterns, including grey, white, brown or reddish-brown, blue merle, and white. 

As a crossbreed, Pomsky appearances vary widely depending on the parents. But there’s one thing all Pomskies have in common: a fluffy, thick, double coat!

Pomskies have thick double coats, which protect them in cold temperatures. 

Their coat should be brushed daily with a pin brush and brushed weekly with a slicker brush to keep their gorgeous coat free from tangles and matts. 

Your Pomsky should have a full grooming, including a bath, brushing, ears, nails, and anal glands, every 4-6 weeks. 

Pomskies are susceptible to conditions of both the Pomeranian and the Husky.

While Pomeranians and Siberian Huskies are both generally healthy breeds, it’s important to be aware of conditions that your puppy may be genetically predisposed to.
Some conditions that may affect your Pomsky are:

  • Allergies
  • Luxating patellas (or dislocated knees) This is a common condition in small dogs.
  • Eye problems
  • Heart disease
  • Epilepsy

Like all dog breeds, Pomskies are susceptible to hip and elbow dysplasia, two of the most common health issues among dogs. Hip and elbow dysplasia occurs when the leg or hip becomes weakened, and it can result in arthritis or lameness if not addressed.

One of the best ways to prevent this is by keeping your dog from excessive running on hard surfaces. This is especially vital when they are a puppy.

You can protect your dog from one of the most common health problems: obesity. One of the best ways to extend your dog’s life is by feeding them the correct amount of food and giving them adequate exercise.

 First off, where do allergens actually come from? 

Allergens are caused by dander, which is dead skin cells. Both animals and humans shed these dead skin cells. Dander is attached to the hair that animals shed.

Pomskies have a gorgeous, fluffy double coat that protects them in cold weather. However, this also means they have a lot of hair (and a lot of shedding). For this reason, Pomskies are not an allergen-friendly breed. 

However, allergens can be lower if you brush and bathe your dog regularly. 

If you or someone in your home has allergy concerns, please consult your healthcare provider before adopting a puppy. 

  • Are Pomskies good with kids?
    Pomskies are not overly fond of kids. They can be skittish around young children and do better in households of adults.
  • Do Pomskies make good indoor dogs?
    Yes, Pomskies are smaller dogs who love to be with their people and they can make great apartment pets.
  • Are Pomskies noisy?
    Yes, Pomskies can be loud. They inherit barking tendencies from both sides of their parentage and can be very vocal. They may not be the best choice if you strongly dislike noise.
  • Do Pomskies have a high prey drive?
    Siberian Huskies, one side of a Pomsky’s parentage, have a strong prey drive. Therefore, a Pomsky may inherit this trait as well. Individuals with strong prey drives may not do well with other family pets, such as cats.
  • Do Pomskies need a lot of exercise?
    Pomskies are moderately active. They won’t run you off the leash, but they won’t like being cooped up inside all day either.
  • Are Pomskies aggressive?
    Pomskies can develop protective tendencies like Pomeranians. They may try to protect their masters from anything they see as a threat. This makes them good guard dogs, but can be annoying as well.
  • Are Pomskies stubborn?
    Pomskies can inherit stubborn and willful traits from both sides of their parentage. They need calm, assertive leadership and training to prevent them from becoming spoiled and unpleasant. If you train your Pomsky properly as a puppy, you will help avoid many of these stubborn tendencies!
  • What were Pomskies originally bred for?
    Pomskies began as an internet sensation in 2011 when people started posting pictures of cute puppies they claimed were Pomeranian and Husky mixes. At this point, the breed didn’t actually exist, but soon breeders took up the challenge and began breeding real Pomskies. People loved these cute new puppies and the breed soon took off!
  • Are Pomskies good with other pets?
    With proper training, Pomskies can get along fine with other pets. However, keep in mind that because Huskies have high prey drives Pomskies may enjoy chasing other pets as well.
  • Are Pomskies one-person dogs?
    Pomskies usually like everyone, but they can have a tendency to pick out a favorite person from a family and stick to that person.