Pomeranian Husky: Everything You Need To Know

Pomeranian Husky

Siberian Huskies are loved for their beautiful wolf-like appearance, loving nature and mischievous personality. They might be a bit on the dramatic side, but they are sure to make you laugh.

But what if you could have this charming dog in a miniature size?

That is exactly what the Pomeranian Husky is.

Also known as the Pomsky this designer breed became popular because of an internet meme in 2011. People all over the internet soon started demanding their own.

Want to learn more about this internet famous breed?

Check out all the facts you need to know about this dog below…

Breed Quick Facts
Height10 to 18 inches
Weight18 to 25 lbs
CoatDouble-coated and can be standard, plush or woolly
ColorAll colors and patterns are acceptable. Ideally this mix has a white or cream coat with a black or red head, face and back.
SheddingHigh shedding all year round
TemperamentOutgoing, funny, smart, energetic and loving
Family FriendlyYes
PurposeSmaller version of a Husky
TrainingQuick to learn
Lifespan13 to 15 years
Price$500 to $5,000

Pomeranian Husky Overview

Pomeranian and Husky

A Pomeranian Husky is a cross between a Siberian Husky and Pomeranian that was only bred in the last 10 years. They are often called a Pomsky and what owners love about them is that they look like a miniature Husky.

Pomeranian Husky mixes are very cute dogs loved for their wolf-like body and fluffy coats. With their hilarious personality and unique ability to bond they have become a very popular breed.

This mix might be small, popular and adorable, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have a fiery personality with huge amounts of energy. Being part Husky does mean that they love to run and play. They will keep you going with activities and fun for hours if you let them.

These dogs are also quite intelligent little tricksters. They are masters at escaping from different places and they love to chase anything that moves. For some people their highly outgoing nature might be overwhelming, but for others it is just the personality they are looking for in their dog.

Some first-time owners might actually find it hard to train their mix because of their outgoing nature and stubborn side.

This mix is an incredibly loyal dog that would do anything to stay on your good side. They become very attached to mostly one person and are very friendly and playful with everyone in the family.

A Pomeranian mixed with Husky is not recognized as a true purebred, but with good breeding they are a very healthy dog that can make the perfect companion. They cannot be a member of the American Kennel Club, but the International Pomsky Association allows breeders to register their puppies.

Is The Pomeranian Husky Difficult To Care For?

A Pomeranian Husky is not for everyone. If you are looking into bringing a pup home, it is important that you know what you are getting into.

Sometimes people don’t realize how high maintenance or how exuberant this mix is. They can quickly become overwhelmed with taking care of it. This is why many can end-up in shelters.

The Pomeranian Husky is best-suited for people who are active, can spend a lot of time with them and have owned a dog before. It will also help if you are patient when training and don’t mind a vocal or overly-attached dog.

If you think you are the kind of person that will fit perfectly with this dog then do not be shy about getting one. This dog is a fantastic companion that will fill your life with lots of laughs, kisses and long lasting memories.

They are a good choice for families, but are recommended primarily for those with older children. They don’t tolerate young toddlers, especially if they are pulling on their hair.

What Does A Pomeranian Husky Look Like?


A Pomeranian Husky is a spitz-type dog that most commonly looks like a mini Siberian Husky.

In general their appearance does depend on the genes they inherit. Most of the time breeders select for traits that make this dog more wolf-like, fluffy and small. As a mixed breed there is still no official standard, but the International Pomsky Association has established some recommended characteristics for breeders to breed healthy puppies.

The Pomeranian Husky will normally have triangular ears, a tapered muzzle and almond-shaped eyes that can be either brown or blue, or one of each. They can have tails that are curled and over their back like the Pomeranian or uncurled like the Husky.

The coat of this mix is double-coated, fluffy and dense. It can be medium to long in length and is heavy shedding, especially in the spring and fall as it prepares for the warmer and colder months. There are three coat varieties:

  1. The most common is the standard, which has medium-length smooth fur.
  2. A plush coat is similar to that of the fuzzy Pomeranian. These mixes also have a distinct tail plume and ruff.
  3. Wooly is similar to the plush, but the hairs are much longer.


Normally a Pomeranian Husky will have the colors of the Siberian Husky. This is the preferred color because it allows for them to look like the classic Husky, but in a smaller body. Their coats are double-coated with a base coat that is white or cream and typically has the “Husky pattern”.

Pomeranian Husky mixes that look like Huskies typically have a white or cream base with colors like red, black, brown, gray, agouti and sable creating the Husky markings. These markings cover the face, back and tail.

Some can also inherit the colors of the Pomeranian.

Pups can have solid colors like chocolate, red, orange, white, black and blue. They can even have color patterns like tri-color, brindle and merle. For a “non-traditional” Pomeranian Husky the colors are actually very varied because the Pomeranian has 24 different color types.

Pomeranian colors are not preferred because most people want the “mini Husky look.”

How Big Does A Pomeranian Husky Get?

The usual size of a Pomsky can vary a little bit based on the parents as there is no set standard. An adult tends to weigh between 18 and 25 pounds and is 10 to 18 inches tall.

Some can be smaller than this and others can be bigger. It all depends on the genes they inherit and the size of the parents.

A smaller Husky bred with a teacup Pomeranian will produce smaller pups that some call a miniature Pomeranian Husky. The opposite is also true as larger parents will more likely produce bigger puppies.


Breed Characteristics
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A Pomeranian Husky is an exuberant, funny and lively dog. These dogs are quite the extrovert and love to be the center of attention.

Both the Pomeranian and Husky are talkative dogs, so don’t be surprised if you start hearing your pup making noise as if it were trying to say something to you. These silly interactions make for a lot of funny videos and are something a lot of people love about them.

For those who don’t want a noisy or energetic dog, this mix might not be for them.

As half Pomeranian half Husky this mix will want to run around in the yard all day and chase squirrels or neighborhood cats. Even if it is small, this dog has a lot of energy and a really high prey drive. You will need to make sure you keep a close eye on this mix when out walking.

The Pomeranian Husky is a great family dog because of its friendliness, loyalty and playfulness. They bond especially well with one person in the family, but get along well with everyone.

Your dog will be very protective of your family and wary of strangers. Once they get to meet the stranger they will open-up and be the friendly and loving goofball they are around the house.

Pomskies are recommended for families with older children, they can be a bit skittish with young children and as a small dog they can be easily injured by accident during play. They will need early training and socialization in a household with smaller children.

Separation Anxiety

The Pomeranian Husky mix is prone to separation anxiety. When they get bored they will loudly make their boredom known. Neighbors might not like hearing a dog howling for hours so it is important that you never leave your dog alone for too long.

Your Pomsky needs a lot of mental stimulation. While you are away provide it with stimulating toys so it can stay entertained.

Training is a good way to work their brain, but puzzle toys are also helpful. This dog always needs something to do and these toys are a good way to keep them engaged even when you are away.

Pomeranian Husky Puppy

Husky Mix

A Pomeranian Husky puppy looks like a mini wolf cub with fluffy hair. At three months old their triangular ears might not be fully erect and they might have cute almond-shaped blue or brown eyes. As they grow they will begin to refine their wolf-like features.

Husky Pomeranian mix puppies will likely reach their full size by the age of six months. Some can continue growing until a year of age, but this is rare.

When they are first born a puppy can weigh less than a pound.

They will grow to between 18 and 25 pounds the average of the sizes of their parents:

Growth Chart
MonthSize range (pounds)

A Pomeranian Husky is a very healthy breed, but puppies can still inherit some of the medical conditions common to their parents. When looking into buying a puppy ask the breeder if the parents have had their hips, knees and eyes evaluated.

The puppy should especially have its joints and eyes checked and evaluated by a veterinarian.


Once you have decided on getting a Pomeranian Husky it is important that you do the appropriate research on potential breeders to buy from. A good place to start is by checking out the breeder directory that is posted on the International Pomsky Association’s website.

All of these breeders are members of the association, reputable and guarantee that their puppies align with the guidelines.

Reputable breeders are those that are invested in raising puppies that are healthy and of good temperament.

A good breeder will allow you to see the puppy and show pictures. They will also have health certificates of the parents and genetically test them to make sure that they are not passing on any genetic health issues to their offspring. And they will make sure that their puppies are seen by a veterinarian and are up-to date with all of their vaccines.

If you look into a breeder and aren’t allowed to see the puppies, or they can’t give you a health guarantee, then these are all red flags and you should avoid this breeder.

How Much Is A Pomeranian Husky?

Price can vary widely depending on where you buy a puppy from. While you can find a puppy as cheap as $500, they can go up to as much as $5,000! Their average price tends to be $2,000 to $3,000 because of their huge demand.

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The Pomeranian Husky is very popular and wanted by many people because of their internet fame. It is actually this fame that dove breeders to start breeding these adorable mini Huskies. Fame alone has had a large part in increasing their price.

Their price has also gone up because these dogs must be bred by artificial insemination. Breeders have to pay for the stud and the implantation procedure for the female Husky.

Another option is to get your mix from a rescue. While a rescue can’t guarantee the history or health of a dog, it can offer you one at a cheaper price.

Care Guide

Pomeranian Husky dog


The Pomeranian Husky can either be very easy to train or very hard. They are intelligent dogs, can learn very quickly and love to please their owners, but some pups inherit the stubbornness of the Pomeranian and might be a bit of a challenge.

A puppy should be trained from an early age with positive reinforcement, especially if it’s a Pomeranian Husky. They do well with lots of encouragement and affection.

If you are training this puppy you will need a lot of patience.

Never scold a pup harshly and always reward them with praise and treats when they do just what you want.


The great thing about mixed breeds is that they tend to be very healthy and the Pomeranian Husky is no exception. This mix is incredibly healthy and has a very long life span which averages 13 years.

Like all dogs this mix can still inherit health conditions from the parent breeds. In this case the most common health conditions are allergies, hip dysplasia, patellar luxation and eye problems. They can also get epilepsy, collapsing trachea and heart disease.


This dog has a lot of energy to burn, which means it needs food to replenish itself. A Husky x Pomeranian mix won’t eat as much as a Husky, but it will eat more than your average Pomeranian.

You should feed your Pomeranian Husky food that is made for small dogs and rich in proteins to nurture its muscles. How much you feed will depend not only on its age and energy levels, but also its size. On average you should feed between 1 and 2 cups of high quality dry food each day.


Grooming any type of Husky mix is not easy as they are all heavy shedders. Get ready to have that brush in hand because you will be brushing your Pomeranian Husky daily.

Daily brushing will remove dead hairs and avoid matting.

Shedding becomes more frequent in the spring and fall months as your dog will prepare for the changing seasons. During this time it is especially important to brush and de-shed their coat.


Huskies are known for their very high energy levels and ability to run for miles and miles. As half Husky, daily exercise is a must. This dog will just be begging you every day to be let loose and run around free.

Each day you need to provide your dog with at least an hour of exercise. This can be in the form of long walks, playtime in the park, hiking or swimming. Some pups may be more energetic than others, depending on whether they are more like their Pomeranian or Husky parent.

Frequently Asked Questions

Pomeranian Mix

What Is A Pomeranian Husky?

A Pomeranian Husky is a mix between a Pomeranian and Siberian Husky. This mix should look like a shrunken down version of the Husky. Breeders tend to select for the Husky’s snow dog characteristics so that it looks wolf-like.

How Is A Pomeranian Husky Bred?

The Pomeranian Husky mix does not occur naturally. They cannot be produced by natural methods of breeding because the size difference between the two breeds is too big. Siberian Huskies can be 35-60 pounds in size, while Pomeranians at most weigh only 7 pounds.

To make a Pomeranian Husky breeders use a technique called artificial insemination. A female Husky is impregnated with the semen of a male Pomeranian. A female Pomeranian would be too small to have the puppies which is why a Husky is used instead.

How Much Is A Pomeranian Husky?

While you can find a puppy for sale for as cheap as $500, they can go up to as much as $5,000! The average price of the Pomsky tends to be $2,000 to $3,000 because of their huge demand and internet fame. Price can vary widely depending on where you buy a puppy from.

Fame alone isn’t the only thing that increases their price. Because these dogs must be bred by artificial insemination, their price has to go up because breeders have to pay for the stud and the procedure.

Are Pomskies Aggressive?

The Pomeranian Husky is an incredibly sweet and silly dog that would much rather make you laugh than make you feel fearful. These dogs are very attached to their people and because of their love for their family can actually get separation anxiety.

Pomeranian Huskies would rather spend their time with the people they love instead of chasing them away. They do not show aggression and are more often aloof with strangers. Once they get to learn that strangers are friends they will be the usual social and comedic dogs that they are around the house.

Key Takeaways

A Pomeranian Husky is one of the most recent designer dog breeds.

First bred just 10 years ago, breeders make these pups by crossing a Siberian Husky to a Pomeranian. Most puppies look like a small, fluffy dog with a wolf-like appearance and white Husky coat. Some pups can also look like a Pomeranian with poofy hair and colors like orange, red and white.

A Pomeranian Husky isn’t made for everyone, but it is an incredible dog to have for those who mesh with it well and can meet their high maintenance needs.

This mix is half Pomeranian and half Husky which means that it has a lot of energy to burn. If you do live in a small space, ideally you want to take out your dog regularly for long walks or playtime at the park.

A Pomeranian Husky mix is great for families with older children who have owned dogs before and live in large homes. While very playful and loving, they don’t tolerate rowdy little kids. And even if they are quite intelligent, they have the stubborn side of the Pomeranian and can be a challenge to train.

The Pomeranian Husky is a loyal and incredibly attached pup who will fill your days with laughter and fun just by being its silly self.

What do you think about this mix? Let us know in the comments.

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