When Charlie was around 10 months old or so, I was offered to take her. My brother wasn’t able to keep her anymore because Charlie was just too restless for theUtah city life, and he and his family wasn’t going to be able to spend enough time with her….they thought it best to let her be somewhere with plenty of space to explore and get all of her energy out. When I took her I had never owned a dog, and had thought I never would. At first Charlie was anxious, and I didn’t know much about taking care of a dog, but after a few weeks on our farm in Idaho, she and I were right at home with each other.
I took her everywhere I went, and worked on training her for almost year. As I took her around, I always got comments on Charlie, how beautiful she was, and how much they would like to have a dog just like her.
So at almost two years old I decided I would find a good stud for her. I began working very diligently to find a good stud to make sure I was doing things right, to make sure we would have some good healthy puppies, as well as uphold the standard for this relatively new Pomsky breed.
After a very successful trip to Oregon where we found a lovely stud owner’s family, Charlie had her first litter on the way. The pregnancy was interesting, as Charlie became so much less active than her usual self….She was probably the most surprised, because running everywhere was a trademark of her personality.
But on June 24th, Charlie’s very first, healthy, beautiful litter was born.
It’s been a lot of work, and there’s been a lot to learn, but at Eastern Idaho Pomskies, we’re dedicated to only producing good, healthy, Pomsky puppies so others can enjoy this wonderful breed as I have….I always wondered what kind of dog I would get if I ever got one, and it turns out a Pomsky is just the dog for me.
Point of contact: Aaron Brown
Phone: (208) 821-6999
Membership Page: https://pomskyownersassociation.com/countryside-pomskies/