Middle Tennessee Pomskies


About Middle Tennessee Pomskies

Our families are big animal advocates and began our Pomsky adventure together in 2013.  Since then we have enjoyed spreading our Pomsky love with over 100 happy families!  It is hard to let these adorable puppies go, so we have developed the VIP (Very Important Pomsky) page, where our Pomsky families can stay in contact with us and always have a trusted Pomsky network that they can turn to.

We are members of the Pomsky Club of America as well as the Pomsky Owners Association and adhere to all of their rules and regulations in order to provide healthy and well-adjusted puppies to our owners. The PCA hold breeders to a higher standard so that buyers can safely buy a pomsky knowing that it was DNA verified and that their breeder was maintaining the highest standards for their dogs and puppies.

Location:  Nashville, Tennessee

How to inquire about Middle Tennessee puppies

The best way to keep track of Middle Tennessee’s available litters is to monitor their website and Facebook page. You can join Middle Tennessee’s waiting list to reserve your pomsky.

For a direct inquiry, you can contact Middle Tennessee Pomskies by email at MiddleTNPomskies@gmail.com or by phone at 615-624-2284.

Available Pomskies

You can see all available pomskies and litter updates on our pomsky litter updates page

How to contact Middle Tennessee Pomskies

If you are interested in a Middle Tennessee Pomskies puppy or have any questions, contact them in one of the following ways:

Email: MiddleTNPomskies@gmail.com

Phone: 615-624-2284

Website: https://www.middletennesseepomskies.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PomskiesMiddleTN/

Middle Tennessee Pomskies Pricing

Middle Tennessee Pomskies puppies range in price from $2500 to $4000. 

Shipping

Middle Tennessee Pomskies offers shipping for a flat fee of $500.

What’s Included:

  • Up-to-date vaccinations
  • Up-to-date wormings
  • Vet checked
  • DNA tested
  • Registered with the Pomsky Club of America
  • 2 year health guarantee

How to purchase your Middle Tennessee Pomskies Puppy

​​To reserve your Middle Tennessee Pomsky you must pay a $500 non-refundable deposit to get on the waiting list for future Pomsky litters, this $500 is applied to the price of your puppy.

Middle Tennessee updates their website and Facebook page regularly to post notifications when the waiting list is open. The waiting list will open as soon as a future litter is confirmed.

If for any reason it becomes evident that a buyer is not a good fit for a Middle Tennessee puppy, Middle Tennessee Pomskies reserves the right to return the deposit no questions asked. Middle Tennessee screens all applicants based on who is the best fit for their puppies.

If you have any questions, contact Middle Tennessee Pomskies at MiddleTNPomskies@gmail.com

What’s Included:

Each Middle Tennessee Pomskies comes with:

  • Up-to-date vaccinations
  • Up-to-date wormings
  • Vet checked
  • DNA tested
  • Registered with the Pomsky Club of America
  • 2 year health guarantee

Company:  Middle Tennessee Pomskies

Contact Name:  Mike Peterson & Adam Smith

Location:  Nashville, Tennessee

Phone: 615-624-2284

Email: MiddleTNPomskies@gmail.com

Website: https://www.middletennesseepomskies.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PomskiesMiddleTN/

POA Review

Located just outside of Nashville Tennessee, Middle Tennessee Pomskies is a family of passionate pomsky breeders. Managed by the Smith, Peterson & McGhie family Middle Tennessee Pomskies is one of the most educated and well-rounded pomsky breeders you could possibly work with.

At Middle Tennessee Pomskies everyone chips in and does their part, Mike and Cyndi Peterson are the parents of Kristen McGhie and Karen Smith; it is truly a family effort. Cyndi is the puppy whisperer; she is one of Middle Tennessee Pomskies midwives and is there for every birth.  Mike is the mouth piece of the business, he enjoys meeting new owners, assists in breeding and makes sure that each pomsky has proper vet treatment and health screens.  Adam Smith manages the pomsky breeding; he has researched artificial insemination and learned to breed pomskies in the safest way possible. Karen Smith works closely with Mike, Cyndi, Adam, and the McGhie family in their responsibilities and manages the administrative tasks of Middle Tennessee Pomskies. Campbell smith, son of Adam and Karen, plays with the pomskies to make sure that each puppy is socialized with children, adults, and other dogs. Chad and Kristen McGhie, along with their four children, help wherever they are needed including feeding, watering, exercising and training the pomskies.

With this entire family effort, Middle Tennessee Pomskies strives to breed the most beautiful and healthy Pomskies while making your Pomsky buying experience pleasant and stress-free. Having helped over 100 families take home the perfectly healthy, well behaved, and socialized pomsky we are confident in saying that Middle Tennessee Pomskies is truly one of the best pomsky breeders you can work with.

Middle Tennessee Pomskies is an approved member of Pomsky Owners Association and an accredited member of the Pomsky Club of America. As a member of the Pomsky Club of America, Middle Tennessee Pomskies is required to abide by a strict code of ethics to ensure the long-term health of the pomsky breed.

If you have any questions about owning a pomsky or if you’d like to learn more about Middle Tennessee Pomskies, reach out to Middle Tennessee Pomskies at MiddleTNPomskies@gmail.com.

“They bend over backwards to help you get your dream puppy”

Her name is Eppy and I plan to keep the name... she is adorable...I want you to know how much I appreciate you helping me find the breeder in Tn (Pomsky's of Middle Tennessee). They bend over backwards to help you get your dream puppy, they don't just ship the dogs they escort them to you. Because I cannot drive the long distance and they are a state away they are driving her to me for the shipping cost, which I appreciate. We checked on air travel but with layovers, it was better to drive the 8 hrs and they get a hotel and drive home the next day, plus you pay through pay pal which made me feel better about the sale also. We have talked back and forth on the phone plus online and I have paid my deposit and am getting my contract tonight.

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Jeanette - Middle Tennessee Pomskies Customer
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Her name is Eppy and I plan to keep the name... she is adorable...I want you to know how much I appreciate you helping me find the breeder in Tn (Pomsky's of Middle Tennessee). They bend over backwards to help you get your dream puppy, they don't just ship the dogs they escort them to you. Because I cannot drive the long distance and they are a state away they are driving her to me for the shipping cost, which I appreciate. We checked on air travel but with layovers, it was better to drive the 8 hrs and they get a hotel and drive home the next day, plus you pay through pay pal which made me feel better about the sale also. We have talked back and forth on the phone plus online and I have paid my deposit and am getting my contract tonight.
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The much awaited Jojo/George Litter!!! We will begin offering this litter to our list today. They will all have woolly coats and are charting to be on the smaller side.

Please message us if you would like additional information on these adorable furbabies. We are prescreening applicants that are interested in specific puppies and we have 3 adorable pups from Goldie's litter that are available for purchase and will be ready to go to their furever homes on Sept 24th!
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Jojo's puppies are so relaxed and happy with people! This litter will be offered to our list and then the public this week! Stay tuned for pictures!!! ...

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The Life of Spike: Thurs, Aug. 30 2018

"Dear Jesus, please forgive me for my sins. Today, I chased the cat... four times... and made him very angry at me. I tried to eat all of Bravehearts food when Mommy wasn't looking, and when that didn't work, I snuck under Boo's foot and tried to get hers. I ended up getting Houdini's, and mommy had to put me inside before the big dogs ate me instead, because they were angry with me. Then before mommy got back inside, I tore up a whole brand new box of kleenex in her bedroom. It was so pretty with all the snow all over the floor, and I don't understand why she wasn't happy with me. There were so many things to play with, and they were so soft. Then she got this big stick called a broom, to sweep them up, and that was fun too. She kept twisting the stick and I kept biting it, and then she kept taking it away from me. I don't understand why she pulled it out to play and then wouldn't let me play. Then I found the white snow inside my toy and was able to pull most of it out, while she was putting up the the fun stick. The great news is I found out when I do that, she pulls the fun stick back out, so now I know what to do to get to play with the stick again. That's okay because I have lots of toys that have that white snow inside of them, so we can do this a lot! And guess what! My teetee pads have all that white snow in them too, and as long as they're clean and not used yet, I can chew all of those up too, so I tried that this afternoon. I just have to make sure and get the clean ones, cuz I don't want the dirty ones LOL. so I wait for her to pick up the dirty ones, then I can have lots of fun with the clean ones. And out comes the fun stick again...a double bonus for me!

Then I was trying to get my food out of the feeder, and there was one piece I wanted in the very back, so I used my paws to scoop the rest out and get to the back of the bowl. Out came the big stick again, yay! While she was dealing with that, and Braveheart was watching, I decided it would be fun to pull him across the room by his tail. At this time mommy's voice was getting a little more high pitched than it usually is, and she was fussing at me, which she usually doesn't do. Maybe I pushed it a little too far this time haha. So I tried to be sweet by showing her that I could be nice to the kitty cat. Mommy seemed awfully tired and didn't really want to play. I don't know why ... she hasn't really done anything but play with that big stick all day, so when she sat down, I jumped in her lap, but the cat was already there. I must have done something really nice, being sweet to the cat, because she was smiling and petting both of us. Maybe being sweet to the kitty cat is a good thing and I should try it more often. But just because I'm tired. It was a long day today, and I need to rest so I can find more reasons for mommy to pull out the big stick tomorrow. Tomorrow's a new day!"
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