Skip to main content

Variations of the Pomeranian Husky Mix

The Pomeranian husky mix, otherwise known as a Pomsky, comes inmany different shapes, sizes and colors depending on the type of mix. Two possible mixes for the Pomeranian Husky: 50/50 or 25/75

50/50 Pomeranian Husky Mix   

A 50/50 Pomeranian husk mix means the pomsky is 50% husky and 50% Pomeranian. This occurs when a pure Siberian husky is bred with a pure Pomeranian. This is the most common breed of pomsky. The 50/50 mix has moredistinguished husky features than the 25/75 mix and fully grown a 50/50 pomsky typically ranges in size between 10 to 15 inches tall and weighs between 20 to 30 pounds.

Find A Pomsky – Click Here For Litter Updates

25/75 Pomeranian Husky Mix   

A 25/75 Pomeranian husky mix is 25% husky and 75% Pomeranian. This occurs when a 50/50 pomsky is bred with a pure Pomeranian.

The 25/75 Pomeranian husky mix has much more distinguished Pomeranian features than the 50/50. This breed will be smaller and tends to be around 10 inches tall and weigh between 10 to 15 pounds.

How It’s Done

All breedings are done with a female Siberian husky and a male Pomeranian. PCA requires all approved breeders to use artificial insemination, rather than natural breeding, as natural breeding would be dangerous and ineffective.

25/75 Pomeranian Husky Mix

Full Grown 25/75 Pomsky

You can see a 25/75 pomsky (25% husky, 75% Pomeranain) has a longer coat than the 50/50. You can clearly see the more distinct Pomeranian characteristics

50/50 Pomeranian Husky Mix

Full Grown 50/50 Adult Pomsky

You can see a full grown 50/50 pomsky has a shorter coat and more distinct husky characteristics

More Pomsky Resources

Need more help finding a Pomsky? Check out our other Pomsky articles and videos including:

Want updates every time a one of our top breeders has Pomskies available? Click here to join our litter alert email list (also download a list of all reputable breeders.

Find A Pomsky - Click Here For Litter Updates


  • Sarah says:

    How does this relate to the generation of a Pomsky? I know that an F1 is a 50/50 but was not aware that an F2 was a Pomsky bred to a Pomeranian. How then does it work if a breeder is saying they offer F3 pomskies? Are they a scam by your knowledge?

    • Pomsky Owners Association says:

      Hi Sarah,
      An F2 pomsky is the offspring of two F1 Pomskies bred to each other.
      An F3 pomsky is a second generation Pomsky when two F2 pomskies are bred together.

      It’s possible that a breeder could have an F3 breed, but unlikely because the pomsky breed is so young. Do you want us to take a look at the breeder for you to see if it’s a scam? Simply reply back with the URL of the breeder’s website and we’ll take a look.

  • Becky says:

    when a 25/75 breeds with a siberian husky what is the expected outcome and characteristics?

  • Gia says:

    Will a F2 puppy grow to the adult size of the F1 parents or will it be smaller?

  • Trisha says:

    Why is only the Siberian Husky/Pom mix a Pomsky?

    What about the breeding of a malamute husky/ Pomeranian together?

    To my knowledge blue eyes in a malamute is not desired.

    But blue eyes is very desired in the Siberian/Pom mix.

    • Marrianne says:

      As far as I know, if a Mal has blue eyes, there is Husky in it. One if the fastest ways to tell if you are looking at a Mal or a Husky is by looking at the eye color. I would think the mix of a Mal and Pom would be a bit larger, and stockier, in general. It seems the main reason for breeding with a Pom is the smaller size and exceptional disposition.

Leave a Reply