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Variations of the Pomeranian Husky Mix

The Pomeranian husky mix, otherwise known as a Pomsky, comes in many 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 more distinguished 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.

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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.

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

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  • 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.

    • Barbara says:

      An F2 pomsky is a F1 pomsky bred to another F1 pomsky. It’s called a F1, F2 f whatever breed back when you take a pomsky and breed it to a purebred Pomeranian or Siberian husky. So a F3 is 2 F2 pomskies bred together to make the F3.
      You can also take and breed an F3 to a husky or pom and it’s called an F3b (breed back). I am a little fuzzy on what a f2 pomsky bred to an F3 pomsky… I would assume you stick with the f2 or F3 as you aren’t really going up another generation.
      The there are American Eskimo (possibly other Spitz breeds) allowed. You will see that represented as f1x or f2x still working with the generation but including the x to show there is another breed present besides the Pomeranian or Siberian husky.
      I hope that wasn’t more confusing for you.

  • 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.

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