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Owning a Pomsky is tough. From chewing, to the high energy, to the digging…Owning a Pomsky can be a full time job.
We know what it's like. And we are here to help.
Do Pomskies Shed?
Yes pomskies shed.
Pomskies shed their dead hairs and also blow their entire coat about twice a year.
Stop Pomsky Chewing
Pomskies love to chew. And they have strong teeth, so they can do some damage to your home! This video is for the Pomsky owner that just can't get their Pomsky to stop chewing.
Pomsky Potty Training
Seven tips to potty train your Pomsky. In this article we are going to cover a couple key tips to help you potty train your Pomsky including 1) Pomskies go when they got to go 2) Reward proper potty location
Stop Pomsky Barking
In this video Dan teaches us a couple techniques to calm your Pomsky when they are barking, agitated, or aggressive. Dan gives a real life example of calming an aggressive barking dog.
How Big Do Pomskies Get?
Assuming your pomsky is a 50/50 cross breed (50% husky and 50% Pomeranian), you can expect your full grown pomsky to be about 10 to 15 inches tall and weigh between 20 to 30 pounds.
Pomsky Health Issues and Concerns
Mixed breeds commonly inherit the hereditary health conditions of their parents. Because of this, we need to be wary that the hereditary health conditions of the Pomeranian and the Siberian husky may be present in the Pomsky breed.