One of the challenges is the Pomsky is such a new breed that the community is still discussing the definition of a Pomsky.
Any mix of a Pomeranian and Siberian Husky is considered a Pomsky. Even if the mix is 95% Husky and 5% Pomeranian, this is still technically a Pomsky.
This can be frustrating when you are expecting a Pomsky that is 20lbs but you end up with a 95% husky that is 50lbs. The best way to avoid this is to talk with your breeder. Make sure you know exactly what type of Pomsky, and projected size, your puppy will be. We highly recommend working with one of the breeders on our approved breeder list.
The Pomsky Breeders on this list have been personally vetted by the POA. Based on our terms and conditions, each breeder is required to disclose information about the Dam and Sire or your Pomsky, including health conditions, DNA tests, and expected size of the Pomsky litter.
Below is a good example from our friend Jim Figueiredo. Jim was promised a small to medium sized Pomsky, but his pups grew to be a 60lb male and 40lb female, almost full husky size!