Pomeranians are a popular dog breed all over the world. Their distinctive looks combined with their bold personalities make them very memorable and loyal pets. But what do you get when you cross a Pomeranian with different breeds? We’ll show you!
The Pomsky is a cross between a male Pomeranian and a female Siberian Husky. They are one of the most popular crosses at the moment since their internet fame in 2011. They are a lively and energetic breed that is loyal and confident. Pomskies will require good grooming and exercise.
Pomeranians can be stubborn and slightly difficult to train, therefore the Pomsky can need a firm hand and consistent training. They are a medium breed that weighs around 20 – 30 pounds.
If you love Huskies but want something on the smaller side – a Pomsky may be for you!
The Pompoo is a cross between a Pomeranian and a Poodle, also known as a pomerdoodle. They are known for their gentle and outgoing nature, making them good family pets. They are said to be easy to train and eager to please. Pompoos can be on the shy side with strangers but this would be avoided with good socialization and training from a young age.
Pompoos are a relatively new breed, so there are no ‘breed standards’ as of yet. They are generally small dogs weighing 5 to 15 pounds. Their height is usually between 8 to 10 inches at the shoulder.
The Yoranian is a cross between a Yorkshire Terrier and a Pomeranian. They are also known as a Yorkie Pom, Porkie, or Yoranian Terrier. They are a toy cross breed that weighs between 3 to 7 pounds and stands 6 to 12 inches at the shoulder. If they take after their Pomeranian parent, you will find the Yoranian to have a compact body and build. If they take after their Yorkshire Terrier parent, they can be on the finer side with a lighter build. They are intelligent dogs who are relatively easy to train. Yoranians are protective of their owners and can be possessive. They are energetic dogs that require frequent exercise.
The Pomston is the cross between a Pomeranian and a Boston Terrier. They are a lively and happy breed that thrives with children. They are minimal shedders which makes them good apartment dogs. They crave attention so are not best left alone for long amounts of time. They are active dogs that love to play. Pomston’s weigh 7 to 14 pounds and stand 7 to 12 inches.
If you are looking for a lovable and loyal companion, the Pomston is for you!
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The Pomchi is a cross between a Pomeranian and a Chihuahua also known as Chiapom or Chi-Pom. They are playful, energetic, and loyal. They are well suited to an active apartment owner due to their size. Pomchis thrive on attention and can be possessive of their owners. They are spunky affectionate dogs that stand 6 to 10 inches tall.
They come in a range of colors. The rarest color being full black.
The Dameranian is a cross between a Dachshund and a Pomeranian, they are also known as Pomaweenies. The Dachshund is used often in ‘designer’ dog breeds because of its distinctive build. Dameranians generally have longer backs (like their Dachshund parent) and fluffy coats (like
their Pomeranian parent). They are known to bond fiercely with one owner. Due to their coat types, they tend to shed and require a fair amount of grooming. They suit most types of families.
Standing 5 to 9 inches tall and weighing 8 to 15 pounds, they are a small to medium-sized breed.
The Pomeagle is a cross between a Pomeranian and a Beagle. They are known for their curious nature and large amounts of energy. Due to their Beagle parentage, they can be chasing dogs who are not best suited to families with small pets and cats. They are devoted companions to their
owners and generally friendly to all that they meet.
Pomeagles are medium-sized dogs weighing 10 to 25 pounds and standing 6 to 11 inches at the
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