Pomsky Puppies Available

Pomsky Puppies Available

The Pomsky is a cross between
the Pomeranian and the Husky.Their look is similar to a
husky but smaller in size. The Pomskies temperament
may vary depending on the parents genetic inheritance,
but they are generally considered to be very smart,
loving and great pets for a family home.What comes with our pomsky puppies
Fully vaccinated
Flea Treated
Vet Checked

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How You Can Become Pomsky Breeder

Becoming an Pomsky Breeder can be a lot of fun, but it can also be a lot of work. You will need to invest some money to become a breeder. Being a breeder is like owning your own small business, it requires you to understand simple accounting and good breeding practices.

This is probably more of resource for fellow or future breeders than for the average Pomsky lover. We will try to outline here what you will need to do, in order to become a breeder. We caution people who are new to dog breeding. This is not the best breed of dog for the novice canine breeder. This is because of the process it currently takes to make a Pomsky. You actually have to go to a lab or a qualified vet to get a Pomeranian or a Husky artificially inseminated. This is also one of the reasons Pomskies are so expensive at the moment.

This is a Pomsky Sleeping with a stuffed animal

We also warn against people who are trying to breed Pomskies for easy money. It’s not easy! You are going to get burned and burned fast if you think breeding an animal for profit is easy. First, you need to invest in some education on how to become a breeder. You also need to learn all of the rules and regulations in your state and local community. Just to get started you may end up spending thousands of dollars on healthy pure bred dogs. You only have a small window of opportunity to get your dog pregnant. It costs hundreds of dollars to get a Husky or Pomeranian artificially inseminated. After the puppies are born you are going to have to feed them and pay for their medical shots and other bills. You might end up with a small litter or litter of puppies that don’t have the Pomsky characteristics. So you may not be able to make money until you have tried a few times and you have had the right experience.

This is an official list of stuff YOU MUST DO in order to become a breeder.

  1. Research – You are going to need to become experts in both Huskies and Pomerinans. This will require you to read books, visit informative websites and understand the proper care of dogs both small and large. After learning about these breeds you will need to know all the charateritcs that make a Pomsky. You will also have to do your research into all the laws and regulations for breeders in your area.
  2. Buy The Dogs – The next thing you will need to do is buy a Pomerianum and a Husky. You will have to make sure they are healthy and will be sexually able to reproduce. You may need to buy two or three of each to make sure you have a large enough gene pool to choose from. This can get expensive quite fast. It is recommended to buy from premium breeders so that you know you are getting the best possible dog. You will also have to feed and care for your new dogs.
  3. Find A Vet – Vets are really easy to find, however, finding a vet that specializes in artificial insemination can be really expensive. Make sure you do your due diligence before settling with your vet of choice.
  4. Understand and Abide by the Code of Ethics – being a breeder requires you to abide by all of the code of ethics. If you are found not abiding by them, you cannot be an official breeder.
  5. Contact Us – once you have your official litter of puppies, contact us to be featured as one of our official Pomsky breeders!



How Much Are Pomsky Puppies?


Pomskies come in a variety of prices and options.  At this time most of the breeders available are selling their individual pups for as low as $1,500 to as high as $5,000.  As their popularity increases, they may end up costing even more in the future.  The only way to stabilize the price for the future is to get more breeders in the market.  But in order for that to happen, the Pomsky must become an official breed (see how the pomsky will become an official breed).

What Will it Cost to Take Care of My Pomsky?

Taking care of a dog is a lot of work, not to mention how much it costs to take care of it throughout its lifetime.  So many people are wondering how much do pomsky puppies cost in general.

Since most Pomskies are small to medium sized dogs, they will cost anywhere from $400 to $600 a year depending on the products and services you buy.

how much are pomsky puppies and yearly costs

Some of these costs include:

Food – Dog food can either be really cheap or really expensive.  Research and find the right dog food for your dog.  Dog food will cost you anywhere from $150 to $300 a year. Food prices depend mostly on the brand, if it is organic and other factors.

Toys – Dogs love toys, however toys don’t necessarily have to be that expensive.  For example you can use old socks and your Pomsky will have hours of fun.  You can also go to the pet store and buy some cute toys that will cost you around $50 to $100 a year.

Treats – Dogs also love treats and your Pomsky is no different.  Make room for around $25 to $50 a year for treats.

Licensing – A license for any dog will cost about $15 a year.

Medical Expenses – You will need to take your pet to the vet at least once a year to get shots and yearly checkups.  This will cost anywhere from $150 to $300 a year.

Miscellaneous – There may be lots of miscellaneous expenses also, especially in the first year of owning your puppy.  You may need to pay for grooming, a crate, and other important things that all dog owners will need.

Before buying a Pomsky you may want to make sure you can afford owning a dog.  With proper care and maintenance your dog can live happy and healthy life!  Make sure you do your research and look into different breeders to see how much they are selling Pomskies.