Below is a list of frequently asked questions we have received from real people about the Pomsky and/or our site in real life conversations, email, comments on posts or publicly posted in other places on the internet (e.g. forums, blogs, etc.)

Where can I find a Pomsky breeder or puppies for sale?

This is a fairly common question. We are putting together a directory of known Pomsky breeders and suggest you sign up to our email list to receive updates, along with other Pomsky information and related news.

Do you know anything about such and such Pomsky breeder?

Many people are looking for information or reviews of Pomsky breeders they may have stumbled upon while searching the internet. We are putting together a master list of breeder reviews and you can find them here.

If you want to be alerted to new reviews in the future, please sign up to receive our email alerts.​

When will your next litter of Pomskies be available?

From time to time, we get questions from eager people under the mistaken impression that we are breeders of Pomskies. At the Pomsky Wiki, we do not breed or sell any Pomskies at all. We simply provide real, fact-based information to our readers.

Given the exorbitant and ridiculous cost of Pomskies demanded by breeders, we are clearly going about this Pomsky business all wrong. In all seriousness, we do not advocate or encourage anyone to get into the dog breeding business.

Also, we have no affiliation or connection to any breeders, do not have any advertising agreements, nor do we receive any referrals from any breeders of any dog breed. Period.​

Are Pomskies real?

Yes, and no!

They are real in the sense that there really are people breeding Pomeranians with Siberian huskies. They are not real in the sense that many disreputable breeders who say they are selling Pomskies are actually selling “fake” pomsky puppies (e.g. one or both parents are not pure bred Poms or Sibes). Do you think you are skilled enough to tell whether or not a dog is really a Pomsky based solely on its physical appearance?

​For Pomsky “breed-specific” questions, please see our “Pomsky-Pedia”.

Pomsky Breeders

Welcome to the Pomsky Breeder Research Portal!

Before you eagerly agree to pay and hand over thousands of dollars to a Pomsky breeder and excitedly take your adorably cute and presently little puppy that you just purchased home with you, we hope you complete your due diligence. We want you to thoroughly research and investigate your breeders of choice.

In fact, we hope you investigate the Pomsky designer breed itself to make sure its behavioral profile will  truly mesh with your family household dynamic.

In many respects, purchasing a Pomsky puppy from a breeder is like the “Wild Wild West” right now.  While there are genuine operators, there are many individuals looking to make a fast buck because they recognize how fashionable and trendy it is to have a Pomsky at the moment.

We want to protect you and others from getting scammed by unethical breeders and criminal cheats and one way we hope to accomplish this is by publishing reviews of Pomsky breeders by satisfied and dissatisfied customers.

Pomsky Breeder Checklist

You should be concerned about the health and safety of your new puppy, as well as the general well-being of any animals under the care of a breeder.

​You also want to protect yourself from being scammed and defrauded by unethical breeders looking to make a fast buck.

To protect yourself, please use our checklist to find a reputable breeder of Pomsky puppies.​

Pomsky Breeder Directory

Are you looking for a Pomsky breeder near your or in your state?

You can find puppies and breeders using our Pomsky breeder directory.

Please take a moment to educate yourself about the Pomsky breed, whether or not Pomsky puppies are right for you, and whether or not you want to purchase and encourage the continued breeding of these animals by “backyard breeders.”​

Pomsky Breeder Reviews

Most everyone seeks out referrals and reviews of products, companies and professionals before we enter into any purchase or transaction.

Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for some who seek out Pomsky puppies.

Don’t let the excitement derail you from engaging in proper due diligence. Please take a quick second to scan the reviews of Pomsky breeders.​

Pomsky Pedia

Pomsky Resource Center

Welcome to the Pomsky-pedia section of our site. This will serve as a reference center for all the information we provide to our readers​.

Below are quick jump links to the most commonly asked questions people tend to have about the Pomsky designer dog breed.​

What is a Pomsky?

A true Pomsky is a mixed “designer” dog breed that pairs the smaller Pomeranian with the larger Siberian husky.

Generally, when you cross-breed dogs you want to make sure that the female is the larger of the two breeds.

In the case of the Pomsky, a female Pomeranian would most likely die from a pregnancy assuming she did not receive a c-section. And considerable harm, including death through suffocation, can occur to the puppies inside the mother’s womb.

Please note that “true Pomskies” are required to have pure bred Pomeranian and Siberian husky parents. However, the odds of you getting a “true Pomsky” are not as good as you might think do to the fact that there are a lot of so-called breeders of Pomskies that are simply engaging in outright scams.

How big does a Pomsky get when it is fully grown?

Many people who first learn about the Pomsky have the mistaken impression that the breed is a “teacup” size or simply a miniature Siberian husky. This is inaccurate.

Pomskies actually get much larger than many think and can weigh up to 30 pounds or more. These are not soft, cuddly puppies you can tote around in your purse a la Paris Hilton.

Please see the following link for more detailed information about the factors that determine how big a Pomsky will get when it is full grown.​

What kind of personality will my Pomsky have?

The hard cold truth is nobody can be certain due to the fact that this is a “designer breed” that does not have a breed standard. You can learn more the personality and temperaments of the Pomsky’s maternal and paternal bloodlines and get a rough approximation of what one might be able to expect by viewing a lengthy and more detailed article HERE!

What do Pomsky puppies look like?

There is no set look for the Pomsky. If you are looking for the miniature Siberian husky look then you have unrealistic expectations.

Though a Pomsky will have some resemblance of the husky bloodline, nobody can predict with any reasonable certainty how any pups in a litter will look at birth or when they reach adult maturity. Pomsky Wiki goes into greater detail about the physical appearances of the Pomeranian and Sibes HERE! You can use these as a barometer for any Pomsky puppies, but you will need to have a pretty good idea of what the mother and father look like.​

Beware of any breeders providing you assurances about specific looks or appearances your Pomsky puppy will have at birth or as an adult. We have a checklist you can use to discern whether or not you are working with a reputable breeder and are currently in the process of putting together a list of breeder reviews.​

How much do Pomsky puppies cost?

Brace yourself. It will be at least a couple of thousand dollars and probably more. We provide a detailed breakdown of the costs for a Pomsky so that you can decide whether or not a Pomsky fits in your budget.

Click the link to find our Pomsky breeders directory.​

Please check back as we will update the content of this page. If you are interested in being a contributor to the wiki, sort of like how Wikipedia does it, please get in touch with us. If you would like to get updates emailed to you, please sign up for our email list here.



The Pomsky Wiki seeks to provide you the reader with truthful and accurate information free of fluff, hype and dishonest sales pitches.

We are not affiliated with any breeder or any association of breeders.

Our singular objective is to make sure those interested in learning more about the Pomsky designer dog breed can find the information they need to make informed decisions for themselves and their family.

Building a Community

“Wiki’s” are generally thought of as user generated and fact-checked reference material. The idea being that as a group we can ensure accurate, reliable information (e.g. reputable source).

We’re hoping to build a community where you and others will provide us with feedback and information to make our site better and more comprehensive. What does this mean?

We want to hear your thoughts on and experiences with this breed if you are a Pomsky owner.

We want to hear about your experiences and reviews of Pomsky breeders. We want to hear about your experiences with shipping companies. We want to hear about your experiences with scammers or those who have tried to cheat you out of your money.

And frankly, if you are opposed to designer dog breeds or actively work with animal rescue organizations we want to hear what you have to say as well.

Our only requirement is that each and every one of us treat each other with respect and communicate with each other in a mature manner.

Thank you,

The Pomsky Wiki