Frequently Asked Questions
Our prices range from $1000 to $5000 depending on the size, markings, eye color & which breed you have chose to purchase.
Can a puppy be reserved?
After the application process has been completed and you have been chosen then you can put a deposit of $500 to reserve your pup that amount will go toward the full purchase price and the rest is to be paid in full 1 week prior to pick up at 8 weeks of age or the day of pick up. If you would like continued training we offer to keep the pup till 10 weeks of age, to further potty train your pup.
***Deposits are NOT refundable***
Deposits are always transferable to another current or future litter up to 2 litters.
***I reserve the right to keep any puppy from any litter. The deposit list applies to all available puppies after my pick(s), if any, have been made***
Can I breed my pup?
No. All pups are sold on a strict spay/ neuter legal binding contract.
May consider breeders looking to add to their breeder program please contact us directly.
Can you register a Pomsky/ Pomeranian?
Yes. We register all of our puppies with IPA (International Pomsky Association), & CKC (Continental Kennel Club) & or AKC (American Kennel Club) each pup is registered accordingly depending on the breed.
What comes with my puppy purchase?
All of our puppies come with
1) International Pomsky Association (IPA) &/or Continental Kennel Club (CKC) registration if buying a pomsky
2) Continental Kennel Club (CKC) or American Kennel Club (AKC) registration application if buying a Pomeranian
5) First vaccines
6) Report from Veterinary Exam indicating good health
7) 3 year health guarantee on Pomskies and 2 year health guarantee on Pomeranians
8) DNA proof if buying a Pomsky
9) Puppy care package
10) Lifetime Breeder Support
Why are prices so high for our dogs?
While our prices are comparable to other breeders keep in mind we help pay for the spay/neuter of your pomsky and offer a 3 year health guarantee. We offer a 2 year health guarantee on our Pomeranians. Breeding properly is not cheap and here is why, due to all the high work, testing, & all the research we do to produce the best of the best. When you buy from us you are guaranteed to get the best quality Puppy that we can provide.
- Our dogs are registered with the International Pomsky Association, AKC and or CKC.
-Our dogs come from good reputable breeders with registrations. The pomsky breed alone has to be artificially inseminated to produce pups which is very costly and sometimes the (AI) does not take and has to be repeated several times a breeders expense to get the pair bred.
- We breed for standards, coat quality ,and temperament.
- Our dogs are not breed until they reach proper age.
-Each dog is put through a social test to assure they have the right temperament we desire.
-We offer lifetime support to our puppies and their family.
-We do genetic testing on all our breeders. It test for over 160 different disorders and diseases. This helps ensure you are purchasing a pup free of genetic defects that would down the road cost you high vet bills to treat and loss of your family member to soon.
-Puppies come with shots, micro-chipped ,deworming, and fully vet checked.
- We make it our mission in improve the Pomsky and Pomeranian breed and make it the best we can.
- 3 year genetic guarantee.
-We are a member of the International Pomsky Association and the Pomsky Club of America.
-Be careful when buying a pomsky from a person breeding out of their home and selling for an extremely low price. Do they offer a health guarantee? If so are they going to be in business in a year? Is the pup going to be of good quality free from disease and defect? Do research to make sure you are not getting scammed.
-Our dogs receive top quality grain free food high in protein, that is highly rated by the dog food advisor.
All this and the love & attention we give to our fur babies ensures we only breed the very best.
How do you breed a husky with a Pomeranian to create a (Pomsky)?
All our breedings are done with a husky female and a pomeranian male. We do not do natural breedings as they would be ineffcetive and dangerous. It is all done through artificial insemination. We have a great deal of knowledge and experience with this and our vet and follow a strict protocol of testing and quality assurance to assure the safety of our dogs and the best possible chance of pregnancy.
What is an F1, F2, F1b Pomsky?
F1 Pomsky - is when the Mother is a Husky and the Father is a Pomeranian (50/50)
F2 Pomsky - is when both parents mother and father are F1 Pomsky (The grandmother is a Husky and the Grandfather is a Pomeranian )
F1b Pomsky - B stands for backcross- when a F1 Pomsky crosses with a purebred Pomeranian or Siberian Husky (75% Pomeranian and 25% Siberian Husky or 25% Pomeranian and 75% Husky)
What is the adult Pomsky size?
Pomskies can range anywhere between 10-38 pounds. Size depends on the percentages of Husky and Pomeranian in the litter, but even then you will get a significant range in size each litter.
We try not to focus to much on weight for size, because some Huskies have a nice stocky build while others are petite, and some Pomeranian's are much thicker than others. So if a pomsky has a higher weight it doesn't always mean it is taller, but likely thicker because it has a nice husky like build which is what we are going for. For example, Caliber is a 14 pound Pomsky with height of 14 inches, and Whitney from different parents is 17 pounds but only 10 inches tall. We have learned a lot and have a good idea of which puppies will be on the larger or smaller scale but we can not guarantee size.
Do pomskies have any health problems?
So far we have not seen any health problems but this is a brand new hybrid and we still have a lot to learn. We do a 3 year health guarantee and ask for regular photo updates for this 3 year period for all of our puppies so that if health issues do arise we will know about them and they can be addressed.
Do pomskies shed?
Pomsky coats are typically somewhere between a husky coat and a pomeranian coat. They are soft and fluffy but have a silky quality that most pom coats lack. Most the dead hairs will sit in the coat until you brush them out so shedding is not a big issue with regular brushing. They do blow coat in the Summer and for about a month they will shed like crazy, but again, this can be controlled with more frequent brushing.
Why do you breed POMSKIES?
Our kennel and several other kennels are working to create a true recognized breed that is able to be shown and compete in conformation and performance events by working along side reputable breeders and the International Pomsky Association and the Pomsky Club of America.
~Puppy Weight Chart~There is no such thing as a "teacup" pomeranian. Many people use this term to sell a puppy for alot of money and also puppymills do this. We breed for AKC standard which is 4-7 pounds as adults . Sometime we get one a little smaller or a little bigger but that is not our intention.
Below is an estimated weight chart. We can only estimate size. It is never guaranteed. *This chart is an estimated weight range it is not guaranteed nor said to be exact weight.
What is the temperament of the Pomeranian?Most pomeranians are very sociable, they love being around their people and will be your constant companion. They are very loyal to their owners and tend to pick their favorite people, but they can and do make good family pets as well. They have a medium energy level, but being small dogs it is pretty easy to give them adequate exercise even in an apartment with a few brief leash walks daily or playtime in fenced-in back yard.
How involved is the coat care for a Pomeranian?
Unlike many long coated toy breeds, Poms are fairly easy to maintain in full coat as long as you brush them regularly. I recommend a thorough brushing once per week with a pin brush (metal pins, without balls on the end). Brush down to the skin paying particular attention to the areas behind the ears, armpits, and rear end, as these can mat easily. I suggest a bath once per month and "as needed". Poms who play outdoors in a yard may need more frequent bathing if they get dirty, smelly or muddy from rolling on the ground. Poms don't shed much on a regular basis, but they will have a BIG coat blow about twice per year, when all the soft undercoat loosens up. When you see your pom shedding little tufts of hair, it is time for brushing, ASAP! This loose hair will mat readily if it's not removed in a timely fashion. Nails should be trimmed about once per month (bi-weekly if you plan to show) and should not be allowed to grow long enough that they "clack" on a tile floor.
If keeping up with the coat or doing nails or a bath is too much for you, then I recommend scheduling a regular monthly grooming at a reputable grooming salon. Make sure they do not plan to shave your pom down unless that's what you want. (Note: We don't recommend shaving a pom too close as sometimes the coat does not grow back in). A groomer may have no choice but to shave a pom who has become too matted, so be sure to take your dog into the groomer before that sort of situation happens. I suggest you still try to brush the Pom weekly in between grooming visits just to make sure the coat is kept in good condition.
What health problems do Pomeranians have?
* Note: Our Pomeranians are genetic tested to try and prevent health issues and offer the best of the breed but these health issues are quite common among small breed dogs:
- Hypoglycemia. This is preventable by always having food and water available to your Pomeranian. This is called free feeding or grazing.
- Eye Problems, such as distichiasis (ingrown eyelashes), and entropion (lower eyelid that rolls inward)
- Patellar Luxation.
- Tracheal Collapse.
If you have any other questions please feel free to contact me using the contact page!!!