Pomskies are a gorgeous designer breed made for small families wanting to keep their dog indoors with them. They were originally designed to mix the characteristics of the Pomeranian and the Siberian Husky. This keeps them small as well as giving them the famous gorgeous appearance of the husky. Because they get traits from both sides of each breed it’s definitely hard to know which breed they will take more after. Lucky for us most Pomskies will get their definit love for children from the Husky side and usually enjoy playing with small children.
Are my kids safe with a Pomsky dog?
Pomsky puppies are very protective of their owners and family members. If you have a family of small children you don’t have to be worried. Pomskies take care of each family member whether they are big or small. But, just like any other dog breed there are some things you need to keep in mind when you bring a Pomsky into your home.
What to keep in mind before bringing a Pomsky in your home with small children
Every dog breed is different and has a lot of separate character traits. But, no matter how big or small, some dogs tend to be aggressive and harmful if not trained properly. This is especially true if you’ve adopted a dog from a shelter. Some dogs that are adopted from shelters tend to be angry or aggressive, mainly because of things that have happened in the past. You should never adopt an aggressive Pomsky if you are not trained in training dogs, otherwise this will create a harmful environment for you and your family. If you want to get a Pomsky that is trained in a great environment you will want to find a trustworthy dog breeder that raises their puppies around children and adults. Brookside Pomskies is an amazing place to go if you are wanting a great dog that has experience around children. Check out our available puppies today to see if we have what is right for you.
What to expect with a Pomsky in your home
Pomskies are very energetic and entertaining. They love attention and always like to be included in family activities. They are great dogs when they are with children or family but they can get lonely if they are left alone for long periods of time. Pomskies shed a medium amount of hair and need a bath once every two weeks. It is also very common for your Pomsky to whine the first couple weeks after being adopted, but this is normal and usually goes away over time. Whining may be caused by separation anxiety, if it is there are ways to help your dog get past them.
If you are looking to add an adorable Pomsky puppy into your home, Brookside Pomskies is the place to go. We have an amazing variety of available Pomskies for you to choose from and you also have the option to have your Pomsky trained by us before you add the new addition into your family. Visit our Pomsky puppies for sale or submit an adoption application to get started.