Where are you located?
We are located in Fredericksburg, Virginia which is Northern Virginia about 50 miles south of Washington, DC.
Why do your puppies cost so much?
A lot of time and money has been spent researching the genetics of both breeds involved. The breeding is done artificially which is quite expensive. It requires testing to ensure the optimal breeding time. We also buy quality AKC Huskies, AKC Pomeranians and top of the line Pomskies for our breeding program.
Do you deliver puppies?
Puppies can be delivered via Puppy Nanny in the United States and Canada for an additional fee.
What do you feed your dogs?
We use COSTCO brand puppy and dog food. We always recommend slowly introducing new dog food if you are going to feed them something else.
Can I get on a wait list?
We are accepting applications for our waitlist now. We review each application before selecting the owners. If your application is approved, we require a $500 nonrefundable deposit that goes toward th ecost of your puppy. We also reserve the right to offer potential breeding quality puppies to other reputable breeders.
How much do your puppies cost?
Puppies cost between $2000 and $5000. The price of our dogs depend on the markings and eye color.
What does the cost of a puppy include?
All our puppies will be up to date on vaccinations and wormed when they go home. Puppies will be vet checked, and DNA tested. They will come with a list of vaccinations, puppy food, a blanket, a play toy, a sales contract and a 2-year health guarantee.
How do I purchase a puppy?
We will announce on our Facebook Page when applications will be opened for litters. This is done after eye colors can be fairly confidently determined and is normally when the puppies are around four weeks old. We will post available puppies with character information and cost. We will open up for applications for 24-48 hours. We will then ask you to read all of the information about our company on our webpage and if you are interested, you can fill out an application on our website and it will be sent to us. We then review applications, schedule phone interviews and select potential owners. Owners are contacted and requested to provide a $500 non-refundable deposit that will go toward the cost of the puppy. The remainder is due within two weeks. Failure to provide the remaining balance on time can result in forfeiture of the deposit as we will then have to find another potential buyer.
How big will my Pomsky get?
We cannot guarantee size. With Pomskies there is always a chance of a throwback so we can have pups well under or over the expected weight range. The size is dependant upon genetics and what dogs are bred to one another. You can have some that end up smaller and some end up much bigger than expected. We will always only provide a projected weight and will under no circumstance guarantee that a puppy will remain under a certain weight.
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 2-year health guarantee and ask for an update every 6 months for this 2 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.
What are temperaments of Pomskies like?
Pomsky personalities will vary but they all have some Pom traits and some husky traits. They are very smart and easy to train. They typically will howl like huskies but only on occasion. They are much more focused on their human family and less independent than your typical husky but do not always have to be underfoot like your typical Pomeranian. They can be escape artists like huskies but do not wander to the same degree. You will want to be sure your yard is secure but fortunately they cannot jump high fences like huskies due to their small size. They are great with kids.
How do you breed a Husky with a Pomeranian?
1st Generation Pomskies (also known as 50/50s) are created by breeding a male Pomeranian to a female Husky. 2nd Generation Pomskies (also known as 25/75s) are created by breeding a male Pomeranian to a 1st Generation female Pomsky. 2nd Generation male Pomskies are being bred to Husky females to create Pomskies that are 62.5% Husky and 37.5% Pomeranian. We do not do natural breedings as they would be ineffective and dangerous. It is all done through artificial insemination. We have partnered with other breeders who have a great deal of knowledge and experience with AIs 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 if we want to breed our Pomsky?
With the exception of approved and established breeders, all of our puppies are sold on a strict spay/neuter agreement. Anyone considering buying a puppy as a pet and then secretly breeding it should know that we require proof of spay and neuter by 6 – 12 months of age. If this is not provided you could lose your Pomsky and not get any money back because you will be in breach of contract. If surgery must be delayed because the puppy is sick, we require proof of this from your vet as well as their contact information to verify. We do not allow people to keep their pets intact because they feel that fixing them is cruel. So please do not ask. Any vet will tell you that early spay and neuter is not only healthy for the dog but will make training and getting along with other animals much easier.
Can we come visit to meet a Pomsky and see what they are really like?
We do allow people on our waitlist to visit our house and those who may interested in seeing our facility on a case by case basis. We are open about our breeding practices and have nothing to hide. We do take safety into consideration and will screen all potential visitors very carefully.