Pomsky Dogs

Pomsky dogs (also known as Arctic Spitz) are a designer dog that combines several Spitz breeds in attempt to maximize beneficial attributes of those breeds.

Our program is based on producing puppies with highly desirable attributes gained from purebred Siberian Husky, Pomeranian and Spitz lineages as guaranteed through DNA testing.

Our dogs carry mostly Siberian Husky and Pomeranian bloodlines, while some of our dogs also carry a very small amount of American Eskimo (part of the greater Pomeranian/Spitz family), which also produces a Pomsky. A third breed is crucial in the Pomsky breed’s requirements to becoming recognized by the AKC.


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We are registered breeders with both the International Pomsky Association and the Pomsky Owner’s Association.


The objective of the Pomsky breed is to standardize a multi-generational crossbreeding of Pomeranian, Siberian Husky, American Eskimo and German Spitz bloodlines into a smaller companion Spitz breed.

The Pomsky is a joyful, affectionate dog with great humour and character. Dogs should be outgoing, confident, but non-aggressive and social with people and other dogs. Exuberance should not be mistaken for aggression.

Pomskies can vary in size due to the random genetic shuffle of both Pomeranian and Siberian Husky genes; however, the Standard Pomsky will likely be 15-18 inches tall and generally between 18-25 pounds. Toy and Mini Pomskies that are under 18 pounds are becoming more common through selective breeding.

Did you know that our Pomskies are eligible for registration into the CKC Canine Companions to compete alongside purebred dogs in some events? Learn more at https://www.ckc.ca/en/Events/Canine-Companion


Available Puppies and Upcoming Litters

We uphold an ethical breeding program that provides the best possible standards of health and care for our dogs and puppies. Our dogs are members of our family who live with our children in our homes, and are well socialized with other dogs, cats, and visitors. We strive to ensure our clients receive a happy, healthy puppy for life.


How our dogs and puppies are housed:


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