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Often referred to as the huskeranian, The Pomsky is a dog originating from the cross between a Siberian husky and a Pomeranian. They will inherit endurance and wanderlust from their husky parent. This makes them more suited to a large fenced home with enough space to roam around.  Thus, they will fare best in moderate and cool climates and don’t like being left alone for long as they get easily bored. They will not enjoy being left alone for long periods of time as they crave human attention.

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With a Siberian husky as their parent, they will have a loving and daring temperament accompanied by a high prey drive and wanderlust. This high definition of freedom could be brought down by Pomeranian genes. When it concerns health, there is a chance for the Siberian huskeranian not to inherit any health defects. They could however inherit some eye complications like cataracts, progressive retinal atrophy, and corneal dystrophy. They might also suffer from hip dysplasia, hypothyroidism, and a luxating patellar.

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It is important to give the huskeranian all the basic hygienic needs; brushing their teeth, cleaning their ears, and trimming their nails. Trimming their nails will help them walk efficiently with no pain. The Pomsky is an intelligent breed but is also a very stubborn one. This husky Pomeranian mix might prove tough for first-timers. Even for experienced dog owners, it is advised to attend obedience training classes in order to polish your alpha persona and better your dog’s training.

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Trips to the park and other activities such as swimming, hiking, and dog games should be enough to satisfy the pomsky’s very active nature while also keeping it mentally stimulated. As the Siberian husky is crossed with another dog, the activity levels might take a dip. They usually weigh about 7 to 35 pounds and stand 11 to 25 inches tall although their size might vary depending on the other breed being crossed with the husky. They generally live for 12 to 16 years.