Welcome to

The Pomsky Patch!

You are on a search for your next canine companion, which has led you to explore many sites and breeders... and now you are here at The Pomsky Patch. As Alabama's premier hobby breeder of Mini-Huskies, we hope to provide you with a level of information, selection, and service that will be difficult to find anywhere else, while also helping you make the right decisions in adopting your next furry family member.

 

All puppies born at The Pomsky Patch are cared for right inside our home until the day they leave with their new families. Genetic screening of parent dogs, full veterinary exams, current vaccinations, and a 24-month health agreement are provided to our customers in an effort to ensure peace-of-mind in selecting one of our pups.

We invite you to explore the information on this site, as well as
our available litter-mates!

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What is a Pomsky?
A Pomsky is a designer dog breed that results from breeding a male Pomeranian to a female Siberian Husky. The result is what some have also come to refer to as a Mini-Husky and/or Arctic Spitz, with a wide variety of colors, shades, coats, and unique Husky-like markings in a much smaller package!

How Big Does a
Pomsky Get?

The size of a first generation (F1) Pomsky can be difficult to estimate, but they generally grow to be somewhere around 25lbs. An adult second generation (F2) Pomsky will generally fall somewhere between the weight of both parents. The approximate adult weight of a  Pomsky Patch puppy will be between 15 and 25lbs.

What is a Pomsky's Temperament Like?
Each Pomsky will posses its own unique combination of what so many have come to know and love in both the Husky and Pomeranian temperaments. Playful, free-spirited, and very intelligent... makes them fast learners. They are athletic and confident, in spite of their small stature.

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Where you'll find our puppies...

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Discover The Story Behind Your Dog

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Training for
Multi-Dog
Homes

Play-Time Safety Tips:

Chew toys to avoid with your new puppy...
[and other household hazards]

The Walk​:

Why it's good for you and your dog!

Bringing Your Puppy Home:

Tips for your Pomsky Patch Puppy's Smooth Transition

The Value of Socialization:

What your puppy will miss without regular socialization...

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