Bartlett's Kennels

specialising in the pomsky, bullpei, chow chow and blue Staffordshire bull terrier.

      size of a pomsky


Overall Impression
The overall impression is of a small but powerful northern-breed dog with substantial bone, small erect ears, and with typical ‘husky’ markings.

Toy- typically 5-9 pounds and under 10” at the shoulder.
Mini over 9 pounds and up to 15” tall.
Standard 15-18” tall and generally between 18-25 pounds. 

But like any crossbreed they could grow bigger or smaller.

The Pomsky is a joyful, affectionate dog with great humor and character they should be outgoing, confident, but non-aggressive and social with people and other dogs.

Color & Markings
A pomsky can come in All different colors and patterns Ideally a white or cream ground with markings on the head, face, and back in the typical ‘husky’ pattern, including a generally symmetrical mask. The markings may be of any color, Nose color should harmonize with the coat color with darker pigment to be preferred. Eyes may be any color or combination of colors. Color and markings should not be considered more highly than a dog’s general conformation and breed type overall – no good dog is a bad color.


Most people would agree that “cuteness” is one of the best qualities of the Pomsky breed. However, I would add that it’s the “variety of cuteness” that is my favorite aspect of the breed. The Pomsky is a cross-breed between a Pomeranian and a Siberian Husky.  As with all new cross breeds, the offspring usually end up with a combination of the physical looks of both parent breeds.  A Pomsky pup could look a lot like a Husky, or a lot like a Pomeranian, or anywhere in between. Since the Pomeranian and the Husky are so different looking to start with, that “anywhere in between” means there is a HUGE number of variations in the physical characteristics of different Pomskies. Over time, these variations lessen as us breeders selectively choose parents who posses the traits most desire, but, as of now, most Pomskies are being born in first-generation litters, making their physical variety more pronounced than almost any cross-breed seen before. we were one of the first breeders to breed the pomsky in the uk, we are on the 4th generation and are working hard to produce the perfect pomsky in size, husky markings, blue eyes but most importantly health and temperament, we are proud to say we have bred some of the smallest pomskies in the uk. Since the Pomsky isn’t a member of any recognized kennel clubs, a consistent set of breed standards haven’t been set.  Despite this fact, or possibly because of it, the Pomsky breed appeals to a wide range of people.  With Pomskies, there is something for everyone. The number of different variations is truly endless. Because it’s an inexact science, not every Pomsky will fit perfectly into a single category.


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F1 Pomsky

(F1) A First Generation Pomsky 50% Siberian Husky and 50% Pomeranian, one parent usually the mother is 100% Siberian Husky and the other parent usually the sire is 100% Pomeranian breeding f1 pomskies the other way round could be very dangerous for the mother due to a Pomeranian being smaller in size.


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f2 Pomsky

(F2) Pomsky The mother is an F1 Pomsky and the sire is also an F1 Pomsky it is allot easier to predict the size the f2 pomsky puppies will grow as unlike the f1 pomsky parents the f2 pomskies both parents tend to be much more compatible in size to breed.


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f3 pomsky


(F3) Pomsky just means that The mother is an F2 Pomsky and the sire is also an F2 Pomsky the f3 pomskies should grow the smallest out of the three as with my experience they get smaller with every generation we have bred.