Before messaging me please read carefully, this page should answer most, if not all of your questions.
Do you have a wait-list? Can I place a deposit?
We work off a deposit list. To be added you must contact me through Facebook messenger, Instagram messenger, or email to apply. We respond faster through Facebook and Instagram. Once the application is approved, a non refundable deposit of $500 is due before we add you to the list. We do puppy picks when pups are about 6 weeks old. The order of puppy picks goes in the order of the deposit list. Many people will pass waiting for their dream puppy so we often have many puppies available even after the list has had their chance.
Whatever is left after the list has had a chance, will then be posted on Facebook and Instagram and direction you to this website to see their info and prices. Due to the new rules against selling animals on social media we can no longer post prices there.
Puppies are priced accordingly and range from $2,500-$6,000 at this time. PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANYTIME. Micros with blue eyes and husky markings are in the $5,000-$6,000 range and blue coats are higher as well. Lower end of the price range includes larger size estimates with brown eyes, or piebald markings. Please keep in mind that our Poms and Huskies we started our lines with were bought for thousands, not hundreds!
Do you offer shipping?
We try not to ship cargo unless we have to but if we do that is $350. The price for a flight nanny is $650 within the USA. We are no longer shipping overseas, we will only ship to Canada or Mexico and price varies. A flight nanny takes the puppy on board with them and they can give them the attention they need. We want the best possible care for our babies! However, we strongly prefer you flew to the nearest airport which is Phoenix AZ to pick up your puppy. The airport in Prescott is now doing flights as well but they require the puppy be 10 weeks old and we prefer you pick up at 8 weeks in phoenix. Using a nanny is great but they fly on stand by so that makes planning difficult, when flying on stand by you won't know flight info until a few days before and plans may still change because flights can fill up last minute.
All parents are health tested through Embark, but our puppies come with a 1 and a half year health guarantee, with the option of an additional 6 months provided you keep your puppy on the Nuvet Supplement we recommend for optimal health. The health guarantee works against genetic/congenital diseases that cause death of the dog in the first 2 years. This is in our contract.
What is the adult Pomsky size?
Pomskies can range anywhere between 5-38 pounds. We no longer have Pomskies as big as 38 pounds so although that is typical for the breed, we have come a long way in the evolution of Pomskies so ours are typically 6-20 pounds. Anything under 7 is extremely rare right now. We give weight estimates when they are about 5 weeks old, which is why we wait until then to price and sell them. We have learned a lot and have a good idea of which puppies will be on the larger or smaller scale but we can not guarantee size.
What generations do you breed?
Most of our dogs are multi gen, once you have reached an f4+ the dog is considered multi gen. We were one of the original creators of this breed so we have come far in generations over the years, which is why our dogs run smaller but still have higher husky content and features.
Do Pomskies Shed?
They will blow their coat once or twice a year in the spring and fall, otherwise shedding is minimal. When blowing, we recommend a good groomer to brush all the undercoat out. They works wonders! We like to get our dogs groomed once a month regardless to be sure they look their best and don't shed much.
Are Pomskies good with Cats, other Dogs, and kids?
Pomskies are fantastic with Cats, Dogs, and children! They don't have the prey drive Huskies do and there has never been a case of a Pomsky attacking a cat as far as I know, however they will play. Pomskies all around are an amazing family dog and I am convinced their the best breed ever! Just remember, socialization is key, especially in the first year of life.