teacup pomsky puppies
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Pomskys need to be the center of attention but their adorable looks and playful antics, typically ensure they get all of the love and attention they crave. As the offspring of a Siberian Husky, Pomskys are high-spirited and possess seemingly endless stores of energy.
Pomskys love everyone but are likely to choose a single person to latch on too. They generally get along well with other dogs but the high prey drive of the Siberian Husky means it may chase after small animals, so it’s important to keep them on a leash when outside.
Pomsky puppies are adorable, affectionate and too fluffy not to love. As a crossbreed of a Siberian Husky and a Pomsky, Pomskys are high-energy pups that need lots of attention and have loads of energy to burn.
They need regular exercise and socialization to ward off destructive behavior and stifle its urge to bark. Pomskys puppies not only crave your attention, they absolutely need someone to watch over them at all times to ensure their high-spirited, playful personality doesn’t get them into trouble.
New Pomskys also have a tendency to zoom around the house at full throttle barking as loud as they can. Thankfully, these periods of madness can be reduced with regular exercise, training and lots of playtime.
Small dog puppies, like the Pomsky are also prone to separation anxiety and may chew furniture, or bark excessively if left alone and not adequately exercised. They may also dart off in pursuit of any interesting scent or leaf that peaks their interest. Fenced in yards, leashes and a watchful eye are always recommended.
How to Puppy-Proof Your Home
Like all puppies, Pomsky puppies are very curious and likely to sniff out food or anything they think is food and chew on it to see if they can eat it – this is how puppies learn and explore their new environments – it’s also why it’s incredibly important that new Pomsky puppy owners take the necessary steps to puppy-proof their home.
Install cabinet locks and puppy gates.
Keep all entrances to home closed at all times.
Keep toilet lids closed.
Remove any choking hazards and all poisonous houseplants.
Fence in the yard.
New Pomsky Puppy Supplies
One of the biggest mistakes new puppy parents can make is to pick up their new puppy before making a trip to the pet store. Below is a list of supplies you’ll need to purchase BEFORE your scheduled puppy pick-up appointment:
Crate (large enough for the puppy to comfortably sit, stand and lie down)
Chew Toys (puppy-safe)
Food Dish (Non-Plastic)
Water Dish (Non-Plastic)
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