Frequently Asked Questions

What should I feed my Pomsky?

We use and recommend Canidae or Victor dog food. Your puppy will arrive with a small supply of one of these foods. Be sure your Pomsky puppy eats only puppy food for the first year. (And no people food!)

How big will my Pomsky get?

Though every Pomsky is unique, most of our pups grow up to weigh less than 25 pounds.

What color will my Pomsky be?

Every pup is different. Pomskies may be brown, white, tan, black, or a combination.

How old must a Rocky Ridge Pomsky be for adoption?

Your Pomsky will be ready for adoption at eight weeks.

What about shots?

We give your Pomsky the first course of shots. One month after your Pomsky arrives, you’ll be responsible for the second course and future shots.

Will my Pomsky be spayed or neutered?

Eight weeks is too young for spaying or neutering, however, our adoption agreement requires you to spay or neuter your pup as soon as it is old enough. This is important for the health and safety of females and for the integrity of the breed.

Can I breed my Pomsky?

PLEASE DO NOT. Since Pomskies have small dog and big dog genes, breeding them can endanger the life of a female. This is why we require adopters to spay or neuter their Pomsky. Moreover, breeding Pomskies with other dogs or with one another will dilute this lovely breed.

What should I plan on spending for a Rocky Ridge Pomsky?

There is a $250 deposit to reserve your pomsky puppy. Pricing varies per litter, call for more information.

What if for some unforeseen reason I have to give up my Rocky Ridge Pomsky?

If you must give up your Pomsky, please return him or her to us here at Rocky Ridge. This is how you can help ensure our Pomskies never go to homes we haven’t screened. Sorry, refunds are not possible.

Who are my puppies parents?

You’re looking for the best quality in breeding and care in a new purebred puppy, and in the industry, one of the highest classifications here is any puppy with a championship pedigree. This pedigree tells you that the parents have maintained high show standards – both for looks and for important considerations like physical condition. Dogs with a show championship pedigree have achieved a high degree of perfection in various areas.

At Rocky Ridge Pomskies, this championship pedigree is part of our identity. Mother Aspen, a grey and white Siberian Husky, comes from a championship line that’s visible the moment you lay eyes on her. Father Rocky is a loving and intelligent companion, an ice white Pomeranian who lends the cuddles and love you’d expect from his breed. Together, they produce gorgeous and well-bred pups that will simply melt your heart.