[VIDEO] Energetic Pomsky Puppies Playing In The Yard

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What a delightful way to spend the afternoon!  The energetic Pomsky puppies in this video are ready for action.  They start out sitting by Mom, but then after a while, they need to get their energy out.  The way they bounce around is just delightful to watch.  They are following their human family, inviting them to play.  Pomsky is a relatively new breed of designer dog that’s a cross between a Pomeranian and a Siberian Husky.   Many people who like this breed are going for a Husky in a small size, according to Pet Guide.  They are highly energetic and playful.  Very intelligent dogs, like their parents.

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What are Pomskies like?

Pomskies respond well to training that uses rewards.  It doesn’t always have to be food.  It can simply be your tone of voice.  They can tell when you are praising them.  That’s just as good a reward as treats.  Pomskies need a fair amount of exercise.  If you are thinking about getting one, make sure you have the time to do so.   Otherwise, that excess energy would turn into behavior that you would not appreciate.

Some Pomskies can inherit more from their Husky mom than their Pomerian father, or vice versa. This is for both physical appearance and their temperament.  Usually they inherit the best of both worlds–loving, very smart, confident, playful.  Their Pomeranian heritage makes them protective of their owners.  If they feel there is threat to their family, they will take on the enemy, doesn’t matter how much larger the enemy is.  Just know that a Pomsky weighs only between 20 to 30 pounds.  It is important to socialize Pomskies early on, like any other dogs, so they grow into well-rounded adult dogs that feel comfortable with new people and situations.  You can read more about Pomsky here.  Enjoy watching the energetic Pomsky puppies in this video.

Article source:  Pet Guide

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