How Pomsky Breeding Is Usually Performed
The Pomsky breed is a cross between a Pomeranian and Siberian Husky. These two breeds are typically very different in size. This prompts people to ask “how Pomsky breeding is usually performed?”. Siberian Huskies usually weigh between 20 and 60 lbs and Pomeranians 4 to 8 lbs. This makes traditional breeding practices unrealistic and at the very least unsafe.
Pomsky breeding requires artificial insemination.
Siberian Huskies and Pomeranians cannot be bred naturally due to the size of the Pomeranians so artificial insemination must be performed. Once a Husky goes into heat she is watched carefully and then progesterone tested to help ensure a successful insemination. All of our ImPECKable huskies are health checked, up to date on vaccines and go through numerous vet visits to ensure the safest pregnancies and litters. All of these tests, procedures, and precautions are very costly to the breeder and are passed down in pricing. We just pray we get happy, healthy pups to add to your family for a lifetime of enjoyment!
The Dam (female) in the Pomsky artificial insemination process is always the Siberian Husky. This is because the combination of the breeds can result in puppies that might be too large for a Pomeranian to safely delivery.
The Sire (male) is always the Pomeranian.
We’ve gone over the basics on how Pomsky breeding is usually performed. Artificial insemination is the preferred method for Pomsky breeding. The success rate of artificial insemination can vary but averages 52 to 60 percent depending on a number of factors.