We are a Pomsky breeder based in Pullman, WA. Since 2005, we have been working with other breeders to learn and produce quality Pomskies. We officially launched in 2016 and our puppies will be available to the public in the summer of 2018. We breed our pups and raise them with love and care.


Our pomsky breeding program consists of standard coat Siberian Huskies, Pomskies, American Eskimos, and Pomeranians. Why these breeds?

Traditional Pomskies are a 50/50 cross between a Siberian Husky and a Pomeranian. However, to achieve our ideal line of Pomskies, we have introduced American Eskimo. As the American Eskimo is another member of the spitz family, the American Pomsky Kennel Club and International Pomsky Association have approved a percentage of it to be allowed in what it considers to be a true Pomsky.

We are striving to achieve the ideal Pomsky described by the International Pomsky Association with a few additional details and tweeks of our own.


Toy 5-9 pounds and under 10” at the shoulder.
Mini over 9 pounds and up to 15” tall.
Standard 13-20” tall and generally between 18-25 pounds.

Dogs are heavy for their height, with substantial bone. First generation (F1) outcross or crossbred dogs should not be penalized for excessive size as long as they are smaller than 35 pounds or 20”. Small but sturdy should be the watchword. Fragile or fine-boned substance at the expense of weight is faulty, but so is an excessively heavy dog which cannot move athletically. When weight and height place the dog in different size categories, height should be used for judging purposes. A larger or smaller dog is not more correct by the standard, as long as they are within standard.

The Siberian husky comes in many colors ranging from blacks, grays, and silvers to reds, sables, and whites. In huskies, the colors gray, red, and sable are all results for the "red" gene. This gene puts the red, orange, and brown tints into the fur. Black, white, and true silver huskies do not carry the red gene. The Pomeranian also comes in a wide range of colors as well. However, all their colors stem from or are carrying the red gene.

As of yet, there has been no way to consistently breed grays and silvers in Pomskies. This is part of our goal and where the American Eskimo comes in. American Eskimos do not carry the red gene so adding a percentage into our pomskies greatly reduced the red that is shown in our pups, resulting in more black, whites, grays, and silvers. As our line consist of only gray/white pups. It is our hope that they will produce more grays and silvers until the result is consistent.

We are aiming to produce a medium-length plush coat that is not wooly or long enough to inhibit running in mud, rain, and snow. While the Pomeranian have what is considered long-length fur, since the Siberian Huskies naturally have a short to medium-length fur is dominant, the extra percentage of longer-length fur in the American Eskimo helps produce a fur that is medium in length, yet very thick and plush.

According to the American Pomsky Kennel Club and International Pomsky Association the Pomsky is a joyful, affectionate dog with great humor and character. Shyness of any sort is considered a fault. Dogs should be outgoing, confident, but non-aggressive and social with people and other dogs. Exuberance should not be penalized or mistaken for aggression. Extremely shy dogs and aggressive dogs of any level are considered flawed. In addition, our Pomskies should be less vocal than the standard Siberian Husky.