Pomeranian Mixes
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Pomeranians are famous for their playfulness, silly antics, and fluffy coats in such a neat and small package. But when mixed with other breeds, this pooch becomes even more interesting. This is why Pomeranian mixes are a fun pet for avid canine lovers!

Peek-A-Poms low-shedding, mellow dogs that are a cross between the Pekingese and Pomeranian. Then, there’s the docile Shiranian, which is part Shih Tzu and part Pom. Do you want a fluffy, yet hypoallergenic pooch? The Pom and Cotton mix is perfect for you!

Discover a multitude of shapes, sizes, and colors that Pomeranian mixes offer. But more than what meets the eye, these pooches have fascinating personalities that are sure to win your hearts!

36. Jackaranian: Jack Russell + Pomeranian

A spunky Pomeranian mix, the Jackaranian is what you get when you combine the Jack Russell and Pomeranian genes. These are small pups anywhere between 6 and 14 lbs when fully grown. Their coat is thick, yet short to medium length.

Jackaranians are highly active and playful dogs. They are also easily attached to their families and can be prone to separation anxiety when left alone. So, if you have plenty of time to spend with your pet, then this is a great pooch for you.

35. Poshie: Pomeranian + Shetland Sheepdog

Poshies are soft and fluffy-coated hybrid dogs that’s a mix between a Pomeranian and a Shetland Sheepdog. They can either be a medium-sized or a small pooch. As for their coat texture, it is usually thick, dense, yet smooth. But the color varies depending on the more predominant genes.

In terms of personality, Poshies usually take after their Sheltie parent. They have high energy levels with a great need for mental stimulation. These canines are also intelligent, which makes them easy to train despite their stubborn streak.

34. French Pomerdog: French Bulldog + Pomeranian

Part French Bulldog and part Pomeranian, this Pom mix is a tiny and compact dog. They are usually densely-coated canines that shed quite heavily. After all, they are partly Poms! Their coat colors are often in shades of black, white, or brown.

French Pomerdogs are feisty, yet happy creatures. They do have a tendency to have the so-called “Small Dog Syndrome”, so it is best to train them early on to prevent aggression and the constant tendency to bark.

33. Chiranian: Chinese Crested + Pomeranian

A lovely mix of the Chinese Crested and Pomeranian genes, the Chiranian is a sweet and affectionate pooch. They do have more hair than the purebred Chinese Crested, and their coat can be white, gray, or black. These dogs also shed minimally, making them ideal for allergy sufferers.

With their gentle nature, Chiranians are suitable for families with kids and other pets. They also love their owners so much and crave for their attention all the time. Being left alone is a very difficult thing to bear for these canines.

32. Aussie Pom: Australian Shepherd Dog + Pomeranian

A designer dog that inherits the Aussie Shepherd’s adorable coat colors in brown and red, as well as the Pomeranian’s purse-friendly size, the Aussie Pom is quite a charmer. These are your fluffy dogs with a merle coat in a tiny body.

They are, however, larger than a Pom. Yet, they are still quite compact to fit in a small space. But with their abundant energy, it is best to give them ample exercise daily.

31. Pom- A- Pug: Pomeranian + Pug

A mixture of two of the most beloved breeds, the Pug and the Pomeranian, the Pom-A-Pug is a cutie weighing around 5 to 1 6 lbs. They still have the distinct Pug snout that is short and a little pushed in. However it is not as defined, which minimizes the risks of breathing issues typical with a purebred Pug.

Pom-A-Pugs have short to medium-length fluffy coats. They are also a little bit stubborn, as inherited from their Pom parent. But because of their eagerness to please their owners, they should be a good fit for first-time owners.

30. Ewokian: Havanese + Pomeranian

The name is indeed fitting for this Pomeranian mix because of the uncanny similarity to Star Wars’ Ewoks. They have small and round faces with large eyes, as well as floppy ears that tend to droop on either side of the head. 

Ewokians usually come in shades of gray, brown, and with some white markings all around. They are also very social creatures and adore people. With their agreeable personality, these dogs are always pleasant to be with.

29. Cockeranian: Cocker Spaniel + Pomeranian

A Cockeranian is a double-coated pooch like a Pom and with long and floppy ears as a Cocker Spaniel. Since both parents have an abundance of fur, this mixed breed is expected to have very thick coats that can be a challenge to maintain.

Compact-sized as a lapdog, yet energetic like a companion dog, the Cockeranian offers you the best of both worlds. They are playful creatures that never say no to adventures but will also be more than happy to be on your lap.

28. Pomsky: Pomeranian + Husky

The Pomsky is a very popular Pomeranian mix for all the right reasons. These canines look like tiny Huskies that never get big, thanks to their Pomeranian parent. They are, however, medium-sized and can grow up to 30 lbs.

As both parents have thick and fluffy coats, so is the offspring. Their coat colors are often in shades of white, gray, and black, which are typical for a Husky.

27. Pomkee: Pomeranian + Keeshond

Another hybrid dog, the Pom Kee combines the adorable features of the Keeshond and Pomeranian. They are spitz dogs, which means they look more like both parents. Their coat colors are in shades of red, brown, black, and tan. It is also often medium-length, soft and fluffy.

Pomkees are strong creatures. They are excellent in hunting and chasing small animals. Plus, they are powerful enough to pull sleds, which also makes them ideal in the snow and cold climate.

26. Pomerat: Pomeranian + Rat Terrier

An unusual crossbreed, the Pomerat takes on the looks of a Rat Terrier with their pointy ears and lean bodies but with a bit of a fluffy coat unique among Pomeranians. They are also small-sized and with a smooth-muscled body.

But never underestimate their build. They may have diminutive bodies but they are strong and fearless. Thus, they make great watch dogs and guard dogs for your home.

25. Maltipom: Maltese + Pomeranian

Maltipoms are tiny dogs that are a mixture of the Toy version of the Pomeranian and Maltese. They are small and fluffy with coats in shades of brown and tan. They are also quite fragile as their bodies have delicate muscles.

Even with their compact size, these dogs are courageous. They are always ready to protect their owners and quite suspicious of strangers. Early socialization is important to prevent aggression tendencies.

24. Pineranian: Mini Pinscher + Pomeranian

With both parents being small – Mini Pinscher and Pomeranian – we can only expect their offspring to be just as small. The Pineraian is roughly 10 lbs light and as short as 10 inches. They have a slightly fluffy coat but not as long as a purebred Pom.

Although they are small, these dogs are feisty and sassy. They can snap back when handled poorly, so they are not quite a good fit for young children.

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23. Pomston: Pomeranian + Boston Terrier

Coming from both lovable breeds, this Boston Terrier and Pomeranian mixed breed is a charmer in every single way. They are about 7 to 15 lbs light and with short coats. With this in mind, these dogs shed quite lightly. They are definitely a good fit for apartment dwellers.

Because of their inherent intelligence, the Pomston is an outstanding pet for first-time owners. They are a breeze to train and eager to please their owners. Families, couples, and folks with other pets will find this pooch a great addition to their homes.

22. Pomerke: Schipperke + Pomeranian

A hybrid pooch carrying the genes of the Pomeranian and the Schipperke, the Pomerke is a small canine. They have luxurious, long dark coats, often in shades of black or dark brown. This is why grooming can be a bit of a challenge for owners.

Pomerkes are fantastic companion dogs. They are loyal to their owners and have a passion for adventure. These pups are surely an amazing friend that is always ready to protect their favorite humans.

21. Weeranian: West Highland Terrier + Pomeranian

A wee little fluff ball, the Weeranian is a designer pooch that is a cross between the Pomeranian and the West Highland White Terrier. They are under 12 inches tall and weigh an average of 15 lbs. Their coats are usually white or tan, which is typical of a purebred Westie.

Although Poms shed heavily and Westies are hypoallergenic, Weeranians can vary depending on the more predominant parent gene. But one thing is certain – they are always loyal and sweet to their owners, making them a joy to have around.

20. Yoranian: Yorkshire Terrier + Pomeranian

Yoranians or Yorkie Poms are a cute mix of the Yorkshire Terrier and Pomeranian. They may be teeny tiny but they are surprisingly sturdy. These pocket-sized pooches grow anywhere between 5 and 10 lbs. 

While these dogs are sturdy, they still require careful handling. Rough housing is not ideal for this pup as it can get injured. This is why they are better off with couples or singles who have no overactive children around.

19. Pomanauze: Pomeranian + Miniature Schnauzer

A lively mix of the Pomeranian and Miniature Schnauzer gives us the Pomanauze. Their size varies and can weigh as light as 3 lbs when bred with a Toy Pom or 15 lbs. Their coats are often in shades of black, white, and grey just like a Miniature Schnauzer.

Do not be deceived by their small stature; these dogs are brave and with a tendency to become aggressive. They require early training to overcome aggression, otherwise they may end up snapping back at people. 

18. Papipom: Papillon + Pomeranian

Another adorable little Pom mix is the Papipom, the offspring of a Papillon and Pomeranian. They still sport that trademark butterfly ears that Papillons have, yet a little smaller like a Pom’s teddy bear-looking ears. Their coats come in multiple colors such as black, brown, and red.

They are fine-boned pooches, which means they are too fragile for high-energy children. But training these canines is easy, so they should be perfect for folks who have never owned a dog before.

17. Pomeagle: Pomeranian + Beagle

A spunky hybrid pooch that is part Beagle and part Pomeranian, the Pomeagle is a darling canine. They still have the same floppy ears as a Beagle’s except these dogs come in a smaller package as a Pomeranian. 

Their physical features vary. It all depends on the parent’s more dominant genes. But they possess both high-strung personalities of both the Pom and the Beagle, so daily exercise is a must for this tiny fellow.

16. Pomaweenie: Dachshund + Pomeranian

When you combine a Dachshund and a Pomeranian, you get a small, cuddlebug pooch fondly called a Pomaweenie. These canines inherit a Dachshund’s long and low body, stubby legs, but with a Pom’s fluffy coat.

These are outgoing creatures that love to be with humans and other animals. But they can be rather territorial, which explains their tendency to bark a lot. Firm training is a must to overcome this habit.

15. Bichoranian: Bichon Frise + Pomeranian 

A tiny and fluffy pooch, the Bichoranian is a hybrid mix of the Bichon Frise and the Pomeranian. Their appearance varies, depending on which parent’s features they adopt. But generally, they are always small and roughly under 10 lbs in weight.

Thanks to the Bichon’s calm nature, this Pomeranian mix is not much of a barker. They are mild-tempered and easy-going. But these dogs require some physical activity to prevent them from becoming overweight.

14. Pomshi: Pomeranian + Shiba Inu

A combination of the Pomeranian and Shiba Inu, this unique hybrid dog has a lot to offer to their owners. They have a Shiba’s pointy, fox-like ears and a Pom’s fluffy coat. As for their weight, they can be as light as 5 lbs or as heavy as 25 lbs. 

They are not exactly the perfect pooch for first-time owners. Pomshis can be stubborn like a Shiba, so they are better off with an experienced dog owner who can provide firm and consistent training.

13. Brusselranian: Brussels Griffon + Pomeranian

Still sporting the infamous monkey face of a Brussels Griffon with the fluffy coat of a Pomeranian, the Brusselranian is an adorable mini-mutt. They usually have darker coat colors in black, dark brown, and patches of tan or beige.

Brusselranians demand plenty of attention from their owners. They can be yappy, especially if they are alone in the house. Thus, they need owners who are constantly at home and can give them the attention they require.

12. La Pom: Lhasa Apso + Pomeranian

This densely-coated pooch is a fun mix between the Pomeranian and the Lhasa Apso. La Poms are usually 7 to 15 lbs and with a double coat. Because of their abundant fur, regular grooming is a necessity to keep their hair under control.

Unlike a purebred Pomeranian, La Poms are more laid-back and easy-going. They hardly ever bark, which makes them excellent apartment pets. Plus, they get along well with children, so this pooch should be fine with families.

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11. Pomimo: Pomeranian + American Eskimo

If you like a lap dog that has the looks of an American Eskimo and playfulness of a Pomeranian, then that’s what a Pomimo has to offer. This pooch is a fluffy fellow in various shades of brown, tan, and white. They are small to medium sized and can go anywhere between 10 and 16 lbs.

These dogs have the same, bright-eyed and cheery faces as an Eskimo with a Pom’s compact body. Perfect as a companion dog or as a lap dog, the Pomimo is a good choice for first-time owners

10. Pomchi: Pomeranian + Chihuahua

One of the smallest Pomeranian mixes, the Pom Chi is a combo of the Chihuahua and Pomeranian. They have apple-shaped heads and large eyes as a Chi and a fluffy coat as a Pom.

They are a bit of a bossy pooch, which is a tendency of the Chi. Yet, with early training this natural personality can be tweaked a little. These canines also need a more peaceful environment as chaos can cause them distress and anxiety.

9. Pom Silk: Silky Terrier + Pomeranian

True to its Silky Terrier’s heritage, the Pom Silk has a smooth and luxurious hypoallergenic coat. But it is a bit fluffier than a purebred, which this pooch takes after its Pom parent. Shedding still happens but not as much.

Pom Silks are generally easy to train. They are smart dogs that pick up tricks easily. This is why they can be a joy in the home when they perform their silly antics that are sure to make you smile!

8. Cairnarian: Cairn Terrier + Pomeranian

Cairnarians are small but robust Pomeranian mixes. They are a hybrid pooch with the Pom and Cairn Terrier’s genes. As for their looks, they inherit a Pom’s dense and fluffy coat and colors but a Cairn’s tall ears.

If you have kids around, Cairnarian should be a good match for them. They can tolerate kids’ energy levels as these dogs are usually quite favorable and pleasant. However, rough-housing should be avoided for their rather fragile 11-pounder bodies.

7. Cavapom: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel + Pomeranian

A pooch always sporting a sweet smile on its face, the Cavapom is a natural charmer. They are small and fragile, yet they can be hardy at the same time. These dogs often have the Cavalier’s trademark colors such as brown, white, and red.

It is important to take note of the Cavapom’s tendency to chase small creatures. Thus, they need to be in a fenced yard to prevent them from wandering about the neighborhood and getting lost.

6. Pom Shepherd: Pomeranian + German Shepherd

A rare Pomeranian mix, the Pom Shepherd is just what the name implies – a mix of the German Shepherd and Pomeranian. They are small dogs weighing under 15 lbs on average. As for their coat, it can be beige, tan, white, or dark brown.

With early training, Pom Shepherds are a delightful companion in the home. They also respond well to positive reinforcement, so be sure to give them plenty of praises for a job well done.

5. Toy Pom Terrier: Toy Fox Terrier + Pomeranian

At first glance, Toy Pom Terriers appear as a squishy plush toy with its fluffy and soft coat and pudgy body. Their ears are upright and they have dark, round eyes that always have that familiar alert expression. 

But just like with any tiny canine, the Toy Pom Terrier may have a small dog syndrome. So, they need to be trained at an early age to prevent constant barking, aloofness, and aggression.

4. Pompoo: Pomeranian + Poodle

A sweet and gentle Pomeranian mix, the Pompoo is half-Poodle, half-Pomeranian. They are usually small and bred with the Toy Poodle and Toy Pomeranian. Typical with all Poodles, this cutie has curly hair that does not shed as much.

These pups are always eager to please. They can be trained easily, too. Hence, they should be able to do well with strangers and young children when better introduced to them.

3. Pom Coton: Coton de Tulear + Pomeranian

A popular and well-loved Pom mix, we have the adorable Pom Coton. This pooch may be relatively new to the hybrid dogdom but they are becoming quite well-known. These dogs have the same cotton-like coat as a purebred Coton de Tulear but fluffier as a Pomeranian.

With their high intelligence and trainability, it is easy for first-timers to deal with these pooches. They are also quite friendly and sociable, making them amazing companion dogs.

2. Shiranian: Shih Tzu + Pomeranian

A contrasting mix, the low-energy Shih Tzu combined with a high-strung Pomeranian gives us a mellow, yet playful Shiranian. They are small pooches in a compact 4- to 15-pound package. Their coats are abundant and fluffy, yet hypoallergenic.

Overall, these are quiet and well-mannered dogs. They get along well with the family and hardly ever bark. Thus, they should be excellent as apartment pets, as well.

1. Peek-A-Pom: Pekingese + Pomeranian

And then we have the Peek-A-Pom, a fun mix between the hypoallergenic Pekingese and the tiny Pomeranian. They are not a huge fan of physical activity, although exercise is important to prevent obesity. These dogs usually weigh 4 to 15 lbs and 11 inches tall. 

Considering their fragile bodies, they are not suitable to be around hyperactive young children. They are more suited for homes with seniors or couples who can handle these dogs more carefully.

Related Questions

How Big Does A Pomeranian Mix Get? Pomeranian mixes vary in size and shape. There are those who can go as big as 18 inches tall like a Pomsky or under 10 inches short like a Pom Chi. Their size depends largely on the more dominant features of their parents.

How Long Do Pomeranian Mixes Live? Since mixed breeds have a higher chance of not inheriting a purebred’s common ailments, Pomeranian mixes tend to live longer, up to 15 years. But do keep in mind that a healthy diet, lifestyle and exercise still contribute to a Pomeranian mix’s lifespan.

Do Pomeranian Mixes Shed? Yes, the level of shedding varies among the Pomeranian mixes. Some mixes shed heavily such as a Pomsky or Pomshie while others shed only slightly such as the Pompoo, Shiranian, and Pom Silk, to name a few.

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