We were a little late posting these but definitely worth the wait! These gorgeous pups have changed so much in a week. All of them appear to have mostly double blue eyes except gorgeous little Nala who has bi-eyes (one brown, one blue). Timon is still the smallest and will likely continue to be. All of the pups are extra cuddly. Nala and Sarabi are both super sweet and laid back (Sarabi reminds me so much of Nova!) Timon, Simba and Zazu are so chill and laid back. Moofasa loves to give kisses but he is also bold and confident (when he’s not sleepy). Pumbaa seems to find the world to be a very big and scary place and would rather hide in your neck.
More photos on our Puppy page.
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We love the pictures of the new puppies!
We sent an email last week with our information and would like to know if you have received it and what’s the next step is.
Look forward to hearing from you and thank you for your time,
Sergei and Kristina
Hi Sergei and Kristina, thank you for your comment. I sent you a reply via Facebook Messenger. Cheers! Christina
Thanks for this update. How much is Timon, Pumba, and Mufasa? I mean not for all 3, but the price of each one😊
Hi Sam, thank you for your comment. These pups will be selected by members of our Wait List. You can find information about our Wait List, how to apply for puppies, our guarantees and approximate costs on our page here: ontariopomskypuppies.com/puppy-adoption/ Best wishes, Christina
How much is Timon. I am looking for the smallest Pomsky I can find. So cute. Lots of love for a furry friend
Hi Joanne, thank you for your comment. These pups will be selected by members of our Wait List. You can find information about our Wait List, how to apply for puppies, our guarantees and approximate costs on our page here: ontariopomskypuppies.com/puppy-adoption/ Timon would be in our premium price range as he is expected to stay under 15 pounds mature. Best wishes, Christina