Our F4 Pomsky “Bear Cub” litter is so squishably adorable! These tiny cubs are getting so much personality! Check out this quick video of them:
Wee Paddongton might be the smallest but he can bark and growl like he’s the toughest kid on the block, and then he will give lots of kisses! Miss Harmony is fearless and loves to explore but she adores people and can’t stop wagging her tail, jumping in laps and giving endless face kisses. Miss Winnie is just as sweet as her sister and also adores people, giving kisses, and barking to let you know she would like more attention. Kodiak is bold and a happy guy – he loves coming up to say hi and give kisses. Boo Boo is a bit shy at first but when he warms up, he’s a barking little sass monkey who will cuddle with you and give kisses. Baloo is a cool guy who isn’t bothered by much – he’s happy to chill or just hang out any sleep.
All pups appear to have mostly blue eyes. Boo Boo and Paddington might have some green/hazel parti-eye action going on in one of their eyes.
Our Wait List will get to start selecting these puppies NEXT WEEK! 😱💕🐾
Weekly weigh-ins for these tiny pups:
- Paddington – 2 lbs 0.9 oz, charting 12-17 pounds
- Harmony – 2 lbs 6.7 oz, charting 14-19 pounds
- Boo Boo – 2 lbs 3.8 oz, charting 13-18 pounds
- Winnie – 2 lbs 5.6 oz, charting 14-19 pounds
- Kodiak – 2 lbs 10.2 oz, charting 16-21 pounds
- Baloo – 2 lbs 7.4 oz, charting 15-20 pounds
Our F3 Pomsky “Charcuterie” litter is now 3 weeks old! They all appear to have blue eyes and are bobbling around their pen, playing with each other and becoming more interactive.
These pups are sooo chubby adorable! Brie is our smallest pup from the litter and being the only girl, she owns RBF… Resting Brie Face 🤣
- Chorizo – 3 lbs 8.5 oz
- Brie – 2 lbs 7.3 oz
- Ollie Olive – 3 lbs 2.1 oz
- Cashmoo/Cashew – 3 lbs 8.5 oz
No one said breeding dogs was easy or fair… Tallulah went in for her progesterone test today and came out with moderate luxating patellae. Our repro vet hasn’t seen her in 8 months since her rabies vaccination so this was news to all of us. My vet said that she should absolutley not be bred and will most likely have arthritis early in her life.
So Miss Tallulah will be spayed, and she will live a wonderful life helping us raise future litters of Pomskies as auntie Tallulah.
We are so saddened to not see any little peanuts from our Teeny Tallulah Tumbleweed, but again, this is why we want to ensure that you get the absolute best and healthiest pups as possible. Because sooo many breeders will quickly take your $$$$ for an adorable pup like Tallulah who will now need serious pain management care earlier in her life than most dogs.
So, with some bad news today, let’s focus on a more hopeful future. We will be adding Harmony to our breeding program! Her and Jubilee are already playing together and we can’t wait to watch the two girls grow up together.
Thank you for joining our pack through all of our ups and downs!