Common Pomeranian Mixed Breeds

by Rosie Allan

The term mixed breed does not mean what it used to. Mixed breeds in the past were just a nice way to say mutt. But today, mostly because of celebrity demand, super small dogs with ideal qualities are more popular than ever. The idea is to pair two purebred dogs and breed a dog that possesses the best qualities of both. Pomeranians are ideal for this purpose because they are small and already very popular. These designer mixed breed dogs seem only to be done with the very small breeds such as toys or miniatures.

One good example of a designer dog is the Pomapoo. The Pomapoo is a toy Pomeranian bred with either a toy or miniature Poodle. The desired result is a well-mannered, kid loving tiny dog with incredible good looks. The Poodle brings the manners while the Pomeranian brings the beauty. A lot of work goes into this specialized type of breeding, sometimes with not so good results.

There are many things to remember when you are looking for Pomeranian mixed breeds. You want to be sure that you are looking at the size and shape of the dogs that you want to use, because it is important to create Pomeranian mixed breeds with another dog that is about the same size.

A dog that is too big for your Pomeranian might actually hurt it, so you have to be sure that you are choosing dogs that are the right size. The dog that is most often used as Pomeranian mixed breeds is a Pug. This is because the Pug is the right shape and size for the Pomeranian.

Other popular mixed breeds include the Shih Pom, the mix of Shih Tzu and a Pomeranian or a Pomchi, the mix of a Chihuahua and a Pomeranian. And then there is the Brusselranian, which is the breeding between a Brussels Griffon and a Pomeranian.

There are several things to think about when you are looking at a Pomeranian mix. The first thing is that most of the mixed breeds that use Pomeranians are going to resemble the Pomeranian. This is because the color and shape of the Pomeranian is most likely to be dominant in the new breed of dog.

One of the physical characteristics in a Pomeranian mixed breed that usually comes through from the other dog is the shape of the face. For example, when a Pomeranian is mixed with a Pug the face and nose structure of these dogs is going to resemble the Pug.

Because these dogs are not purebreds they are not recognized by the American Kennel Club and are not allowed to compete in club sanctioned dog shows. But these new mixed breeds, commonly known as hybrids, can be recognized by the American Canine Hybrid club if bred correctly.

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