The Pomapoo is a hybrid breed that is developed by crossing a Pomeranian and a Poodle. The breed’s appearance can vary, but there are features that are common. It is a smaller than average breed with prominent facial features. It has “v” shaped ears that are medium size. The torso is longer than the breed is tall. The neck is short in comparison and angles to its straight back. The coat on this breed may be straight or have some curls. The coat may also have very little length or it may be medium length and coarse.
This breed’s temperament varies because it is a hybrid, but its parents are similar in temperament. Treat the Pomapoo with love and respect and you will have a companion for life. It is a highly sociable breed that enjoys being in the company of its family. It can be stubborn, but typically seeks to please its owner. Its playful nature makes it a hit with children. It is recommended that this breed interact with children that are school age. The Pomapoo is an effective watchdog.
Height and Weight
The Pomapoo is about 8-12 inches tall and weighs 3-14 pounds.
Health problems don’t typically plague hybrid breeds as much as pure breeds. In addition, these breeds have not existed long enough for such a trend to be determined. The Pomapoo is basically a healthy breed.
Ideal Living Conditions
The Pomapoo should adapt to most environments. In general, it is a hybrid breed that is more suitable for indoor living conditions.
Exercise is good for the Pomapoo. It is an energetic breed. This breed tends to spend most of its time indoors, but is will usually remain active. It will appreciate the companionship with its owner on a long walk.
The average life expectancy of the Pomapoo is not something that can be determined at this time.
The average litter size of the Pomapoo is 6 puppies.
The grooming that is required to keep the Pomapoo well maintained depends on the type of coat. Types with a straight, coarse coat require only minimal brushing. If the coat is curly, it will need brushing, trimming, and occasional washing.
The Pomapoo originates from the United States.
The coat of the Pomapoo may be any color. The coat is usually a color in the light brown family.