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Age
14 Weeks
Birth Date
10-19-2022
Color
Tan
Reference ID
28975

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The Pomapoo is a special dog breed made with the crossing of Poodles and Pomeranians. The adorable teddy bear-like appearance of a Pomapoo, combined with its intelligence and loyalty, makes it a favored breed by people all over the world. Discover more about our Pomapoo puppies for sale below!

The popularity of the Pomapoo rose in the 90s when the demand for designer dogs heightened. Prior to this popularity, no dog breeder has officially claimed to be the mastermind behind crossing Poodles and Pomeranians.

Despite being originated from purebred dogs, the Pomapoo is yet to be officially recognized as a dog breed by the AKC (American Kennel Club). Though the Pomapoo is supposed to be a 50-50 percent combination of a purebred Poodle and Pomeranian, over the years some Pomapoos have more than 50 percent of one breed in its genetic makeup. Most breeders, however, chose to stop the crossing after the first generation to keep the Pomapoo with an even percentage.

As a crossbreed, the Pomapoo possesses characteristics of both a Poodle and a Pomeranian. They are generally friendly and affectionate towards people. Though their Pomeranian side might make them quiet around strangers, they are not aggressive hence may not make the best guard dogs.

Pomapoos are open to living with other dogs and early socialization can also make them open to cohabiting with other animals. They are also easy to train because they have an eagerness to please their owners.

The Pomapoo is a little dog that craves human contact. The best place for this dog breed is a home with a large backyard. While you can let them out to play frequently, they can’t be kept outdoors. Because the Pomapoos are very small dogs, they don’t occupy much space in a house.

You can give them a corner in your living room or bedroom. They also enjoy playing around in a big yard. One of the characteristics of a Pomapoo is adaptability hence they can easily fit into your home and lifestyle.

The Pomapoo, just like every other dog, requires regular exercise. Fortunately, it does not take much effort to keep them fit. They mostly require a walk daily to remain fit. Any other exercise requirements can be fulfilled while playing with them.

Pomapoos are more than happy to follow behind you in the home while you carry out your daily activities. The fact that they don’t require too much exercise makes them perfect for busy and elderly people.

A Pomapoo requires moderate grooming to look good. If the Pomapoo has a silky coat, a good brushing down once a month is required. If the Pomapoo has a curly coat, then daily brushing is needed. His teeth should be brushed daily with a soft toothbrush and a doggy toothpaste. Monthly bathing is also necessary to keep the Pomapoo clean enough for the house.

Our Pomapoo puppies for sale come from either USDA licensed commercial breeders or hobby breeders with no more than 5 breeding mothers. USDA licensed commercial breeders account for less than 20% of all breeders in the country.

The unregulated breeders who are selling outside of the USDA regulations and without a license are what we consider to be “Puppy Mills.” We are committed to offering Pomapoo puppies who will grow up to become important members of your family. We only purchase puppies from the very best sources, and we stand behind every puppy we sell.

Adopted Pomapoo's

  • Pomapoo-Dog-Male-Blue Merle-3937491-Petland Kennesaw, Georgia
    Adopted

    Male - Ref ID: 28971

    Pomapoo

  • Pomapoo-Dog-Male-Brown-3777688-Petland Kennesaw, Georgia
    Adopted

    Male - Ref ID: 28449

    Pomapoo

  • Pomapoo-DOG-Male-Brown-3777688-Petland Kennesaw, Georgia
    Adopted

    Male - Ref ID: 28449

    Pomapoo

  • Pomapoo-DOG-Male-Chocolate-3152832-Petland Kennesaw, Georgia
    Adopted

    Male - Ref ID: 26729

    Pomapoo

  • Pomapoo-DOG-Female-Brindle-3055823-Petland Kennesaw, Georgia
    Adopted

    Female - Ref ID: 26517

    Pomapoo

  • Pomapoo-DOG-Male-Cream-2782287-Petland Kennesaw, Georgia
    Adopted

    Male - Ref ID: 25721

    Pomapoo

  • Pomapoo-DOG-Male-Red Sable-2534364-Petland Kennesaw, Georgia
    Adopted

    Male - Ref ID: 24638

    Pomapoo

  • Pomapoo-DOG-Female-Sable-2404280-Petland Kennesaw, Georgia
    Adopted

    Female - Ref ID: 24228

    Pomapoo

  • Pomapoo-DOG-Female-Black-2233745-Petland Kennesaw, Georgia
    Adopted

    Female - Ref ID: 23439

    Pomapoo

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