Pomapoo Dog Breed Health, Temperament, Training, Feeding and Grooming

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  • Height: 8-10 inches
  • Weight: 5-15 lb
  • Lifespan: 12-14 years
  • Group: Not Applicable

Pomapoo Basics

Designer dogs can be sought after for many reasons. People are looking for a perfect dog that blends the best of both their favorite breeds. The Pomapoo is the ideal breed for this. The Pomapoo is a small-breed breed that has both the love and intelligence of a Pomeranian. The Pomapoo is the perfect combination of both these breeds in one adorable pup. The designer dog is loved for its affectionate and loving nature and its small stature and large personality. These tiny dogs combine the best characteristics of the Pomeranian, Toy Poodle, and Pomeranian breeds. This breed is not standardized because it is a mix of breeds. These mixes can have wildly different looks and behaviors. This is all part of their charm. Every Pomapoo is different! Your dog is unique, and no one else will have it. This might seem like an attractive incentive for some owners.

Pomapoos are both sweet and spunky and make great companions for singles or retirees. They love being the center of attention and are not overly demanding when it comes time to engage in activities. They can be great family pets if they are socialized well and behave respectfully with their children. These dogs need gentle handling. Are you curious to learn if the Pomeranian and Poodle mix dog are right for your family? Continue reading to find out everything you need to know about these dogs. You’ll be able to decide if this is the right dog for you after reading this article. Keep your eyes on this page, and then scroll down.

The designer dog is loved for his loving, affectionate nature.


It is not known where the Pomapoo breed originated. The Pomapoo breed is a mixed breed that has existed for many years. Unfortunately, there isn’t any documented information about the origins of designer dogs. There have probably been many Pomeranian, and Poodle mixes in history. However, until the rise of designer dogs, no one considered them to be a new breed. These purebred mixes have seen a rise in popularity over the past two decades. This has led to an increase in Pomapoos. Although no one claims to have started breeding Pomeranians to Poodles in the first place, there is no way to know for sure. Although unfortunately, no one can claim ownership of these wonderful dogs, they are still available for us all to enjoy.


Pomapoos are a 50/50 mixture of purebred Pomeranian Pomeranian dogs and purebred Toy Poodles. Multigenerational crossbreeding makes it possible for a Pomapoo to contain more or less of each parent breed. Many breeders choose to end the initial crossing to preserve genetic diversity and make the most of the Pomapoos already existing as first-generation mixes. First-generation mixes can be unpredictable, as we have already mentioned. If you are looking for a Pomapoo that is more predictable in appearance and disposition, look for a breeder who offers second-generation Pomapoos. Although they can be difficult to find, these breeders are available!

Despite his purebred lineage, the Pomapoo is not recognized by the American Kennel Club, as it is still considered a mixed breed. Their puppies are therefore not eligible to register and receive official pedigree papers. This is true for almost all types of designer dogs.


All dogs require the same nutritional requirements at first glance. Dogs are omnivores. Their bodies need a balanced diet that includes meat-based protein, healthy fats, complex carbs, and other nutrients. Each of the many dog breeds has unique characteristics that must be considered before choosing their food. High-quality dry food is best for the small Pomapoo. Small-breed formulas provide the best nutrition for small dogs with high activity levels and sizes. You should also ensure that your dog is eating the right kibble for his age. Senior Pomapoos will have different needs than a puppy or an adult. Although these details may seem obvious, many dog owners neglect to consider them.

Pomapoos are small breed dogs and are prone to obesity and plaque buildup. You should avoid giving them wet food. They can not only be fattening but can also lead to dental health problems and increase your pet’s risk of early tooth loss. You should also make sure that your Pomapoo doesn’t eat too many foods. Although they are small, their appetites are not. Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations and don’t give them any food other than what they need.

It is always a good idea to consult a veterinarian before making any changes or choices in your dog’s food. Although pet blogs and dog food manufacturers offer useful guidelines for feeding your dog, they should not be considered gospel. Every dog is unique, and each one has its own needs. This holds for choosing the diet of your dog. Your vet will be able to advise you on the best diet for your pup. Always consult your vet first. This will make all the difference in choosing the right food for your dog.

Pomapoos are intelligent and respond well to training because they have Poodle blood.


Pomapoos are intelligent and respond well to training because they have Poodle blood. Pomapoos should be socialized and trained early on. It is important to start training puppies as soon as they are able. They are most open to learning when they’re young. It is important to start socialization and to train your dog before exhibiting negative behavior that can be very difficult to overcome later. Positive reinforcement training is a good option for this dog, starting at eight weeks old. Once you have established a routine for training, your dog will quickly learn. If you wait too long to start training, your Pomapoo could develop small dog syndrome. He may become stubborn and headstrong. This is not a joke. Avoid this behavior at all costs. Positive reinforcement and reward-based training methods are important. Anything less than that is more likely to be misused than training, and it will not produce the desired result.


At maturity, the Pomapoo is between 8-10 inches tall at its shoulder and between 5-15 pounds. The breed’s size varies depending upon the size of the dogs that crossed them. It all comes down to the genes.


The Pomapoo is a hybrid breed that combines the best of both parent breeds. Pomapoos are generally friendly and affectionate, but some Pomeranian-like traits may be present. It is difficult to predict. Each Pomapoo pup is unique, even siblings from the same litter. They can be outgoing, friendly, and eager to meet new people. This dog is generally not aggressive with other dogs. However, it is important to socialize the puppy early so that they are comfortable around other dogs. It is important not to waste the puppy’s early, impressionable years. To be a good pet dog, they must be socialized and trained as soon as possible.

Common Health Problems

The Pomapoo is a cross between two purebred dog breeds. It tends to have fewer health issues than the parent breeds. This breed can develop certain health issues, as with all dogs. The Pomapoo can be susceptible to tracheal collapse and epilepsy as well as patellar luxation and tracheal collapse. Pomapoos can also develop excessive eye discharge, which can cause staining around the eyes. It is important to have regular check-ups with your veterinarian, especially as your pet ages. This will ensure that any health problems are caught early.

Life Expectancy

Pomapoos live between 12-14 years on average.

Exercise Requirements

Pomapoos do not require much exercise, and they can be adapted to their owner’s schedule. Although they do need to be exercised daily, most of their exercise can be achieved through active play. This is why the Pomeranian/Poodle mix dog is so beloved by seniors and apartment dwellers. They are energetic and lively, but they aren’t too demanding for those who aren’t very active or don’t have the time to exercise their dog daily.

Pomapoos are generally friendly and affectionate by their nature. However, some pomas may show more Pomeranian-like tendencies or be reserved around strangers.


Because the Pomapoo is technically a mix of two pure breeds, it is not an AKC-recognized breed. The American Canine Hybrid Club and the Designer Dogs Kennel Club recognized this breed.


The Pomapoo’s hair may look slightly different depending on the breed. These dogs have short to medium-length soft fur, which can be straight or wavy. The color of the hair depends on the breed and can be solid-colored or multicolored with different shades of brown, white, and black.


Pomapoos generally have between 4-6 puppies in their litters. Pomapoo puppies can be very small from birth, so it is important to take extra care when handling them. It is crucial to begin socialization and to train your Pomapoo from an early age. This will help prevent them from developing problem behavior. It is easy to let these puppies be adorable and not train them. Do not do this. You’ll be a little terror if your Pomapoo gets small dog syndrome. That is something that no one wants. Be careful.

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