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Pomchi Puppies

Author Happy Doggo
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Nov 16 ·

Also known as the Pomahuahua, Chimeranian, or Chipom, the Pomchi is the lovable lap-dog mix of a Pomeranian and a Chihuahua. This hybrid has gained lots of popularity since the designer dog craze of the late 1990s and early 2000s. If you love small dogs, you may have wondered if a Pomchi would be right for you. We have an extensive Pomchi puppies guide to help you in your process.

Where To Get Pomchi Puppies

Since Pomchis are a mixed breed dog, they’re more likely to show up in unsafe breeding operations. These include backyard breeding operations and puppy mills. It’s very important to do your research on a responsible Pomchi breeder before committing. While you might want to rescue a puppy from a backyard breeder or puppy mill, your money will be better spent going towards someone who cares about the health of their dogs and the Pomchi bloodline. Pomchi_love…

Even though the Pomchi isn’t recognized by the American Kennel Club, there are other similar organizations who certify responsible breeders of hybrid dog breeds. These include the American Canine Hybrid Club, the Dog Registry of America, and the International Designer Dog Registry. A certification from one of these organizations is usually a good sign you’ve found a responsible Pomchi breeder.

If you’re unsure you want a puppy, rescuing or fostering a Pomchi may be a great option for you! While there might not be Pomchi-specific rescue organizations, they do often show up in Pomeranian or Chihuahua rescues. One may even show up at your local animal shelter. While rescuing has many upsides, there are a couple of downsides. For one, a rescue or shelter is less likely to have a puppy than a breeder would. In addition, the rescue or shelter may not have complete health or breeding information for a specific dog.

Whether you go the breeder route or the rescue route, make sure to do your research before choosing your Pomchi puppy. Honey…

The Cost

Depending on a few factors, including pedigree, a Pomchi puppy can be relatively inexpensive or fairly expensive. Since this is a popular hybrid, a few may be on the more expensive side. On average, a Pomchi puppy from a responsible breeder can cost between $500 and $1500. Usually, a higher price for a puppy is a good sign, but this is not always the case. This is why it’s especially important to do your research on a particular breeder. If a price for a Pomchi puppy seems too good to be true, it probably is.


Pomchis, like their parent breeds, have some variety in coat color. They can either be solid-colored or have a mix of multiple Pomeranian or Chihuahua colors. Pomchi colors include sable, brown, blue and tan, black and tan, and cream. Like both their parent breeds, a Pomchi will have pointy ears.

Though there is some variety in size, Pomchis will usually stay very small. Most are 6-10 inches tall at the shoulder. They’ll usually weigh only 4 to 12 pounds. Milo…


Pomchis are devoted and loyal to their packs. Like Chihuahuas, they may find one to two favorite people in their families and stick to them. Generally, though they play well with kids, they do best with children who are used to dogs or older. Since they’re small, a Pomchi could easily get hurt while playing with an overexcited kid. Supervise any interaction between kids and your dog. Teaching kids to play gently with your Pomchi is also a good idea. Pomchis can get used to other animals in the house if introduced slowly and socialized properly. This is a breed that needs early socialization with lots of different types of people. Without it, they can become over-vigilant, protective, and yappy.

A Pomchi will have moderate energy and exercise needs. They can also be very playful. A daily walk for a half-hour to an hour should help them burn off their energy. While they do all right with some alone time, you still shouldn’t leave them alone for too long.

Since they have some intelligence, training a Pomchi should be easy. Without proper training, a Pomchi can be vocal and mouthy. As with any puppy, use patience and positive reinforcement in training. Dixsept…

Pomchi Puppies – Veterinary Needs

A Pomchi can inherit any number of health conditions from their parent breeds. These include cataracts, hypothyroidism, progressive retinal atrophy, epilepsy, and dental or gum disease. A responsible Pomchi breeder will screen for these health issues. However, it’s still a good idea to keep an eye out for symptoms of these conditions. Regular vet visits should help with detection, diagnosis, and treatment.

After bringing home your Pomchi puppy, you’ll want to schedule vet visits every three weeks until they’re a few months old. At these appointments, your vet will be able to see if your Pomchi is growing up happy and healthy. In addition, this is where they’ll administer a series of important puppy vaccinations. Along with an optional vaccine for Bordetella, these include shots for parvovirus, distemper, and rabies. Learn more by reading our puppy vaccine schedule. Mrwinston…


Since Pomchis have the potential to gain weight, it’s important to keep them to a feeding schedule and limit treat consumption. To properly support their energy, try feeding them multiple small meals throughout the day instead of one to two large ones. Don’t leave their food out all day.

You’ll want to choose a high-quality food or recipe specifically for small or toy-breed dogs. Home-cooking a Pomchi’s meals may help you control the ingredients they consume. Although raw and grain-free pet diets have gained popularity in recent years, there are risks associated with both. Make sure one is the right choice for your Pomchi before committing.

As with any dog, you’ll want to take your Pomchi’s health, weight, and age into account before selecting a food. Your vet or a certified pet nutritionist should be able to help you with this process. Chewbydoodoo…


Pomchis, like their Pomeranian parents, have long and fluffy double coats. They’re not the best choice for allergy sufferers, since they will shed. Pomchis will need brushing at least once a week, first using a comb and then a small slicker brush. Check them regularly for mats and tangles, especially on their bellies, under their tails, in their armpits, and behind their ears. Since they have longer coats, they will most likely need regular grooming appointments for haircuts and brush-outs.

Even with their long coats, a Pomchi’s small size means they’re not great at regulating their own body temperature in the cold. Invest in a coat and booties for winter.

Check your Pomchi’s ears regularly and clean them when needed. Since small breeds are prone to dental and gum disease, daily tooth brushing with a dog-specific toothbrush and toothpaste is necessary. Trim their nails every two weeks or so.

Pomchi Puppies – Photos


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You now have the complete insight into Pomchi puppies.

Author Happy Doggo
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