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Pawfect Facts About The Pomapoo Dog Kids Will Love

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Pomapoo is also a Toy Poodle mixed dog breed which is a mixed breed of two small dogs yet some of the cutest ones, Pomeranian and Toy Poodles. This dog breed is like a teddy bear, a very furry designer dog. Pomapoo dogs got their name from a mix of their Poodle and Pomeranian parent names. They are also called Pooranian, Pompoo, and Pomeroodle. The two parent breeds of the Pomapoo dog have very good quality coats. Most of the time, the Pomapoo coat is generally brown, black, white, red, fawn, and sable colors.

The mixed breed is mostly done between the best two parent breeds of the dogs which define the future of the offspring. Sometimes, due to the mixed nature, the Pomapoo dog might be super friendly which is a characteristic trait of the Poodle rather than the more reserved nature of the Pomeranian. The Pomapoo breed is smart and a quick learner and their activity level is usually moderate or adaptable to their lifestyle. These dog breeds always need a nice playtime which includes a regular walk and some games. These dogs mostly weigh in a range of 5-10 lb. The Pomapoo breed are very good dogs to have in a house with older children and generally, they are very easy to train and maintain, so are good family dogs. They only need a lot of love, affection, and care. Read all about Pomapoos here, and visit Border Collie Lab Mix facts and MiKi dog facts for more.

Pomapoo

Fact File

What do they prey on?

Dog food

What do they eat?

Carnivore

Average litter size?

4-6 puppies

How much do they weigh?

5-15 lb

How long are they?

8 in


How tall are they?

8-10 in


What do they look like?

Brown, black, white, red, fawn, and sable

Skin Type

Coat

What are their main threats?

Other animals

What is their conservation status?

Least Concern

Where you'll find them

Pet shop and Pomapoo breeder

Locations

N/A

Kingdom

Animalia

Class

Mammal

Scientific Name

Canus lupus arcticus

Family

Canidae

Genus

Canis

Pomapoo Interesting Facts

What type of animal is a Pomapoo?

Pomapoo is a type of designer dog and a small dog which is mixed breed of Toy Poodle and Pomeranian.

What class of animal does a Pomapoo belong to?

As with other dog breeds, Pomapoos come under the class of mammals because they give direct birth to their young ones.

How many Pomapoos are there in the world?

There is no exact number of how many Pomapoos are available in the world right now but one thing is sure, being a mixed breed dog of Pomeranians and Poodles there won't be a shortage of Pomapoo dogs because the number of parent breeds is steady and they are both popularly loved dog breeds.

Where does a Pomapoo live?

These mixed breeds are wholly and solely meant for being a pet which means they live surrounded by humans. They have a great companionship nature. The only thing to take care of while owning or adopting a Pomapoo dog is that you have to look after small children in the house because sometimes the Pomapoos may become cranky towards smaller kids.

What is a Pomapoo habitat?

Generally, like other mixed-breed dogs, the Pomapoos are very similar to their parent breeds in nature and in everything even when we are talking about habitat. Like both Pomeranian and Toy Poodles breeds, Pomapoos are usually found with humans as a pet of someone. Pomapoo puppies live in households with lots of love affection and care.

Who do Pomapoos live with?

These small dogs usually live with other animal same of their kind and also most of the other animals should live with other animals only in their natural habitat but in case of small dog like pomapoo they also preferred to live with humans beings.

How long does a Pomapoo live?

The average life expectancy of a Pomapoo mixed breed dog usually ranges between 12-14 years, as compared to the average lifespan of a healthy dog which is between 11-15 years.

How do they reproduce?

Pomapoos reproduce by mating, like other dogs. It's all about finding the right partner in the right time for mating, i.e. when they have reached the appropriate age and the female is on her heat cycle. Also, in the case of a mix breed dogs like the Pomapoo dogs, both the parents must be in a healthy state of life otherwise it is going to alter the resultant offspring.

What is their conservation status?

The conservation status of Pomapoo dogs is Least Concern as there is no such danger to this dog breed. These small-sized dogs do not have a main predator and both the standard Poodle and Pomeranian parents are not threatened either.

Pomapoo Fun Facts

What do Pomapoos look like?

Pomapoo or Pomeranian Poodle mix generally has characteristics of both parent breeds. They look like a cross between a Pomeranian and Toy Poodle dog but can vary in each dog. They certainly look like a small little designer dog. In size they mostly very tiny. In terms of their general look, Pomapoo have floppy ears and the color of the Pomapoo coat is usually tan or coffee, but this can vary, and it is also very shiny and lustrous to feel.

Toy Poodle is one of the parent breeds of the Pomapoo dogs.

How cute are they?

It is generally agreed that Pomapoos are adorable. Poodles are cute, and so are Pomeranians so undoubtedly their offspring will be too! With their small size, beady little eyes, and soft furry coats, it would be impossible not to cuddle the Pomeranian Toy Poodle mix. Add to that the breed characteristics of being happy, loyal, and eager to please, it is safe to say, yes they are cute.

How do they communicate?

Dogs have the cutest and most fun way of communicating whether it is with humans or with their own other buddies. The Pomapoo will bark to get your attention, like other dogs. Once you've developed a bond, dogs communicate in a very simple way like if they wanted food they'll give you signals or go to their bowl where you serve them food. Similarly, it is also a critical part of their training how you actually treat and train your dogs as this defines how they might behave, because these behavioral patterns are type of communications.

How big is a Pomapoo?

The size of these little dogs is totally dependent on the Pomeranian and Toy Poodle which were their parent and whose which gene pool was strong. Seeing as their parent breed Pomeranians are about 6-7 in tall and Toy Poodles are 10 in, the offspring Pomapoo height is around 8-10 in tall. Your Pomapoo will be fully grown after 12 months.

How fast can a Pomapoo run?

Pomapoo can run at a good pace. Due to the their parent mix, they have the quality of both and in most cases, the Pomeranians are good with running. Poodles are good too but it depends on the training because training is what makes them strong which helps in running and taking daily walks making them a lot more enthusiastic and energetic. Pomapoos love to play during walks.

How much does a Pompapoo weigh?

These small size cute bundles of fur weigh nothing much when they are Pomapoo puppies and don't even weigh too much once grown to around 8-9 years old. Weight partly depends on what you are giving your dogs to eat. If you are feeding them too much without any kind of training, just eating and sitting then your dog may weigh more. When the Pomapoo health is properly taken care of, these dogs weigh around 10-12 lb.

What are their male and female names of the species?

There are no specific names for the male and female species of Pomapoo dogs.

What would you call a baby Pomapoo?

There are no specific names for the baby Pomapoo aside from being called a puppy or Pomapoo puppy. Sometimes they are called lap dogs because their size is small and they can easily be kept in your lap.

What do they eat?

As Pomapoos are small dogs, they should be given portions of food according to their size. The size of the dog plays an important role in their diet the diet plan changes with course of time. Pomapoos require food for a small dog with medium energy levels. In this plan, one cup of dog food spread out throughout the day is the most obvious choice. You should consult a vet to create a diet plan to prevent them from overeating and gaining too much weight.

Are they slobbery?

In comparison to other dogs, Pomapoos are not a very slobbery kind of dog, although sometimes it depends on their mood.

Would they make a good pet?

Pomapoo dogs have a lot of great qualities and if you are getting a Pomapoo into the family, this mixed breed dog will fit in the family very easily. They are loyal, loving, and intelligent if given the same in exchange. There's only one thing that needs to be taken into consideration while having Pomapoo dogs which is that these animals don't go easily with small children around them as they are already too small and like attention so the Pomapoo temperament is not so good with them. Aside from this, they make excellent pets.

Did you know...

Pomapoo is a breed of dog that originated in the USA.

Having pomapoo might be expensive sometimes as the grooming session of these dogs is very regular and grooming them to perfection can cost you a fair bit of money.

Pomapoos are always hungry for attention so if you are looking to pet them then you must be prepared for it and should have time to spend petting and loving them.

Having these dogs might be a challenge sometimes including keeping them and giving them the spaces they need. In the case of place and space, you should definitely install a fence for them which will prevent them from wandering off or doing anything unhealthy.

Physical characteristics

Often the color of Pomapoo dogs can be different because of the variation in their parent. The main types of color which these dogs have are usually brown, black, white, red, fawn, and sable. The quality of the coat and type of the coat is also mostly dependent on the parent as sometimes their coats are solid and other than that they have a mix of colors. Their hair tends to be soft, dense and straight.

When it comes to shedding, the Pomeranian parents shed and are not hypoallergenic. On the other hand, Poodles are most likely to shed very little and are hypoallergenic. Since Pomapoos are the mix breed of these two dogs, they are a cross between a shedder and a non-shedder! They are therefore likely to shed moderately but are not hypoallergenic.

Having your own Pomapoo

As Pomapoos are designer dogs, they can be pretty costly. Their price can range from $500-$2000. This excludes grooming and maintenance costs too. However, it is very important that you go to a reputable breeder when searching for your new Pomapoo buddy.

Grooming of designer dog or a toy dog is the most important thing you have to look after if you really love these kinds of dogs. When it comes to Pomapoos dogs, it really doesn't matter from which parent breed it takes the most traits from, at the end of the day you have to take care of the dog with good grooming. Brushing a Pomapoo every day is a must, however, a Pomapoo puppy doesn't really need that kind of brushing at first because of its short hair. When you have a full-grown Pomapoo or a Pomapoo adult, then you really have to take of the grooming and brushing every day. For Pomapoo haircuts, you should definitely seek some expert help. Bathe your Pomapoo as and when needed to keep the fur naturally healthy and luscious.

In terms of activities, their favorite activity with their human parent is usually receiving attention! They are also very stubborn when playing but are still very loyal and affectionate towards the human parent. They need to have constant care and attention which might be also one their favorite activities. It is important to give your dog proper socialization and training so that they maintain their delightful and lovable demeanor.

Here at Kidadl, we have carefully created lots of interesting family-friendly animal facts for everyone to discover! Learn more about some other mammals including the American Eskimo Dog, or Miniature German Shepherd.

You can even occupy yourself at home by drawing one of our Toy Poodle coloring pages.

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