Pomsky Adoption – How To Get Your Pomeranian Husky By Adopting

We hear the question about Pomsky adoption often. This is a highly desirable breed making adoptions few and far in between. Sites like AdoptAPet and PetFinder are great places to start but can you get a Pomsky from them? There are a lot of dog breeds (purebred and mixed) that need homes.

We encourage our readers and people, in general, to consider adopting a pet regardless if they are purebred or exactly what you’re looking for. You really are making a wonderful contribution by being part of the adoption process. If you are set on looking for a Pomsky to adopt there are a few things to consider.

Available and Upcoming Adoptable Pomskies (5.15.2020)

Updated: 5.15.2020 – Please note: Pomsky puppies typically are adopted quickly. If you are interested please get in touch with the breeder to see if the Pomsky puppy is still available.

Arctic Pomskies should be having puppies born this week! Pomsky size range should be between 10-25lbs. Please check their Facebook page for more information.

Middle Tennessee Pomskies now have Pomsky puppies available for adoption. Please DM them on their Facebook page for more information.

Patriot Pomskies have openings on their waiting list for an upcoming litter. In the past few days the puppies were born! Visit their Available Puppies page to find out more and fill out an application.


Portland Pomskies are now taking applications for Pomsky puppies. Find out more on their Facebook page or website.

Rose Peek Pomskies has been showing off puppies. At the time of this update, they had 3 puppies that may still be available for adoption. Please go to their Facebook page to find out more.

End of updated section.

The Facts

For starters, MOST pet adoptions won’t come with papers. It is a good idea for you to understand up front that even if you find a “Pomsky” for adoption there is a good chance it isn’t a purebred. There is even a more likely chance that it is a smaller Siberian Husky or a combination of breeds that resemble a Pomsky. At the end of the day, it is about a great fluffy friend that you can bring home though. Moving on!

“Adopt” vs “Buy”

We live in a very PC world that constantly feels the need to change direct terms like “Buy” to more friendly words like “Adopt”. When you start your Pomsky adoption search you will be given a list of Pomsky “Adopter” sites that are just selling Pomskies with a “nicer” sound to it. It is important to know the difference.

If you are going to buy a Pomsky that’s great but be on the lookout for scammers and unofficial Pomsky breeders. Check the Pomsky Club of America website for a list of reputable breeders. You can also check our Official Pomsky Breeders page. There are a lot of people that try to pass off mixed breeds as Pomskies.

Where To Look

Local pet shelters are a good place to start. Google is pretty accurate about putting local shelters in the search results. Check with them first. If you aren’t in a hurry (yeah right) some shelters do offer waiting lists. The list makes it so they can call you when the breed requested comes in. I will tell you that this “waiting list” method is a luck of the draw-type deal. Most of the desirable breeds and traits will never be in shelters long enough for shelter workers to call people on a waiting list.

Another method is looking at online sites. Again I only recommend AdoptAPet and PetFinder. They have reputable partners and shelters they work with.


Pure Pomsky Patience

The excitement in puppy searches can cause us to get impatient. This can make potential Pomsky owners use bad judgment. Calling breeders that are less than reputable or trying to get a “deal” on a purebred Pomsky. You’ll find yourself looking everywhere and even obsessing about it. If this is you I recommend getting in touch with a reputable Pomsky breeder.

Pomskies are expensive but if you are wanting one then do it right. Cutting corners rarely works and buying a Pomsky is no exception. If you are just wanting to adopt a dog then there are some excellent sites out there that have pets ready to go. Whatever your decision give it careful consideration and use common sense.