Tom Hiddleston - Filmography (insp)
These are a few of my favorite things.
(I was asked if TK was both a coyote AND a wolf during this outing. Oof.)
I thought this was a metal statue
instead it’s a fucking metal as hell dog
what a beautiful person
And to the introverted theatre kids, public speakers with social anxiety, and florists with allergies.
Somewhere in the distance, Beethoven’s ghost is applauding.
Pomsky pup. They stay this size. They are 3,000$ & I need one 😍 🐾 #pomsky #pomeranian #husky #puppy #small #3granddoe
that is most likely just a malamute (or husky) puppy
if someone is selling them for $3k they are definitely ripping you off b/c designer dogs are just mixed breed mutts anyway. there is no science or responsibility in breeding different types of dogs together. there is no such thing as a “pomsky” (it’s not a breed) and i doubt there are very many actual intentional pomeranian-husky mixes. another clue: saying “they stay this size.” without several generations of [skilled/responsible] breeding, the results of a pomeranian and husky cross would probably not have consistent size in every litter/breeding pair
It is biologically impossible for a dog to stay its birth weight and size all its life. Even the tiniest dogs (eg. Chihuahuas, Yorkshire Terriers, etc) will grow bigger and heavier.
There are ”Pomsky” breeders out there, but legitimate “Pomskies” (aka “real” ones) are similar to the Alaskan Klee Kai (also a Husky/Pomeranian mix). In other words: “real” Pomskies do not look like fluffy Malamute puppies all their lives. Instead, they look like smaller Huskies.
(Photo is of an Alaskan Klee Kai, but is, in essence, what a “real” Pomsky looks like).
A couple things—
1) The OP photo is a Finnish Lapphund named Tequila. Tumblr has Tumbled about her before.
2) Cost. This bugs me all the time. Being a mixed breed dog does not decrease the cost of a litter in significant ways if the breeder is responsible about their rearing and practices. As I am assuming Pomskies cannot breed naturally (need AI) and may not be able to birth naturally (c-section), the cost of a litter could be QUITE high if reared responsibly. Vets don’t give a crap if the dog is purebred or mixed, they aren’t going to discount costs of their services. This, plus what I’m sure are relatively small litters will drive up puppy prices. I can see a small breed, reared responsibly, being $2-3k.
3) Pomskies have clubs in a couple countries. Here’s the club in the USA.
Fionna, the Kishu Ken puppy at 11 weeks.
Fionna, Kishu Ken puppy