So, you want to know about Pomeranian mixes? There are many options, and it can be tough to decide on the right one for you. But, fear not. Below, we have outlined a list of all the different mixes out there.
You will find information about each mix, as well as photos of some of the most popular ones. Keep reading to learn more!
What are Some of the Most Popular Pomeranian Cross Breeds?
Here are some of the most popular Pomeranian crosses out there:
CrossBreed 1: Pomsky
Pomsky dog is a cross between a Pomeranian and a Husky. These dogs are known to be very energetic, intelligent, and friendly. They usually weigh between 15-30 pounds when fully grown, making them the perfect size to live in an apartment or house with moderate exercise requirements. Their coats can come in many different colors, so you need to do your homework before deciding if color is crucial.
CrossBreed 2: Corganian
The Corganian dog is a mix between the adorable Corgi and Pomeranian breeds. This mix is often referred to as ‘mini foxes’ because of how fox-like the combination is. This mix can sometimes be extremely energetic, so some exercise is needed.
CrossBreed 3: Brusselranian
Pomeranians are a prevalent dog breed, but they are not without their faults. If you need a hypoallergenic breed of dog, choose the Brusselranian! These dogs are a mix between Pomeranians and Brussels Griffons. They make good watchdogs due to their tendency to bark only when necessary. Their small size makes them ideal for apartments or smaller homes, but they still require some exercise.
CrossBreed 4: Pomapoo
This dog crosses between a Pomeranian and a Miniature or Toy Poodle. They are adorable, loving, playful, and intelligent dogs who can sometimes be challenging to train due to their independent nature. In addition, they are small in size, which makes them ideal for apartment living – watch out for those little legs because these dogs have lots of energy!
CrossBreed 5: Pomchi
It is the affectionate name given to Pomeranian mixes that include Chihuahuas. This mix has all of the typical characteristics of both breeds – they are friendly, playful, loyal, protective, low maintenance (with the proper grooming), and great with children. They are great dogs for any household!
CrossBreed 6: Shih Pom
A Shih-Pom dog is a cross between a Shih Tzu and a Pomeranian. They are typically amiable, loyal, intelligent dogs who make perfect family pets. They can sometimes be stubborn, but proper training can solve this problem. Their coats come in many different colors, making them stand out from other breeds of small dogs.
CrossBreed 7: Pom Terrier
This dog mix is a cross between a Pomeranian and a Jack Russel Terrier. They are very active, intelligent, friendly dogs who can sometimes have behavior problems if not adequately trained. They are also usually small, making them great for apartment living!
CrossBreed 8: Pomador
The Pomador dog results from mixing a Labrador and a Pomeranian. Usually, in this mix, the dad is a Pomeranian while the mom is a Labrador. The resulting pup is often very intelligent, lively and friendly!
CrossBreed 9: Spitz Pom
A Spitz Pom is a mix between a Pomeranian and a German Spitz. They are amicable, affectionate dogs who love being around people. They are usually very playful but can become destructive if not given enough exercise. Their coats come in many different colors like any other Pomeranian mix.
CrossBreed 10: Pom Aussie
This mix is exactly what it sounds like – a cross between a Pomeranian and an Australian Shepherd (commonly called “Aussiedoodles”). Such dogs are well-known for their beautiful thick coats, wavy/curly or straight. They are amiable, playful dogs who love being around children! These are great family dogs because they are protective but not overly aggressive.
CrossBreed 11: Mini-Pom
It is another pretty obvious mix just by looking at the name of the cross. The Miniature Schnauzer x Pomeranian should have all of the characteristics of both breeds listed above – friendly, intelligent, cuddly, easy to train. You get the idea. Again these mixes come in many different colors, so make sure you research before committing to one.
CrossBreed 12: Pominese
The Pominese is a mix between a Pomeranian and a Toy or Miniature Pekingese. These dogs are not for everyone because they do need a lot of grooming to keep their coats looking nice – plus, they shed like crazy! But do not be scared. If you want an affectionate, loyal, loving friend who would rather be with you than anyone else, then this mix is perfect for you and your family.
CrossBreed 13: Chinaranian
This mix is exactly what it sounds like – a cross between a Pomeranian and a Chinese Crested. The Chinaranian is an active dog and weighing just only 8–10 pounds, this small fido is packed with energy and requires exercise than your usual small dogs! Chinaranians come in different variety of colors.
CrossBreed 14: Cavapom
The Cavapom is a mix between a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and a Pomeranian. These dogs are affectionate, sweet, fun-loving little guys with beautiful coats that do not shed very much. They love to cuddle on the couch. They also love to play fetch in the yard, just like any other small dog who loves to have fun!
CrossBreed 15: Pom-Coton
This mix is exactly what it sounds like – a cross between a Pomeranian and a Coton de Tulear. The Pom-Coton has a highly soft, cottony looking coat that does not shed at all, so grooming them can be pretty tricky. If you want a dog with this look, you will NEED to get their hair trimmed every 2-3 months! However, they are brilliant, sweet dogs with a lot of energy.
CrossBreed 16: Chowanian
The Chowanian is a beautiful mix of a Chow Chow and a Pomeranian. This dog has long hairs due to the parent dogs, so regular brushing and grooming is necessary. This mix can also have quite a strong personality with and high energy. So, training can be challenging but also rewarding.
CrossBreed 17: Dameranian
It is a dog mix between a Pomeranian and a Dachshund, so they have the look of a Dachshund but the personality of a clown – literally! These pups are playful, funny, full of energy, and fun. So, if you love daily walks or playing fetch in the yard, this mix is perfect for you!
CrossBreed 18: Jackaranian
A Jackaranian is a mix between a Jack Russell Terrier and a Pomeranian. They are intelligent and energetic dogs who love to play around in the yard or just lay in your lap and have their belly rubbed! Their coats come in many different colors, so be prepared for anything.
CrossBreed 19: French Pomerdog
The French Pomerdog mixes a purebred Pomeranian and a purebred French Bulldog. They are highly gentle, loving pups who love to cuddle with their family all day long! Make sure you keep them mentally stimulated so they will not get bored because otherwise, they will find something to do on their own – like destroying your couch cushions, oops!
CrossBreed 20: La Pom
A La Pom is a mix between a Pomeranian and a Lhasa Apso. These dogs look very similar to the Shih-pom, so if you have one of those, then you will most likely have one of these as well! They are highly loyal pups who love to cuddle with their family on the couch. They do not like being left alone for long periods, though, so it is best if they have another dog to play with or someone at home during the day.
CrossBreed 21: PapiPom
A PapiPom is a mix of a Pomeranian and either a Papillon or a Phalène. They are super sweet dogs who love to show off their beautiful coats. If you like the look of either one of these two breeds, then you will LOVE this mix because they look very similar (except for the size difference, of course)!
CrossBreed 22: Maltipom
A Maltipom mixes a purebred Pomeranian and a Maltese. These are very affectionate, cuddly pups who love to be around their family all the time. They are just like any other small dog in that they need daily exercise so make sure you take them on long walks every day!
CrossBreed 23: American Pom
The American Pom is a mix between an American Eskimo and a Pomeranian. These dogs look precisely like the Spitz. Think of them as tiny white fluffy bears. They are playful, adventurous pups who love to have fun and calm down when relaxing with their family!
CrossBreed 24: Peek-a-Pom
A peek-a-pom is a mix between a Pomeranian and a Pekingese. These dogs look very similar to the Maltichon and usually come in many different colors. They do shed quite a bit, so make sure you keep up with their grooming! Their coats also do not grow very long, so they need to be trimmed every couple of months.
CrossBreed 25: Pomoxer
The Pomoxer is a mix between a Pomeranian and a Boxer. Although this mix is not as popular as the rest, there are still some enthusiasts for this crossbreed. Most Pomoxers are pretty calm and a bit playful. That is because, in this mix, the trait of the parent Boxer dominates.
CrossBreed 26: Pom-a-Pug
The Pom-a-Pug mixes a Pomeranian and either a Pug or a Boston Terrier. These are prevalent cross breeds with beautiful short coats in many different colors! They are small but have the signature “puggish” face, so they are not suitable for people who are scared of dogs.
CrossBreed 27: Pomeagle
The Pomeagle is what you get when you mix a Pomeranian with an Eagle—no, just kidding. It is a mix between a purebred Pomeranian and a purebred Beagle! These dogs are brilliant and obedient pups who listen to your every command, but they can be stubborn so training them takes time! Also, they have short coats that are not very dense, so they need to be brushed frequently.
CrossBreed 28: Yoranian
The Yoranian dog is a mix between the Pomeranian and the Yorkshire Terrier. These are tiny dogs who love to be cuddled all day long. They only shed minimally (they do not really “shed” at all, actually), so they are great for people with allergies!
Cross Breed 29: Bichonaranian
The Bichonaranian is a mix between a purebred Pomeranian and a purebred Bichon Frise. These dogs look like little furry balls of happiness that love to be cuddled. They are very obedient pups who know when to be active and time to relax. They will usually let you know too!
Cross Breed 30: German Pomeranian
The German Pomeranian is one of the rarest mixes. It is a combination of the German Shepherd and a Pomeranian. Because this combination is rare, it is also a bit costly to get a pet with this mix. Plus, for this mix, the resulting dog will most often get quite the fur and some shedding. So, regular grooming is necessary.
Did you enjoy this list of 30 Pomeranian crossbreeds? We sure did because it gave us an excellent idea for my next dog! Poms are one of our favorite small dog breeds, so these mixes are very appealing to us.
They are also brilliant, fun pups that are easy to train and love human interaction.
Keep in mind that while these hybrids are usually very healthy, they may inherit some negative traits from their parents. For example, a Pom-Corgi mix might inherit the Corgi’s short legs.
It is something to consider when looking into crossbreeds carefully! However, if you think about it on the bright side, they may not get any genetic problems that purebreds can suffer from.