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Breed Group: Not AKC Recognized
Peek-A-Pom

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Weight
3-10 lbs
Height
6-12 inches
Color(s)
Variety of colors that include fawn, black, white, cream; may be solid or sabled
Overview
The Peekapom, also called the Pominese, is created by the crossing of two breeds: Pekingese and Pomeranian. They are commonly referred to as "designer dogs" and are not as popular as many of the other crosses.
Character
The ideal Peekapom should be well-proportioned, cobby, and sturdy. They should possess an intelligent and lively expression and be hardy in appearance.
Temperament
Affectionate, brave, and loyal, the Peekapom is outgoing and confident. They do not do well if left alone for extended periods of time. Boredom and loneliness will lead to destructive behavior and incessant barking. They do best in homes with older, considerate, well-mannered children. The Peekapom does well with dogs and non-canine pets they have been raised with. They are wary and suspicious of strangers and are quick to alert their family to visitors or out of the ordinary sounds.
Care
Daily brushing is recommended to prevent matting and tangling for the Peekapom. Bathing should be done when necessary; dry shampooing will suffice. Dental hygiene is important to prevent early tooth loss. They may be prone to such health issues as eye problems, luxating patella, hip dysplasia, epilepsy, and hypoglycemia.
Coat
The Peekapom has a double coat. The outer coat is long and profuse. The under coat is short and dense.
Training
Early socialization and obedience are recommended. The Peekapom may be willful, stubborn, and difficult to housebreak. They will not respond to harsh or heavy-handed methods. Training must be done with firmness, fairness, patience, and consistency.
Activity
The Peekapom is suited for apartment living. They are relatively active indoors. Peekapom's enjoy family play sessions, securely leashed walks, and off-lead play time in a fenced yard.
Ownership
Help reduce the number of Peek-A-Pom puppies in shelters by doing your due diligence. Many puppies are often purchased with little or no knowledge of what goes into parenting one. Uneducated decisions often leave the puppy in need of adoption and in the care of rescue groups. Bringing home a puppy into your family has many benefits but we first implore you to educate yourself. An informed decision will take into account the characteristics of the breed, your lifestyle, expected veterinary care, the demands and limitations of owning one, their activity requirements and levels of companionship required.
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Peek-A-Pom Hollow
Member Since: October 2006
Location: Charleston, South Carolina
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Anonymous asked:

11/19/2013 9:03:12 AM

11/19/2013 9:03:12 AM

We just got a Peek-A-Pom for are son for Christmas ! My Son is 7 and he is very good with his new Peek-A-Pom puppy! He is in love with the puppy! I wasn't expecting to get a puppy on Sunday! But my son saw the Peek-A-Pom puppy and he looks like a little bear and he feel in love with him! Now I need to know... are Peek-A-Pom's good with kids? Does their fur comes out a lot?

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Anonymous

The Pekingese/Pomeranian mix breed of dog is naturally good with children, but please remember, they are small boned dogs and must be treated with respect. Yes, they shed A LOT.
7/15/2014 12:58:03 PM

Anonymous asked:

4/2/2013 4:46:38 PM

4/2/2013 4:46:38 PM

what is the tallest height of a Peekapom

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Anonymous

The average height of the Pekingese is 6 - 9 inches, while the average height for the Pomeranian is 7 - 12 inches. So the tallest the dog should ever be is 12 inches at the shoulder.
7/15/2014 12:59:09 PM

Anonymous asked:

12/31/2012 9:40:02 AM

12/31/2012 9:40:02 AM

how common is it for a peek-a-pom to have inverted discs from jumping

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Anonymous

It is very common in the Pekingese/Pomeranian mix breed of dog.
7/15/2014 12:59:32 PM

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10/29/2012 8:31:23 PM

10/29/2012 8:31:23 PM

I have a peek-a-pom - love him, he is 8mons old, he will go to door when he wants outside. Does... I have a peek-a-pom - love him, he is 8mons old, he will go to door when he wants outside. Does not like other people, will attack others when they want to pet him...when I hold him, he won't let anyone come close to me. He does not like to be on a leash. When he is not on a leash he runs from me wanting me to chase him, that is his name CHASE. How can I get him to be more friendly like his sister is very friendly?

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Anonymous asked:

4/30/2012 1:25:01 PM

4/30/2012 1:25:01 PM

I LOVE this website! We have a gorgeous Peek-A-Pom (Gizmo) and I have read up on all of this... I LOVE this website! We have a gorgeous Peek-A-Pom (Gizmo) and I have read up on all of this valuable information.Our BABY is exactly ALL you have given here!You have him down-pat! I am wondering if you could maybe give us the Approximate lifespan of the Peek-A-Pom? He will be 8 years old in November of 2012 Thank you so very much! Barb Thank you so much! Barb

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Anonymous

The oldest that I have seen was 23. They are like any other dog, if you take care of them, they will live long and prosper. I have one that is about to turn 9 at the end of the month so hopefully he will be with us another at least 9 years!
7/11/2012 1:24:33 PM

Anonymous

I had a peekapom for almost 18 years. Just lost her two weeks ago she was an awesome, playful girl with so so much personality. I love her dearly and will miss Her forever. Lots of walks and love will give your little one a great long life.
1/13/2015 11:23:43 PM

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4/13/2012 5:59:06 AM

4/13/2012 5:59:06 AM

I have been brushing my Peek-A-Pom's teeth with a vibrating, soft toothbrush (for humans). I do... I have been brushing my Peek-A-Pom's teeth with a vibrating, soft toothbrush (for humans). I do it cause he chews it in a way that would seem beneficial. Is this completely bad or is it just the lesser of two positives?

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Anonymous

It is fine, but please be careful. Contact your vet in this situation as it could be bad for your dog.
7/15/2014 1:00:11 PM

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4/5/2012 4:46:51 PM

4/5/2012 4:46:51 PM

I have an almost 2yr old peekapom he is good now - it took alot of time and patience to train to... I have an almost 2yr old peekapom he is good now - it took alot of time and patience to train to wee wee pad and barking was excessive, now my husband brought home a same sex beagle - he is 8weeks old. The peekapom has problems with other dogs, he barks at him growls as long as the other dog doesnt chase him or try to play he is fine. What can i do - will they get used to each other ?

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Anonymous

Contact your local Positive Reinforcement trainer. He/She will be able to help you with this situation. The Pekingese/Pomeranian mix breed of dog is known for being a people dog, not a dog dog, they rather be in the company of their owner's.
7/15/2014 1:01:12 PM

Anonymous asked:

1/17/2012 2:00:26 PM

1/17/2012 2:00:26 PM

When do the pekapom stop feeding from the mom

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Anonymous

Puppies are weaned at about 6 - 7 weeks old. Puppies should not go to their new homes until at least 8 -9 weeks, if not 12 - 14 weeks is best.
7/15/2014 1:01:47 PM

Anonymous asked:

9/6/2011 9:53:27 PM

9/6/2011 9:53:27 PM

My peekapom is 18mos. He is fixed. He is so smart! I have recently moved to an apartment and... My peekapom is 18mos. He is fixed. He is so smart! I have recently moved to an apartment and while walking him on a leash he looses his mind whenever anyone at any age (human/animal). I am unsure if this behavior can be redirected with training or I need to look at a home? Any suggestions or advice that can be offered?

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Anonymous

Contact your local Positive Reinforcement trainer. He/She will be able to help you with this situation.
7/15/2014 1:02:19 PM

Anonymous asked:

6/13/2011 5:43:17 AM

6/13/2011 5:43:17 AM

i HAVE RECENTLY BOUGHT A PEKE-POM FOR MY DAUGHTER, IT WAS FLUFFY AND TINY AND LOOKED JUST LIKE A... i HAVE RECENTLY BOUGHT A PEKE-POM FOR MY DAUGHTER, IT WAS FLUFFY AND TINY AND LOOKED JUST LIKE A POMM NOT A X BREED. IT IS NOW 4 MONTHS AND HAS LOST ITS FLUFFY HAIR AND IS FULL ON STRAIGHT LOOKS SHORT HAIRED, UNLIKE PEKES OR POMMS. IS THERE STILL A CHANCE OF ITS HAIR CHANGING AGAIN AND GOING FLUFFY? ITS FACE IS LIKE A POMM AND ITS STILL FLUFFY, EXCEPT THE BODY.

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Anonymous

I don't know if you saw the parents but if the Pekingese was not full coated the Peekapom may not be either. Normally Peekapoms look more peke than Pom like although you can see both in them. To be a true Peekapom the mother must be a full Pekingese and the father a full Pomeranian.
7/15/2011 7:44:31 PM

Anonymous

YES !!!! Its coat will change, it is in its ugly stage. I've seen it many times,the coat could be great
11/4/2011 9:28:23 PM

Anonymous

My pekepom went through the same awkward hair stage and she now is very fluffy with thick long hair. So if she looks more like a pom which mind did as well, the hair will grow!
6/28/2012 9:38:11 PM

Anonymous asked:

5/17/2011 1:23:56 PM

5/17/2011 1:23:56 PM

how many puppys will my peekapom have? and any certain breeds to mix with?

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Anonymous

Normally about 4. To be a true Peekapom the mother needs to be a full blooded Pekingese and the father a full blooded Pomeranian. Nothing else is acceptable.
7/15/2011 7:45:28 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/23/2011 3:22:15 PM

2/23/2011 3:22:15 PM

Is it hard to trian peek-a-poms???

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Anonymous

I have two peek-a-poms, and it depends on what you are training them for. Potty training takes a little more, because the Pomeranian they have in them are head strong, but very loyal. My peek-a-poms have been trained to ring a bell when they have to go out, but I only have success with one of them ringing it. They usually go potty outside whn I take them, it just takes time, and repetition...start when they are really young. They are my babies, and I love them very much. Very loyal dogs.
6/11/2011 12:48:14 AM

Anonymous

it takes a lot of patience in my opinion, we got my peek a pom when she was a few months old, we tried to train her but she only ended up learning recall(by her name) stay and sit shes 7 now and obedient but as far as teaching one cool tricks good luck to ya:)
5/20/2012 12:14:45 PM

Anonymous

I've had my peek-a-pom for just a year, got him when he was 4mos. I have had the most fun ever training him! He is soo smart, he sits & prays, plays dead, roll over, peek-a-boo, shake, he jumps to catch ball and the basics, sit, stay, come, release. My daughter taught him to put his paws up as in surrender. Patience and love, but found when he thinks were playing he responds quickly...yes, healthy treats, but not always. Calm, "Ceasar approach" has made our peek-a-pom the best dog!
10/25/2012 11:36:35 AM

Anonymous asked:

2/19/2011 1:32:06 AM

2/19/2011 1:32:06 AM

How do I potty train my Peek-A-Pom puppy?

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Anonymous

Well you could put your Peek-A-Pom on peepee pads that you can buy from petco or pet supplie plus ranging from 5 to 10 dollars.
2/23/2011 3:31:17 PM

Anonymous

Kennel training of a peek a Pom works for us. They do not like to go potty where they sleep. Our dog whimpers and barks when he wants outside but you have to be patient and watch it for signs
12/12/2012 8:49:21 AM

Anonymous asked:

1/6/2011 10:55:26 PM

1/6/2011 10:55:26 PM

My peekapom is 6 wks old and she bites any and everything. Is it because she's teething? or is... My peekapom is 6 wks old and she bites any and everything. Is it because she's teething? or is it a behavior that I need to address right away? You cant touch or rub her. She was very very playful when I got her and im trying to start potty training issues but she seems to forget the outside from the inside. I need some serious potty training techniques.

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Anonymous

Well because your peekapom is 6 weeks she probably is teething so give her something to chew on and when she starts again just give her the bone. Also if your having any trouble in potty training read up on some dog books most of them have really good info.
5/5/2011 11:22:08 PM

Anonymous asked:

12/29/2010 12:01:43 AM

12/29/2010 12:01:43 AM

My Peek-A-Pom puppy chewed on a bone and started to whine. What does that mean?

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Anonymous asked:

12/19/2010 10:06:40 PM

12/19/2010 10:06:40 PM

Are Peek-a-Pom's easy to take care of?

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Anonymous

Yes, Peek-A-Poms are so easy to take care of. Mine potty trained herself (on pee pads), we never had to teach her. Best temperment too. Always happy and playful, but calm and manageable. Doesn't bark too much, and never chewed furniture or shoes. Loves people and other dogs. Very sweet dog.
2/19/2011 1:40:43 AM

Anonymous asked:

12/4/2010 8:33:56 PM

12/4/2010 8:33:56 PM

Do Peek-A-Poms shed really bad?

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Anonymous

We don't have issues with our Peek-A-Poms with shedding unless it's time for a haircut. Even then, it's not that bad.
12/6/2010 4:08:15 PM

Anonymous

I have a peek a pom and she sheds very badly! We were told it wouldnt be that bad but it is! During the winter time its just shedding, but in the summer its really bad! Dont let anybody fool ya, they are shedders for sure!
2/1/2011 10:33:54 PM

Anonymous

Peekapoms are not normally big shedders at all. Check on the type food you are feeding to make sure it has sufficient meat/oil in it. The coat needs it.
7/15/2011 7:47:10 PM

Anonymous

Also make sure you are brushinig vigoursly at least one time per week. Proper grooming makes all the difference. You may need to speak with your Veterinarian to make sure there is not other issue if it is not the food. Irritants make the dogs shed as well.
7/15/2011 7:48:18 PM

Anonymous asked:

11/22/2010 5:24:43 PM

11/22/2010 5:24:43 PM

Looking for feeding tips for a Peek-A-Pom.

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Anonymous

we feed my peek a pom(shes about seven but has been on this diet for almost three years) anyway every morning she gets a scoop full of her dog food (we use hills science diet - vet recommended cause she has some joint issues, but any dog food would work im sure) so one scoop every morning and nothing else unless we throw her some table scraps
5/20/2012 12:19:56 PM

Anonymous

When I first got my peek-a-pom we were feeding him Eukanuba (petite), which was very good, but we were also allowing him to have table scraps...he started having a great deal of blood in his stool, yes, I freaked, took him to vet & she said you should NEVER feed him table scraps, smaller dogs can't digest it like bigger dogs(my puggle eats anything!). We decided to switch to Nutro Natural Choice...it works wonders! D'Argo's coat is shiny, soft & he is NOT shedding hardly @ all!!
10/25/2012 11:15:09 AM

Anonymous asked:

9/26/2010 9:26:31 PM

9/26/2010 9:26:31 PM

how much does a pekingese usually go for

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Anonymous

I paid 150 for my pekingese and he is just great!
12/28/2010 11:58:24 PM

Anonymous

I paid $100 for my pekingese and worth every penny.
4/3/2011 5:24:49 PM

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