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The Pomsky is a mixture between the Pomeranian and the Siberian Husky. Normally just mixed between those two separate breeds, but sometimes two mixes (Pomsky's) are used. This ensures that the person intentionally breeding this mix that the puppies stay closer to the adult Pomeranian size. Because of this, it is very unlikely you will find a larger sized dog of this mix. The entire reasoning behind this mix is to have an adult dog that looks like a puppy.
The best thing to do is to contact a couple of breeders and ask for all the paper work. Ask for copies of the health clearances and then ask for previous puppy owner information. Contact the people that have bought a puppy from them in the past and ask how responsible and reputable those people thing their breeder is. If everything checks out, then you have a good breeder on your hands and can continue with purchasing a new puppy.
In general, responsible breeders (those doing health testing, screening owners, and properly raising puppies with socialization and appropriate health care) will charge between $1250-3000, with some individual pets being higher or very occasionally lower. Be wary of scams- this crossbred is trending right now and in addition to the 'wire me money' scams, scammers have been passing off purebred Siberian puppies as older than they are (IE, claiing a 6 week old puppy is 10 weeks) and selling them as Pomskies.
Our pomskies are sold on a spay/neuter contract.