Pomchi Dogs and Puppies | Dog Breeds Journal

by Friday, January 27, 2017

Crossing between a Pomeranian and a Chihuahua makes an extremely small and cute pooch, Pomchi. They are also known as Chi-Pom or Chiranian. Excited to get to know more about this breed? Read on!

Pomchi: Understanding This Adorable Toy Dog Better

Like the Chihuahua, Pomchis are fearless and may act stubborn at times. Being a mixed breed of two small-sized dogs, the Pomchi is small as well and has acquired their parents’ charm. Don’t mistake them for a fool as they are also an intelligent dog! Owning a Pomchi might just be the very reason for your entertainment on your dull days.

This sweet and loving pooch is recommended for people living in an apartment since the Pomchi doesn’t require much exercise. Despite their small size, Pomchis can be great watch dogs and will alert their humans when there’s something suspicious or strangers around.


What does a Pomchi look like?

What does a Pomchi look like? | Pomchi Dogs and Puppies | Dog Breeds Journal

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As a mix breed of two small dogs, Pomchis are smaller compared to a Pomeranian and are a bit similar in size with a Chihuahua. They have distinct round heads, a muzzle that narrows towards its nose, pointy ears that are moderate in size, and round eyes.

Their coats may differ from long or short and are glossy, smooth, and soft. Pomchis mostly have long hair though not as fluffy as its Pomeranian parent. Its coat color may vary from brown, black, gray, cream, merle, grayish blue, white, and sable.

Normally, this tiny pooch would weigh somewhere around 4 to 10 pounds. When it comes to its height, this cuddly dog can stand 6 to 9 inches tall.


What is a Pomchi like?

A Pomchi can be stubborn and fearless but, they too are affectionate, loving, and has a sweet expression. Even though they’re small in size they think they’re as big as the biggest dog breeds in the world! Since they have this stubborn nature, they can’t tolerate strict training and prefer a more affectionate one, involving treats and lots of praises.

If not properly socialized, they can become fearful, shy, or aggressive around people. With that said, it is a must to let these dogs develop social skills during their early stages.


How much food should you give a Pomchi?

How much food should you give a Pomchi? | Pomchi Dogs and Puppies | Dog Breeds Journal

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Pomchis should have around 1/2 to 1 cup of dry food daily. It is likely if you find them wanting more than that since, despite their size, they have a big appetite. You can use a variety of food that includes vegetables like potatoes (sweet or regular), zucchini, carrots, spinach, and broccoli. Another option is to give them homemade dog food packed with nutrition. Just be cautious not to overfeed these fidos.


How to care for Pomchis?

How to care for Pomchis? | Pomchi Dogs and Puppies | Dog Breeds Journal

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This breed is fearless and might take on a larger breed so it would be wise to keep them away to avoid any physical injury. As a breed with such an appetite, it would be appropriate to give it a regular walk in the park to avoid developing obesity. If you don’t have the time to go outside for a walk, letting it roam around your house may suffice as its regular exercise.


How much are Pomchi puppies?

On average, Pomchi puppies and other breeds with similar size can cost around US $765. On the other hand, if you opt to adopt, expect to pay US $175 for the adoption fees.


Learn how to bathe Pomchis by watching this video:


The Pomchi is practically an all-in-one dog that could be your playmate, friend, watchdog, and a pet. It wouldn’t be too hard to get attached to it given its charming and loving nature. This dog might just be the one you’ll fall in love with. In case you plan on getting one, make sure to get it from a responsible seller or breeder who makes their well-being a top priority.

Do you think the Pomchi is your perfect match? Will you be bringing home one now? Let me know your insights about this adorable little pooch by posting a comment below!

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