The Pomeranian is popularly known as a fashionable dog because of its looks and appearance, but wouldn’t you want to see what happens when this fashionista is crossed with other breeds? Of course, you would.
When you look at this breed, what’s the first thing you notice? Its puffy appearance, right? Of course. That’s what everyone notices too, and that’s what makes it so attractive.
The Pomeranian breed actually originates from Germany and belongs to the family of Spitz-type dogs.
In some other countries in Europe, this breed might also be known as Zwergspitz which actually translates to be Dwarf-Spitz in English. But from the Pomeranian’s appearance, it’s obvious that it’s more of a larger type Spitz dog than a dwarf one.
The Pomeranian is a breed that has been around for a relatively long time, so it’s not surprising that it is ranked as one of the most popular breeds in the US.
Over time, they’ve been crossed with other breeds. Of course, the results have yielded doggies who might exhibit different attitudes and behaviors but are just all-round amazing, and you’ll have to see them for yourself.
I’ve compiled a list of 31 unique and cute Pomeranian mixes and I’m definitely sure that you’ll find your perfect match here. Common then; let’s check them out!
#1 Pomerat (Pomeranian / Rat Terrier)
The Pomerat is a hybrid of the Pomeranian and the Rat Terrier. Do not mind his little appearance because he’s actually very brave and a little bit aggressive too.
He’s very friendly and lively, but the same might not actually apply to strangers, as he could be cautious around them and, perhaps, bark a lot around them, which actually pretty much makes him up to the task of a watchdog.
He’s one who loves spending a lot of time with his owners and could get depressed if left alone for long. He just loves doing anything that would keep him active, just like chasing a ball around or even playing fetch.
#2 Aussie Pom (Pomeranian / Australian Shepherd)
Though he doesn’t have wings, he’s actually pretty much an angel. He’s an Aussie Pom, the cute product of the cross between the Australian Shepherd and the Pomeranian.
There’s relatively nothing that you could possibly hate about this doggie because he’s friendly, lively, fun, and also very receptive. By being very receptive, it means that he has no problems with everyone and strangers also.
Yes, there’s a possibility that he could be a little wary around them, but he doesn’t bark loudly around them or get extreme, and if the stranger happens to be one who comes around frequently, he’ll get to be as close to them as he is with family members.
As free as he is with people, he’s also great at sensing danger or unusual activities and is ready to alert his owners by barking loudly.
#3 Pomeagle (Pomeranian / Beagle)
Here’s the little, adorable Pomeagle. The Pomeagle is formed from the cross between the Beagle and the Pomeranian.
His appearance alone shows you how much of a curious, alert, lively, intelligent, and energetic doggie he is, and he is definitely one who’s ready to be with you all day and get involved in whatever you’re doing.
When teaching or training him, you might want to use a calmer voice because he’s also very sensitive too.
His highly energetic, playful, and curious nature makes him a doggie who’s always looking for a fun activity to do, which means that you’ll hardly find him just lying around being dormant or inactive.
#4 Bichon-A-Ranian (Pomeranian / Bichon Frise)
He’s too adorable to be real and not stuffed, right? Well, he’s as real as you can ever imagine!
It’s not surprising that he has such cute and adorable nature because he’s a hybrid of two irresistibly cute doggies, the Pomeranian and the Bichon Frise.
As much as he’s a little cutie, he’s not all that perfect also, because he’s great with adults, but not actually great with children — little children specifically.
You should also take note that his obviously fluffy and shiny coat is one that needs to be groomed and brushed frequently to keep it in its attractive state.
#5 Ewokian (Pomeranian / Havanese)
There is definitely no way you wouldn’t fall in love with this boy who has a cute alien-ish name and a cute doggie face too.
The Ewokian is a very lovable, all-round friendly doggie who’s a mix of the Havanese and the Pomeranian. He has a small appearance which is perfectly understandable because his parents are also just like that.
Just like most other doggies, nothing gives him more pleasure than spending quality time with his family and also getting to play games which would keep him active and still yet, close to his family.
#6 Poshie (Pomeranian / Shetland Sheepdog)
The Poshie is another dog who’s, perhaps, more of being a posh, handsome mix than just being a cutie. His thick, shiny coat and fox-like facial appearance just make him so handsome that he could steal any one’s heart at a go!
He’s a hybrid of the Shetland Sheepdog, who’s known for its great herding instincts, and the Pomeranian. He’s just as loving, playful, and also very energetic as he’s attractive.
Since he’s a very energetic and active doggy, be rest assured that you would need to provide him with as much exercise and daily activities as possible to keep him happy and stable.
Most importantly, remember that he has herding instincts, so other pets and children around him would need to be supervised.
#7 Pug-A-Pom (Pomeranian / Pug)
The Pug-A-Pom is a hybrid of the Pug and the Pomeranian, and she’s a lady who possesses versatility and beauty all in one package.
She’s called a Pug-A-Pom, but she could also be called a Pom-A-Pug, which is great because you can actually even get a great tongue twister from these names.
She’s one who’s ready to go extra miles to protect her owners and still yet, make them happy.
A strong-willed doggie who’s friendly with everyone and animals, but might just be barky around strangers because of her protective nature.
It only happens temporarily though, until she gets to know their intentions aren’t for bad.
#8 Pom-Silk (Pomeranian / Silk Terrier)
He’s a cute pint-sized doggie who possesses a feisty and somewhat witty nature. The Pom-Silk here is a cross between the Pomeranian and the silky-coated Silky Terrier.
He’s no doubt a handsome and lovable one, but overpampering him might just mean that he would develop an authoritative attitude that might not be easy to overcome.
So it’s best that he’s owned by someone who’s not a first-time dog owner and is authoritative and firm enough to contain his strong and witty attitude.
#9 Weeranian or Pom Westie (Pomeranian / West Highland White Terrier)
This cuddly little boy here combines the best mental and physical features of both the West Highland White Terrier and the Pomeranian.
He’s not known to repel anyone or animals, but he’s known to be one who can get really clingy and attached to his owners, but still yet, not get too concerned or exhibit anxiety when left alone.
His long coat means that he wouldn’t be a doggie who can be maintained by just brushing once a week, but it’s definitely worth it for this loyal and obedient little chap.
#10 Shiranian or Shih-Pom (Pomeranian / Shih Tzu)
Our Shiranian little boy here is nothing more than one who lives to please and be happy. Obviously, he’s a hybrid of the Shih Tzu and the Pomeranian.
He’s one who’s always ready to be with his owner at every time of the day, and he’s a doggie that wouldn’t like being neglected or deprived of his owner’s affection and attention.
By doing so, he could become really sad, which might just mean that being a full-time worker or a very busy bee, you wouldn’t be advised to get him because of how attached he does get.
#11 Jack-A-Ranian (Pomeranian / Jack Russell Terrier)
He might not seem too huge and muscular, but be rest assured that this cute doggie here is one who could get tough.
It’s not surprising that he has an intelligent, active, and energetic nature because he’s a mix of one of the best hunter dogs, the Jack Russell Terrier, and the relatively stubborn-natured Pomeranian.
On a good day, this boy is ready to make your day by spending as much time with you as possible, but most times, he could behave independently and become stubborn, which just makes him a dog who can’t be easily trained.
As much as he could get that tough and stubborn, he’s still definitely an adorable doggie who cares very much about his family and could be very protective.
#12 Brusselranian (Pomeranian / Brussels Griffon)
If there’s one thing that makes this mix unique and different from the others, it’s the cute monkey-like face it possesses.
This facial feature is not something that he happens to possess magically; it’s because the Brussels Griffon, which actually has this feature, is one of his parents.
Other than his face, other features he possesses, like his coat texture and length, are all dependent on the more dominant gene of his parents.
He’s very loyal, loving, and independent-minded in the sense that he doesn’t really get lonely, but of course, you definitely still have to make out time for him.
#13 Pomchi (Pomeranian / Chihuahua)
From the Pomchi’s appearance, you can see how closely she resembles the Chihuahua, and still yet, has that puffiness of the Pomeranian.
Yes, she has Chihuahua blood flowing through her veins, but she’s actually a lot nicer with children; only that she’s very fragile and would need to be handled with care, so it might not be advised to let little children play with her unsupervised.
But, she still does possess the stubbornness of the Chihuahua and could get a little bit bossy sometimes, so she might actually need an owner who’s firm to a certain extent, but not harsh though.
#14 Chinaranian (Pomeranian / Chinese Crested)
Here’s another adorable fluffy ball of sweetness and cuteness. The Chinaranian is a cute, little dog who’s a hybrid of the Chinese Crested dog and the Pomeranian.
You might be wondering why the Chinese Crested even has that name, but it’s definitely not because it possesses a crest atop its head just like a chicken or a turkey.
It’s majorly because of its obviously long and flowing hair around its ears, and this can also be seen in the Chinaranian.
Even though the Chinese Crested comes in two varieties which are hairless and the powderpuff, the Chinaranian hardly turns out to be hairless but either possesses a significantly longer or shorter coat, depending on which parent it takes after.
Generally, the Chinaranian is a very playful and affectionate dog who’s also really easy to train and is known to be very social too.
#15 Pom-Kee (Pomeranian / Keeshond)
The Pom-Kee is a mix that obviously has that wolf-like face, and if only he was larger, he might have just been mistaken for a wolfdog. But where does he get this face from? Well, it’s actually from the Keeshond.
The Pom-Kee is just amazing because it combines the best features of the Keeshond and the Pomeranian which makes it a very brave and agile dog, and still yet, very sweet and loving.
He might be brave and fearless, but he’s still a doggie who gets really sad if not given enough attention and care.
He goes well with other pets, but of course, you should expect his hunting instincts to push him to chase around smaller animals sometimes.
#16 Pom-Coton (Pomeranian / Coton De Tulear)
Here we have the Pom-Coton. He’s not called a Pom-Coton just because it sounds posh or fancy; he’s called that because he’s a mix of the Pomeranian and the Coton De Tulear. The Coton De Tulear doesn’t just have “Coton” in its name for no reason.
This is actually because of the cotton-like coat it’s known to possess which was also inherited by the Pom-Coton, so it’s no wonder its coat looks so attractive and beautiful, and also cotton-ish when touched.
As much as this breed generically has a cotton-like coat, other features it possesses might not be certain and are actually dependent on parent gene dominance.
The Pom-Coton is a sharp and independent-minded dog, so you shouldn’t be surprised if he happens to be a bit rebellious when being trained.
#17 Dameranian (Pomeranian / Dachshund)
A catchy name, isn’t it? Our Dameranian friend here Is a hybrid of the Dachshund and the Pomeranian.
He’s small, but don’t be deceived by his size. This doggie has the Dachshund as a parent, which is actually known to be one of the best hunting dogs.
Being a hunter dog means that it would need to be brave and this dog definitely has that attitude, which means the Dameranian wouldn’t also be exempted.
The Dameranian is generally known to be very playful and a bit stubborn, but since this hybrid is actually grouped into three, which are the wirehaired, shorthaired, and longhaired, there could be noticeable differences in the nature and temperament of different Dameranians.
#18 La-Pom (Pomeranian / Lhasa Apso)
The “La” in this mix’s name makes it seem French, but it actually isn’t in any way. The “La” actually represents the Tibetan-bred Lhasa Apso, which means that this cutie is a hybrid of the Lhasa Apso and the Pomeranian.
The La Pom is a pretty small mix, but it’s actually known to be a very brave and alert dog.
It’s brave and alert nature is actually an obvious trait that was present in the Lhasa Apso. In fact, that was why the Lhasa Apso was bred in the first place; it was bred to alert its owners of strangers or intruders.
This braveness also attracts a relatively stubborn or independent-minded nature, so you would definitely need to be a little firm when training him.
#19 Malti-Pom (Pomeranian / Maltese)
The fluffy little guy in this image here is a Malti-Pom. From the words “Malti” and “Pom,” it should be easy to know that he’s a hybrid of the Maltese and the Pomeranian.
He’s also very small in stature, and that shows that he takes after his parents who are also just as small as he is.
He’s gentle, but at the same time, very alert, which means he’s ready to bark as loud as possible to notify you of a stranger if he sees one.
The Malti-Pom is known to be toy-sized, but its coat and other physical features are also not definite like most others.
That means that his general appearance depends on whichever parent he takes after, but it’s still certain that this breed would need to be maintained and groomed frequently.
#20 Pineranian (Pomeranian / Miniature Pinscher)
If you look closely, the Pineranian actually resembles the Chihuahua to an extent, and it also turns out that they both kinda have the same repulsive attitude towards little children which is also really interesting.
But anyways, the Pineranian isn’t related to the Chihuahua and is actually a hybrid of the Miniature Pinscher and the Pomeranian.
This doggie is actually small in size, and his energy levels are also relatively the same way too, which means that he wouldn’t be needing a large field to get his exercise needs but would do just fine with simple daily walks and playing around the house.
He hardly has problems with getting along with other pets and even strangers, but just like the comparison to the Chihuahua, he might get easily annoyed with little children because they might just not treat him in a respectful way.
He isn’t a doggie who has the patience to get, perhaps, his tails or ears dragged every time, which is something little children might do.
#21 Pom-A-Nauze (Pomeranian / Miniature Schnauzer)
The Pom-A-Nauze is an adorable hybrid who turns out to have parents who are both from Germany; his parents are the Miniature Schnauzer and the Pomeranian.
Other than his parents being from the same place, it also turns out that they were even both bred for hunting, which is another interesting fact.
As much as they do share these characteristics, they still vary in appearance to an extent, so the Pom-A-Nauze would just have to take after one of them.
Due to the fact that he has that hunting blood and instinct in him, he is bound to wander off if not watched closely or put on a leash when outside. He also does get barky around strangers but stops when he perceives that everything’s ok.
#22 Peek-A-Pom (Pomeranian / Pekingese)
The Peek-A-Pom, which is a hybrid of the Pekingese and the Pomeranian is a simple doggie that’s known for its constant calm, friendly and jovial nature.
Such nature just means that this doggie is one who’s very social and is ready to make new friends at any time.
It could be a fellow dog, another pet, or even a stranger. He’s so friendly that he’s ready to play all day with anyone he gets access to.
Most times, he does prefer playing with little children but he would have to be supervised if he’s left to play with them because of how fragile and little he is.
You would expect such lively nature to be followed by a highly energetic nature that would attract rigorous daily exercises, but he’s just a little bit energetic, which means getting to run and play around the house would do just fine.
#23 Pomapoo (Pomeranian / Poodle)
When the Poodle and the Pomeranian are crossed, we get this cute mix here; the Pomapoo. The Pomapoo is another hybrid who’s also known to be very accepting of everyone who crosses its part, and also, specifically children.
As much as he really loves children, he’s still always ready to cling to his owners wherever they go, even if they’re adults.
He’s very fun and playful, and if you are aware that the Poodle is a breed that loves the water, then you shouldn’t be surprised if he’s always eager to go to the beach or get in the pool.
Whether it’s taking him to the beach or for a walk, as much as you’re spending quality time with him, he’ll be happy.
#24 Schip-A-Pom (Pomeranian / Schiperkke)
The next adorable soul on our list is the Schip-A-Pom. He is the result of crossing two interesting doggies which are the Schiperkke and the Pomeranian.
Our buddy here is known to be very sharp and alert, which means he wouldn’t just stand and watch a stranger or unknown person pass by him without barking.
Sometimes, his barking could even get really loud and disturbing, and that’s something you would definitely need to control with proper training.
He loves being active and is always ever-ready to go for a walk or even play fetch all day. But be careful, you would have to put him on a leash when outside to prevent him from running after something if he gets that instantaneous energy burst.
#25 Yoranian (Pomeranian / Yorkshire Terrier)
The truth is, even if this doggie tries being tough to an extent, maybe if he gets angry or wary, he would only get even cuter.
That little, cute face and stature is just too adorable! The Yoranian is a small, toy-sized hybrid of the England-bred Yorkshire Terrier and the Pomeranian.
Because the Yorkshire Terrier was bred in England, one might say it was just bred to be a companion to royalty, but it was actually bred for hunting activities.
The Yoranian inherits this instinct from the Yorkshire Terrier, so he is definitely a doggie who would be pushed to chase around smaller animals sometimes.
He’s also known to get barky and really cautious around strangers, but as I said earlier, this just brings out his cuteness even more.
#26 Pom-Shi (Pomeranian / Shiba Inu)
Which dogs come to your mind with the name “Pom-Shi”? That’s right; the Pomeranian and the Japanese Shiba Inu. These two dogs were crossed to form this charming, little doggy who has that Husky-like look which is kinda daring.
Don’t mind the serious looks though; this boy is one who’s very playful and is ready to play all day long with his family. But, he is also very intelligent, energetic, and kinda stubborn too.
This just means that you should get prepared to deal with a little disobedience during training, and you should also get ready to provide him with activities that wouldn’t make him feel bored.
But don’t worry; with time, you’ll get used to it and enjoy the fun and lively nature of this amazing companion.
#27 Cavapom (Pomeranian / Cavalier King Charles Spaniel)
It’s obvious. Royalty is just written all over this doggie due to his beauty and reserved look. But the truth is, he isn’t as reserved as he looks though. He’s a mix of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and the Pomeranian.
He doesn’t care about his royal origin and doesn’t behave reserved though. He’s always lively and ready to play and jump around until he gets tired.
He’s a very interesting and lovable mix, but if you don’t want to see the destructive side of him, you should endeavor to meet up with his activity requirements so he never feels bored.
Taking him on a walk is even better for him, but just keep a close eye on him because he actually has the hunting instincts of the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.
#28 Pom Terrier (Pomeranian / Toy Fox Terrier)
Here’s a mix who combines the ever-curious and intelligent nature of the Toy Fox Terrier and the sweetness of the Pomeranian, the Pom Terrier.
The Toy Fox terrier, just like its name implies, was actually bred for hunting foxes and other vermins, and that’s because of how agile and intelligent it proved to be.
This agile and intelligent nature has also been passed down to the Pom Terrier, which means you actually have much of a curious and eager doggie on your hands who needs to be supervised at all times.
And of course, with such curious nature also comes a little bit of stubbornness, which means you need to be someone who knows how to exercise enough patience.
Just do that and show enough love and affection, and you’ll get nothing but the best out of this cutie.
#29 Cockeranian (Pomeranian / Cocker Spaniel)
The Cockeranian is another adorable mix who’s gotten from crossing the woodcock hunting expert, the Cocker Spaniel and the Pomeranian.
The Pomeranian is known to be a calm and very friendly dog, but that’s not the same with the Cocker Spaniel who’s known to get aggressive to an extent because of his hunting instincts.
This means that our Cockeranian buddy could actually be a handful to control sometimes and could also get independent and perhaps, repulsive to strangers and pets alike.
But just like other dogs, consistent training would do the trick to calm him down and control him too.
The best thing is the fact that he loves his family very much and is always ready to protect them at all costs and always wants to spend time with them.
#30 Pomsky (Pomeranian / Siberian Husky)
Just as you guessed, this fluffy ball of cuteness is a hybrid of the Pomeranian and the Siberian Husky. The Siberian Husky is a workaholic dog who was bred in Siberia majorly for transportation.
But as much as the Siberian Husky originated in Siberia, the Pomsky actually originated in the US and is also one of the most popular dogs there.
This cutie actually inherited the active and energetic nature of the Husky, but he’s also known to get stubborn and a little bit aggressive.
Due to this, he might not be so suitable for a home with children or other pets too, but if you can train and expose him from a young age, he should do just fine with them.
He might get aggressive, but that doesn’t make him a monster; he has a strong attraction towards his family and is always ready to play around with them for as long as possible.
#31 Black Mouth Pom Cur (Pomeranian / Black Mouth Cur)
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Just as his name implies, this cute doggie is one who has an obvious physical feature which is the black coloring around his mouth. This doggie here is one who’s very loyal and friendly.
But bear in mind that since the Black Mouth Cur is one of his parents which is regarded as one of the best hunter dogs, he might not be the best option if you have smaller pets or, perhaps, little children due to his hunting instincts.
As much as he possesses very good hunting instincts which might make him a toughie in that aspect, he’s great as a family dog also.
My Final Thoughts on Pomeranian Mixes
That’s all on our compilation of the Pomeranian mixes. Most of these doggies have related attitudes and temperaments, while some of them are different to an extent, but if there’s one thing they all have in common, it’s being super adorable and interesting to be with.
Some of them even have names which actually sound kinda funny and weird too, just like the Weeranian and the Ewokian, but, honestly, those names are pretty catchy.