GALLERY

 
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Daisy is living her forever best life with us.

“All-weather Sassy Pants Club.” The brown-Domino puppy is Daisy (the nest name was Daisy) living in Edmonton, the red puppy is Harley (nest name was Bud) living in Newfoundland, the grey puppy is Kai (the nest name was Peep) living in Vancouver, the black-white splash-coat pup is Manna (the nest name was Lily) living in Calgary.

Puppies are 2 years old now; perfect sizes-18 lbs (grey) and 23 lbs (red one) and right-built; absolutely healthy; wooly; stunning; sweet-tempered and obedient, off-leash in safe places Pomskies, living in Calgary and Vancouver. The red pup is Myra (the nest name was Red Queen), and the grey one is Kleo (the nest name was Risya).

Ralphy (the nest name was Santa) is walking in the airport area just before getting the flight to Toronto to meet his forever family. Ralphy is 1.5 years old, 22 lbs, happy and beautiful Pomsky, living his best life in the great pack in Toronto.

“My flight is cancelled, and I can stay one more day to play with my sister.” Ralphy’s (the nest name was Santa) flight was cancelled not once during COVID time before he has met his amazing family in Toronto. His sister Ruby (the nest name was Noelle) was born extremely tiny, and I rejected any outside our city offers for her safety reasons to travel. I kept her until we found the best ever local family for her in Edmonton.

The grey pup is Kai (the nest name was Peep), 2 years old, 22 lbs., living his best life in Vancouver.

“Snuggly Kissy Kissertons”. The black/white puppy is Manna (the nest name was Lily), 2 years old, 18 lbs, living her best life in Calgary. Her mom said that Manna brings “so much joy, happiness and love.”

Manna is kissing our keeper Daisy (brown domino girl). The sleeping girl with a snake-mark is Jameson (the nest name was April), 18 lbs, 2 years old, living her great life in the wonderful Vancouver’s pack. You may see her in the previous video also (the grey sleeping pup with a snake-mark on her neck). Her mom said, “Everyone needs Jameson in their lives!” But her grandmom said “…in fact, there can never be enough Jameson in our lives.”

The pictured puppy is Bandit, 1.5 years (the nest name was Comet), living his best life in Edson. His owner says: “Our bandit was to vet Tuesday. His weight 23 lbs. Healthy. Handsome. And a love bug. Stealing hearts as he goes.”

The brown-Domino puppy is Daisy living in Edmonton, the red puppy is Harley (nest name was Bud) living in Newfoundland, the grey puppy is Kai (the nest name was Peep) living in Vancouver, the grey pup with a snake-mark is Jameson (the nest name was April) living in Vancouver, the black-white splash-coat pup is Manna (the nest name was Lily) living in Calgary, and her bother black-white is Rocky (the nest name was Sunny) living in Edmonton.

The black/white puppy is Yeti (the nest name was North), 1.5 years old, 18 Lbs, living his best life in Vancouver.

FAQ: Can Pomskies change their colours? The answer is “yes”. Watch both videos below of Kai (from previous Ava x Drogo litter) from his first days to adult. The silver-grey Pomsky is Kai. His colour changed to silver-grey/white. Video credit to @kai.bear.pomsky

 

More assorted photos and videos of our dogs and puppies:

Pomsky / Mini Husky
Song of Blue Eyes
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