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Milo, the Pomsky (Pomeranian/Husky Mix), (part 6, she said)

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“Milo has also made us more of a family.

We take walks together, look for dog parks together and have become social with other dog owners.

All in all, Milo has expanded our world.”

Milo, the Pomsky (Pomeranian/Husky Mix), (part 5, she said)

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“initially, having Milo was difficult on our relationship because we had a tough time dividing the responsibilities.

We weren’t sure about who walked him or cleaned up his accidents more, but now being responsible for Milo has ultimately brought us together.

We have learned to work as a team.”

We divided the walks evenly and are on the same page about training him.”

 

Milo, the Pomsky (Pomeranian/Husky Mix), (part 4, she said)

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“Since having Milo, I have been working and attending school at the same time and I was overwhelmed.

I began to cry, and Milo just knew that I needed comforting and lay down beside me.

Hie is usually closer with my boyfriend, but on this day he stayed by my side for several hours.

We fell asleep together and when I woke up, he was still by my side.”

Milo, the Pomsky (Pomeranian/Husky Mix) (Part 2, She Said)

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“I started googling Pomsky’s for sale everywhere.

I looked up the personality for both Pomeranian and Husky and their descriptions matched what we were looking for.

They are very smart, active, physically appealing and social with other animals, including cats (which we do have).

We had limited options because they are relatively a new mix of breeds.

There were breeders in NY.”

 

Milo, the Pomsky (Pomeranian/Husky Mix) (Part 1, She Said)

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“Milo is my first dog.

I live with my boyfriend, and living in the city we don’t have a lot of space because

we live in a small apartment.

We wanted a dog that resembled a wolf or a Husky.

A Husky was too big for us but we came across the Pomsky, which is a Pomeranian mated with a Husky.

I did a lot of research and came across an article about the Pomsky.

I loved that they look like mini Husky’s.”