Looking for a pomsky for less?
Pomsky puppies are in high demand (for obvious reasons) and there are only 1-2 breeders per state on overage. Simple laws of supply and demand drive up the price. All reputable breeders will have a waiting list due to the market demand. We encourage you to do your research if you believe you have found a deal that is too good to be true. Here are some things to consider:
How to Spot Pomsky Scams
Pomsky puppies are in high demand, are not cheap and it is very common to have them shipped. These factors make the breed a favorite of scammers. Here are a few things to consider when selecting a Pomsky Breeder to avoid being scammed:
Is the breeder registered with The Pomsky Owners Association: POA or International Pomsky Association? These associations vet breeders. There is only one reason for a breeder not to be registered and that is if they have something to hide.
Does it seem to good to be true? Are the pictures the best looking and is the price under $1,500?
If you do a reverse search on the dog's picture do you find that it has been stolen from elsewhere on the internet?
Does the breeder provide their address online? How about the phone number? Have you spoken directly with them? Do they discourage in-person pick-up?
Does the breeder's Facebook page have a history that appears to be legit? instance a reasonable number of puppy pics for their time in business?