Pomeagle

Canis lupus

Last updated: April 21, 2021
Verified by: AZ Animals Staff

Pomeagles are sweet and fun dogs that like to spend time exploring their environment.



Pomeagle Scientific Classification

Kingdom
Animalia
Phylum
Chordata
Class
Mammalia
Order
Carnivora
Family
Canidae
Genus
Canis
Scientific Name
Canis lupus

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Pomeagle Conservation Status

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Pomeagle Facts

Fun Fact
Pomeagles are sweet and fun dogs that like to spend time exploring their environment.
Temperament
Playful and intelligent
Diet
Omnivore

Pomeagle Physical Characteristics

Color
  • Brown
  • Black
  • White
Skin Type
Hair
Lifespan
12-15 years
Weight
25 lbs

Pomeagle as a Pet:

General Health
Energy Level
Shedability
Trainability
Intelligence
Tendency to Chew
Size
Family and kid friendliness
Yappiness / Barking
Moderate
Seperation Anxiety
High
Preferred Temperature
Average climate
Exercise Needs
Moderate
Friendly With Other Dogs
Moderate
Pure bred cost to own
$800
Dog group
Toy
Male weight
7-25 lbs
Female weight
5-20 lbs

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Pomeagle close-up from the side
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Pomeagle dog paying with his dog jacket
Pomeagle in between the plants in the garden
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Pomeranians are some of the most classic Victorian lapdogs, while Beagles are often accepted as one of the most attractive hunting breeds. When combined, the Pomeagle is one of the most unique crossbreeds on the market

With fluffy hair, adventurous personalities, and plenty of energy for an entire day of activities, the Pomeagle is one of the most exciting new designer breeds on the market. These dogs love to run around the house and follow their owners to various locations. Although they have short attention spans, you can count on a Pomeagle to eagerly obey any commands it’s managed to learn.

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Pomeagles are a hybrid species made by crossing a Pomeranian with a Beagle. These dogs are tiny but athletic and are a good choice for small families with an active lifestyle.

Owning a Pomeagle: 3 Pros and Cons

Small size: Pomeagles are playful dogs that are the perfect size to hang out in an apartment, office, or another small environment. These dogs love to walk around, so make sure to keep the floor area clean.Extra grooming: Most Pomeagles have long, fluffy hair that needs to be brushed regularly. Even if your Pomeagle takes after its beagle parent, you should still take them in for frequent grooming. These dogs are far from hypoallergenic, so get ready to clean up extra dog hair.
Alert senses: Pomeagles have sharp ears and keen minds, making them a great choice for an in-house watchdog. Your Pomeagle will always tell you when a stranger is in your presence.Escape artist: Pomeagles are small, energetic, adventurous, and enthusiastic. This combination of traits leads to a tendency to run out the door, so make sure to keep an eye on your pup.
Alert senses: Pomeagles have sharp ears and keen minds, making them a great choice for an in-house watchdog. Your Pomeagle will always tell you when a stranger is in your presence.Hard to train: Pomeagles have short attention spans, which makes it hard for them to complete training sessions. Work on one command at a time, and always end on a good note before your dog starts getting bored.
Pomeagle in between the plants in the garden
Pomeagle in between the plants in the garden

Pomeagle Size and Weight

Pomeagles are smallish dogs with golden fur and smiling faces. Most designer dog breeds are varied, and Pomeagles are no exception. Full-grown Pomeagles are slightly larger and more athletic than their Pomeranian parents. The average full-grown Pomeagle weighs between 10 and 20 pounds, although both larger and smaller Pomeagles have been known to exist. Expect your Pomeagle to stand at about 7-12 inches at the shoulder.

Height (male)7-12 inches
Height (female)6-11 inches
Weight (male)7-25 lbs
Weight (female)5-20 lbs

Pomeagle Common Health Issues

Mixed-breed dogs like Pomeagles typically have fewer health issues and longer lifespans than their parent breeds. Still, there are a few things your vet needs to look out for, ranging from minor concerns like eye problems and ear infections to more serious issues like joint dysplasia and patellar luxation. Once you get your new Pomeagle home from the breeder, make an appointment to have your vet check for:

  • Eye problems
  • Joint dysplasia
  • Patellar luxation
  • Ear infections
  • Thyroid issues

Pomeagle Temperament

These dogs are sweet and fun dogs that like to spend time exploring their environment. Expect to see adventurous and playful behavior traits from these dogs, especially when they are still puppies. Most Pomeagles care about their appearance, so they’re not interested in running around outside. However, these dogs are more energetic than their Pomeranian counterparts and will need plenty of room to roam around.

When you’re interacting with your Pomeagle, remember that they need plenty of attention in order to keep their separation anxiety down. Keep them by your side, lift them up onto the counter, and remember to take them out for plenty of walks. You should also consider buying plenty of dog toys in order to keep your Pomeagle occupied.

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How to Take Care of a Pomeagle

These are alert and intelligent dogs that will ask you for the care that they need. Listen to your dog when they get frustrated, and make sure that they get fed on a regular schedule to help maintain an even temperament.

Pomeagle Food and Diet

These are small dogs with small and sensitive stomachs. To keep your dog happy and healthy, feed them a high-quality kibble intended for small breed adults. Be sure to regulate the portions, as this breed is known for being prone to overeat and gain excess weight.

Pomeagle Maintenance and Grooming

These dogs have long, thick fur that needs to be brushed and trimmed on a regular basis. In general, brush your dog every day; bathe them once a week, and take them to the groomer once a month. Don’t forget to include nail trimming, tooth brushing, and ear inspections in your list of maintenance activities.

Pomeagle Training

These are loyal and obedient dogs, but they do tend to have short attention spans. To combat this, start working with your puppy as soon as you bring them home. Try holding short training sessions twice a day. Only focus on one or two commands at a time, and be sure to bring plenty of treats with you to ensure that your dog is interested.

Pomeagle Exercise

These are energetic dogs that actually need quite a bit of exercise. Take your dog outside for at least two separate walks every day. In addition, you should also try to keep plenty of open floor space available so that your dog has plenty of room to run around.

One of the best ways to keep high-energy dogs like Pomeagles from engaging in destructive behaviors is to keep plenty of dog toys around. Ropes are a great choice for chewing and impromptu games of tug-of-war.

Pomeagle Puppies

Puppies are small and adventurous, which makes them a bit difficult to take care of. Before you bring your puppy home, make sure to clear off the floor so that they don’t have cords they can chew or furniture that they can trip on.

Remember to start working with your puppy to help their training move along more quickly. Pay attention to their personality, and help curate good experiences so that they associate commands with positive memories.

Friendly Pomeagle puppy sitting on a chair
Friendly Pomeagle puppy sitting on a chair

Pomeagles and Children

Pomeagles are small, energetic, intelligent, and self-centered dogs. Although having one of these dogs around the house can really lighten the mood, these dogs are not a suitable choice as companions for children – especially if they are young and inexperienced around dogs. Keep a close eye on your dog, and consider putting them away for large social gatherings.

Dogs Similar to Pomeagles

These are small dogs with fine coats and adventurous attitudes. If you’re looking for something similar, try adopting either a purebred Pomeranian or a related designer hybrid.

  • Pomeranian – The original Victorian lapdog, the Pomeranian has soft hair and a winning personality.
  • Pomapoo – With fluffy hair and an intelligent personality, the Pomapoo is a great choice for Pomeranian fans.
  • Boglen Terrier – Boglen terriers are playful, loyal, and active pets that love to be a part of the family.

Popular names for these dogs include:

  • Benny
  • Jerry
  • Millie
  • Charlie
  • Dasher
  • Vixen
  • Gabby
  • Snuffles
  • Tillie
  • Sherlock
  • Bourbon
  • Spuds

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Pomeagle FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) 

What is a Pomeagle?

The Pomeagle is a hybrid dog breed made by crossing a Pomeranian with a beagle. Although these dogs were once created as natural mixes, more recent iterations of the breed have been made that follow strict patterns. Pomeagles are small dogs with fluffy fur, floppy ears, and playful dispositions.

How much do Pomeagles cost to own?

The price of a purebred Pomeagle is about $800 to $1,000. This crossbreed comes from two other incredibly desirable breeds, which means that puppies may be slightly harder to find. As a result, the price may be higher than expected, especially if you have to order yours from out of state.

Are Pomeagles good with kids?

Pomeagles are playful and active dogs. However, due to their small size and short attention span, they actually have a hard time getting along comfortably with small children. Keep your Pomeagle out of large social situations, and don’t leave them unsupervised unless they are in their kennel.

How long do Pomeagles live?

Pomeagles have a lifespan of about 10-13 years. This lifespan can be extended by taking your dog for walks, feeding them healthy food, and going to the vet on a regular basis.

How big is a Pomeagle?

A full-grown Pomeagle can weigh anywhere from 5 to 25 pounds. The size of this crossbreed will depend on which of the genetic parents your puppy takes after. In general, the price of the puppy will be higher if the features are more reminiscent of the Pomeranian species.

Are Pomeagles good family dogs?

Pomeagles are great dogs for families with older children or young adults. Although they are not hypoallergenic, these dogs only shed a moderate amount and can be kept tidy with daily brushing. Pomeagles are small and love to follow their owners in different situations.

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